The light center we took a day trip to, a couple of weeks ago, is dedicated to prayer for personal and planetary transformation. It is in Black Mountain, NC. It is open 24/7 for prayer and meditation. It is owned and operated by the United Research, Inc.
The building is circular and there is a room which is set up with lights and comfortable chairs. A panel of light surrounding the room below ceiling height is programmed to shine one color at a time for four minutes, with one minute of darkness in between each color. The seven colors begin with red, continue with consecutive hues of the rainbow, and end with white light. There are so many people who have prayed and meditated here that there is a very strong energy of peace and of togetherness.
We can all pray for transcending peace where we are and along the lines of our spiritual path. Or you can simply talk to God as you know him/her/it. There are some things which can make our prayers more powerful.
They include: releasing all of your past, all negativity, fears, relationships and judgements to the light.
Understanding you are a light being, a child of the Universe.
Knowing that you can radiate light from your light center to everyone.
Knowing that you can radiate light from your light center to everything.
You are in a bubble of light and only Light can come to you and only Light can be there.
You can thank God for everyone in your life, for everything in your life and most importantly for yourself.
Peace is not the product of terror or fear.
Peace is not the silence of cemeteries.
Peace is not the silence result of violent repression.
Peace is the generous, tranquil contribution of all to the good of all.
Peace is dynamism. Peace is generosity.
It is right and it is a duty.
In all seriousness, this is my fervent prayer every morning at dawn! Thank you, Barbara for the reminder about the positive energy!
Boy, do we all need this right about now!
Praying for peace, always…
I’ve never heard of this place and I live nearby in Asheville!
I live in Arden and the center is in Black Mountain. Google it. It is a wonderful place. Hugs, Barbara