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The Twelve


Peace Circles



“We must be the change we wish to see in the world.”

   - Gandhi  



The SNV Peace Circles are a special set of Peace Circles – 12 documents dedicated to humanity as part of the international Season for Nonviolence campaign. These Twelve Peace Circles were not planned - they evolved, and from moment to moment, I did not know what would emerge.  Here they are.  They were originally created for the 2004 Season for Nonviolence, but they are in fact timeless.  Please feel free to do these meditations at anytime or during the annual Season for Nonviolence.*



x Accessing the Beauty of Soul

x Spontaneous Connections ~ Knowings

x Lifting Soul Clouding

x The Inner Nudge ~ Following your Bliss



x Choosing the Path of Soul

x Making a Healing Choice

x Unconditional Love ~ Simple yet Powerful

x Truth ~ A Stepping Stone to Reclaiming Spirit


Living Consciously

x Harnessing Authentic Power

x A Force More Powerful

x Voice of Compassion

x Living a Committed Life




*  The annual Season for Non Violence (January 30 – April 4) is an international campaign ‘dedicated to demonstrating that non-violence is a powerful way to heal, transform and empower our lives and our communities’. This campaign was inaugurated in 1998 by the M.K. Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence to honour the 50th and 30th memorial anniversaries of Mohandas K. Gandhi and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The Institute was founded by Mahatma Ghandi’s grandson Arun Gandhi and his wife Sunanda.


The vision of the SNV campaign is now being carried by The Association for Global New Thought, an organization that embraces the vision of planetary transformation (reflecting the unity of all life) based on a Universal Spirituality that ‘reflects the core teachings of [all] the world’s great spiritual traditions’. http://www.agnt.org/snv02.htm


With these twelve SNV Peace Circles, we carry a tiny flame of that vision.


“[For] it is the strong man

who can stand up amidst violence being inflicted upon him

                                        and not retaliate with violence.”        

                                                                             - Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King


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