Sacred Travel…Thingvallier, Exploring the Great Riff [part 4/salicrow goes to Iceland]

imageToday our merry troupe of Spiritual Adventures explored the Thingvellier National Park. Seeing how we are staying on the the glacial lake/Thingvellivatn that abuts the park it was a short jaunt through breath taking country side to get there.  Thingvellier is truly amazing.  Geologically speaking it is the place where the North American & European Tectonic Plates connect…or drift to be more accurate.  The plates are drifting at a rate of approximately 7mm per year.  Energetically speaking it is truly powerful…nothing like walking through separating Tectonic plates to connect you to the power of the earth.  The energy of this place has been used by the people of Iceland for over a 1000 years, in particularly as a place of Law & Democracy.

The Law Rock of Althing/1st Democratic Parliament of the World

The Law Rock of Althing/1st Democratic Parliament of the World

This was a big one for me on this trip.  I have been dreaming of the Lake and the Riff itself since I began planning this trip.  Today I was not disappointed….I brought two Crystals with me to Thingvellier and was given clear signs on where they were to go.  One went into the the cracks at the Law Rock.  I chucked the Crystal in when no one was looking & then laid down near it and did a bit of quiet Toning (Sacred Singing).  I would have been louder with my Toning, but the Law Rock was a very populated area of the park.

The second stone was placed in a less populated area, where I could do a bit more work.  It was a place that called to me personally and triggered more past life memories.

Kano

Crystal Grid work @ the Kano crevice in Thingvellier

Crystal Grid work @ the Kano crevice in Thingvellier

I was walking in the North end of the Riff when I saw Kano (Rune for Opening & expansion) in the rocks.  I stopped and did ceremony…tossing the Crystal deep into the crack, Toning, sprinkling Sacred Water (water I have collected from many holy spaces) & meditating.  I was aware that other tourist had stopped to take pictures of me working, but I was deeply connecting to the place and my own personal experiences there from past lives.

Thanks for following my adventures in Iceland, I apologize for the typos (I’m still typing on my keyboard and using my phone for a screen, LOL).  Here are a few pictures to help you see the beauty and power of this Magnificent spot.

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