~ The Golden Light Centre for Well-Being Inc.
In 2004, I was ordained as a Minister of Spiritual Peacemaking.
I made a commitment to have peace in my life by saying “YES,
YES, YES” to peace. Try saying these words. They are
so powerful and grounding. Once I made this commitment,
I had to take action steps to begin creating it and to being
truly peaceful. It an exciting process as my vision of peace
expanded beyond me and my family to our global community.
I had volunteered for years with the YMCA International
Development programs in third world nations. Now, I could
feel my connection to those people again. It was very humbling
and beautiful. I could see a vision of a New Earth.
The time for peace is now! Throughout the world, millions
of people desire peace. A wonderful shift is happening that
will create a world of love and compassion. This is the
time for all of us to discover our peaceful path, our inner
peace. The world needs each of us to make this transformation
so we can create universal peace to form a global community
of trust, sharing and understanding. Everyone deserves abundance,
peace and freedom. We all have an active role in our daily
lives to make a global community of peace a reality. This
shift, predicted by the ancients, is happening now, in spite
of the wars and conflicts that will end. The light of love
always outshines darkness.
How can you assist humanity and our planet to create a New
Earth? You begin within your Sacred Heart space with reverence
for all life, and spread your joy and peace to others in
your daily life. A beautiful way is simply to see each person
as worthy and deserving of all life’s gifts and to
see each as a Beloved. As all of your actions are full of
love and compassion, your service naturally evolves from
your passionate heart to enrich your life and the lives
of others. You are now a spiritual peacemaker.
Excerpt from – In Silence, Discovering Self through
Meditation, by Author, Jane Rosalea Booth
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