Showing posts from April, 2020

Violet Flame Meditation for balancing the energy over the period of Beltaine

Beltane (or known as Lá Bealtaine in Irish) marks the beginning of summer which is the season of growth and life for crops, animals, and people. Fire Dance by Jula C R Gray It is also known as May Day, which arose from the Celtic holiday, Beltane, which was celebrated in ancient Ireland, Scotland and the Isle of Man. This was one of four Gaelic seasonally-based festivals, which include Samhain, Imbolc, and Lughnasadh. Beltane, however, was one of the most important. Ancient Celts practised the law of Love and Light around the lighting of bonfires in the mountains on the eve of Beltaine. Druids would create Circles of dances where they would dance around campfires to anchor the light to purify all animals, lands and beings on the planet. “At Beltane, we open to the God and Goddess of Youth. However old we are, Spring makes us fee

Cosmic Central Race Meditation Update

Cosmic Central Race Meditation is a mass meditation we started doing daily since February 2019, after the great success of our Return of Light meditation on January 21st last year. Through the Return of Light meditation, we created a coherent consciousness signal across the universe that got the attention of the Cosmic Central Race, which is the most advanced race in this universe which has evolved around the Cosmic Central Sun. This race has begun to focus its attention on the liberation of planet Earth because since January 2019 there is enough consciousness on the surface of the planet that makes cooperation with such evolved beings possible. The current time of the Cosmic Central Race Meditation is at 3:15 PM UTC every day. However, due to the introduction of End of Coronavirus Meditation at 3 PM UTC with a duration of 20 minutes, there is currently an overlap of two

Buddhic Column Meditation to stop the wildfires at Chernobyl

On April 4th, a man set fire to dry grass near the 30km (18.6-mile) exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. Since then, this wildfire is spreading over the past week. Ukrainian firefighers are struggling to contain a blaze raging near Pripyat, which is in the contaminated area due to the 1986 Chernobyl disaster. The wildfires are now approaching the abandoned nuclear power plant. Due to the strong winds on Monday, April 13th, the flames crossed over a firebreak and reach just one kilometers (0.6 miles) away from the nuclear power plant, where highly radioactive waste is stored. According to Greenpeace, the largest fire covered 34,000 hectares, while a second fire just a kilometre from the nuclear plant was 12,000 hectares in area. Some 390 rescue wo