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Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Something to do "after the world ends" - Birth 2012

Image from Mayan calendar
My friend Jim Palka sent me the following information about Birth 2012, a positive reaction to the "end of the world" on 12/21/12 that was supposedly foretold by an ancient Mayan calendar. In my  world, Birth 2012 would be called an "International Day of Prayer." I believe it's the same thing with a different name.

Here is the information:

There will be a global event called Birth 2012 this Saturday with perhaps 100 million people participating to change the consciousness of planet. And there will be something called the “global moment” that will take place at 2:00 pm U.S. central time. It's when everyone in the world who is participating will hold the vision of a new world, a new Earth, a more enlightened humanity.

Could this effort shift the consciousness of the planet? Does organized positive intention work? Does prayer work? Some of us think so.

If you are interested in "Birth 2012," and if you are interested in some names of people involved, here is more info:

Led by bestselling author Barbara Marx Hubbard and The Shift Network's Stephen Dinan, the movement features New York Times bestselling authors and thought leaders such as Deepak Chopra, Marianne Williamson, Neale Donald Walsch, don Miguel Ruiz, Jack Canfield, Joan Borysenko, and Lisa Nichols; spiritual leaders such as Michael Bernard Beckwit, Ram Dass, Jean Houston, Shiva Rea, Swami Chidananda Saraswati, Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev, Mayan elders, Oscar Miro-Quesada, and members of the International Council of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers; social change leaders such as Lynne Twist, Dot Maver, and James O'Dea; journalists such as Lynne McTaggart; academics such as Ervin Laszlo of Global Shift University and Ashok Gangadean of Haverford; and business leaders such as Rinaldo Brutoco of World Business Academy.
Millions more will connect via 12 waves of unity that will be staged every two hours leading up to the "birth moment" at noon Pacific on December 22. These will include synchronized meditations, prayers, songs, and practices worldwide, ranging from a Havdalah prayer from Jerusalem to One Billion Oms led from India to a world peace prayer ceremony from Mt. Fuji and a global Yoga Wave.
I'll be joining along in prayer. I can still see my Grandma Hoerig praying her rosaries all day long, sitting in an old green overstuffed chair. She did every day what we will try to do this coming Saturday.

PS There's some gremlin putting links into my blog that I did not intend. Please ignore them. Sorry!

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