New Moon Meditation for the Common Good
An experiment in self-organising group work
Sagittarius New Moon Meditation:
"Imagining New Systems for Human Societies, Coming into right Relationship with the Christ"
The Meditation for the Common Good project continues the rhythm and expands the focus of the previous UN SDG Meditation Project carried through the monthly webinar meditations during the 2016-2020 period.
This new phase of the project is a practical experiment in self-organising group work, with a focus on meditative alignment of humanity’s needs with archetypical Spiritual Laws and Principles that underlie evolutionary unfoldment of the human race. It is an opportunity for all of us to work together more deeply as we seek to support the manifestation of the Spiritual Plan.
In the cycle of Scorpio-Sagittarius we reflect on a Vision of Human Societies and its new systems in preparation for the coming of the Lord Maitreya.
As we prepare for our meeting in the Circle, consider the following questions for your reflection. When we meet in the Circle, we will be invited to reflect and exchange our impressions on these questions:
As Christ surveys the Earth today, what might be the first and most important thing He would want humanity to change in themselves?
What might be the major reason so many people either dispute that climate change is the fault of humanity, or deny it is happening?
Is it likely that Christ will encourage differing styles of government for different nations, or possibly one governing body over all nations?
Afterwards we will meditate on seed thoughts synthesized from the group sharing. Through the focused group intention we will radiate the created thought forms to support humanity in its transition to the new civilization.
In preparation for this webinar, the Action Area Group (AAG) and the Subjective Support Group are seeding the group's meditative field reflecting on steps humanity could take to manifest higher qualities of governance that serve the greater good and the spiritual plan. Please check the Community Impressions Board for resources compiled by the AAG.
Please join the group seeding process and share your findings and personal impressions via email firstname.lastname@example.org -- your contributions will be added to the Community Impressions Board.