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A Prayer for Our Planetary Community

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Om.

May the universal Law of Peace enlighten the souls of the heads of state in all nations, especially those now possessing nuclear weapons.

May a deep mutual respect inspire the leaders of the countries which, from a short-term viewpoint and in a military perspective, seem to be the most powerful on Earth.

The higher powers on this planet are not military.

May the Western countries have due respect for Life. Nothing prevents them from acting according to the elevated ethical precepts present in their best religious and philosophical traditions.

By avoiding hypocrisy, Western governments will help build a true planetary community, based on mutual assured help – and on sincerity, and goodwill.

I hope in due time nuclear weapons become museum pieces; useful reminders of an unhappy time when ignorance and misinformation seemed to reign among us.

Om, shanti. Om. Namaskar.
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The above prayer and meditation can be practised anywhere, at any moment, individually or in group.

Damodar K. Mavalankar wrote:

“…We believe prayer is the giving of expression to the desire, which generates Will. And this WILL is all-powerful; its effect depending, of course, upon all the surrounding conditions.” (In the article “On Prayer”)
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Read more:

* The Fourfold Placenta.

* A Prayer for the World.

* Old Prophecies and Atomic War.

* The World War in Our Minds.

* How We Fabricate Scapegoats.

About the Author
Born in Brazil in 1952, Carlos Cardoso Aveline is a journalist by profession and author of the book “The Fire and Light of Theosophical Literature”. He has other works published on esoteric philosophy and ecology. The editor of “The Aquarian Theosophist”, Cardoso Aveline thinks Judaism, Jewish philosophy and Israel have important roles to play in the ethical rebirth the world needs in the present century. He lives in Portugal and directs the Library and Research Center of the Independent Lodge of Theosophists, whose associated websites include www.TheosophyOnline.com and www.HelenaBlavatsky.Org .
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