International Day of Peace Vigil 2018

Humanity is at a time where there is an unprecedented need to leverage
the spiritual powers of all traditions to awaken us to our highest possible
expressions. It also is the first time in history where our technology
allows us to coordinate large scale prayer and meditation efforts.

- Philip Hellmich

International Day of Peace ~ September 21 Vigil ~ Ways to Participate

Every year participates in the global Vigil for each participant to intone The Great Invocation at the beginning and end of 15-minute meditation periods over a 24-hour period.

Choose one 15-minute time slot or more.
No need to worry about Time Zone conversion.

Spend your specific 15-minute period(s) in prayer or meditation for a culture of Peace and Goodwill ~ beginning and ending the period with the sounding of The Great Invocation. is registered for 2 meditation slots during this Vigil ~

Thursday, Sept. 20 ~ 9 to 9:15pm
Friday, Sept. 21 ~ 9 to 9:15pm

There are many different meditation events going on globally during this time.

Mark your calendars.
Tell a friend.
See you on the inner planes!

Harmony Through Synthesis and Joy

With this year’s observation of the International Day of Peace, there is topportunity for us, as light workers, to fulfill our responsibility and assist in the manifestation of Humanity’s Divine Destiny.

Contemplating the following passage may provide insight toward recognition of our purpose on this day ~

We stand today on the verge of great things. Humanity is on our way with renewed impetus.  We stand no longer at the crossroads, for irrevocable decisions have been made, moving forward along a path which will lead eventually into light and peace. We will find our way to "the peace which passeth understanding" because there will be a peace which is independent of outer conditions and which is not based upon what present humanity defines as peace. The peace which lies ahead is the peace of serenity and of joy ~ a serenity, based upon spiritual understanding ~ and a serenity not as an astral condition but a soul reaction. These qualities are not achieved as the result of disciplining the emotional nature, but demonstrate as a natural, automatic realignment. These two qualities of the soul ~ serenity and joy ~ are the indications that the soul, the ego, the One Who stands alone, is controlling or dominating the personality, circumstance, and all environing conditions of life. (1)

As we dedicate ourselves to this achievement, these excerpts provide inspiraion for our direction ~

Are you strong enough to see the world's woe, to see disaster and yet keep joyful? Can you be a partner in the work of furthering evolution and see the necessity for trouble and for discipline and yet not move to stem the tide of sorrow? (2)

The capacity to stand alone, to assume responsibility, and then to carry all through single-handed, and to brave evil for the sake of the good achieved is the mark of a light worker. Be prepared then for loneliness, for unknown dangers, and expect to see your life spent for no reward that touches the personal self. It is only as the consciousness expands and one finds one's true position in the cosmic whole that the reward becomes apparent. Some good gained for the One Life, some law explained and demonstrated in the life of every day, may be the only reward. Let your eyes therefore look straight on. Turn not to the right hand nor to the left. The path leads upward and on to greater rapidity of vibration and to greater sensitiveness. Seek the point of balance in your work and keep that balance, for the years ahead hold much pressure, much suffering, and much work. (3)

Path to Peace

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(1) Alice A. Bailey, Esoteric Psychology II, p. 200 (adapted)
(2) Alice A. Bailey, A Treatise on White Magic, p. 350 (adapted)
(3) Alice A. Bailey, A Treatise on White Magic, p. 348-349 (adapted)