Global harmony – a meditation for peace

We felt compelled to write about this when the world seems to be struggling with conflict on a global scale.

The meditation below is 10 minutes long.

The intention is to help us all tune in and send out a different frequency to help bring more balance into this world.

It can also be used if you are struggling with personal conflict in your life.  Whether it’s a global or personal conflict, the energy is the same.

In a meditation, the idea came to me that we could have a LRT (love replacement therapy) patch in the same way that we use HRT to help restore hormonal balance.  This is the essence of the meditation, using symbollic imagery to help us imagine this.

I hope you take a few minutes to listen and if it helps, share with friends, family and colleagues.

Thank you

Listen here…

Lorraine E Murray, founder of Connected Kids.

(and if you are struggling with the idea of how meditation could possibly help resolve conflict… read on…)

In a world often marred by conflict and division, the idea of using meditation as a means to resolve global disputes may seem idealistic. However, the practice of meditation  can create a ripple effect of peace and unity, both on an individual and a global scale. In this blog, we will explore the profound connection between meditation and world conflict resolution and how individuals, communities, and even governments can harness its power to work towards a more peaceful and harmonious world.

Meditation and Conflict Resolution

Meditation is not just a solitary practice for self-improvement; it can be a powerful tool for fostering empathy, understanding, and ultimately resolving conflicts.

  1. Fostering Emotional Intelligence: Meditation helps individuals develop emotional intelligence, allowing them to better understand and manage their own emotions. When people have a higher degree of emotional awareness, they can engage in more constructive dialogues, handle disputes with empathy, and find common ground.
  2. Cultivating Empathy: Through meditation, people can learn to put themselves in another person’s shoes, promoting empathy and compassion. This is an essential component of conflict resolution, as it enables parties to recognise each other’s perspectives and build bridges of understanding.
  3. Reducing Stress and Aggression: Meditation has been proven to reduce stress and lower aggression levels. Less stressed individuals are more likely to approach conflicts with a clear and open mind, reducing the likelihood of aggressive or hostile behavior.
  4. Enhancing Communication: Effective communication is a cornerstone of conflict resolution. Meditation improves listening skills and promotes mindful communication, helping individuals express themselves more clearly and receive information without bias or judgment.

Meditation on the Global Stage

The power of meditation to resolve world conflicts doesn’t stop at the individual level. When communities, organizations, and governments embrace meditation, it can lead to remarkable changes on a global scale.

  1. International Diplomacy: Meditation and mindfulness practices are increasingly being integrated into diplomacy and peace negotiations. Leaders who engage in meditation may approach global issues with a more open and cooperative mindset.
  2. Grassroots Movements: Grassroots movements that emphasize meditation and peaceful dialogue have emerged in conflict-ridden regions, promoting reconciliation and unity at the community level.
  3. Conflict Prevention: Meditation can also be used as a preventive measure, teaching individuals to address the root causes of conflicts before they escalate into violence


Meditation has the potential to create a profound shift in the way the world approaches conflict resolution. By cultivating emotional intelligence, and empathy, and reducing stress and aggression, individuals, communities, and even governments can harness the power of meditation to build a more peaceful and harmonious world.

It’s essential to understand that meditation is not a panacea for all global conflicts, but it can serve as a vital piece of the puzzle. To truly transform the world, it requires the collaboration of individuals and institutions worldwide, embracing the principles of mindfulness and peace to work towards a more peaceful and united future. In a world where division and conflict persist, meditation offers a ray of hope and a pathway toward global harmony.

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