Gaiafield Project

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"Many people intuitively recognize the potential power of uniting large numbers of people around the world in common intention for collective or planetary transformation. Several well-organized global meditation and prayer events, such as the Harmonic Convergence of 1987, the GaiaMind meditation of 1997, and the annual International Day of Peace Vigil have involved hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of people. Numerous research studies have documented consistent, significant correlations between the presence of large groups of meditators and improvements in social indicators such as crime rates, war deaths, and terrorist activity. We regard these and similar activities as a kind of subtle activism, laying the foundation at a deep level of consciousness for the shift we need toward a more sustainable, socially just, and spiritually fulfilling world.

"The Gaiafield Project’s vision is to develop subtle activism principles, theories, practices and programs, and to co-create a global network of subtle activists for social and planetary transformation.

"The Center for Subtle Activism at CIIS is the educational vehicle for the Gaiafield Project." [1]

Council

Accessed January 2012: [2]

Gaiafield Alliance Members

Accessed January 2012: [3]

  • David Nicol, Center for Subtle Activism
  • Leslie Meehan, Center for Subtle Activism
  • Sean Kelly, Center for Subtle Activism and CIIS faculty
  • Myra Jackson, Zambuling Institute for Human Transformation
  • David and Bonnie Todd, Bell and Todd Arts
  • Emily Hine, The Shift Network
  • Joseph Giove, Common Passion
  • Elizabeth Tobin, Common Passion
  • Gary Malkin, Wisdom of the World
  • Avon Mattison, Pathways to Peace
  • Lynda Terry
  • Fumi Stewart, World Peace Prayer Society

Contact

URL: http://www.gaiafield.net

Resources and articles

Related Sourcewatch

References

  1. About, Gaiafield Project, accessed January 8, 2012.
  2. Gaiafield Council, Gaiafield Project, accessed January 8, 2012.
  3. Gaiafield Council, Gaiafield Project, accessed January 8, 2012.