Showing posts from September, 2023

Reminder of full Moon Meditations and International remote healing sessions between September 28th and 30th

Here is a reminder of full Moon Meditations and the remote healing sessions between September 28th and 30th, as well as the Divine Intervention Meditation on Friday, September 29th at 9:57 AM UTC. Monthly International Ascended Masters and Stellar Healing Rays Remote Healing Sessions Every full Moon, the International Golden Age Group and Prepare For Change Japan Official offer remote healing sessions that can help people around the world to heal their inner being and mind. This is a gift to everyone and is free of charge.       For the upcoming full Moon, three international remote healing sessions will be held at the time listed below:  First Day: Thursday, September 28th from 2 PM to 2:30 PM UTC   Link:

Meditation for healing the flood situations in Libya

The powerful Mediterranean storm Daniel caused severe flooding in Libya over the weekend. The storm hit the cities of Benghazi, Susa, Bayda, and al-Marj, but the destruction appeared greatest in the port city of Derna where two dams burst.     The collapse of two dams under the pressure of flooding sent water rushing towards Derna, and engulfed the area, destroying roads and bridges, causing catastrophic damage.   The floods had swept away entire neighborhoods in Derna, leaving thousands of residents missing, and an estimated 3,000 people are feared dead. Currently, Derna is still largely cut off as road access has not yet been secured, and internet and power are off in the city. This made gathering information on casualties and damage difficult. There are also challenges in providing people in the affected areas access to basic facilities for health services, shelter, and shelter

Meditation to heal the damage caused by the earthquake in Morocco

In the evening on Friday, September 9th, a strong Magnitude 6.8 earthquake struck Morocco at a shallow depth of 18.5 km.  This is the most powerful quake to hit the country in more than 60 years, Its epicenter was located in the High Atlas mountain range, about 72 kilometers (44.7 miles) southwest of Marrakech, a city of about 840,000 people. The worst destruction has been in isolated mountain areas, which are difficult to access. Residents have described whole villages suffering damage and rescuers unable to retrieve bodies from rubble. Emergency workers were deployed to affected regions, despite some roads being damaged or blocked by debris. Some remote villages on the foothills of the mountain have been hard to access. As of Monday, September 11th, at least 2,497 people are confirmed dead, with 2,476 injured, and authorities warn the death toll is still expected to rise.