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Friday, December 15, 2006

Get Ready for Global Orgasm Day

December is not only a time to observe World Aids Day, Hanukah, Christmas, Kwanza, but it’s also the First Annual Solstice synchronized Global Orgasm Day planned for Friday, December 22nd, at the time and place of your choosing with or without a partner. The mission of the Global Orgasm is to effect change in the energy field of the Earth through input of the largest possible surge of human energy. The intent is that the participants concentrate any thoughts during and after orgasm on peace. I can’t think of a better reason to have sex than for World Peace! Can you?

This is how it works - the combination of high energy orgasmic energy combined with mindful intention may have even greater effect than previous mass meditations and prayers. If you want some scientific evidence on how a mass Global Orgasm might help bring about world peace, you’ll be pleased to know that the Global Consciousness Project (http://noosphere.princeton.edu), Princeton University, runs a network of Random Event Generators (REGs) around the world, which record changes in randomness during global events. The results show that human consciousness can be measured to have a global effect on matter and energy during widely-watched events such as 9/11 and the Indian Ocean tsunami. There have also been measurable results during mass meditations and prayers.

The Zero Point Field or Quantum Field surrounds and is part of everything in the universe. It can be affected by human consciousness, as can be seen when simple observation of a subatomic particle changes the particle’s state.

They hope that a huge influx of physical, mental and spiritual energy with conscious peaceful intent will not only show up on Princeton’s REGs, but will have profound positive effects that will change the violent state of the human world.

This is the first annual Solstice synchronized Global Orgasm for Peace, leading up to the December Solstice of 2012, when the Mayan calendar ends with a new beginning lead by Donna Sheehan 76 and Paul Reffell 55. They say that an orgasm brings on a meditative state, making it ideal for a person to focus their mind on peace at the same time. To find out more about this truly awe-inspiring event, which will forever be known as, the First Annual Solstice synchronized Global Orgasm for Peace, go to www.globalorgasm.org

Friday, December 01, 2006

World Aids Day

I wanted to contribute my time and some calls to action for World Aids Day. Since 1988, the annual World Aids Day has brought a theme in what everyone can do in terms of raising awareness and moving towards solving and alleviating the HIV/AIDS crisis. For World Aids Days on December 1, 2006, I have updated my Sexual Consent Form adding the necessity for practicing ‘”safer consensual sex.” You can print one out from: http://www.avacadell.com/dr_ava_says/your_sex_life/yoursexlife_index.htm

Past themes for World Aids Day have been subjects such as Sharing the Challenge; Aids and the Family; and One World, One Hope. Everyone can do something positive and productive, like finding out about organizations which are helping people suffering with Aids: Here’s one I wrote about in my November newsletter: http://www.empowermentworks.org/

Become a pen pal to someone with Aids and learn about what they are going through, whether it’s in your city or in other parts of the world, such as Africa, where Aids has literally devastated the culture and economies of that continent.

Become a volunteer at an Aids hospice and lend an empathetic ear to someone who needs your help. There is nothing more precious than giving time and unconditional friendship. The Safe Haven Project, a non-profit service learning organization, confronts the global need for knowledge, truth and compassion for people living with, or affected by, HIV/AIDS by designing and delivering multi-faceted service forums and unique learning opportunities focused on prevention, awareness and community outreach. http://www.safehavenproject.org/

Hold an Aids Aid holiday party and ask guests to bring appropriate gifts or donations for Aids patients so that you can give to charities or support groups. Here’s a directory of them: http://www.cellscience.com/HIVCharities.html

This holiday season, open up your heart and give to someone less fortunate than yourself. It feels even better to give than to receive!