Update: The audio recording of this meditation session is now available for order. Go to Post of 15 May 2014 to read the event highlights and product information.
What is Wesak Festival
Wesak Day falls on the full moon day of Indian month of Vaisakh (Wesak), corresponding to the month of May. It marks Lord Gautama Buddha’s birth on earth, his attainment of buddhahood and departure from physical body. An Ascended Master on the Spiritual Hierarchy, Lord Buddha has undertaken to return to the world annually on this day to shed upon it a flood of blessing. This particular day is called the Wesak Festival and there will be tremendous outpouring of beneficent forces on this occasion which occurs at the Wesak Valley near Mount Kilas in the Himalayas. Participated by all Ascended Masters and hosted by Lord Buddha, Wesak each year is the high point of incoming spiritual energies to the Earth where humanity receives the highest frequency of light, stimulating the spirit of love, brotherhood and goodwill.
- Messages from the Spiritual Hierarchy and Lord Buddha
- The Wesak Festival Ceremony
- Anchoring the Wesak Blessings at Shamballa, City of Light, at Gobi Desert
- Meditation on receiving Wesak’s blessings
- Recitation of Loving Kindness prayer and dedication of merits
- Healing for individual participants (subject to time availability)
Be A Conduit For The Wesak Blessings!
Wesak is a time for all Lightworkers to join in spiritual fellowship, celebration and solidarity demonstrating the unity of all Paths to Source. Wesak is where the greatest window for mass enlightenment can occur on a planetary level. In line with law of nature, divine forces will take advantage of great congregations of devotional people as useful channels for outpouring of blessing. By participating in the wesak festival meditation, not only do you receive the divine blessings, you also serve to spread a conduit of the divine light.
Date: 14th May 2014 (Wednesday) Full Moon
Time: 7.30pm to 9.30pm
Venue: Singapore Council of Women’s Organisation (SCWO), 96, Waterloo Street, Singapore, 187967.Location Map: go to http://www.scwo.org.sg/index.php/contact
Fees: $30 per person. Payment at Door
Register: Email Andy at firstname.lastname@example.org