Posted by Wes Annac
Thanks to Golden Age of Gaia.
Lightworkers Gather for 53rd Annual Convention
If one needs further proof of people coming together to raise vibrations and advance the vision of a better world – a world that works for everyone – look no further than the most recent convention of the American Society of Dowsers held on June 5-10 in Vermont, USA. The event attracted over 500 participants from as far away as France, Italy, Scotland, Mexico, Hawaii, Puerto Rico and Argentina, as well as many from the United States.
Appropriately titled Dowsing the Golden Age – A Sacred Shift, the convention boasted over 75 speakers with 48 different workshops covering a wide range of topics, including accessing higher dimensional energies, our star family, crop circles, angels, crystals, color therapy, creating joy and grace, working with personal guides, practical ways to increase intuition, keys to living in a post 2012 earth reality, multi-dimensionality, raising vibrations, nutrition, transitioning into the Golden Age, healing frequencies and more.
There was the therapist who discussed how a patient in his office shape shifted from his human self to his galactic self, the channel who showcased photographs of higher dimensional beings, including Ashtar’s fleet, or one speaker who’s known about the shift since he was a young boy, sharing with great certainty that Ascension is upon us now, and how it’s analogous to us being aboard a plane in flight – we’re not aware of how fast we are moving, and while we are “landing” together, we are getting off at different times and our departure or transition is individual and unique to each of us.
In addition to the many workshops, there were healers offering their services, dozens of vendors, yoga, meditation, ecstatic dance, a drumming circle, and an outdoor labyrinth for participants to experience.
One highlight was an evening visit from internationally-acclaimed classical soprano, Shyla Nelson, who is the founder of the One Earth. One Voice. campaign, an environmentally-focused movement through song. Shyla led us in a beautiful West African song, which she has done with millions all over the world. Her goal is to mobilize the global community, highlight our relationship to the planet, and end violence upon the planet in all its forms. Shyla has visited over 70 countries doing this, while carrying a 14-inch diameter glass globe symbolizing the earth and her fragility (see photo above).
The focus of planetary healing and service was a theme throughout. In addition to Shyla’s work to help the planet, the American Society of Dowsers, which sponsored the convention, raised money for its Water for Humanity Fund, which was established in 1991 to provide funding for the development of dug or drilled wells and other aspects of water resources and recovery world wide.
Many came to the convention to experience, share and advance the practice of dowsing to access spirit and one’s higher self. Other participants were not practicing dowsers. Regardless, the event drew people from all over to come together in the spirit of service, growth, community, and the unfoldment of these most historic and exciting times. It was a try joy to experience.
American Society of Dowsers website which includes a schedule of other conventions this year: http://www.dowsers.org/
One Earth. One Voice: http://www.oneearth-onevoice.org/
Comments are open, including for those of you who attended who would like to share your experience.
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