Thursday 23 May 2013

Event: Lunar Eclipse Meditation, Primrose Hill, 25 May

There is both a Super Moon and a lunar eclipse this Saturday 25 May. Although the eclipse will not be visible to the naked eye in the UK, you can still make the most of its magical energy. If you want to take part in an eclipse meditation, then go along to Primrose Hill, in North London,

Here's a message about the event that I was asked to share:
"We are in a unique and powerful Triad of Eclipses that are incredibly charged. On 25th May there is a Super Moon Lunar Eclipse - the third of three eclipses in a row. It is the Good Will Festival of Humanity and the time of Wesak, which is a period of spiritual blessing for humanity and an outpouring of light for the entire planet. It is the ideal time to take the destiny of our world in our own hands!
"We will meet at Primrose Hill in London at 1:30 in the afternoon. We will join in with our intention with many groups large and small, that are getting together at the time of full moon this May around the world. These Light Energies effect the Collective Consciousness on Earth, raising all to A Higher State of Consciousness. We will gather and visualise the liberation of our planet of the negative energy grid so that we will have the chance to create our own destiny and fully empower ourselves to our Ascension process. We will use invocations, chanting and meditation."
If you want to take part, please arrive at the top of Primrose Hill  by 1.30pm on 25 May. The group will be meeting on the west side of the crown of the hill, in a grassy area next to a small grove of trees. For anyone who has never been to this lovely little park it is easy spot and to locate. The organiser is Michelle.

Primrose Hill is on the north side of Regent's Park, London. The nearest tube station is Chalk Farm.

The photo at the top shows the view from the top of Primrose Hill and the picture right shows a lunar eclipse and the picture at the bottom is a map of Regent's Park.

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1 comment:

James C. Wallace II said...

What a wonderful way to participate in the Lunar Eclipse! When I photograph Lunar Eclipses, I usually prefer doing so in cemeteries. People there are dying to see them! Arrrrggghhhh!!!
I once photographed a Total Lunar Eclipse rising above a Native American Burial Mound. It didn't turn out good, but the experience was stunning!!