Meditate for Unity
Join us in a non-stop 7 day group meditation practice. It does not matter where you are in the world or the nature of your faith to participate in this practice.
This is the third year of Meditate for Unity and in 2018 the practice will commence in the early morning of the 21st July and end on the morning of the 28th July. There will be a musical concert of different faiths at Poulstone Court Retreat Centre, UK on the full moon day of the 27th 2018
How to participate
Reserve your minimum 30 minute meditation slot in the Meditation for Unity calendar and enter your details. Your name will appear in the calendar and on the global map. Then just meditate for unity in your chosen slot and let us know how you get on.
MEDITATE FOR UNITY 2019 CALENDAR
Meditate for Unity is an Akhanda practice. Akhanda means “non-stop”, continuous. Akhanda practices remind us of a subtle connection that connects and unites us all. This is sometimes taken for granted in
this age of technological achievement.
Meditate for Unity reminds us we are never alone. The baton of one individual practice is passed to the next creating a link. Each is an intrinsic and vital part of the whole and this is the experience of the practice.
Meditate for Unity started in July 2016 as a way to deal with the helplessness people felt by global events. It was a means to re-establish an ancient paradigm that acknowledged our inter dependance with each other and with nature.
This practice was repeated in July 2017 where people from five continents participated to help complete the non-stop 7 day practice.
In 2018 we started using modern technology to promote the connection of ancient wisdom.