Today I announced a project I have been working on secretly for over 5 months. Below is the blog “note” I posted at http://facebook.com/restoringtibet
Since Facebook added their “Notes” feature, I know they can also pull the feature at any time and so I decided to run a sister blog here at my regular stress relief and law of attraction blog.
Announcing “Restoring Tibet”
I woke up on January 29th this year with an incredible idea, an audacious idea, an amazing idea…and I said “YES” to it. Today I’m announcing it to the world, and I want You to be among the first to know about it. Until today, I’ve been working alone on all the aspects of preliminary planning. But I can’t do this alone. We need to join together in the millions to pull off this miracle: Return the Dalai Lama to Tibet.
I invite you to be part of the biggest peaceful manifestation in history. All it takes is willingness. Signups for free online events and downloadable gifts will be coming soon.
Watch the short video here: https://youtu.be/zQukDDUkIPI
We are joining globally in online meditations and events to bring forth, from out of the field of infinite possibilities, the Dalai Lama’s return to Tibet. Participants will learn how to better use the law of attraction to create more joy, prosperity, and happiness in their own lives, too.
Events start 9/11 but Early Birds can enjoy meditations, videos and updates at http://facebook.com/restoringtibet
Here’s a quote from Neale Donald Walsch that will help you understand the magnitude of what we’ll be doing together. “The larger the creation, the more power will be required to modify it. If we are talking about you being hungry, you can modify that creation relatively easily. If we are talking about world hunger, it will take more power (that is, more of you) to alter the creation, to recreate it anew. This is something most humans have been to date unwilling to do. These and other non-beneficial worldwide conditions, all created by humanity, exist not because they cannot be changed, but because there has not been the collective will to do so. Where there is a will, there is a way.” Neale Donald Walsch