Michael Bernard Beckwith is joining with others on 11.11.11 to create a movement called PeaceLink. He has a great gift for words, and a great energy of good about him. I like what he is doing. I applaud his efforts. The PeaceLink movement desires to accomplish a great good in this world.
It’s a number of people coming together to create a vibration and coherence all around the world in which individuals will stop and celebrate the infinite possibilities that lie within each and every one of us as spiritual beings and the human incarnation. There’s so much attention being portrayed in the mass media which is disruptive, that shows parts of society which have fallen apart. Yet all at the same time there’s a whole pattern of energy emerging so peacefully, brought about by individuals that are sending out a call to place our attention on that which is seeking to emerge in us, in the human family, and to come together and articulate that—to feel that, to express that, to celebrate that, and to anchor that on the planet on this particular day. We will have an array of artists, speakers, visual artists, dancers, singers, and we will come together and adopt the highest for our planet and reach out to other places [cities] and release that powerful work and joy.
This whole interview is worth reading. Michael Bernard Beckwith does much good, desires to do more, and has a strength of leadership that will lead many to do much more, to contribute, to help out, to make our world a better place.
I desire to work with Michael in The Seven Steps Foundation. He could add much to making it better, to helping it reach the people of this world, and to help it do the great good that it can and will do. I believe in the Seven Steps. I desire all to know about them, to learn from them, to apply them in their lives.
I send my support for the good that PeaceLink is doing, and will do. May others unite in bringing the peace that is so desperately needed in this world.
Source: “PeaceLink 11.11.11, An Interview With Micheal Beckwith,” Vision Magazine, Nov. 2011