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Partial Solar Eclipse Meditation on January 6th at 1:28 AM UTC

On January 6th, there will be a partial solar eclipse which can be visible from locations in north Pacific and northeast Asia, including Beijing, Irkutsk in Russia, Seoul, Taipei, and Tokyo. We will be using this occasion to do a special Goddess Meditation, to help preparing for the Return of Light Activation organized at Cobra's request on January 20th/21st, at the moment of the maximum of the Lunar eclipse. The aim of our meditation is to help anchoring more Light and goddess energy on the surface of the planet, and to build up the energy for a successful Return of Light Activation during the Lunar eclipse. We will be doing this meditation at 1:28 AM UTC, which is the exact time of the New Moon. The table below shows the time of the meditation in different time zones: Time Time zone City Jan 5 Saturday 03:28 pm HST Honolulu 05:28 pm PST Los Angeles 06:28 pm MST

Full Moon Meditation & New Moon Peace Meditation for 2019

The Moon is the nearest astronomical body to our planet Earth. It is constantly affecting different aspects of life on Earth throughout the lunar cycle. In particular, the impact of the Moon on Earth reaches its peaks during the times of the Full Moon and the New Moon. During a Full Moon, the Moon is sitting opposite the Sun and is fully illuminated as it reflects the light of the Sun. This is a powerful time of gratitude, a time for gracefully acknowledging the beauty of life itself and all you have brought into beingness. You may feel a burning desire to express your creativity, to bliss out in sensual activities & through fierce yet profoundly tender vibrations, let go of any aspects of your life that no longer serve the grandest vision of your Soul. According to Cobra, there was a big purification of the

New Daily Emergency Meditation Focus: Indonesian Tsunami

A tsunami hit beaches around Sunda Strait in Indonesia at about 9.30 PM on Saturday night, Indonesian time, which is around 2.30 PM UTC. A total of 222 people have been confirmed dead and 843 injured, while 28 remain missing after the tsunami destroyed hundreds of houses and buildings, media reported, citing the national disaster relief agency. Authorities expect the death toll to rise as many affected areas have not yet been reached. There was no warning given prior to the tsunami. The Indonesian Meteorology, Climatology, and Geophysics Agency (BMKG) said the wave was not caused by an earthquake, but was possibly the result of an eruption of Mount Krakatoa. The agency later explained that its early warning systems are mostly tied to tectonic activity, rather than volcanic. Hence the system did