Most people would not dispute that inner peace is a prerequisite for world peace. Within each of us is a natural response for healing and maintaining homeostasis. Likewise, ecological systems in nature tend to seek balance and optimal health. When humans create a strong resonance with their internal well-being, is it possible that the greater environment around us is also impacted in a positive way? In collaboration with The Global Coherence Initiative, The Gaifield Project and BeThePeace have designed a Global Care Room to celebrate The International Day of Peace the weekend of Sept 19-21.
The Global Coherence Initiative is a science-based, co-creative project to unite people in heart-focused care and intention, to facilitate the shift in global consciousness from instability and discord to balance, cooperation and enduring peace. This project has been launched by the Institute of HeartMath, a nonprofit 501(c)(3), a recognized global leader in researching emotional physiology, heart-brain interactions and the physiology of optimal health and performance. The Global Coherence Initiative is designed to help individuals and groups work together, synchronistically and strategically to increase the impact of their efforts to create positive global change.
The Gaiafield Project develops “subtle activism” practices, theories, and programs and works with like-minded groups to co-create local, national, and global networks of subtle activists to support a shift to a planetary culture of peace. Unify was born out of a collaboration with BeThePeace in 2012, and has been pioneering globally synchronized meditations ever since. All of these wonderful people and organizations are creating a heart-centered resonance that is beginning to ripple around the whole world. You can learn more about these developing collaborations by reading Unify, Emergent Global Culture and The Collective Field.
One of the cool virtual features we’re using for this year’s event is the Global Care Room, developed by HeartMath’s Global Coherence Initiative. When people log in, they show up as a point of light on a slowly rotating Google Earth map (see 1 min promo video below). We’ve partnered with GCI to co-develop and co-promote this year’s Care Room. We’re encouraging people to use the Care Room anytime between Sept 19-21, and especially at the unification moment of 12noon PST on Sept 21. Our goal is to get 1000 people or more in the Care Room at the same time — anything over 2-300 provides a fantastic visual of the global field forming in real time. –David Nicol, Cofounder of the Gaiafield Project and BeThePeace