Global Days of Unity is a unifying field for all forces, voices and expressions of love to co-create a whole that transcends the sum of its parts. It’s an invitation for the community of love and consciousness to come together on the 3rd weekend of every month to infuse the collective field with vibrations of Unity, Peace and Love.
Change will not come to us, it will come through us when we are awake to the fullness of who we are and connected to the fundamental truth of oneness. As we change, the world will change. Infusing the collective field with energies of love is the beginning of a new humanity.
The time is now…
Not marching, not fighting, and not legislating, but co-creating an intentional energetic impact. Wherever you are, let us co-create an ever growing circle of connection from all across the earth to resonate, amplify and infuse the field of consciousness with vibrations of Unity, Peace and Love.
This isn’t a one-off moment of mediation. This is the moment that so many of us have been longing for; the beginning of an unprecedented shift in consciousness which creates the spaciousness for a whole new paradigm to emerge.
We all have a role to play, and we are all needed.
While actions are essential, transformation will only come when we first transform ourselves and allow our actions to rise out of this new energetic reality.
This is about the courage to fly together on the wings of the unknown and the humility to co-discover the unimaginable.
Be notified when it begins
Tune in through the BROADCASTS
to resonate unity, peace and love throughout the 3rd weekend of every month
Engage in unifying ACTIVITIES
from meditation, to music, to breathing, scheduled throughout the GDU weekend
Participate in the global INTENTION
and invite your community to participate in uplifting the global frequency
Be inspired by highlights from previous Global Days of Unity celebrations.
Dr. Bruce Lipton & Bhavani Lev
Earth Nation of Love & Consciousness
Bharat Mitra & Darpan
Omkar Kirtan (May 2020)
Manose (May 2020)
Give Great Thanks
Stories and Sufi Music
Gil Ron Shama