Tuesday, May 29, 2012

The Oneness Meditation – A Powerful Transmission of Divine Energy



The Children of Light Conference in Denver at the end of June has a new addition, in addition to The Wholeness Blessing there will also be people initiated into The Oneness Blessing that originates in India from the Oneness University.   

This is a rare confluence of Eastern and Western spiritual gifts to humanity.  The people from the Oneness University felt The Wholeness Blessing was significant and they have decided to join efforts. 

For those of you uncomfortable with Indian belief systems, culture and practices of veneration, this is not about that at all.  There is no belief, practice, or expectation beyond passing on The Oneness Blessing at the same conference as The Wholeness Blessing. 




Hi AK,

I hope you're having a wonderful break. Blessings to you and your family.

I've attached an article I've written about the Oneness Meditation. It would be tremendous if you would post it as many more people would than be able to find out about opportunities to use this tool to assist Awakening.

I see that the Oneness Meditations will be offered on Thursday and Friday at the Children of Light Conference. I'm stoked!

Blessings,

Peter D.
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First they ignore you.
They then laugh at you.
Then they fight you.
Then, you win.
--Gandhi

Peter DeBenedittis, Ph.D.
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The Oneness Meditation – A Powerful Transmission of Divine Energy

By Peter DeBenedittis, Ph.D

Over the past several months, I’ve had the pleasure of attending and helping host Oneness Meditations. The Oneness Meditation is a new, powerful meditation where Divine Energies are transmitted to help awaken the spiritual energies within us. This very sacred Blessing offers the opportunity to free the mind effortlessly and awaken to the magic and beauty of life. Flowing through the eyes of the Oneness Meditator, Oneness Meditations create a neurobiological shift that naturally accelerates the Awakening process. 


After traveling to Denver to attend Oneness Meditations, I found myself laughing at nearly everything that happened to me for the next week. Even when I had thoughts or was in circumstances that I previously judged as 'bad,' I was still laughing. The bliss was tremendous. It changed how I reacted to things.

The Oneness Meditation was released at the beginning of 2012, to assist with the planetary shift in consciousness. It originated from the  Oneness University, and is part of a global phenomenon that is taking many forms. The Oneness Meditation brings you and your community the experience of Oneness—One Love, One Consciousness, One with all that is. It is helping to start a chain reaction that creates a critical mass for a shift towards setting all of humanity totally free. 

Lloyd's of London Preparing for Euro Collapse






Lloyd's of London preparing for euro collapse
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/financialcrisis/9292511/Lloyds-of-London-preparing-for-euro-collapse.html

By Andrew Cave

2:50PM BST 27 May 2012


The chief executive of the multi-billion pound Lloyd's of London has publicly admitted that the world's leading insurance market is prepared for a collapse in the single currency and has reduced its exposure "as much as possible" to the crisis-ridden continent.

Richard Ward said Lloyd's of London could have to take writedowns on its £58.9bn investment portfolio if the eurozone collapses.

Richard Ward said the London market had put in place a contingency plan to switch euro underwriting to multi-currency settlement if Greece abandoned the euro.

In an interview with The Sunday Telegraph he also revealed that Lloyd's could have to take writedowns on its £58.9bn investment portfolio if the eurozone collapses.

Europe accounts for 18pc of Lloyd's £23.5bn of gross written premiums, mostly in France, Germany, Spain and Italy. The market also has a fledgling operation in Poland.

Lloyd's move comes as a major Franco-German provider of credit insurance for eurozone trade, Euler Hermes, said it was considering reducing cover for trade with Greece because of the risk the country might leave the eurozone.

When a company goes bust, it is often sparked by withdrawal of credit insurance for suppliers wanting to trade with it.

A spokesman for Euler Hermes, Bettina Sattler, told Bloomberg: "The outcome of the new elections in June remains highly uncertain. Consequently, the situation is further deteriorating. The risk of Greece exiting the eurozone has been revived.

"In light of the recent developments, Euler Hermes will most probably have to switch to a more prudent approach. [We have] maintained a high level of cover for [our] customers until today. But now we are confronted with a changing situation."

Lloyd's fears are likely to be shared by a number of European businesses, which are watching developments in Greece.

On Saturday, Juergen Fitschen, co-chief executive of Deutsche Bank, described Greece as a "failed state" run by corrupt politicians.

"I'm quite worried about Europe," Mr Ward said in one of the first admissions by a major UK business leader of the scale of the crisis that would be prompted by a eurozone collapse.

"With all the concerns around the eurozone at the moment, we've got to be careful doing business in Europe and there are a lot of question marks over writing business in the future in euros.

"I don't think that if Greece exited the euro it would lead to the collapse of the eurozone, but what we need to do is prepare for that eventuality."

Mr Ward says Lloyd's had been working hard on contingency planning and had the capability to switch settlement of European underwriting from euros to other currencies.

"We've got multi-currency functionality and we would switch to multi-currency settlement if the Greeks abandoned the euro and started using the drachma again," he said.

Lloyd's has de-risked its asset portfolio in recent years, with investments split equally into cash, corporate bonds and government bonds, mostly in the US, UK, Canada and Australia. "We have de-risked the asset portfolio as much as possible," he said.

The contingency planning comes as German politicians piled the pressure on Greece ahead of elections on June 17.

A conservative member of German chancellor Angela Merkel's cabinet said today Germany would not "pour money into a bottomless pit".

'On Sunday, Swiss central bank chief Thomas Jordan admitted his country is drawing up an action plan in the event of the euro's collapse.

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