Monday, December 31, 2007

Global Mind-Link each December 31st.

At noon Greenwich time, December 31, 1986, men, women, and children around the world gather to participate in the most comprehensive prayer activity in the history-- a planetary affirmation of peace, and love, forgiveness and understanding involving millions of people in a simultaneous global mind link. the purpose: to reverse the polarity of the negative force field in the race of mind, achieve a critical mass of spiritual consciousness, and usher in a new era of Peace on Earth.

It was called World Healing Day, the World Instant of Cooperation, World Peace Day-- a moment of Oneness to dissolve the sense of separation and return human kind to Godkind. Whatever the term or label, it was the New Beginning in restoring this world to sanity.

The majority of individuals and organizations participating were operating under the umbrella of the Planetary Commission, a world wide non-denominational, non-political movement functioning as an extension of The Quartus Foundation. It was a grass roots cooperative effort to unite people in a common bond of love and bringing our planet back into balance.

The first formal announcement of the Commission was made on January 1, 1984, designating December 31, 1986 as World healing Day. Noon Greenwich time was selected as the time for the healing meditation as it would encompass all time zones during that 24-hour period.

Word quickly spread, and when that moment in time arrived on December 31, 1986, the mind-link totaled more than 500-million people representing all religious faiths on seven continents, in more than seventy countries, and in every state in the U.S. Over 500 spiritual and peace-related organizations around the world participated.

Read more about World Healing Day...

Noon Greenwich time is 4am here. Yup, that's 4 o'clock in the morning. At my Spiritual Centre, the Okanagan Centre for Positive Living (OKCPL), we have a prayer/meditation from 4 to 5 am, then whoever cares to goes out as a group to breakfast, then home to sleep. I admit it is a challenge to get up early enough to go meditate for peace, and I have often stayed up all night to do it. I also assure you that it is well worth the effort to do this.

I have for many years gone to the OKCPL to do this meditation, and there have been years when I wasn't going to the OKCPL that I stayed home and meditated/prayed here during that hour. I think that this will be around the 16th time I've participated, and I intend to continue for as long as it takes. I invite you to join in with us... with the millions of people that come together in Universal Mind at that same time to pray and meditate on PEACE!

Read also my Manic Monday post about the Key to World Peace.

After the breakfast, I will come home and sleep for part of the day... then back to the OKCPL for an evening of games and fun with others. This will be the first New Years Eve in years that I've not sat home alone watching TV and reading a book.


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