Cold clear "Water of Life", strong river-banks
Water-cleansing properties of Rudraksha are well-known from ancient times - scriptures contains complete various methods of it. Our research, powered by previous works about Rudraksha we learnt, shows, among the rest, the highest importance of the trees of Rudraksha for soil and streaming waters. In the waterfall areas of numerous remaining trees of Rudraksha there is water all year round, usually cold and clean |in a hottest days it is even colder|. While in the areas, where trees were previously cut down, picture right opposite - dry yellow fields with only coconut palms, as roots of the coconuts are too short to hold the deep water stream. Complete Rudraksha research of INTACH |Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage| discovering and exploring this connection, which is really "sacred", when you are IN THAT COLD WATER in a hot day. As a result, thousands of Rudrakshas planted this year in Himalayas at Northern India - to compensate the damage, which was done before. As Himalaya is a main root mountains area for all of us on this planet, soon we all can see the fruits of that beneficial act.
Rudraksha and river stream
Seed of Rudraksha is more heavy than water and sinking in it. When the water stream is strong, Rudraksha begins to bowl with the river, clinging on river-banks for further grow. Flying fruit foxes, eating the fruits of Rudraksha near the rivers, spreading the whole seeds |foxes can't open the seeds| under the high trees around, where some of them later grow too. Deers, monkeys and squirrels crack the Rudrakshas and leave the opened pieces at their own spots around the jungle, providing more ways for its natural planting.
Una Storia Divina
This happens at previous period of Fall Equinox. Celebrating this important time in a various ways, we created a 4-row pyramid in a beach cave at Thong Lang. At that time it was a dry place without any spring |unsalted| water. The reasons why we did it was in the unique energy of Thong Lang - this tiny stone bay - water here pleasantly roaring during every tide, turning all stones, shells and pieces of all-the-sea-has into the circle forms. As Rudra is "The One who Roars", and he is also the "One who falls Tears", which becames then Rudrakshas, we saw in that a sign, and 30 just-collected Rudrakshas were washed in waterfall and set-up in a cave. Also Thong Lang is a public bay, maybe the one and only on the island - one enlighted buddhist monk and visioner bought it with other auspicious lands to protect the authentic island's vegetation generation ago.
Big surprise awaited us when we visited the place some time later - drops of clear cold water falling from above, flowing out right from the rock of multi-colors, which looks so dry before. On that moment I gonna stop to wait for the photos. Clay water jug was established under the drops with possible ritualistic procedures and in a mood of the high respect to power, arranged such a miracle. We tested that water in a various teas and herbal tea recipes, boiling it, and by drinking it fresh - its very clean and probably has additional auspicious properties, coming through minerals in a rock formation.
Future riverbeds healing - plans after romance
Equipped with recent planting experience, especially after recent success of CocoPlant, we going to plant young Rudrakshas from sprouts and seeds in a various river banks here at the previous Rudraksha places, and also outside, at the areas, surrounded the island. Also we are in a contact with the people from expanding environmentally-conscious island community to get more stable results with a sprouts from seeds and to perform more massive planting activity. Later - gonna invite traveling community to join the planting campaign. The Tears of the God, once fallen, will bless the river banks on Earth again^