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Festival Week of the New Group of World Servers

December 21 - 28, 2012

This special week is observed every seven years and will be celebrated through special meetings and events.

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The New Group of World Servers

Working in all the main fields of human activity and in all countries everywhere in the world, the New Group of World Servers acts as a synthesising factor within humanity and lays the foundations for right human relations and ultimate world unity.

The Mantram of the New Group of World Servers

Men and women of goodwill link up in thought every day at five o'clock with this world group of servers, using this mantram with dedication and silent, focussed attention. This can be done in a few seconds of time wherever one may be.

The Cycles Of The New Group Of World Servers

The activities of the New Group of World Servers follow a rhythmic pattern which is based upon successive three-year periods, each building upon the last and maintaining all that has been gained.

The New Group Of World Servers – Group Forerunner Of The Christ

A talk given at the 1998 Arcane School Conference in New York about the New Group of World Servers.

Inner Sight programs on the New Group of World Servers

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R e l a t e d

Human Rights

The great keynote of freedom which signifies our modern era has been embodied in revolution, the rejection of orthodoxy and the urge for change, experiment and for direct experience, but above all in humanity’s struggle for human rights.

Values to Live By

The fate of all peoples and nations is determined by the values which govern their decisions.

International Unity

The key to humanity's trouble has been to take and not to give, to accept and not share, to grasp and not to distribute. This is contrary to all accepted standards of behaviour in an increasingly interdependent world.