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5-Minute Peace Meditation for Schools, Institutions, and Homes - A Path to Global Harmony

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WITH EACH BREATH, BREATHE IN DIVINE PEACE AND BREATHING OUT SEND IT TO PLANET EARTH.


THE JOINT MEDITATIONS OCCUR ON WEEKDAYS AT 12:00 NOON and ON SUNDAYS AT THE BEGINNING OF A FULL HOUR OF YOUR CHOICE.


MEDITATIONS TAKE PLACE SIMULTANEOUSLY IN ALL TIME ZONES.


THIS MEDITATION NOT ONLY BRINGS PEACE TO THE WAR ZONES, IT ALSO HELPS PREVENT CONFLICTS AND TENSION IN EVERYDAY LIFE.


PEACE MEDITATION IMPROVES MENTAL HEALTH.


PLEASE PASS THIS TO YOUR FRIENDS AND WHOLE HUMANITY.


THANKING YOU IN ADVANCE,



GAIA




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Where daily stress and conflicts arise, incorporating peace practices can be particularly beneficial.

The 5-Minute Peace Meditation by Tharapita Tam, offers a powerful method to bring peace to ourselves and the World. Initiated during the onset of the war in Ukraine, this meditation is designed to reduce conflicts and enhance mental well-being.


Join the Global Wave of Peace by Global Harmony Meditation Practice


When to Meditate:


  • Weekdays: Every day at 12:00 noon


  • Sundays: At the beginning of any full hour of your choice


Clarification on "At the Beginning of Any Full Hour": This phrase means starting your meditation exactly at the start of any hour (e.g., 1:00, 2:00, 3:00, etc.). You can choose any hour that suits your schedule, but the key is to begin at the very start of the hour.


This timing creates a synchronized wave of meditative energy as people around the world meditate at the same precise moment, enhancing the collective impact.

These meditations occur simultaneously across all time zones, amplifying the collective effect.


Research shows that group meditation has a significantly greater impact than meditating alone. The synchronized effort creates a powerful wave of peace that extends across the planet.


Benefits of the 5-Minute Peace Meditation


  • Promotes Global Peace: Contributes to a more harmonious world by sending peaceful energy to conflict zones.


  • Reduces Everyday Conflicts: Helps prevent tensions and conflicts in daily interactions, fostering a peaceful environment.


  • Improves Mental Health: Enhances mental clarity, reduces stress, and improves overall well-being.


Empowering Yourself Through Meditation - Meditation for Mental Health

Many people give away their power by holding limiting beliefs that they are not powerful enough to raise their frequency and consciousness. By raising one's consciousness inner peace can prevail and wars be reduced.

Peace meditations are a perfect way to go inward and focus on higher vibrational energy. Visualizing peace on Earth creates a harmonious vibration for the planet. The synchronized raising of vibration and frequency together has a powerful effect.


Inclusive Timing for All - Collective Meditation Benefits

Often ashrams and spiritual centers have their own schedules for meditations and spiritual practices. This article offers a possibility for everyone to meditate simultaneously when they can for peace, thus raising the Earth's frequency and their own. By aligning our intentions and breaths, we can collectively make a significant impact on global peace and harmony.


Spread the Word of Synchronized Meditation

This meditation is a gift to humanity, and its power increases with the number of participants. Share this practice with friends, family, and communities. Encourage schools, institutions, and homes to incorporate this simple meditation into their daily routines. Together, we can create a ripple effect of peace that touches every soul.


How to Meditate:

  1. Attitude: The basis for the practice of meditation is attitude. Every breath we take is a gift, naturally pure. Ordinary activities are in themselves powerful and worth appreciating. See the meditation practice as a natural process, then bring this attitude to your practice of meditation.

  2. Taking Your Seat: Take your seat in meditation in an ordinary but deliberate way, again with an attitude of appreciation. Hold your seat properly. When you sit down to meditate, you are connecting with the earth, whether you sit on a chair or cushion. It’s almost as if a message is coming from the earth to hold your seat properly.

