Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.
~ Margaret Mead
At a time when there seems to be struggle, conflict and wars without end prevailing in our world, how can global meditations be helpful at all?
Meditation and the Collective Consciousness
The ancient Lemurians lived in a society that was focused on collective evolution. Meditation was a tool the Lemurians used to access the collective consciousness of all beings on the planet and to weave with the energy of Mother Earth herself. Our third-dimensional world exists in an energy of duality—yin/yang, good/bad, happy/sad, war/peace. Meditation assists us in finding an inner peace and balance that goes beyond the duality of our mundane world to create a higher frequency in our lives.
Like the Lemurians, we can use the power of uniting in meditation to create a higher frequency to weave with the collective consciousness surrounding our planet. At this higher vibrational reality, we come to a powerful space of harmony and balance that goes beyond the duality of yin and yang.
A Monthly Meditation for Mother Earth
Our Meditation for Mother Earth takes place three nights prior to the full moon each month—this coming month on November 22. We send our light from wherever we may be to the center of Diamond Head in Honolulu, Hawaii where we weave our lights together to activate the photon energy surrounding Mother Earth, creating a weave of collective consciousness that holds our planet in love, peace and balance.
For more information please visit the Meditation webpage where you can listen to the Lemurian meditation chant and download the meditation code. Enjoy previous meditation teleconference recordings, a sample meditation to guide you and read meditation shares from around the world.
Or simply settle into meditation on November 22 at 9pm wherever you may be in the world, as we come together to create a powerful weave of love and light around Mother Earth!
Aloha and mahalo for your participation,