On February 1st, 2016, millions of people will participate in one of the biggest and most important synchronized meditations in history.
James Twyman, also known as The Peace Troubadour, will walk into a Syrian village, within eyesight of ISIS, along with leaders from Judaism, Islam, and Christianity, and a local Druze leader, to chant prayers of peace while millions of people „Pulse” the region with harmonic and healing energy.
Go to WorldPeacePulse.com to register and you will receive all the information about the exact time of the vigil on January 31st, 2016.
This isn’t the first time James has been called to participate in peace dealings. It has been his life’s work for over twenty years.
Here are a few examples:
- In 1998 Saddam Hussein (President of Iraq from 16 July 1979 until 9 April 2003) invited James to Iraq to perform The Peace Concert the same week the United States and its allies prepared to initiate a new bombing campaign. Chances of avoiding confrontation were slim and yet word went out to „Pray Peace”, at the same moment the concert took place. Over 1,000,000 people participated. Three days later a peace pact was signed.
- In 1999 tensions flared in Iraq once again and James Twyman, along with Doreen Virtue and Gregg Braden, initiated another world prayer vigil. Again millions of people answered. They learned later that President Bill Clinton had given the order to start bombing at the same time the world prayer took place and yet something very unexpected happened. After a while, the fighter jets were called back to their ships and no bombs fell in Irak that night.
- In 2000 James Twyman invited millions of people to focus their prayers and good intentions on the increasing violence between Palestine and Israel and this time a scientific research was launched to measure the effect. During the vigil and for the next 3 days, the entire region saw violent crime drop over 25%.
James Twyman has seen the power of synchronized meditation effort and says that thus far, the military and political „solutions” of global leaders have been ineffective at best, and counterproductive at worst.
James feels a different approach is worth trying.
At the very least, this event will give people the chance to actively contribute to peace efforts (and reap the many benefits of global meditation at the same time).