Planet Healing


The Second Wednesday Initiative
   
 

Few people would deny that Zed's words on the state of our planet and the need for action have now come home to roost. Each and every one of us has to take action in whatever way we can if Earth is to heal and survive. World Awareness Trust invites concerned people from around the world to join together once a month to create a powerful stream of healing energy into the Earth itself and to all the life it supports. This is the plan:

 
   

When: on the Second Wednesday of each month.

Time: for a period somewhere between 7pm and 9pm local time.

PICTURE

How: sit quietly and relax physically and mentally. Close your eyes and imagine the Earth suspended before you. Put aside thoughts of anxiety, anger and expectation. Silently acknowledge that you are joining with many others in a great healing initiative. Open your heart and picture streams of golden energy flowing across and into the planet. Allow that energy to flow to wherever it is needed, whether it is to areas of drought or flood, famine and poverty, war and violence, endangered animals and plant life. Embrace the decision-makers of the world. Be aware that your thoughts of healing and love cannot fail to have an effect.

Duration: Your session will last as long as it lasts. There is no set time. The most important thing is to make the commitment to take part. It may be helpful to note the dates in your diary.

   
 

If you are unable to sit at the specific day or time then please do so as near to them as possible. Sitting alone is fine because you are still working with others, even though you cannot see them. However, sitting with one or more friends can also be a strong and uniting experience. The more people that take part, the more effective the healing will be. We therefore invite everyone to network this initiative.

World Awareness Trust will be pleased to receive your comments and experiences. (Email: info@www.worldawarenesstrust.org)

 
   
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