Welcome to Permanent Prayer for Peace.

The intention for this site is to create a permanent online prayer for peace. Focusing on spirituality rather than any religion or creed this ‘prayer’ is universal. Originally a daily update that began in 2010 and ran for just over two years it feels more than ever that we need to focus our intention on not only peace, but also joy and love.

The following words, and the words in Choosing to Bless,  are my inspiration ~

One of the most powerful examples of group feeling and belief affecting a broad geographic area was documented as a daring experiment during the war between Lebanon and Israel that began in 1982. It was during that time that researchers trained a group of people to “feel” peace in their bodies while believing that it was already present within them, rather than simply thinking about it in their minds or praying “for” it to occur. For this particular experiment, those involved used a form of meditation known as TM (Transcendental Meditation) to achieve that feeling.
At appointed times on specific days of the month, these people were positioned throughout the war-torn areas of the Middle East. During the window of time when they were feeling peace, terrorist activities cease, the rate of crimes against people went down, the number of emergency-room visits declined, and the incidence of traffic accidents dropped. When the participants’ feeling changed the statistics were reversed. This study confirmed earlier findings. When a small percentage of the population achieved peace within themselves, it was reflected in the world around them.
The experiments took into account the days of the week, holidays, and even lunar cycles; and the data was so consistent that the researchers were able to identify how many people are needed to share the experience of peace before it’s mirrored in their world. The number is the square root of one percent of the population. This formula produces figures that are smaller than we might expect. For example, in a city of one million people, the number is about 100. In a world of 6 billion it’s just under 8,000. This calculation represents only the minimum needed to begin the process. The more people involved in feeling peace the faster the effect is created. The study became known as the International Peace Project in the Middle East and the results were eventually published in the ‘The Journal of Conflict Resolution’ in 1988.

Gregg Braden
The Spontaneous Healing of Belief

If living in the heart and at peace can have such startling results over a short period of time we can make a huge difference in the world.

Together we can make a difference!

With my blessings and love