Creative Meditation — A Planetary Service
Meditation is a
process that cleanses the mind of impurities. It
cultivates such qualities as concentration, awareness,
intelligence and tranquillity, leading finally to the
attainment of the highest wisdom.
U Thant, Secretary-General of the United Nations, 1961-1971
he technique of meditation governs all expansions of consciousness, including the entire process of evolutionary development within the planet. It is the technique of spiritual contact and apprehension, the means of furthering the evolution of human intelligence, the capacity to love, and the ability to bring the personal will into alignment with the transpersonal or divine will.
Meditation as a planetary service is both practical and effective. It is the single most effective means for transcending the binding, restrictive sense of separateness and isolation, which imprisons the human consciousness and circumscribes its life.
The effect of human meditation at this time is to change conditions, to invoke the higher spiritual potencies, to work with concentration—both vertically and horizontally—within the world of spiritual energies and within the world of human affairs. The ultimate result of effective meditation in the consciousness of the individual is enlightenment and illumination—leading to an increased ability to cooperate in the creative and redemptive purposes of our planetary life.
Please join us in the United
Meditation Room on the following dates in 2013 promptly
Open to the Public; Use the United Nations Visitor's Entrance at 46th Street and 1st Avenue.
Monday, February 25
Tuesday, March 26
Thursday, April 25
Friday, June 21
Monday, July 22
Tuesday, August 20
| Wednesday, September 18
Friday, October 18
Friday, November 15
Monday, December 16
Write to UN@aquaac.org to find out how you can join with an international network to use meditation to support the work of the United Nations.
The Aquarian Age Community is a
non-profit, accredited non-governmental organization (NGO)
In association with the United Nations’ Department of Public Information
For further information, contact us.