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Public Ceremony of Silo’s Message – New York

Do not let a day pass by without giving an answer to yourself about who you are.
Do not let a day pass by without giving an answer to yourself about where you are going.

We invite you Tuesday August 15th from 7 to 8pm to share a Ceremony of Silo’s Message. With two simple meditations we’ll try to connect with our internal force and to ask for well-being for our loved ones.

We’ll gather in Union Square next to the Gandhi statue.
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Phone: (347) 463-7527

Silo’s Message in different Parks and Squares of New York

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During this summer, Ceremonies and events of Silo’s Message are taking place in different Parks and Squares of New York. We came from Argentina to share our internal experiences and hope to extend knowledge of Silo’s Message. We’d love for more people to feel the inspiration and register this deep search of meaning.

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Spring Seasonal 2013

Hudson Valley Park – 3/23/2013
On March 23rd, 2013, we gathered at the Hudson Valley Park for our Spring Seasonal Celebration.
It was a great day among friends, new and old! The Park was beautiful and covered with a few inches of snow but because it was sunny it was not cold. So we were able to walk in the forest and down by the waterfall. One person was inspired by the stream and crossed it in his bare feet.
There was lots of good conversation and a meditation of Well-Being as well as a feast of diverse food. Now we’re just waiting for the warm weather and the blossoming of the forest!
a big hug
Nicole

Ceremony of Well-Being and Safety for the People of Japan

Union Square, New York – 3/20/2011
My name is Emiko, and I don’t have a title. I am an ordinary citizen. I am here today, because I like all of you,

I am deeply affected by what has happened in Japan, what continues to happen, and what the future maybe. This is a tragedy beyond ethnicity, beliefs and borders. This is a tragedy for all humanity.

In time of great need, people come together. We come together to comfort each other, and to ease our pain and suffering. In the darkest and most challenging moments, our love comes from the depth of our hearts, and it truly manifests. It gives us strength, to reach out to one another with warm kindness. We, the people of New York, want the people of Japan to know, that we are all in this together, and we want them to receive our love.

In time of great need, people need hope. When the sky is dark, stars guide us through the night. Hope is a star, and let it be a guiding light. Let hope lead us to the dawn. As an old Japanese phrase has it, “Hii Izuuruu qunee, Nippon” – The Sun Rises from Japan. The dawn will come, and the sun will rise.

I invite you join me now to light a candle – a symbol of hope. With a light in our hands and warmth in our hearts, we would like to do a “Ceremony of Well-being and Safety,” inspired by “Silo’s Message.” This brief ceremony if a communal and shared experience of sending our love and hope, for the well-being and safety of the people of Japan, and all those affected by these events.
Nicole Myers