The excitement for 2012 to become a turning point year has been building all year-long and at last we are at our most important choice point as we approach December 21, which millions are anticipating as a profound opportunity to mark a new beginning: Birth 2012.
Do we as a human family commit fully to creating a world that works for all, or do we continue the old ways (and with it the old results)?
The great news is that millions around the world are unifying to say “yes” to a new possibility for humanity, using the start of a new Mayan calendar cycle as an auspicious marker point.
For three days, we’ll spread love, kindness, and hope together in a massive, synchronized effort with events around the world designed to put humanity on a better path.
Like me, you may already be a part of what has become called the Birth 2012 movement, and if so, this is your reminder to go “all in,” to connect with your fellow allies locally, pledge to spread love, and to join the global celebrations.
You can sign up here to find out about all the major events, webcasts, synchronized meditations, and visionary media: Birth 2012.
For example, millions will connect via 12 waves of unity from Dec. 21st to 22nd – synchronized meditations, prayers, and songs worldwide, ranging from a Havdalah prayer from Jerusalem to One Billion Oms led from India to a world peace prayer ceremony from Mt. Fuji to Global Mala Yoga Wave.
All the major 2012-themed global events will be webcast live during an unprecedented 33-hour webcast from December 21(noon Pacific) to December 22(9 pm Pacific).
Your presence is essential to bring this movement alive. So you’ll want to get on the notification list here and get engaged: Birth 2012.
Bestselling author Barbara Marx Hubbard together with The Shift Network’s Stephen Dinan, are leading this movement that includes New York Times bestselling authors Deepak Chopra, Marianne Williamson, Neale Donald Walsch, don Miguel Ruiz, John Perkins, Jack Canfield, and Lisa Nichols.
The movement also includes spiritual leaders Michael Beckwith, Ram Dass, Jean Houston, Shiva Rea, Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev, Oscar Miro-Quesada, Mayan elders, and members of the 13 Indigenous Grandmothers; social change leaders such as Lynne Twist and James O’Dea; and musicians such as Ozomatli, Donna DeLory, and Rickie Byars Beckwith.
That’s quite the line up, don’t you agree? Join in the celebration here: BIRTH 2012
In service to our collective shift, I send you my blessings and wishes for a prosperous and abundant life!