James and Salle Redfield
and global prayer circles
by Neva J. Howell unless otherwise noted
James Redfield, Celestine Prophecy Author, Advocates Global Prayer
I remember reading The Celestine Prophecy and identifying with the generator type noise that was the sound of the counter-force mindset on the planet (what we think of as evil). I resonated at a deep level with the concept of evil having an audible vibration in the world. I hear that sound, actually, and it is the sound of technology….there is no quiet place left on the earth, no place that the sound of generators, road traffic, air traffic or other bass-level, deep and disruptive sound does not penetrate.
That’s why the fire the grid message came when it did, and thanks to Shelley Yates for having the courage to get the word out.
What can we do to restore the silence that is so crucial for healing ourselves and the planet? One way is to connect with other spiritual beings for the purpose of prayer and meditation. The synergy of group energy is so much stronger than any vibrational frequency we could create alone.
I’m glad that folks like James and Salle Redfield recognize that people need a place to hear the silence again. The earth needs the healing energy of stillness and love. What I’ve learned about spiritual co-creation in global prayer is that, even if you cannot be on the teleconference, you can decide on reading this that you support it energetically. I do this with emails that come into my inbox on a regular basis. I just sit with it for a few moments and connect into the energy of it, and volunteer to stay connected and assist.
From James Redfield:
Research tells us that the more people praying together, the more powerful the prayer and the greater the level of energy felt by the participants. We invite you to join the largest regular prayer network in the world. If you would like to take an active role in maintaining a circle of positive intention across the globe, while going deeper and heightening your own spirituality, join us.
To learn more about upcoming events the website of James and Salle Redfield.