Experience the transformative power of group meditation & prayer.
Let’s open up to miracles, together.
“How wonderful and pleasant it is when people live together in harmony!”
Here you will find the information needed to take part in our regular meditation group.
Participation consists in joining us in meditation at the designated time. For questions contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here to take our survey and let us know how you’d like to be involved in this growing community.
We are working on a social gathering-place like Slack or Discord. We will keep you posted on this.
Weekly: 10pm EST, Tuesdays & Thursdays
Our method of group meditation & prayer is constantly evolving.
- Metta/Loving-Kindness/Contemplative Prayer. For the duration of our group meditation, we simply engage in feeling and experiencing loving-kindness towards self and other. In the contemplative tradition this is reaching for the experience of Infinite Divine Love.
See below for techniques you can incorporate into your practice during our group meditations.
Simply click here at 10pm EST, Tuesdays & Thursday to join in.
The Power of Eight Method
Here is a brief video of Lynne McTaggart explaining the method according to her research.
Here is a more in-depth discussion between Lynne McTaggart and Gordon White of the RuneSoup podcast discussing her research. Highly recommended listening.
“For where two or three are gathered together in my name,
there am I in the midst of them.”
- Shared bubble. Visualize a bubble or sphere or dome of protection/resonance that surrounds everyone who’s joining you in meditation. The size and shape of the bubble does not matter.
- Shared presence. Visualizing the others in your meditation group in your “astral” presence, i.e. holding the presence of each other person in your group in your mind as you practice. You could all by lying, sitting, standing – in a circle, a line, or some other formation – it doesn’t matter.
These practices help strengthen group coherence. It may also help to imagine an even larger bubble around you that includes the presence of all other meditators currently meditating with us.
- Fire. Have a candle lit during your meditation. You can set your intention by speaking it out loud as you light your candle. It helps be in a dark of a room as possible, with or without the candle.
- Water. Have a small glass of water with you. Water is a placeholder for intention and will be restructured according to the intention you hold during the meditation. The water can be consumed afterwards as a form of prasad or communion. The water can also be offered back to the land or at your altar, in full or in part.
- Prayer. Invoke your relationship with the Highest Power for this work. Established prayers from any tradition are welcome, as well as improvised, heart-felt prayer before, during, or after your meditation.
Here are some suggested meditations that have helped our meditators on their inner journeys.