World Meditation Day 2020 #Mayday (May 21st)
World Meditation Day 2020 to raise the frequency of the planet. Let’s all welcome the New Earth in our hearts!
This session will be live on YouTube on Thursday, May 21st at 7 pm in London (11 am in L.A., 2 pm in NYC, 9 pm in Tel Aviv, 11 pm in New Delhi, 3 am in Tokyo).
Please feel free to share this newsletter and information with your family and friends, by email and/or on social networks. The more people will attend, the more powerful this collective meditation will be.
Let’s embrace energies of the Earth in our hearts and manifest this new paradigm altogether.
As Gandhi said : “Be the change you wish to see in the world”. That means that if we change our own vibration, we’re going to change our perception of reality and therefore we’re going to see it manifest in the physical world.
Today, we’re observing that out of the “chaos”, something is emerging, a new vibration, a new energy. People are forced to look inside instead of outside. LOVE is overtaking FEAR. This new paradigm that’s emerging can be referred to as the “New Earth”.
So the intentions for this guided meditation are to:
– Embrace the energies of the New Earth in our hearts. Be love, be peace in your heart and it’ll manifest in the reality that you experience.
– Connect to everybody with the same intention as ours, whether they do this meditation live or later, whether this is another meditation style etc. We’ll connect to people with the same intention which is to raise the frequency of the Collective. The intention of thousands/millions of people connected together will amplify our own individual intention and speed up the shift into the new paradigm.
Remember that our spirit exists beyond space and time. At a quantum level, there’s only one Eternal Present. Past, present and future co-exist at the same time. So if our intention is to connect with people with the same intention, same vibration as ours, we’ll instantaneously be connected altogether, whether you do this meditation live or later.
Meditation on Scripture for Ascension Day
(Romans 8:34, Ephesians 1:19–20, Colossians 3:1, Philippians 2:9–11, 1 Timothy 3:16, and 1 Peter 3:21–22) also refer to an ascension, seeming, like Luke-Acts and John, to equate it with the post-resurrection “exaltation” of Jesus to the right hand of God.