How Can the Use of Goodwill, Meditation and Other Spiritual Practices
Support the Work of the United Nations?



In Observance of World Invocation Day
The Festival of Humanity and The Festival of Goodwill

Friday, 9 June 2006; 1:15P.M. - 2:30 P.M.

United Nations, Conference Room C

Agenda

It is difficult to remain without water even for a day. It is likewise difficult for our consciousness to remain without illumination from far-off worlds. As with food or water, one also needs the sustenance of the Higher Planes of Consciousness.
(Signs of Agni Yoga (407), Agni Yoga Society)

I. Opening: Sacred Music and Sounding of the New Group of World Servers Mantra

II. Keynote Points of Inspiration:

  1. What Is the Purpose of World Invocation Day and What Do the Various Names for this Festival—World Invocation Day/Festival of Humanity/Festival of Goodwill/Festival of the Christ—Represent?
  2. What Spiritual Energies Are Uniquely Available on World Invocation Day? How Can the Sounding of Mantras such as the Great Invocation Aid in the Work of the United Nations?
  3. How Can the New Age Technique of Invocation/Evocation Benefit the Work of the United Nations?
  4. How Can We, As Spiritual Beings, Help the Work of the United Nations?
  5. How Can Culture & the Arts as a Spiritual Practice Contribute to the Healing of International Relations?

III. Group Sharing:

  • How Can Goodwill, Meditation & Other Spiritual Practices Support the Work of the UN?
  • What Is Mine and My Group's Responsibility in this Work?

IV. Meditation: "The Spiritual Work of the United Nations and the Liberation of Humanity"


Sponsoring Organizations: Aquarian Age Community, Associazione Culturale dei Triangoli e della Buona VolontÓ Mondiale, Operation Peace Through Unity; Pathways to Peace; Supporting Organizations: CONGO Committee on Spirituality, Values and Global Concerns (NY); UN Days & Years Meditation Initiative

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