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New Dawn Arising - A Universal Moment of Unity

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  • Fri 21 Dec ’12, 9:00pm – 1:00am


Cranmer Square, Cranmer Square, Christchurch


All Ages

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  • Free Admission

A night of meditation, contemplation, prayer, good intention, love, light and inspiration in the heart of our city.

The global vision:
Birth 2012: “100 million people uniting around the world to celebrate the birth of a new era for humanity with great love and fanfare - an historic day of global unity, a potent collective rite of passage with the goal to reach a critical mass of people - 1% of the world - committing to a positive future together.”

‘Birth 2012‘ is an initiative of The Shift Network in the USA - www.birth2012.com.

The Christchurch vision:
It is essential that Christchurch has a presence in this world-wide event! In its present state, our city represents rebirth on a massive scale and being on the international dateline will be the first to embrace the New Dawn. The calling is to co-create in Christchurch a conscious contribution to this global momentum. This event relies on you!

A Universal Moment of Unity - a profound moment of meditation, healing the world.
Come together and share a universal movement of unity, a profound moment of meditation, healing the world. Peaking at 12:11am when the first light of the new dawn enters the earth. At this crucial moment for humanity, we are creating a field to activate a new human consciousness on a universal scale that has never existed before on this earth.

At any point during the night bring your contemplation, your prayer, your good intention, your love, your light and inspiration. We call on groups, organisations and individuals to join us in a powerful movement moment.

Hot chocolate on tap. Bring a candle!

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