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Wednesday night live - International Day of Peace - Your Inner Climate Challenge

22 September, 2021
(Registration open till December 2025)

Forty Days for the Four Directions

We make an incredible difference to our Earth.

We make a difference by our choices, every time we choose an action that nurtures and nourishes our planet. We make a difference by our words, every time we build bridges of love and respect between people. And above all, we make a difference by the power of our minds and the wisdom within our hearts. 

Can we create a web of light across the four directions of our earth?

This important webinar offers you a challenge - can you make a difference to our Inner Climate with The Salutations to the Four Directions? This sequence is perhaps our greatest tool for influencing the 'human climate' of the Earth. It's the ultimate way to empower your affirmations, to turn your deepest aspirations into a force that's so powerful it can heal the world. 

Help change the world >

Across the years, the Dru team have watched the power of prayer make great contributions to world politics - Bosnia, Syria, Australian fires, and so much more. We'll never be able to prove these efforts, but the synchronicities within them have been awesome. 
 

How you can make a difference:

  • Dedicate a number of Salutations to the Four Directions over the next 40 days to improving our global 'Human Climate'
  • Make a personal pledge to reduce your carbon footprint - less driving, more plant-based food, wear a jumper rather than turning the heater on... We can do so much!
  • Why 40 days? The UN climate conference in Glasgow is one of the most pivotal opportunities for the world to take meaningful action in years. And tonight it will be exactly 40 days away. Can your love and affirmations influence the world political process towards taking effective global action? We will only know by giving it our all! 
     

Our home is important

Astronauts gazing upon the earth are often overwhelmed by the fragile beauty of our 'pale blue dot'*. Science now calls this the 'Overview Effect'. 

Tonight, we're going to take you on a journey into the beauty that lies at the heart of every person, which makes it possible for us to have awe, love and respect for our planet. We'll experience how our linked minds can heal our world, and we'll recall how vital our efforts are in this time of climate crisis. 

You do make a difference. And together, we will heal the world. 

 

* Look again at that dot. That's here. That's home. That's us. On it everyone you love, everyone you know, everyone you ever heard of, every human being who ever was, lived out their lives. The aggregate of our joy and suffering, thousands of confident religions, ideologies, and economic doctrines, every hunter and forager, every hero and coward, every creator and destroyer of civilization, every king and peasant, every young couple in love, every mother and father, hopeful child, inventor and explorer, every teacher of morals, every corrupt politician, every "superstar," every "supreme leader," every saint and sinner in the history of our species lived there--on a mote of dust suspended in a sunbeam. ... To me, it underscores our responsibility to deal more kindly with one another, and to preserve and cherish the pale blue dot, the only home we've ever known.

- Carl Sagan, astronomer, scientist, humanist

Booking

Live event and access to recording

Price: FREE
(a suggested donation of £5 will help us fund this event)

Time: 7pm-8.15pm 

The recording will be available within 24 hours if you can't make the event live.

Dates

Wednesday, September 22, 2021 - 19:00
 to 
20:15
Lauren Prideaux testimonial
Events administrator

If I could tell myself one thing when I started the course, it would be to Believe. To believe in me, in the training, in the higher goal. The course has given me confidence in myself and shown me that I know more than I think, and am more capable than I ever thought. Inspiring individual both tutors and students have given such support to me and it has been truly a life changing experience.

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Retired psychiatric nurse, Saltash

I enjoyed trying different sessions during the day. I feel relaxed and content, open and calm!! Thank you.

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Ayurveda Retreat

Booking myself on to the Dru Ayurvedic Weekend Retreat is one of the best spontaneous decisions I’ve made in a while. I have a reputation for leaving things until the last minute, in this case I booked my place just an hour before it began! I guess that’s one of the benefits of an online course - I didn’t have to physically get there, just make sure I was out of my PJs before the Zoom meeting went live!!! 
After a few weeks of lockdown and spending perhaps a little too much time reading and watching the news, this online retreat gave me a much needed boost of positivity. It was wonderful to connect with all the other people who were attending, to see so many smiling faces, some new and some familiar. 
The content of the course was superbly presented - a good balance of ‘live’ face to face information sharing, question and answer sessions, some ‘live’ yoga, meditation and chanting and then a series of pre recorded videos to watch. We were given plenty of short breaks throughout the day and a nice long lunch break, time to eat, read our notes, watch the videos and get outside for some fresh air.
Alongside the Zoom live video there was excellent support for anyone with technical problems, via the chat box, email or telephone. The chat was also a place to ask questions and share information.
The Dru Team did a great job of putting this weekend retreat together and I wouldn’t hesitate in joining them for another online course in the future. Obviously if I had the choice I’d prefer to be there in person, but this really is a great alternative until we can do that. 
 

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