World Water Day on Sunday – Be A Part of Worldwide Action

UNIFY water memeWe cannot escape the news, or the situation being covered in the news—of an impending water crisis in our world. It’s not just the parched agriculture zones of California or the ragged desserts of Western Africa that are suffering…the water crisis is a world crisis, and calls for a world response.

Sunday, March 22, is World Water Day, and a chance for you to answer a global call to action. UNIFY and Uplift are partnering to organize a worldwide day of synchronized meditation and action in hundreds of international locales. Communities around the globe will come together to pray, meditate, and hold ceremonies at water sources in their region.

In addition to organized actions in 600 locations, there will be a streaming broadcast from the Ganges River in India featuring water luminaries and scientists talking about the consciousness of water and solutions to the water challenges we are facing on our planet. Surf the UNIFY website to find actions near you, AND some places online for you to check out on Sunday are:

*1:00pm-5:30pm (Pacific time) “The Shift Network #LoveWater Telesummit.

*5:30pm-7:00pm (Pacific time) UPLIFT #LoveWater Global Webcast.

*6:00pm (Pacific time) UNIFY #LoveWater Moment of Synchronization collective meditation and prayer around the world, intended to be the largest ever synchronized mediation.

Get involved, take some time to dedicate your energy and intention to healing our water on Sunday, use the hashtag #LoveWater, and be an advocate and steward for solutions to our planet’s water problems.

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