23 September 2014
Spring Equinox in the South
Autumn Equinox in the North
-All are welcome to participate in this event -
The Earth Heal Geoharmonic Research Project will be hosting a group distant healing event for participants around the world on Equinox, Tuesday, 23 September 2014.
Our event will begin at 17:00 or 5 pm GMT/Universal Time and continue for about 4 hours, ending around 9 pm GMT/Universal Time. To check the starting time of this event in your part of the world, please go to this link.
Note: There is an Early Bird Special of 10% discount on all new and gift memberships registered by 11 pm GMT/UTC on 20 September 2014. See this link for more info.
Those in disadvantaged circumstances can ask to be included on a pro bono basis. If this applies to you, and you would like to be a participant in this treatment and receive healing on a personal level as well as being part of the group holding the energy for the planet, please feel free to contact us at earthhealadmin [at] gmail [dot] com, with the subject line, "Pro-bono participant - September Equinox event".
The treatment will include more than 200 participants globally, and will be facilitated in Bahia, Brazil by Edna Spennato, working under guidance from the collective Higher Self of the group.
Nine surrogates, in Brazil and other parts of South America, South Africa, the UK, the USA and Austria will anchor incoming healing energy during the treatment process and release the energies that are "no longer needed" on behalf of the participants and the planetary morphic field as a whole.
For more info about this event and the experience of participating, please go to this link.
To read feedback from participants in the 20 March Equinox event, please go to this link.
For info on how to register as a non-member participant in the Equinox event, please go to this link.
For info about annual membership to Earth Heal, please go to this link.
For info on how to include guests in the Equinox event, please go to this link.
The participant's registration form can be viewed at this link.
The September equinox signals the beginning of autumn in the Northern Hemisphere and spring in the Southern Hemisphere. It marks that special moment when the sun crosses the celestial equator going from north to south. This equinox comes on September 23 at 02:29 GMT/UTC. Although the equinox happens at the same moment worldwide, the clock times vary by time zone. In the U.S. this equinox comes on September 22 at 10:29 p.m. EDT, 9:29 p.m. CDT, 8:29 p.m. MDT or 7:29 p.m. PDT. [Source].
What is an equinox? The equinox is an event that happens in Earth’s orbit around the sun. Simultaneously, it happens on the imaginary dome of our sky. The imaginary celestial equator is a great circle dividing the sky into Northern and Southern Hemispheres. The celestial equator wraps the sky directly above Earth’s equator. At the equinox, the sun crosses the celestial equator, to enter the sky’s northern hemisphere.
Because Earth doesn’t orbit upright, but is instead tilted on its axis by 23-and-a-half degrees, Earth’s Northern and Southern hemispheres trade places in receiving the sun’s light and warmth most directly. We have an equinox twice a year – spring and fall – when the tilt of the Earth’s axis and Earth’s orbit around the sun combine in such a way that the axis is inclined neither away from nor toward the sun.
At the equinox, Earth’s two hemispheres are receiving the sun’s rays equally. Night and day are approximately equal in length. The word equinox comes from the Latin aequus (equal) and nox (night).
The earliest humans spent more time outside than we do. They used the sky as both clock and calendar. They could easily see that the sun’s path across the sky, the length of daylight, and the location of the sunrise and sunset all shift in a regular way throughout the year.
Our ancestors built the first observatories to track the sun’s progress. One example is at Machu Picchu in Peru, where the Intihuatana stone, shown below, has been shown to be a precise indicator of the date of the two equinoxes and other significant celestial periods. The word Intihuatana, by the way, literally means for tying the sun.
Earth’s two hemispheres are receiving the sun’s rays equally now. Night and day are approximately equal in length. The name ‘equinox’ comes from the Latin aequus (equal) and nox (night).
General info about the upcoming Equinox event
During the treatment process, each participant will receive healing on an healing on an individual level and as being part of the work done for the group of participants as a whole, and will also be anchoring the planetary healing energies in their part of the world, releasing disharmonic energy and receiving healing energy on a collective level.
We use a cutting-edge distant healing method known as Synchronization Harmonics, and for those who have never before experienced distant healing work, this is the ideal opportunity.
After each healing event, feedback and detailed reports about what came up during the treatment process for the group, as well as for the collective consciousness on a planetary level, are mailed to participants.
First-time participants should send their details and pics to us at earthhealadmin [at] gmail as soon as possible, and no later than noon GMT/UTC on Tuesday, 23 September 2014.
>> List of all links related to this event
>> Starting times around the world for the Equinox event
>> More info about the event and the experience of participating
>> Feedback from participants after the 20 March Equinox event
>> How to be included as a participant in the event
>> Payment details for participants in this event
>> How to include guests in this event
>> Participant's registration form
>> Information about annual membership to Earth Heal
>> Everything You Need To Know About the September Equinox
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