(Further information to the Ring of Power.)
We are witnessing the increase of fascist energies around the world.
The whole world is in turmoil over the election of Trump as President. In Turkey, a dictatorship is spreading without comment from the international public. What will become of prisoners who are cruelly tortured because of a different worldview?
At the same time, one consequence of the political events of the past few weeks is that more and more people are experiencing an enormous increase in their unconditional desire for peace. We can see this in the example of the “Standing Rock” movement in USA. This is a non-violent uprising to prevent the construction of a pipeline on sacred sites that would lead to further natural disaster and water pollution. This demonstration continues to expand through political, spiritual and indigenous groups and is awakening a strong and non-violent commitment in countless people.
Please support the crowd-funding of Shannon Kring’s documentary about the indegenous women who are standing to protect their sacred land. END OF THE LINE: THE WOMEN OF STANDING ROCK
We ask all participants of the Ring of Power to use the morning meditation to envision and strengthen the picture of global peace. If we really see the image and intensify it within ourselves and in the world, we connect with a source of power that is beyond violence.
Dieter Duhm writes in his book “Terra Nova”:
“We can activate the information of peace with every small action. The new concept of global healing can be transformed in each moment into new concepts that guide each of our smallest decisions. The global revolution is connected with quietly revolutionizing our daily lives. Large-scale war is resolved through being recognized and overcome on the small scale. The political and the private are inextricably enmeshed here.”
We invite you to meditate on the following question throughout the next month:
Why and in what way can my actions have a global effect?
Sabine Lichtenfels has channelled a message on this topic. You can listen to it here: