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Praying for Rain – National Rain Day May 8th

May 4th, 2007 · 1 Comment

Calling all Australians! Let’s stand up and take action for rain…


I recently reviewed a book on Joyful, Jubilant Learning called Do Less, Achieve More by Chin-Ning Chu, and one of the things that struck me was her use of the parable of the rainmaker, who entered a tent and attuned himself to nature for days on end in order to bring rain to a drought-stricken town.

And now, here in our terribly drought-stricken country, someone is taking a stand and calling us all to stand together at 11am on May 8th to attract rain to our beautiful, dry land.

National Rain Day, spearheaded by John MacCallum, is calling all Australians to stand barefoot on the earth and go through a visualisation to attract rain. Full details, including the visualisation in either text or MP3 can be found at www.nationalrainday.com.

“The process is a prayer of attracting rain through raising collective

consciousness, as opposed to attracting the lack of rain by
acknowledging it. This is a powerful tool that
everyone can use to create positive change. Many successful
sportspeople and ancient races use visualisation.”

Mr McCallum said National Rain Day was there to create rain but rain
may not come on the day. “It’s all in the intention” he said. “We want
this country to return to a harmonious natural balance. If we do not
attract more rainfall, it will affect the quality and quantity of the
food we eat.”


I know what I will be doing 11am on Tuesday – will you join me?

Tags: Noticing Miracles

1 response so far ↓

  • 1 Verna Wilder // May 5, 2007 at 2:47 am

    If I do it from Colorado, USA, will we get rain here or can I direct it to Australia? I’m serious. I want to help. We had a beautiful storm last week, rain pounding on the roof and nourishing our gardens and filling our reservoirs. I wish you rain!

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