World Invocation Day

by Tracey on June 15, 2011

World Invocation Day

Today, Wednesday 15th June 2011 is World Invocation Day, held on the 7th Full Moon each year.

In 1945, the Tibetan Mas­ter, Djwhal Khul, gave to human­ity a “World Invo­ca­tion” to be used by peo­ple from all walks of life, in all reli­gions and in all cultures. The collective use of the Great Invocation can create a channel in consciousness through which the divine Plan can work out.

World Invocation Day is a world day of prayer and meditation when men and women of every spiritual path join in a universal appeal to divinity and use the Great Invocation. Together they focus the invocative for humanity for light, love and spiritual direction needed to build a world of justice, unity and peace. Each year, since 1952, people everywhere have celebrated World Invocation Day, joining in the affirmation of the oneness of humanity and the responsibility of humanity for the working out of the divine Plan on earth.

The Great Invocation

From the point of Light within the mind of God
Let light stream forth into human minds
Let Light descend on Earth.

From the point of Love within the Heart of God
Let love stream forth into human hearts
May the Coming One return to Earth.

From the centre where the Will of God is known
Let purpose guide all little human wills
The purpose which the Masters know and serve.

From the centre which we call the human race
Let the Plan of Love and Light work out
And may it seal the door where evil dwells.

Let Light and Love and Power restore the Plan on Earth.

It is also a Full Moon Total Lunar Eclipse on Thursday 16th June 6.15am (Melbourne, Australia) at 24o 23’ Sagittarius, very close to the Galactic Centre of 26o 52’ Sagittarius .

The Galactic Centre is the rotational centre of our Milky Way galaxy.

According to the NASA Eclipse website, the Moon passes deeply through the Earth’s umbral shadow during this rather long eclipse period – the total phase lasts 100 minutes. The entire event will be seen from the eastern half of Africa, the Middle East, central Asia and western Australia. Eastern Asia, eastern Australia, and New Zealand will miss the last stages of this eclipse because it occurs after moonset. Look outside at 5.15am, just before sunrise in the morning for this spectacular alignment of our Sun and our Moon – at the Galactic Centre.

Read more at http://moonstarhealth.com

His Holiness The 14th Dalai Lama continues his visit around Australia.

Live Stream of His Holiness talks can be watched in the comfort of your own home.

Visit http://www.ustream.tv/dalailamaliveaustralia

All major religious traditions carry basically the same message, that is love, compassion and forgiveness the important thing is they should be part of our daily lives”  The Dalai Lama

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