World Peace Card Meditation

by | Jul 9, 2018 | Reiki | 0 comments

This week’s blog post is about the World Peace Meditation. Once a month on the second Wednesday of the month, the International Reiki Training Center holds a World Peace Card Meditation. I participate in this event because I like, many others, would like to increase peace in the world. It is a day for raising awareness for World Peace.

How does this meditation work? You can use the World Peace Card, a peace grid, or an image of the planet and close your eyes and send peace. You do not have to know Reiki to participate in this meditation, just pray or say positive affirmations for world peace. You begin to meditate at 7:30 pm based on your time zone. Please set aside 15 minutes or more time to meditate for peace. This meditation method has been chosen because of the special effect it produces. As people meditate in each successive time zone the energy builds like a wave which gets stronger and stronger as it circles the planet. Because of the higher dimensional nature of consciousness, the energy of peace will be transmitted for a full 24 hours and continue long after this.

Many people who participate in the event feeling a deep sense of serenity and connectedness with others that stayed with them for a long time. Others feel warmth and love for the planet. It is a powerful experience and will help shift the vibration of our wonderful planet into a higher state of consciousness.

I included a link to a PDF file in which you can download the World Peace Card and the grid http://www.reikiserver.org/PeaceGrids.pdf. I would also recommend you read about the history behind the five World Peace Grids that are located at the North and South Poles, Jerusalem, Michigan and Maui. If you want to create your own peace grid, print a grid from the PDF file. Then, place 12 small quartz crystals at each of the points around the circle and finally, place another quartz piece in the center. I created my own peace grid for my home. It is a great way to bring peace to you home and community. Namaste