Category Archives: Peace Cycle

Season for the Earth: 2012.04.15

Wisdom from 13 spiritual traditions on the theme of Nature – an nterfaith audio/video meditation. Produced by Association for Global New Thought, 2010          Original Video by Tyler Beckert    Original Audio by CARDELLE

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Season for the Earth

  The Season for the Earth, the second season in the Peace Cycle, follows the Season for Nonviolence. This year’s theme is “Deep Green” and is about getting back to our spiritual tradition’s roots. The roots of New Thought lie … Continue reading

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Season for Nonviolence: Conclusion

Conclusion: April 4 Today, the memorial anniversary of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., marks the conclusion of the 2011 Season for Nonviolence. I am grateful for your participation and I pray the daily reflections and actions have inspired you … Continue reading

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Season for Nonviolence: Day 64

Day 64: April 3 The thought for today is CELEBRATION. As we have discovered so often during this 65-day walk, Peace cannot be forced upon the world from without; it must well up from within the heart and mind of … Continue reading

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Season for Nonviolence: Day 63

The thought for today is RELEASE. Resentment.     Blame.     Judgment.     Regret.     Hurt feelings.     Mistakes.     Egoism.     Control.     Greed.     Feelings of superiority or inferiority.     Craving.     Insolence.     Fear.     Doubt.     Your story.     Self-loathing.     Unforgivingness.     Revenge… Let go of the things that do not serve your … Continue reading

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