Gaeta (IT)

Walking in Unity with Annette Kaiser – Gaeta (IT)

WALKING IN UNITY will take place in MONTE ORLANDO at 22.00.

It is a nocturnal journey that allows us all to live in silence the experience of being together in the same intent as a more united and conscious humanity.

The journey will take place in a group, but in the autonomy of a profound silence of those who want to love what is being talked about.

USEFUL INFORMATION:

PLACE AND HOURS DEPARTURE: BAR CHIAR DI LUNA (below Monte Orlando) 9.30pm-9.45pm ON FOOT.

CAR PARKS: SURROUNDING AREAS

DURATION: 22.00-00.30

COURSE: CAMMINO DI GRUPPO SUL MONTE ORLANDO

CLOTHING: COMFORTABLE AND ANTI-HUMIDITY

USEFUL EQUIPMENT: SMALL TORCH

NO CHILDREN – NO ANIMALS IN ORDER TO SUPPORT A CONCENTRATION ATMOSPHERE

IN CASE OF RAIN: SUSPENSION OF THE EVENT

We are all aware that humanity today is facing changes – locally and globally like never before: climate change, social injustice, an imbalance between poverty and wealth; even more issues on ecology such as the lack of drinking water, the need for balance of resources and energy. The list is almost endless.

This situation is an invitation for us human beings to look beyond towards a deeper understanding of what is happening in our world.

Einstein said that one cannot solve a problem with the same mentality that generated it.

We must therefore look at it from a higher perspective in order to recognize the underlying models to find solutions.

By analyzing in depth the root of today’s changes, we could describe it as a crisis of growth.

This means two things: we can destroy our planet or take a further step in our development.

What is the essence of this step?

Understanding deeply in our hearts that life is One.

If many of us realize this way of life, we have the opportunity to create a more peaceful world together. A world that is in harmony with everything that exists.

Location:                 Parco di Monte Orlando

Start:                         Saturday, June 15th, 22.00 pm

End:                            Sunday, June 16th, 02.00 am

Cost:                          Free