12x12 True Mirror: Special Support for Hopi and Navajo Clean Water Concert
World Water Day March 22 Concert for Clean Water for Hopi and Navajo
Join us in protecting the Protectors of Mother Earth.
Watch the concert to help the Hopi and Navajo tribes on YouTube, with multiple chances to donate to bring clean water back to them with proper filtering of their tainted groundwater: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=neJbNJ2wREE
The Hopi & Navajo Tribe, live with reverence and respect for all things and have done so since inheriting the land from their ancestors. They view their land as sacred and treat it as such, but they have encountered a monumental problem:
Their water has been tainted with deadly chemicals. It is time for the world to band together and protect The Hopi & Navajo, who have been protecting planet Earth for hundreds of years.
$50 of your purchase of a True Mirror from this page will be donated to this cause.
$600 has been raised as of 4/23/22, Thank You!
This discount program was completed 4/23/22, if you wish to find out more and donate directly, please click the link bellow.
This 12x12 True Mirror® is our first mirror we created that has the optics just right. Simple idea - two mirrors at right angles, but incredibly tricky to make it exactly 90.0 degrees with a seamless join. The True Mirror does it beautifully, allowing you to see yourself clearly for the first time with left and right on the correct side! See our website to see more about how amazing this is.
For all of humanity, even back to the first time someone looked into a reflective pool, the only time we have made eye contact with ourselves its been backwards! It turns out that our eyes simply don't communicate the same way they do in real life.
This is a new tool, a new way to enhance your self-understanding: Learning about who you are, how you are and perhaps even why you are! Its important, especially when you realize that the everyday mirror has been altering that information ever since you first looked in mirrors, leading to a sense of self that is missing some of the best of you.
To reallylook at yourself in this mirror, on an average day, or at a time of great sorrow or great joy, can be a complete revelation. Looking at it every day, even meditating with it, can even become a catalyst for spiritual growth and radical self-acceptance. In fact, you may realize some highly critical self-judgments are only visible in the traditional mirror.