Wessex Research Group - Aquarian Age Community



Title Aquarian Age Community
Venue The United Nations, 46th Street and 1st Avenue, New York
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Contact Ida Urso
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Email UN@aquaac.org
Web www.aquaac.org
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Recognizing the interrelated oneness of humanity, and indeed of all life, the Aquarian Age Community is a pledged point of synthesis, resonating to the Aquarian keynote, Water of Life Am I Poured Forth for Thirsty Men. Responding to the Aquarian energies of universality, synthesis and loving understanding, it recognizes the spiritual destiny of Humanity and the divine potential at the heart of every individual. In keeping with the resonance of the new age, the Aquarian Age Community is first and foremost a subjective community, seeking alignment and identification with all Spiritual Beings who inspire the evolution of life on planet Earth. All who strive to better understand the new spiritual energies pouring into our planet and integrate them into daily living are a recognized part of the community. As a not for profit educational community, it supports the restoration of the Spiritual Mysteries and the transformation of human consciousness.

The Aquarian Age Community organises a monthly meditation group. Because of the renovations that are part of the UN Capital Master Plan, since June of 2013, we have been holding the UN monthly meditation meetings via Webinar, making it possible for anyone with a computer and phone to join from any location in the United States or the world.

The Spiritual Work of the United Nations and the Liberation of Humanity Webinar Meditation Meetings. All meetings will begin promptly at 12:00 P.M. and end at 1:00 P.M. U.S. Eastern Standard Time. Registration is Required

Working with the energies of each month's Solar Festival, participants strive to contribute to the Transformation of Planetary Consciousness by supporting and strengthening the spiritual work of the United Nations, using focused and intentional thinking and meditation

Dates 2019

   
   
   
   

 

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