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MedMob; Take a Seat for Peace

    SoulFish
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    MedMob; Take a Seat for Peace

    MedMob; Take a stand Seat for Peace

    The MedMob (Meditation Mob- Like a flash mob but less flashy) was started by a yoga instructor named Ben Heath who organized a public meditation event in Austin Texas years ago. He guessed that maybe a handful of his friends would show up but instead 50+ people joined him in meditating for Peace on the steps of the capitol building. The next month, 250 people showed up.

    “Seeing 20, 30, 350 people sitting in meditation starts to have a major impact,” Heath says. “When everybody, from every walk of life, is invited to experience it, you create a global community.”

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SB6ie25_fFw

    Not long after that 10 more cities including La Manzanilla, Mexico staged MedMobs on the same day. Soon after, groups in 25 cities participated, then people from all walks of life and all areas of expertise in meditation sat together in 80 cities including locations in Japan, Australia, Israel and Kenya. There is an hour of meditation followed by an 11 minute “sound bath” of rolling Oms.

    “No one is touching or speaking, but we’re holding the space with one another, sharing our vibrations.” –Ola Akinmowo; Yoga instructor and founder of the Brooklyn New York chapter.

    I haven't caught wind of this profoundly impactful experience happening anywhere recently and wonder why. Anyone here participate in those original medmobs? Can you imagine if rather than SJW's and antifa and alt-rights and whoever else, however they may identify. Imagine if folks in masks and riot gear, all screaming at one another fists raised were replaced by hundreds of peacefully present people and rolling Om's?

    Thoughts?

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