How would you and/or your spiritual community like to join others around the world in meditating and praying for peace? Most of us will agree that these interesting and challenging times certainly call us to prayer.
“If we find ourselves surrounded by confusion, we should meditate on peace until we feel a sense of peace.”
We all know both the power of consciousness and how that power can be multiplied when more of us join in that shift. The Centers for Spiritual Living is therefore pleased to announce the:
“Waves of Peace” Collective Meditation project.
This project is based on the truth that Peace is Now as part of our intrinsic Being. With many groups worldwide meditating to embody and amplify peace there truly will be consistent waves of peace in motion around the globe.
This project offers you guidance and materials to support you in starting a routine practice of peace meditation in your life and community. Commitment and consistence is what shall give this practice the great power to shift consciousness. This material builds on the work of Rev Margo Ruark. Very shortly, we will be offering those interested a brief training session to help you get started.
Although our vision is that many of our communities will use this as a group activity, this project is open to all who are interested. Interested individuals and communities are asked to send an email to Rev Beth Linguri at email@example.com
NOTE: We recognize that many CSL communities may already have a routine practice of hosting peace meditations. If you are one, we would like to hear about it. Please send us a note telling us what you are doing!
“Peace is within you now. The Peace that passeth all human comprehension is there. The Peace that is at the very heart of the Universe is there.” ~Ernest Holmes
This project is one activity of the Global Services Planetary Waves of Peace group, a part of our Centers for Spiritual Living Global Services Committee. This Peace Group coordinates and supports peace projects throughout Centers for Spiritual Living. In that capacity, we fully encourage you to support the United Nations International Day of Peace on September 21 as recently announced by Home Office.
For more information on this group and to find out how you can get involved,please contact Rev Mark Gilbert at firstname.lastname@example.org