World Healing Day
World Peace is something many advocate for and rightfully so. Every day we see, read or hear news of something tragic happening in the world. Violence is commonplace, and it seems as if hope of peace is slipping away. If you're interested in finding a way to strive for world peace or to attempt to heal our scarred earth, try taking some time this New Year’s Eve to participate in World Healing Meditation Day at noon Greenwich time.
What began as a grassroots effort in 1986 has turned into a major event with millions participating. People of any religion are invited to participate in a prayer with hopes “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.”
The day falls on New Year’s Eve, perhaps to usher in a more peaceful and unified world. All that’s required to ensure participation is setting your clocks to Greenwich time (GMT). The observance is scheduled to begin at noon GMT, which is 7 a.m. EST. Participants have other options if meditation isn’t their forte. The Quartus Foundation has published a prayer individuals may read or listen to as their way to join forces with the world on this day.
Read more about World Healing Day.