  3. Posture: Your posture should always reflect an uplifted presence wherever you take a seat. Your hands should rest lightly and deliberately, palms down on your thighs a bit above or just touching your knees.

  4. Gaze and Mouth: Either your eyes are open but looking somewhat down about four to six feet in front of you, or your eyes are half-closed or closed so that you feel relaxed, but it is not a spaced-out approach. Preferably rest your tongue at the root of your mouth if it helps you to relax.

  5. Breath: Pay attention to your breath. You can feel yourself inhaling and exhaling through your mouth and nostrils. Just pay attention to your natural breath. Feel your existing natural breathing to settle down for a few minutes. Then go out with the out-breath. The out-breath is an experience of the life force. The out-breath is like giving birth to the Universe. Just let go. Naturally, breathe in, then breathe out a bit longer, and then you have a gap before the next breath.

  6. Working with Thoughts: Focus is the key. If you notice having thoughts, label them as thinking and come back to the meditation.

  7. Aches and Pains: Bodily aches and pains come and go. Regard physical irritation or sensation as thought patterns. Label them as thinking and return to meditation.


The Power of Collective Meditation and Meditation for Conflict Resolution


When many people engage in peace meditation simultaneously, the effect is exponentially greater than meditating alone. This phenomenon, known as the "Maharishi Effect," has been documented in various studies. For instance, research conducted in Chicago and other cities demonstrated significant reductions in crime rates when groups practiced Transcendental Meditation together. During 2007-2010, a study found a 28.4% reduction in murder rates in 206 U.S. cities when a group meditated regularly (Institute of Science, Technology, and Public Policy, ISTPP).


Similarly, in Merseyside, England, group meditation sessions resulted in a 13.4% drop in crime rates over five years, saving the city millions of pounds (Transcendental Meditation - Study 33). These findings underscore the powerful impact of collective meditation on societal stress and violence.


A historical example of the power of collective intention and peaceful action is the Baltic Chain in the early 1990s. On August 23, 1989, approximately two million people from Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania joined hands to form a human chain stretching 675 kilometers (420 miles) from Tallinn to Vilnius. This peaceful demonstration, part of the Singing Revolution, helped these nations peacefully gain independence from the Soviet Union (Smithsonian Magazine, Wikipedia, JSTOR Daily).


About the Higher Consciousness Spiritual Teachers

Both Trungpa and Tam communicate their vision beyond time and continue to inspire even centuries. Both teachers are of very high consciousness, meaning their wisdom is similar to that of ascended masters. They may not be widely known to the general public; their profound insights resonate deeply with those who seek them.


Chögyam Trungpa: A highly influential Tibetan teacher, Chögyam Trungpa was an incarnate lama and the abbot of an important monastery in eastern Tibet. He presented not only Buddhism but also earlier Tibetan wisdom to the world.

Tharapita Tam: Tam maintains a private and secluded practice, similar to the Tibetan monks in solitude. His teachings emphasize returning to the initial Spirit and harmony that one already is, rather than seeking spiritual growth.



By promoting this meditation, you honor the wisdom of GAIA and support the vision of a peaceful, harmonious planet. Join in this global endeavor and help spread the message far and wide!



References:

  • Institute of Science, Technology, and Public Policy (ISTPP): The Maharishi Effect and its impact on reducing societal stress and crime rates. Studies indicate a significant drop in murder rates in U.S. cities during group meditation periods.

  • Transcendental Meditation Study 33: This study documents group meditation's effects on crime reduction and the underlying "field effect of consciousness." The Merseyside, England study and its significant findings on crime rate reduction.

  • Smithsonian Magazine: Detailed accounts of the Baltic Chain and the Singing Revolution, demonstrating the power of collective peaceful action in achieving liberation from the USSR.

  • Wikipedia: Overview of the Baltic Way and its significance in the peaceful protests against Soviet occupation.

  • JSTOR Daily: Historical context and significance of the Singing Revolution in Estonia.

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