Thank you, Gwyneth, for thinking of doing this. It was my first time taking part in an intention group: in at the deep end! The fact that you gave us some ideas about how we might choose to picture the 'person' we were focussing our intention to when we started the quiet intention focus period was very helpful. I used the ideas of light and truth. As a group we had decided that our person was someone with family and connections on both sides of the border. My experience doing it was that the light expanded to take in a lot of other people, the sense of connection (and its paramount importance) increased and the possibility that there might be ways to do things differently began to creep in.
When I thought about the difficulties in Ukraine afterwards, I still had the sense of the light and also possibility (as opposed to feeling stuck, hopeless dread and not being able to bear to think about it at all prior to the session). So, whatever happens in Ukraine, it has been useful to me... And it has inspired me to order Lynne Mctaggart's Power of Eight book. Thank you, too, for letting my friend join in. Ros
As Russian troops mass on the border with Ukraine and diplomacy stalls we come together to tap and form our intention for peace. Jess Mor returned from Kyiv last week and tells us of the determination of the people of Ukraine.
If you were with us please reply with your experience of this intention group both during and after. Senders often receive benefit themselves.
If you were not with us you can watch the video and form your own intention for peace