Unity Trust OPERATION LIGHT SUMMIT global initiative to urgently increase light, love and goodwill on Earth and lovingly oppose the dark.
The Unity Trust is a charitable, not-for-profit trust, dedicated to world service fostering unity and promoting spiritually focused education, and meditation.
The Trust is committed to developing several projects such as - GeoWalk, global walking meditation based on sacred geometry, and Meditation Mission, to aid in times of humanitarian and ecological crises.
OPERATION LIGHT SUMMIT
We are now focussed on the urgent task of finding lightworkers to offer solutions to the current planetary crisis, an attack on the freedom and integrity of humanity. OPERATION LIGHT SUMMIT is a global initiative created by the Trust to call lightworkers to this task via a series of round the world, round table meetings.
Use of funds
Funds raised will be used for travel costs, venue hire, and educational material for the first of the OPERATION LIGHT SUMMITS to be held in New York City this year, Sunday 2 April and Sunday 30 April.
We have returned from New York City where we held the first ever OPERATION LIGHT SUMMIT. There were twenty-six of us, and it was a very powerful, inter-dimensional event, shared by those on the inner planes, working in the Light. Thank you so much to those of you who supported the Unity Trust!
We also shared the work with many other lightworkers in the six weeks we were there.
The Adepts have asked us to continue this work globally. They are urging us to take this powerful initiative forward to London, to Paris, to Naples, and on, around the world. In order to do this, we are asking for your continued financial support! The Adepts call OPERATION LIGHT SUMMIT…
“a high achievement programme, with high goals.”
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