Notes from the Field of Service
The following are expressions of co-workers' efforts to carry out the objectives outlined by the Tibetan Master, as described in the Introduction to this section.
Service begins where we are, and the formation of a unit of service is an organic process. When an individual is inspired by the vision of selfless service to the Whole, then the seed for a unit of service takes root.
We are using electronic conferencing technology to bring people of goodwill in many parts of the world together to meditate and engage in thoughtful discussions about the multifaceted challenges facing humanity today, their causes and how spiritual energies, uniquely available each full moon, can be invoked and brought in to provide thought-forms of solution to these challenges and human problems.Read More
Good afternoon and good evening to the participants across the world in this Triangles Webinar. I have been asked to talk about the African Goodwill Network (AGN) about the work we do in Africa. I am talking for all of us involved in this outreach as we are all souls serving through light and love and goodwill to further right human relations and peace.Read More
A co-worker in Zimbabwe was able to organise the giving of Great Invocation cards (translated into Shona) and a large supply of books to two schools in a remote rural area of Hurungwe District in Mashonaland West Province of Zimbabwe.Read More
Announcement of a new multilingual (Dutch/French/English) website focusing on the writings of Alice Bailey and Helena BlavatskyRead More
Adelaide Unit of Service in Australia plans to hold an informal Triangles Information Evening on February 11, 2013 to introduce people of goodwill to the work of Triangles.Read More
A co-worker in Cameroon was inspired by the 50th anniversary of the unification of Cameroon (1 October 2011) to print and distribute the Mantram of Unification card in his country.Read More
We do not ask you to leave your religious persuasion, your employment, your home or your country, but we do ask you to cross borders of separation, to reach out to each other across Africa, from north to south, from east to west, to respect and honour the human spirit, to create an atmosphere and an attitude of goodwill in order that we all move towards a better world.Read More
Service through full moon meditation is a selfless esoteric service that is direly needed.Read More
The paper I presented seemed to be received in good tone. World Goodwill/Triangle pamphlets and the Triangle postcard was made available at that time, and I notice people picking them up at the conclusion of the talk.Read More
A co-worker in Australia has created a Powerpoint presentation - a slide show - of the Great Invocation, which includes beautiful images of the natural world and of the cosmos. The slide show lasts for about 3 minutes. Sound is available if it is played in Powerpoint 2007.Read More
In support of the Cycle of Conferences initiative which put a focus on the recent G20 summit held in London in early April 2009, a number of local goodwill units of service organized a workshop at a central hotel in the city of Athens...Read More
Every year, since 1952, people in all parts of the world have celebrated World Invocation Day on the day of the Gemini full moon. It is a global day of prayer and meditation when people of different spiritual paths join in a universal appeal to divinity, using the Great Invocation.Read More