Monday, January 21st, 2019, during 6:50-7:45 (EET) we will do an extraordinary meditation for evoking – full of elevating fervour – the bestowal of endless BRIGHT WHITE Godly Light upon the ambience of the mysterious sphere of force of Planet Earth.
06:45-06:50 – Consecration of the fruits to God the Father.
This first-time exemplification will be supported by our spiritual Guide Grieg with triple occult energy.
Please download the audio file from the links below that contain all the necessary steps for this extraordinary meditation and play this file at 6:45 Romanian time (4:45 GMT). Check your specific time zone.
We invite as many of you as possible to participate in this collective action that takes place in unison. In this way, you will personally discover a complex experience that simultaneously includes the occult effect of multiplication, an effect that has been known for thousands of years by the initiated. This effect causes, due to the state of occult unison, a sui-generis multiplication of the beneficial power that appears when many human beings who are animated by a particular aspiration operate in this way in unison. It is significant that in folklore it is mentioned: “WHERE THERE ARE TWO OR EVEN MORE WHO ACT IN AN EMINENTLY BENEFICIAL DIRECTION, THE POWER OF THE CHANNELED GOOD GROWS TO AN EXTRAORDINARY DEGREE”. By participating in this exceptional action, you will have the opportunity to convince yourself of all of this, and additionally, you will benefit from the support that is offered in this context with a corresponding triple, occult energy. The ineffable experience you will have will also reveal how the law of occult resonance and the law of occult correspondence and even the law of occult offering operate within the godly creation and manifestation.
In Bucharest, the meditation will be performed in Pipera 1, Obor and IS7 halls. Admission into the halls will be between 6:30-6:45. (EET).
Also, on January 20, 2019, from 21:00 (EET), we will broadcast a first-time special lecture of yoga teacher Gregorian Bivolaru, titled: