The theme of the new moon meditations is strengthening the hands of the group of world servers.The meeting will include a brief talk, discusson and meditation with the goal of clarifying group thinking about the solution to major world problems.
Meditation is the primary form of service for those following a spiritual path. It is a means of cooperation and alignment with hierarchical intent. The new moon period follows upon the period of outbreathing in the rhythmic cycles of the breath; it is a time of pause wherein together we can establish a soul-mind-brain alignment. During this period we work in thought to concretize the ideas and impressions received at the time of the full moon period and undertake the sometimes difficult process of translating them into practical plans that can be of service in the world. The effect of this meditative effort is to enhance the many ways in which the “power of the one Life” and the “love of the one soul” are working out through all true servers everywhere.
The meeting will be held in the library of our offices at 120 Wall St., 24th floor; it will include a brief talk on the theme "The Problem of Addiction”, group discussion and meditation.. Please call or email us prior to the meeting. We can also register you automatically for each meeting if you let us know of your interest. Meetings start at 6 pm and the door will be closed at 6:15 pm.
The Problem of Addiction
Substance abuse is a global epidemic that takes many and varied forms. The following articles provide overviews of the problem:
"A Different Path to Fighting Addiction“ - Gabrielle Glaser, New York Times, July 3, 2014.
"Effective Addiction Treatment" - Jane E. Brody, The New York Times, February 4, 2012
Addiction is related to the fogs and mists that cloud the three worlds of the physical-etheric, astral and mental planes. We will begin with a brief visualization, using the power of our collective thought to contribute to dispersing those clouds thereby aiding the work of freeing the prisoners of the planet.
Theme and Thoughts for Discussion: The Problem of Addiction:
What are the underlying causes of the problem of addiction and how do we contribute towards liberating humanity from this global challenge?