Sunday, April 03, 2011

Sundays and Green Peace

I recently joined a community over at Facebook called Choice Point. And they are the advocates of "Meditation". They are suggesting to do it daily.

I watched their video and was amused because my favorite authors were featured: Gregg Braden and Deepak Chopra.



Doing it everyday takes a lifetime of practice. And two (2) years ago... I did it for a month and was amazed by how light I felt, and how things were going my way. I broke my daily practice because I still have a pattern - to do something but not finish it - (which I am still working on).

This will be the First Sunday where everybody can join the world by meditating at a specific time 7pm-8pm. Or if one can't make it during those time... they can do it anytime during the day.

I already campaigned here at home and over at FB.... and we have chosen to do it together tonight. A moment of silence.

Why am I doing this??

Because I want to be a part of the critical mass of hope. I know it may not be much but at least our area will be filled with light-energy field. :) If you want your place to have peaceful vibes.... encourage people around you to do the same.... even if it's not the First Sunday of the month.

If you want to join in on the event... please check First Sunday: World Meditation Day or World Meditation Day for more details.

I also joined the Green Peace Organization which campaigns online.... this time it's about UNFRIEND: COAL..... check their Facebook TV AD.


I also heard Aboitiz will be setting up a coal power plant here in Davao. I am not supporting the idea. Go Solar, Go Windmill!!! Ahhh if I have enough moolah... I might do just that!!!! (one step at a time Tinaaa).

6 comments:

kg said...

wow, meditation, parang gusto ko itry yan. pero it sounds hard....

tina said...

KG: at the beginning. its the daily practice that is the challenge. also.. being still is quite hard. specially when ego wants to "do something". =)

bw said...

thanks for sharing. Anything with Deepka Chopra in it is interesting to me ;)

tina said...

bw: anytime. maybe ill post more of deepak! :)

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something different indeed though i've practiced yoga last year mainly for therapeutic purposes

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