26th WORLD MEDITATION for PEACE and HEALING – 27th September 2015
WORLD MEDITATION FOR PEACE AND HEALING by members and guests of Globalization ICAS
LAST SUNDAY OF EACH MONTH
27th September 2015
Time: Local time 10-30am to 6-00pm (10-30hrs – 18-00hrs)
Monthly World meditation, LINKING GICAS MEMBERS to heal ourselves and lift the consciousness around the World, from the comfort’s of our own home.
Learn How To Meditate: Join us for the adventure of World meditation Day with simple free five steps guided instruction you can learn and than join us for the big event..
We meditate on the last Sunday of every month.
Future dates : 25th October, 29th November, 27th December, 31st January 2016, 28th February 2016, 27th March 2016.
Local times from 10-30am to until 6-00pm. YOUR LOCAL TIME. We all will be meditating on different times during that day, but we will create a ‘meditation wave link’ where one time zone overlaps for the next to complete our 24 hours of meditation across the Globe!
Now select a suitable local time that you can join us and together as one global family we can make the difference..,
What’s next? …,
For this to make maximum impact we each have to complete our own individual program for minimum of 20 – 30 minutes seating quietly on a comfortable chair, a place where you will not be disturbed.
Now let’s begin our practise..,
For members who find it difficult to concentrate or settle the MIND to use:
Option 1 – visualization technique of closing the eye imagine you are at a place were there is water flowing over waterfall or looking at the waves at the seaside and enjoy the movement and sound of water connecting to your breath, gradually direct your mind to listen to the sound of your breath as you inhale than exhale, feeling more relax both the body followed by the mind.
Option 2 – the breathing technique to following the instruction: Sit comfortably and close your eyes. Take a few moments to “simply be”. Notice whatever is being experienced in the moment — sounds, physical sensations, thoughts, feelings — without trying to do anything about it.
Continue like this for a while, allowing yourself to settle down.
Notice the changes of the weather pattern around, any settle sensation you feel is different, now bring the attention back to the breath. Simply observe the breath as it moves in and out as the body inhales and exhales. Notice how the breath moves in and out automatically, effortlessly. Don’t try to manipulate or force it in any way. Notice all the details of the experience of breathing — the sensing of the air moving in and out of the nose, the way the body moves as it breathes.
The mind will wander away from the breath — that’s fine, it doesn’t matter. That’s a part of the meditation! When you notice that you are no longer observing the breath, is the time to bring your attention back with minimum effort.
Let all of your experiences — thoughts, emotions, bodily sensations — come and go in the background of your awareness of the breath. Notice how all of your experiences — thoughts, emotions, bodily sensations, awareness of sounds and smells — come automatically and effortlessly like the breath, is the way to continue our practice sitting comfortably enjoying this moment of stillness and emptying of our minds.
As soon as you settle down with our breath technique feeling calm and peaceful to gradually move effortlessly toward introducing a deeper visualization technique of seeing light flowing from the top of the head around our heart slowly guiding – the colour of light being Blue around lower body down to your toe as you breath in and out, drawing our attention to see the colour change to a warm golden-yellow healing light all around the body and when you are ready start to project this lovely glow move further away bringing into your mind all the family, friends or any person, you would like to share your experience with .., all this should be done without any effort just relax and enjoy the whole experience..
Congratulation you have just completed your experience of being a meditator now join us each month.., HAPPY MEDITATION.
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Mantra for each month
PEACE HARMONY LOVE COMPASSION
Mentally. physically and emotionally we are the same. We each have the potential to good and bad and to be overcome by disturbing emotions such as anger, fear, hatred, suspicion and greed. These emotions can be the cause of many problems. On the other hand if you cultivate loving kindness, compassion and concern for others, there will be no room for anger, hatred and jealousy.
“In Prayer we ask a question..,
In Meditation we receive the answer..,”
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi founder of the Transcendental Meditation
“Enjoy your life and be happy.
