Japan, Impermanence, and Nuclear Energy

Conditions in Japan on the human and Nuclear front remind me why I was active in the “Nuclear Freeze” movement of the 1980’s. Information here…

Nuclear toxicity is not a party. As I find myself growling and holding my breath, I remind myself of the nature of impermanence…. embracing that which does not change, the ground of being, the source of life. It appears one must let go of resistance to be able to feel into this deeper truth and allow it to arrise.   May your yoga practice keep you connected to this truth, and may you educate yourself, and make your voice heard. Not a voice of fear and anger, but rather the voice of knowledge that leads to solutions.

Here are some links that will help you gain knowledge as well as give you opportunities to donate to a matching gift fundraiser for the Japanese Red Cross or the NIRS – Nuclear Information and Resource Service.

Spread the word – IF president Obama ends the Nuclear Freeze, Big Sandy Mush will be considered as a dump site. We could be in the same situation as Japan. Just say NO, but say it somewhere somehow and often.

For local educational events in April contact UNCA or Mary Olsen – maryo@nirs.org www.nirs.org   828-252-8409 cell 828-242-5621

From Infoholix health news; “There is no such thing as a safe level of radiation, and you don´t need any particular receptors or genes and it doesn´t have to run in your family either.

Read about what level causes what and a breakdown of radiation threat by country from Russia to USA here
http://infoholix.net/blog/2011/03/15/japan-radiation-and-your-health/

Yours in Truth and Light, Lillah

This post was written by Lillah on March 24, 2011
Posted Under: Uncategorized

Reader Comments

Thank you for your thoughts. I was an anti-nuclear activist in the 70’s and 80’s. Everything the movement warned about is happening in Northern Japan. Today it appears with the detection of plutonium that some meltdown has occurred in at least one of the reactors. My daily meditations are with the people of Japan who suffer not only from the earthquake and tsunami, but now a nuclear disaster which may surpass Chernobyl. Their homes, livelihoods, land and lives may be gone. Yes, things are impermanent.
It is disturbing that Obama and his energy secretary see nuclear energy as the future source of electrical power in the US. Can they really say it is a clean source of energy as they witness the release of radiation in our waters and land?
May we strive to convince the world to end nuclear power and bombs.

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Written By Jim Carson on March 29th, 2011 @ 10:49 pm

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