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Day 32 - Om Shanti Om - 40 Days Chanting for Healing and Transformation

Monday the 14th of December at 6pm

to celebrate New Moon Chanting and the Solar Eclipse- Live zoom session - REGISTER FOR THE EVENT HERE!

Om Shanti,

Today I am sharing with you mantra Om Shanti Om, known as a peace mantra.

Om Shanti is in fact an invocation for peace, whenever we use the word Om - a sound of creation - we invoke the quality of the Divine. Together with Shanti - Peace - we invoke Peace on Earth. May this beautiful intention manifest in our world and in any place on our planet.

On Monday we have a New Moon, also a Solar Eclipse in Sagittarius. This final Eclipse of the year is going to open up and anchor us into some powerful energies. Next week the Sun aligns with the Galactic Center. At this point some major energy is going to open up and steam in from the Central Sun preparing us for the Winter Solstice. Expect some major light body upgrades. The rest of this month will be full of light codes and much higher frequencies. These are the energies of 2021 we are beginning to feel. Make sure your using this Eclipse Gateway. It can be powerful for manifesting or healing. We are feeling the energies of Monday’s New Moon amplified by the next Solar Eclipse. It’s the perfect time to be setting some positive intentions or to be meditating*.

On Monday you are very welcome to join us for another powerful live chanting sessions via zoom to celebrate the New Moon and the Solar Eclipse - REGISTER FOR THE EVENT HERE!

Enjoy chanting for Peace today,

Om Shanti


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