Free Group Meditations Focus on Humanity’s Evolution




Anyone interested in using meditation for personal evolution, as well as for the evolution of humanity, is invited to participate in free group Transmission Meditations offered Sundays at 9:30 a.m. and Wednesdays at 7:15 p.m. at Ever'man Cooperative, located at 315 West Garden Street in Pensacola.

John O’Neill of Share International USA Network Southeast, which coordinates the sessions, says Transmission Meditation is a simple but potent method that doesn't require a lot of reading. There is never a fee to participate in a session. 

“Millions of people are turning to meditation, for many reasons,” he says. “This is one great way to get in better touch with your higher self and speed up your own evolution while helping the entire human family at the same time. It’s a service that supports all the great changes taking place now that will lead to a brand-new, peaceful world, far lovelier than most of us can imagine. This is a meditation that we can be involved in for the rest of our lives, knowing that we are helping the evolution of humanity.”

More than 600 Transmission groups in 40 countries meet on a regular basis, motivated solely by the intention and desire to serve, he says, adding, “Once a routine is established, it often becomes a special and important point of focus in each individual’s life.” 

For more information about Transmission Meditation, visit TransmissionMeditation.org. To learn more about Share International USA Network Southeast, visit Share-International.us/se/

 

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