World Healing Day

At noon Greenwich time, December 31, 1986, men, women, and children around the world gathered 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. (http://www.quartus.org/WorldHealingDay.html)

For many years I have meditated over midnight on New Year’s Eve. It’s felt like the right way to start a new year for me. This year, I will participate in World Healing Day at noon GMT (you can find a time zone converter here). This is a moment of oneness, where people of all faiths can come together in a common goal for peace on our plant. Wherever you are, you can know that others are linked with you in creating the world we wish to see.

If you aren’t sure where to start, you can create a vision of what you’d like to world to look like moving forward. Maybe you’re a visual person and can create the image in your mind. Or perhaps you will write out what it looks like either in point form of is descriptive language. However you choose to visualize it, at noon GMT tomorrow fix your mind on that thought and allow it to manifest. Others who are healers, will send healing out to the world. Whatever your method, setting the intention of peace and healing is key.

This is , of course, only a step in the direction of world peace, world healing. We all must remain responsible for keeping peace within our own hearts an minds everyday. We need to choose our actions and thoughts wisely and perform the small acts of kindness that will spread to those around us and ripple out. Consider the ways that you can make 2013 a healing year; A year of peace, of joy, of prosperity for all. A year of change in our world.

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About Reena Davis

I am a certified yoga teacher and a student of all things spiritual.
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9 Responses to World Healing Day

  1. I like the picture ‘small peble a thousand ripples, it is like the Hindu symble. Thanks for drawing my attention to World Healing Day.

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