A message from Global Peace Meditation✨
The last few months have been very hectic as the worldwide crisis seems to be escalating due to the social, economic, and various other factors. It is our divine mission and role as Lightworkers to do whatever is in our power to help protect and maintain the harmonious energies on our planet and prevent any further thickening and undesired outcome for the humanity.
This way we will provide enough positive feminine energy on the surface of our planet to enable peace and harmony in all the regions of the world that need this healing the most at the moment. Violet Flame is used at the beginning to purify our inner beings, so that our mind, body, and spirit are fully engaged in the meditation.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR MEDITATION
1. Use your own technique to bring you to a relaxed state of consciousness
2. State your intent to bring peace and healing to the situations in the Middle East and Ukraine.
3. Invoke the Violet Flame from its primary source to place a circle of protection around you during and after the meditation. Ask it to transmute anything that does not serve the Light.
4. Visualize a pillar of pink Light, emanating from the Galactic Central Sun and then descending down through your body and deep into the center of the Earth.
5. Visualize this Light flowing through your heart and then through your hands directly to everybody involved in the Middle East and Ukrainian conflicts, harmonizing everyone and bringing peace. Let the pink Light then flow onwards, healing all other conflicts worldwide.
6. Ask the Goddess presence (the divine feminine) to direct energies of peace and harmony to all unresolved situations regarding the Middle East and Ukrainian conflicts and everyone involved in it. Let these energies then flow onwards and heal all other conflicts worldwide. Allow these energies to continue to flow through your heart and then through your hands into these situations for a few minutes.
GUIDED AUDIO MEDITATION:
LET THE WHOLE WORLD IMAGINE A BEAUTIFUL AND PEACEFUL FUTURE!
Victory of Light! ✨✨
History of World Meditation Day
The History of World Meditation Day can be traced through the History of Meditation itself. Meditation has been an integral part of many religions and was first found spoken of in written form in about 1500 BCE in India.
It plays a prominent role in many religions throughout the world, especially Buddhism and other Eastern faiths, but is also practised by those who are neither spiritual nor religious as a way of easing stress and clearing their mind.
In today’s world meditation is vital regardless of whether you’re a spiritual person or not, the frantic hustle and bustle of daily activity prevent many of us from ever having a moment’s peace.
The benefits of meditation
While extremist religious groups have sometimes villainized meditation, it has in fact been scientifically proven to have positive mental and physical effects when practiced regularly. Some of the key benefits of meditation include:
- Helping with anxiety
Across the world, anxiety remains one of the leading mental health conditions. Although in severe cases doctors may prescribe medication to help people with their anxiety, they often tend to try a more holistic approach first. Meditation is one of the most common holistic ways to treat the symptoms of anxiety, helping individuals to slow their heart rate, control harmful thoughts and prevent anxiety episodes.
- Reducing stress
There’s no doubt that the world we live in can be stressful. Although stress is a completely normal bodily response, we shouldn’t be feeling stressed regularly as constant stress can cause serious problems in the body. Meditation is a great way to take time out from the busy world and to focus inwardly on yourself. The breathing exercises conducted while meditating can reduce blood pressure and lower stress levels, calming the mind and giving the body time to recover from periods of prolonged stress.
- Reducing distractions
The human brain has more things than ever to keep up with and these combined with the internet and our access to smartphones means that many of us struggle with concentration. Practicing meditation and mindfulness encourages you to think about the present, to live in the current moment and to dismiss distractions, helping you to remain focused when you need to be and to improve your overall productivity.
How to meditate
One of the great things about meditation is that anyone can do it, and they can do it from anywhere. Whether you’re seated, standing, lying in bed or sitting in the bath, simply close your eyes, focus on taking deep breaths in and out and allow your mind to empty of thoughts. If thoughts pop up, simply acknowledge them and wave them on their way. Continue to breathe deeply and use your breathing to deepen your inner sense of calm, until you are ready to open your eyes and continue with your day.
How to celebrate World Meditation Day
Celebrating World Meditation Day is best done by setting some time aside for yourself to clear your mind and relax. How meditation looks can vary broadly from person to person, with some preferring physical activity accompanying their practice (often Yoga or other exercise-oriented activities) while others prefer to sit and take their ease.
For your own World Meditation Day celebration, find a place where you feel at ease and relaxed, whether that’s in the bath, at the gym, or even overlooking a natural environment like the ocean or forest. Then simply put yourself in a comfortable position, close your eyes, breathing steadily, and let all thoughts wander clear from your mind. If you’ve never tried to meditate before then it can be difficult to clear wandering thoughts from your mind and you may benefit from trying a guided meditation tutorial in which an experienced individual will gently talk you through the process.
Whichever way you choose to celebrate World Meditation Day, just remember that Meditation is most beneficial when practised regularly, so why not set yourself a reminder to meditate once a day, every day for the rest of the week and see how you feel.
Flower of Life meditation is a great meditation for combining your daily meditation practice with helping planet Earth to become a more harmonic and peaceful place.
When doing this together with other people at the same time, the effect on humanity and all other living beings can be enhanced.
What is the benefit of doing Flower of Life Mass Meditation?
Studies have shown that mass meditation can transform the collective energy of our surroundings. A study shows that a group of 7000 individuals meditating for peace over 3 weeks can reduce global crime rates, violence, and casualties during the times of their meditation by an average of 16%. Suicide rates and automobile accidents also were reduced with all variables accounted for. Also, there was a 72% reduction in terrorist activity during the times at which this group was meditating.
This is known as the “Maharishi Effect”. Almost 50 studies have been done further confirming the benefits of mass meditation.
Therefore, by doing the Flower of Life meditation together with other people around the Earth together at the same time, we would create a laser-like focus which in turn influences the planetary quantum field. This would harmonize the energy of Earth greatly.
You might like to try this meditation for Planetary Healing
Approximately 15 mins in duration.
We hope you enjoy these meditations.