Peace & Human Rights

Sept 21-23: A Weekend for Peace Culminating With the World’s Largest Peace Meditation on Sunday

Written by on September 21, 2018 in Conscious Living, Meditation, Peace & Human Rights with 0 Comments
Sept 21-23: A Weekend for Peace Culminating With the World’s Largest Peace Meditation on Sunday

Today (Sept. 21) is the International Day of Peace. Please join people around the globe on Sept. 21-23 for a weekend of peace, culminated on Sunday with the world’s largest meditation for peace, which will be broadcast on a global streaming broadcast via Unify.org.

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Spirit Led Activism – The True Power Of The People

Written by on September 18, 2018 in Activism, Conscious Living, Peace & Human Rights, Thrive with 0 Comments
Spirit Led Activism – The True Power Of The People

The spiritual activist is our natural state of pre mind controlled being. The being who has not been pacified by indoctrination to the ways of the status quo. Who has not sought to identify with the spirit alone – or with the warrior alone – but quite naturally finds that he/she is, by sheer dint of being human, is both these. How our world would rejoice should this breed of actor emerge at the forefront of the affairs of man!

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Growing Calls for US to Stop Fueling Saudi Bombings of Yemeni Children

Written by on September 3, 2018 in Activism, Conscious Living, Peace & Human Rights with 0 Comments
Growing Calls for US to Stop Fueling Saudi Bombings of Yemeni Children

After the U.S.-backed Saudi-led coalition issued a statement on Saturday calling its deadly bombing of a Yemeni school bus “unjustified” and claiming it was the result of mere “mistakes,” human rights groups and progressive lawmakers ramped up calls for the U.S. to immediately halt all arms sales to Saudi Arabia, which has been viciously bombing Yemen for years.

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Can You Feel the Call for Change?

Can You Feel the Call for Change?

Can you feel the call for change? As we awaken and evolve, our souls beckon us to become agents of goodness, a force of positive transformation in the world. We can no longer sit still as observers and partake in a system that we know deep down is no longer serving the best interests of humanity and the planet.

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‘Great Victory for Indigenous Communities Everywhere’: Canadian Court Rescinds Trans Mountain Approval

Written by on August 31, 2018 in Activism, Conscious Living, Peace & Human Rights with 0 Comments
‘Great Victory for Indigenous Communities Everywhere’: Canadian Court Rescinds Trans Mountain Approval

Indigenous peoples and climate campaigners scored a major victory in Canada as the Federal Court of Appeals ruled that the government’s review of the controversial Trans Mountain Pipeline, a project of Kinder Morgan, did not adequately consult with First Nations before greenlighting the project.

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Why Mister Rogers Is the Role Model We Need Right Now

Why Mister Rogers Is the Role Model We Need Right Now

Giving his full attention to everyone and everything that came into his neighborhood, especially the challenges, Mister Rogers took up serious conversations normally censored from children, going right to the heart of the toughest problems the world faces: war, racism, assassination, even terrorism. He reminded us of our responsibility to look at how to understand and repair these conflicts, because—and this is the important part—all of us have the capacity to do that work.

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How WE Can Use LOVE to Dramatically and Quickly Improve Conditions on Our Planet

How WE Can Use LOVE to Dramatically and Quickly Improve Conditions on Our Planet

Want to know how we can dramatically change our world for the better –  quickly and easily? If so, then watch the video below. It’s an interview with Dr. Amit Goswami, who is the author of many books that bridge science and spirituality including “How Quantum Activism Can Save Civilization: A Few People Can Change […]

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Hiroshima Mayor, Survivors, and Activists Call for Nuclear Weapons Ban 73 Years After US Bombing

Written by on August 6, 2018 in Activism, Conscious Living, Peace & Human Rights with 0 Comments
Hiroshima Mayor, Survivors, and Activists Call for Nuclear Weapons Ban 73 Years After US Bombing

Activists, surviviors, and Hiroshima Mayor Kazumi Matsui marked the 73rd anniversary of the U.S. dropping an atomic bomb on the Japanese city by calling for the total elimination of the world’s nuclear weapons.

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Marching for Peace: From Helmand to Hiroshima

Written by on August 5, 2018 in Activism, Conscious Living, Peace & Human Rights with 0 Comments
Marching for Peace: From Helmand to Hiroshima

People are starting to wake up and see the complete lack of wisdom behind the U.S. and its hostile foreign and domestic policies. Peace marches in Afghanistan and Japan are two shining examples.

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Making Peace With the Chaos in Your Life

Making Peace With the Chaos in Your Life

When life seems like nothing but an unpredictable ocean of chaos sometimes, it can be hard to remember that staying calm is often all it takes to stay afloat. When we’re calm and centered, we’re able to get the best view of what’s going on which allows us to also take the best approach to deal with the issue and tasks at hand.

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Sacred Medicine – The Path To Unity

Sacred Medicine – The Path To Unity

The resilience of the shamanic traditions is a testament to their validity, usefulness and power. Many cultures which were much more recent such as the ancient Greek culture have vanished in spite of their wide-spread influence. The lesson we learn from the survival of the ancient shamanic tradition is that there is something fundamentally human about the urge to connect with the Earth, the elements and cosmic consciousness. The need for this spiritual connection is surging from the very depths of our psyche. Just as our bodies have needs and impulses, so does the soul.

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Why Americans Need to Defend Julian Assange’s Freedom

Why Americans Need to Defend Julian Assange’s Freedom

Prosecution of Julian Assange is a persecution of American ideals. Criminalizing the act of publishing through the Espionage Act destroys the First Amendment as the guardian of democracy. This not only sets a dangerous precedent for press freedom, but it could allow the beginning of a new totalitarianism. We must break our silence and refuse to participate in the destruction of values that founded this country. It is time for us all to put aside ideological differences and unite in solidarity with people around the world who are engaging in non-violent resistance against this assault on WikiLeaks and our right to free speech.

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As Trump Administration Misses Family Reunification Deadline, Children Protest ‘Horrific’ Immigration Policy

Written by on July 27, 2018 in Activism, Conscious Living, Peace & Human Rights with 0 Comments
As Trump Administration Misses Family Reunification Deadline, Children Protest ‘Horrific’ Immigration Policy

Children led a protest on Capitol Hill on Thursday as the Trump administration missed the deadline to reunite all of the families it has forcibly separated. Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-Ore.) accused the administration of extreme negligence in how it carried out the “horrific, dark act of injuring children in order to take a political position… The administration was incompetent on top of it, or callous, and did not track the connection between the parents and the children, and so it’s having an enormously difficult time reuniting the families.”

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Let Me Tell You What Forced Separation Feels Like

Written by on July 24, 2018 in Activism, Conscious Living, Peace & Human Rights with 0 Comments
Let Me Tell You What Forced Separation Feels Like

Tens of thousands of teens and pre-teens — most often, the poor and people of color — are locked up in substandard, often privatized penal facilities. Children who go through these forced family separations often wind up experiencing trauma, grief, shame, and dehumanization.

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4 Effective Ways to Say ‘No’

4 Effective Ways to Say ‘No’

Do you find yourself grappling to find a ‘no’ and your vocabulary involuntarily slips out an unwilling ‘yes’? Do you know how to decline effortlessly? You need to read and memorize these 4 simple yet effective answers…

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