Goddess Hara Ke
Love, like a river, will cut a new path whenever it meets an obstacle.– Crystal Middlemas
Once Upon A Time
There was once a goddess of sweet water named Hara Ke. The loving goddess lived under the Niger river with her two fierce dragons, Godi and Goru. Under the raging river, she would care for souls as they wiped the slate clean to make room for rebirth.
As she provided a little TLC, the creepy crawlies began to stir under the fertile soil. And sprinkles of rain softly awoke the seeds. The sun then peaked through the marshmallow clouds, illuminating cheerful blooms. Until finally, the seasons made their complete shift at the Spring Equinox.
At that perfectly balanced moment in nature, Hara Ke emerged from her underwater home, bringing abundance to the earth and our lives.
Hara Ke Wisdom
Do you feel like you need a head to toe detox? Maybe you’ve been in a toxic relationship with a lover, colleague, friend or even your work. Or maybe your entire life feels out of alignment. Hara Ke is here to help.
Her divine advice: take a restorative salt bath to wash away the ickiness. While submerged in the crystalline waters, breathe deeply as you surrender to the ripples and waves. Then, rest, meditate, and repeat.
When you’re at a curious crossroads in your life, it’s important recalibrate your energies. With a pure and renewed mind, body and spirit, you have crystal clear clarity to make your next move.
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