by Kirsten Thompson (Shakti)

Let us invite you to another big peace fire event on June 21st. We have gotten very nice feedback from people all around the globe that joined the peace fire on New Year’s Eve with their own fire ceremony, lighting a candle or watching our fire broadcast via LIVESTREAM. Lighting a fire on the same day in different parts of the world is very unifying. Please join us with the prayer, “Let there be peace on earth and love for one another.

Here are some quotes of people’s experiences:

“I felt a tremendous sense of peace, a wave of peace, love, and unity broadcast out to blanket our Earth family…knowing my fire was connected to so many others was extra special and powerful.” - Cecilia Z, Texas, USA

“Very beautiful, felt carried into the heart space by the chanting on the broadcast. It brought the New Year beyond family relations and created much needed space for opening up to the relations with all beings.” - Gitasri B, Slovakia 

“A feeling of shared connectedness. More optimistic for the future.” - Pamela H, England

Go to our website and get to know how you can join and connect your light on the Summer Solstice. You will unite with thousands of people around the world that are creating a new consciousness for peace with the fire element and combined power of prayer.

Let’s come together to create positive energy for our families, friends, and community all around the world. Will you connect your light?
















#ConnectYourLight #PeaceFires 


Kirsten Thompson (Shakti)

Kirsten Thomp­son (Shakti) began her stud­ies with Sri Kalesh­war in 2000 and served full- time at his ashram in Penukonda, India for many years. Fol­low­ing Sri Kaleshwar’s instruc­tions, she moved to the US to help man­age the Divine Lin­eage Heal­ing Cen­ter in Lay­tonville, CA and has been help­ing take care of the Cen­ter ever since. One of Kirsten’s many dharmic works is over­see­ing the Center’s char­i­ta­ble out­reach pro­grams in Men­do­cino County which pro­vide essen­tials for those in need within one of the poor­est coun­ties in Cal­i­for­nia.



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