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Start of 2,000 Years of Peace with End of Mayan Calendar

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12.12.12 Meditation Marks Start of 2,000 Years of Peace
with the End of the Mayan Calendar

Tamaki Yacht Club, Auckland

The 12th of the 12th 2012 offers the opportunity for a meditation event like no other. Shekina – Centre of Change is providing a unique experience for spiritual alignment and connection with the earth at this significant time, as the Mayan Calendar draws to a close.

In preparation for 2,000 years of peace after the last 2,000 years of turmoil; master geometrician, reiki master, holistic counsellor and sound healer, Beverly Edwards will lead a powerful meditation and reflection that will plug into the earth chakra Uluru and call on the ancient wisdom of Lemuria to ignite and enlighten those who gather for the experience at the Tamaki Yacht Club in Auckland.

The evening event is being held nine days before 21.12.12, which is the end-date of the 5,125-year-long cycle in the Mesoamerican Long Count calendar. The end of the calendar marks the beginning of a new era – a rebirth into a peaceful age.

“It’s a time when many people will undergo a positive spiritual transformation. The meditation on 12.12.12 will allow participants to tap into the amazing energy and vibrations building during this crucial time in our journey as human beings,” says Bev Edwards, who heads up Shekina – Centre of Change. “Tamaki Yacht Club has been specifically chosen for its beautiful energy and perfect positioning to enable us to unlock this energy – it’s going to be a very powerful gathering full of the promise of peace and love.”

“The more grounded and present you are in your life, the more light you can carry in your cells and the more light you can bring to the planet to help it, and others, to heal,” says Bev. “You’ll feel more anchored and safe to be present in your life; it’s perfect timing to ground and align yourself as we enter a new age.”

The evening will begin with the mesmerising, deep sound of the soulful didgeridoo and crystal bowl together with Bev’s ability to bring through sound and language from the Ancient Elders of the Inner Earth Council, which will enable those who gather at the event to experience deep healing, clarity and transformation.

Biljana Knaap, a DIVINE healer will be activating the template of “The Ka_Rai Symbol”, the female energy resent a culmination of the spiritual practices of the past. She will also activate “Ra_Man”, the template for the new HUMAN; as the Star of David was for the old 3D Human, Ra_Man is the template for the new HUMAN – ONEness manifested.

This will be followed by Bev’s powerful meditation and reflection that will plug into the earth chakra Uluru and call on the ancient wisdom of Lemuria.

“We will tap into the sacred energy contained within Uluru, the base chakra of the planet and into the library of information stored in the crystalline core at the time of Lemuria,” says Bev. “Now is the time to bring forth the gifts we have been given, both for ourselves and for all humanity as we remember our divine role.”

At the 12.12.12 event, you will:

1. Create Heaven on Earth from a place of unity
2. Refresh, recharge and nourish your heart, mind and soul
3. Access deeper yet restful states of concentration and focus
4. Balance and connect to yourself and others as we come into the full meaning of oneness.
“Working with Bev has helped me to awaken to the opportunities waiting at my doorstep and discover my life purpose. I’ve opened the door; I have walked through it and today is a new day…I wonder what kind of fun I am going to have!” - Dee Petit, Sassy Red

DETAILS
Time: 7pm for a 7:30pm start (includes supper)
Venue: Tamaki Yacht Club, 30 Tamaki Drive, Mission Bay, Auckland
Cost: $75 (includes supper)
Register at http://www.iticket.co.nz/events/2012/dec/121212
More information at www.facebook.co.nz/ShekinaHealing

BACKGROUND


Beverly Edwards
Beverley Edwards, a modern day shaman, heads up Shekina – Centre of Change, which focuses on
running meditational workshops to help people release fear and stress, tap into their true potential
as human beings, and connect with the planet and those around them.

She utilises the healing powers of sound, sacred geometry and reiki as well as 20 years experience in
teaching and group facilitation around the world. Bev comes with a wealth of knowledge and deep commitment to the growth and wellbeing of others and helps people to find deeper clarity and connection.

www.facebook.com/shekinahealing www.healingandmeditation.co.nz

Biljana Knaap

Biljana Knaap is a New Zealand based DIVINE healer, teacher, channel, vibrational medicine practitioner,

TFT certified practitioner, reiki master, teacher and facilitator with 25 years of experience in the field.
The co-director of Natures Science Ltd, she is the primary developer of 13 Systems of Natural Health
with 36 individual products. www.naturesscience.co.nz

12.12.12

The date 21.12.12 is regarded as the end-date of a 5,125-year-long cycle in the Mesoamerican Long Count calendar. It marks the conclusion of a b'ak'tun - a time period in the Mesoamerican Long Count calendar which was used in Central America prior to the arrival of Europeans, and closely associated with the Maya civilisation.

A New Age interpretation is that this date marks the start of time in which Earth and its inhabitants may undergo a positive physical or spiritual transformation, and that 2012 marks the beginning of a new era – a ‘rebirth’ into a peaceful age after the conflict and turmoil of the current age.

12.12.12 is a particularly significant date in the lead up to 21.12.12 because it is nine days from the 21st and nine is a number that marks a cycle of completion.

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