Ribbons of Light

Rainbow Light Foundation

Copyright © 2001 to 2015 Rainbow Light Foundation

Meditation enquiries:  meditation@rainbowlightfoundation.net

Global Peace Meditation



Ribbons of Light:  Blog Article

“We can unite in one mind, as citizens of planet earth.” Masaru Emoto

An article describing Ribbons of Light and the significance of meditating at the quarters of the clock - 3.00,  6.00,  9.00,  12.00

Ribbons of Light

provides an opportunity for like-minded people

to come together wherever they may be

to focus a collective energy of Peace through Meditation.

A Weekly Focus for Global Peace

Please connect in meditation during the coming week,

wherever you are and in your local time, for up to 15 minutes,

at any one of the hours of 

3.00,  6.00,  9.00,  12.00

to provide a positive flow of energy, assisting those in need around the world.

We invite you to join us for this meditation.

Simply close your eyes and join with us in sending
positive thoughts of Peace and Harmony worldwide.

You may accompany your meditation with The Peace Tones

Rainbow Light Foundation teaches a simple, safe and effective form of meditation:

Emerald Alignment Meditation

Asking for protection and justice for environmental defenders worldwide.

Current Focus

For one week from

Tuesday 21st April 2015


“A Hidden Crisis”

An increasing number of people are being killed in the process of protecting the environment.  The demand for products like timber, beef, palm oil and rubber is growing and governments, companies and bootleggers are exploiting land with little regard for the people who live on it.  Kidnappings, threats and unjust prosecutions for ‘terrorism’ are inflicted on those who stand in the way of ‘development’.  Often the law of the gun reigns, with security forces firing on protesters and hired assassins killing those who oppose corporate or state interests in the takeover of land and rivers.  The campaign group Global Witness says that the killings of environmental activists have risen by 20% in the last year and many of the victims are members of indigenous groups.  For example, four Peruvian tribal leaders were murdered on their way to a meeting to discuss how to expel gangs of illegal loggers from their ancestral lands.