Being happy is of the utmost importance.
Success in anything is through happiness. More support of nature comes from being happy.
Under all circumstances be happy, even if you have to force it a bit to change some long-standing habits.
Just think of any negativity that comes to you as a raindrop falling into the ocean of your bliss.
You may not always have an ocean of bliss, but think that way anyway and it will help it come.
Doubting is not blissful and does not create happiness.
Be happy, healthy, and let all that love flow through your heart.”
Sunil Vilas England, UK – Founder
Our World Meditation for Peace & Healing sessions are now recognised as a tool to bring our Global family together to help focus our joint efforts for the benefit of mankind, in return we are rewarded by our increase in creativity, may this continue for many more happier years.
Congratulation !!! for our ACHIEVEMENT
WORLD MEDIATION FOR PEACE AND HEALING –
2015 is an auspicious year therefore requests all the GICAS members, family, friends and guests to join us, to complete our program as ONE GLOBAL FAMILY MEDITATION. An exciting monthly program has been schedule each month to introduce our themes and to cover the twelve Spiritual Wonder’s of THE World in our CREATIVE LOUNGE.
The Place of PEACE & POWER?
For our 26th WORLD MEDITATION for PEACE & HEALING, we move to the continent of ASIA, Cambodia for more inspiration –
The temples of Angkor, Cambodia, built by the ancient Khmer civilization between 802 and 1220 AD, represent one of humankind’s most astonishing and enduring architectural achievements. From Angkor the Khmer kings ruled over a vast domain that reached from Vietnam to China to the Bay of Bengal. The structures one sees at Angkor today, more than 100 stone temples in all, are the surviving remains of a grand religious, social and administrative metropolis whose other buildings – palaces, public buildings, and houses
Encompassing an area of about 500 acres (200 hectares), Angkor Wat is one of the largest religious monuments ever constructed. Its name means “temple city.” Or cities of TEMPLES
Originally built as a Hindu temple dedicated to the god Vishnu, it was converted into a Buddhist temple in the 14th century, and statues of Buddha were added to its already rich artwork.
Angkor Wat represents the five pillars of the universe in stone also as an earthly model of the cosmic world. The central tower rises from the center of the monument symbolizing the mythical mountain, Meru, situated at the center of the universe. Its five towers correspond to the peaks of Meru. The outer wall corresponds to the mountains at the edge of the world, and the surrounding moat the oceans beyond.
Angkor Wat I
Classical art is
unnatural, unentertaining, non-instructional, burdensome, irreligious, lifeless, soundless, airless, smell-less, motionless, undramatic, unpoetic, austere, square, moral, disciplined, traditional formal, colorless, dark, noble, hieratic, symmetrical repetitious, invisible, complete, rational, conscious, clear.”
So saith Ad Reinhardt while living in New York City and writing about Khmer Sculpture in 196l in a booklet published by Asia House.
TEMPLES OF ANGKOR WAT
“Sari of morn floatsdraping temples with rumdul,as Angkor Wat breathes its glow to flame coned incense; and in the still of homagepilgrims wander with their gods”.
Angkor Wat, Cambodia Rumdul—National flower Dr. Ram’s Choka Me Contest by nette onclaud
What lessons can we learn from our ancient rulers Who build structure made for Gods ? Looking back to our PAST and in the making of history, How could we make small changes that would influence a better future for the next generation…, Each one of us as a global family have a role to play that would have a direct impact to the overall picture for Mankind and in the Cycle of LIFE!!!
We thank you all for your contributions..,
BREATHE IN INHALE PEACE AND BREATHE OUT EXHALE LOVE TO ALL MEMBERS AROUND THE WORLD!!!
HAPPY MEDITATION TO ALL..,
OUR GIFT TO ALL WHO COMPLETED OUR MONTHLY WORLD MEDITATION FOR PEACE AND HEALING
WITH LOVE AND KINDNESS TO YOU ALL
THE ART FOUNDATION
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