The world is at a tipping point and it is waited toward love. The Meditation for world Peace can help tip the scales further in that direction.
Our mission is to help raise consciousness and manifest peace. We believe, as the results of the International Peace Project and other more recent studies have shown, that there is power in numbers and the more people we have embodying the vibration of peace, the more quickly we will see a shift in global consciousness. With this in mind we have created the Meditation for World Peace.
This guided meditation allows those who have never practiced meditation, and those who are experts, to partake in the movement to promote world peace by embodying and simultaneously sending out the vibration of peace and love.
We need people working for peace at all levels. The Meditation for World Peace allows those who do not have the time or the expertise to get involved at a peace summit level or to march on Washington, to help bring about a peaceful
If the studies are right and the mere vibration of love and peace can effect a change in global consciousness, we will leave this earth a more peaceful place
for our children and all future generations. The Oglala Sioux have a saying:
There can never be peace between nations until it is first known that true peace is within the souls of men.
The Meditation for World Peace is addressing the soul of humanity. There are 7 billion people in the world…there is a role for everyone. This grassroots movement can succeed only with your help, so please do your part by hosting a group Meditation for World Peace or by doing the
Meditation for World Peace on your own. In the New World everyone wins – it is no longer a zero-sum game.
If you are dubious that one person can make a difference in the world, consider the results of the International Peace Project in the Middle East, as presented
in The Divine Matrix by Gregg Braden.
“During the Israeli-Lebanese war of the early 1980’s, practitioners were trained in precise techniques of TM (Transcendental Meditation) to create peace in their bodies, rather than simply thinking about it in their minds or praying for it to occur.”
On specific days and at specific times these people were stationed in and amongst the high-tension areas of the Middle East to meditate on peace, creating it in their bodies. During these periods,
“…terrorist incidents, crimes against people, emergency room visits, and traffic accidents all declined…”
From this study scientists were able to calculate that
“the minimum number of people required to jump-start a change in consciousness is the square root of 1% of the population.”
This means that in a world of 7 billion people we need only 8,366 to make a shift. This may be why
“…so many wisdom traditions emphasize the importance of the individual to the whole.”
Your actions play an integral part in the manifestation of peace.
We all have the power to change the world, one thought, one word, one action at a time, and that time is now. As Mahatma Gandhi said,
You must be the change you want to see in the world.
May you be blessed with the peace that you experience as a result of taking part in the Meditation for World Peace.