As adventurous artists and explorers; lovers of creative self-expression, students of Psychosynthesis, and practitioners of meditation and yoga, we are gathering on a regular basis to embark on a journey of self-discovery to find peace within ourselves. Our mission is to actually experience inner peace while examining the causes of disturbances that tend to block us from feeling peaceful.
The basis for this experiment was the firm belief that the fundamental human nature is peace, and that peace is present everywhere and in everything. The underlying vibration of peace is even behind any and all disturbances we may feel around us or within us. So in order for anyone to experience peace, he/she must remove those disturbances, thereby uncovering the peace that is already there.
On our journey through different countries, the “peace scientists” introspected about all that was happening and released limiting thought patterns, as well as many obstacles and conflicts. By establishing peace within, we realized that our inner peace affected others in the group and therefore helped to manifest peace around us. Whenever the peace vibration was overshadowed by conflicts, people were tested, resulting in agitation, restlessness, and sometimes fear. Not to be deterred, our peace team used different tools to understand and release these conflicts and to continue forward.
Travel was the key element of this peace tour. Our peace team went from one place to another, feeling the vibrations present and tuning in with them. This journey took us to different cities in Europe and the US. Some of the stops included Rome, Florence, and Assisi in Italy; Paris, France; Vienna, Austria; Zurich, Switzerland; and Bratislava, Slovakia. In the US we went to Washington D.C.; Woodstock, NY; New York City, NY; Richmond, VA; Virginia Beach, VA; Los Angeles, CA; San Diego, CA; San Francisco, CA; Sedona, AZ.
Throughout this journey each participant became very sensitive to minor fluctuations in their own attitude and used these fluctuations to form “scientific hypotheses” on how we could change toward feeling more peaceful. In order to study our own feelings and thoughts we had to learn how to detach ourselves from them. This proved to be a difficult process because it took a certain degree of self-mastery. However, the defining element present in the participants was a deep willingness to be part of this process and not to judge one’s self or others around them. We discovered that by releasing negative and limiting patterns a deep feeling of peace that naturally was present in us could be experienced. We ultimately realized that each individual’s journey toward inner peace is vital to the enfoldment of peace in the world.
Read more about recent Peace Tours: Financial Peace Tour 2015