December 22nd, A good day to orgasm for peace.
Aloha Dragonflyers, and HAPPY WINTER SOLSTICE!
With the Winter Solstice upon us, I’m writing to let you know about one (far out) approach to peace presented by a group called Global Orgasm. It may or may not work to concentrate our energies on peace while having this peak rush of energy—but what the heck. It doesn’t hurt (and only feels good) to try! Besides, it doesn’t cost a thing AND it may just work!:
To quote from www.GlobalOrgasm.org Mission Statement:
The mission of the Global Orgasm is to effect change in the energy field of the Earth through input of the largest possible surge of human energy. Here is a demo of how it all works. http://www.globalorgasm.org/demo.html
The intent is that the participants concentrate any thoughts during and after orgasm on peace. The combination of high- energy orgasmic energy combined with mindful intention may have a much greater effect than previous mass meditations and prayers.
The goal is to add so much concentrated and high-energy positive input into the energy field of the Earth that it will reduce the current dangerous levels of aggression and violence throughout the world.
Global Orgasm is an experiment open to everyone in the world.
The intent is that the participants concentrate any thoughts during and after orgasm on peace. The combination of high- energy orgasmic energy combined with mindful intention may have a much greater effect than previous mass meditations and prayer.
So, my dear Dragonflyers, I mention this concept to you just in case you want to do your part in this experiment. And spread the word. If this idea doesn’t interest you, please simply erase it from your mind and enjoy your day in whatever way makes you happy.
I wish all Dragonflyers the very happiest of holidays. May you experience perfect health, enjoy every opportunity to celebrate life—and may your most treasured dreams be fulfilled.
Aloha nui loa,
PS While I was on the North Shore of Oahu, I had the good fortune to meet an amazing digital art photographer, Red Mahan, who asked me to pose for a photo at sunset. Lucky me!