Our cyber-space group meditation is a brilliant spot of bliss in my day.
It’s a noon meditation for the planet.
We “gather” at noon (Arizona time) to spend 10 minutes relaxing together.
We tune into our sweet group energy.
We send divine love and light to Earth and all beings, including special intentions and healing requests.
This simple practice also nurtures us on a deep level.
It feels refreshing.
Some days, life gets in the way, and we can’t join in at noon.
But when we can “be there,” it feels delicious.
And because it has become a deeper practice in our hearts, we feel the harmony even when meditating alone at a different time of day.
But are we ever alone?
We’re never alone.
People all over the planet are meditating for Earth and for humanity.
Does this sort of thing actually make a difference?
Absolutely it does.
You can taste this vibration of love and light, and you do bring it stronger into the world.
Research in the past 30 years has demonstrated the power of group meditation, prayer, and intention.
In 1993, when 2500 meditators focused upon Washington DC at specific times of the day, intending peace, a 25% reduction in crime rate occurred during one month of meditation/prayer. The steady intentions of 2500 meditators lifted 1.5 million inhabitants.
In the 1980s a similar experiment (of 27 months) in the Israel-Lebanon war brought a 40% to 80% reduction of violence during group meditation/prayer. Larger numbers of meditators brought higher levels of peace (measured by intensity of conflicts, war-related injuries, and deaths).
(Of course we’ve had tons more research on these topics in the past 30 years – just google the studies done on meditation and prayer outcomes.)
In these troubled times, if you feel like you’re “not doing anything to help” – know that your love and compassion do make a difference.
You may be holding the vibe (good vibes) for your whole neighborhood.
You’re an important player on the planet and within your own circle.
All the world is vibration, and we each contribute to it.
We have the choice every moment to manage our energies, our moods, to “feed the field” in positive or negative ways.
This age is chaotic and bewildering, but we are not powerless.
We can contribute in a real way, even for a few minutes a day.
Our noon meditation has become a treasured habit for me and my circle.
Each time, we feel encouraged, refreshed, renewed.
I would love to know if you’re joining in – drop me a line if you like.
Or make it more convenient for your time zone and your schedule – start a local group.
We hold you in our hearts.
Group energy is strong.
We certainly do feel it.
Let us know if you feel it too.
See more about the Power of Intention – Lynne McTaggart
Diane Stallings RN does distance healing, EFT tapping, and/or Biofield Tuning on the phone, energy healing sessions, Chakra Balancing, and health coaching. She gives you practical ways to lift your wellbeing. Make an appointment in Phoenix or Fountain Hills.
(Thanks to Gerd Altmann on Pixabay for this image.)