Tomorrow is 7-7-17 and there’s a lot to this number and this day!
First, Ringo Starr of The Beatles fame is celebrating his 77th birthday. As part of his annual celebration, Ringo invites everyone everywhere to join in a Global Synchronized WAVE of Peace and Love.
Join The Wave
Just think, say, or post #PeaceandLove at Noon your local time and you’ll be joining this wave of “Peace & Love” that will be moving over the planet on July 7 starting at Noon in New Zealand and ending at Noon in Hawaii.
Visit Ringo’s Facebook page and wish him a happy birthday with the #peaceandlove hashtag and your location. And spread #peaceandlove to your community (online and off).
Here’s Ringo’s Video Invitation
Here’s Ringo’s Article
All you need is love,
— the UNIFY Team
significance of 7The number 7 is the seeker, the thinker, the searcher of Truth (notice the capital “T”). The 7 doesn’t take anything at face value — it is always trying to understand the underlying, hidden truths. The 7 knows that nothing is exactly as it seems and that reality is often hidden behind illusions.
Summer of Love Turns 50
with a Global Call to ActionMartin Luther King stated that “hatred can not drive out hatred, only love can do that”, but what does that love look like when it is put into action? The Summer of Love in 1967 gave us a template for a great awakening of consciousness, love, and social action. 50 years later we see a global movement that is not content to overindulge nostalgic sentimentality, yet we must remember the roots to this dream of peace, love, and understanding.Something new is blossoming from the seeds that were planted in those turbulent times.
Today we address the challenges of this time with a renewed sense of purpose, and urgency using creativity, technology, and a fearless love for the immense blessing of life.
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At UNIFY we share virtual and in-person transformational experiences that support your most passionate, peaceful, purposeful, and amazing life.
We also organize global synchronized meditations and days of social action. We now have more than 10,000 organizers that bring their communities together for campaigns we launch on Peace Day, Earth Day, Water Day, and more.
Thank you for doing your part every day!
In the Land of the Aardvarks
Hello once again, Friends!
We are in the final countdown to the end of our crowdfunding campaign and want to share the latest news with you. Our total on the Indiegogo website right now states that we have raised $11,973.00 – 18% of our $68,000.00 goal. However, because of YOUR participation in this campaign we have raised awareness and reached donors who chose to give directly to MBY Productions. If we add their donations to our “official” total on the Indiegogo website we have raised $22, 248.00 – almost 33% of our original goal – we have momentum! Thank you so much for your generous and ongoing support and continuing to share this effort. Our campaign ends July 9th so there is still time to reach that magic number – do you think we can do it?!
Just a reminder of this limited Indiegogo Perk: Premium seating for a special concert with:
PETER YARROW & NOEL PAUL STOOKEY (of PETER, PAUL AND MARY)
Saturday, October 7, 8:00 PM at The Historic Pantages Theatre in Minneapolis. Peter and Noel Paul have reserved 100 of the best main floor seats for Indiegogo donors. Your donation of $150.00 gets you 1 ticket, pre-show (7:00-7:30 PM) Meet And Greet with Peter and Noel Paul AND an autographed Peter, Paul, and Mary CD – The Prague Sessions. All profits go to finance the production of our film. Please note: Multiple tickets will require multiple donation payments.
PETER YARROW AND NOEL PAUL STOOKEY IN CONCERT TICKETS ON INDIEGOGO
And don’t forget about all the other fabulous perks we have for donors to our film on our Indiegogo site, including a hand-painted and personalized Peter Yarrow guitar, Peter, Paul, and Mary cds, books, Eugene McCarthy titles, campaign buttons, and much, much more.
“E Komo Mai”
Children of the Rainbow
Ohana Hula Festival Luau Day
DATE: AUGUST 19, 2017
Come meet the Grand Master’s from Hawai’i & the World
A Drug Free “Alcohol Free” Ohana Family Gathering
beginnings with Hula, Music, and our Ohana Luau.
Tickets are $25 for Adults | Ages: 13-21 are $10 | Children 1-12 age Are Free
Kupuna ages 80 and above Are Free
Order Your Tickets:
Email Us Directly: firstname.lastname@example.org
The 4th Annual Black Hills Unity Concert Honoring The Elders, Protecting The Earth, Uniting the People
THE 4TH ANNUAL
BLACK HILLS UNITY CONCERT
HONORING THE ELDERS, PROTECTING THE EARTH, UNITING THE PEOPLE
The 4th annual Black Hills Unity Concert, occurring September 8-10, 2017, advocates for the return of the guardianship of the Black Hills to its Original Caretakers: the Indigenous Peoples of the Plains. Over the years, we have amplified the story of how this most sacred area was granted by Congress to the Plains People in perpetuity and then stolen during the Gold Rush. The history of the issue was summed up by Supreme Court Justice Harry Blackmun when he said, “A more ripe and rank case of dishonest dealings may never be found in our history.”
While the long-term goal of the concert is to fuel the movement for the return of the Hills, we cannot help but hear the immediate cries of the people and the earth happening right now. For this reason, the Black Hills Unity Concert has also become a launch pad for people and organizations addressing issues such as language extinction, cultural erosion, water protection, uranium contamination, youth suicide, sustainable economic development, self-sufficiency and self-determination, racial division, the protection of Indigenous women and many others.
The fourth and final year of the concert at this location is a year of gratitude, celebration and community service. We seek to continue our tradition of creating spaces where native and non-native leaders can unite for the healing of our earth. As such, the concert is designed to achieve the following ambitions goals:
- Articulate the Black Hills Issue to the Global Community Strongly and Clearly
- Facilitate the Transmission of Traditional Knowledge from Elders to the Next Generation
- Honor and Celebrate the Protectors of Water, Air and Land
- Honor Indigenous Leadership and Knowledge
- Uplift, Encourage and Be Present for the Youth
- Mobilize the Community to Address Immediate Issues
- Unite Key Indigenous Elders from around the World to Honor Sacred Sites
- Generate Global Advocacy for All Sacred Sites and Articulate their Role in Healing Mother Earth
We are committed to creating and strengthening alliances to create much needed solutions now, and in the future. We would love to uplift your work, as well as have your assistance in the form of Indigenous leadership and guidance, media and distribution, on-the-ground volunteers, funding, concert infrastructure, attendance and participation, knowledgeable elders and so much more.
Thank you for taking the time to learn more about the Black Hills Unity Concert. Please visit our website (www.TheUnityConcert.org) or Facebook page (The Black Hills Unity Concert) for updates and information.
Message from Erin Summers
I am writing to let you know about a day long training that my friend and fellow minister is teaching on July 5th in my hometown of Grass Valley, CA. She is teaching this on the 5th and then we will be headed to HoneyRoot to facilitate on July 6th-9th http://honeyroot.org/
In this day-long introductory course, you will learn about and experience the power and benefit of the raindrop technique. Developed in the 90s by D. Gary Young, this technique has profound effects on the body, mind and soul. Gentle yet incredibly powerful, this technique can provide support and relief from a variety health concerns, especially those involving the spine, back, respiratory and immune systems. Variations of raindrop have also been known to support individuals suffering from certain neurologically-related disorders. Safe for adults and children alike – in this training Tatiana will also cover how to do raindrop on children. This is also a complimentary modality for those of you who do body work.