Global Virtual Cave Meditation
Thank you for joining us!
Global Virtual Cave Meditation
“Sharing our love for the Sacred”
FREE month-long meditation event
December 1 – 31, 2018
There are just two more simple steps to finalize your participation.
- Please fill in the dates and times that you would like to meditate using the form below titled “Sign Up to Participate!”
You can sign up for as many days and times as you’d like.
- Join our Facebook Group where you can ask questions and share your experience throughout the month of December!
Use the FORM below to sign up. Times are in U.S. Eastern/New York.
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Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you need to make changes to your time slots.
How to Meditate
Below are some suggestions for your meditation connected to the Global Virtual Cave Meditation.
- You can meditate at home or meet with friends and meditate together.
- Create a quiet place for yourself and sit up straight with an upright spine.
- Relax your physical body and feel the contact with the ground/the earth beneath you.
- Become aware of your inner space, the movements inside of you, your physical body, your emotions and thoughts.
- Take up the position of an observer as best you can. Observe these movements.
- You may also focus your attention on your breath. Keep coming back to your breath when your mind starts to wander.
- Be present with the movements of your breath and focus your mind on it.
- Feel your heart-space and your connection to Spirit.
- If you like you may want to include the intention of “Sharing our love for the Sacred” into your meditation.
- And if and when it feels appropriate to you, you may expand your awareness to the whole group of people who are meditating together with you.
- Then dive deep into silence, into the presence of stillness.
- Observe whatever arises. Allow it to move on and be present.
- At the end of the meditation bring your awareness back into your physical body, ground yourself and take a few deep breaths.
About the Cave Meditation
“The idea of the ‘cave’ meditation was born several years ago, during a core group week with Thomas Hübl in Oberlethe, Germany. We had the intention of intensifying our meditation experience together and as a group decided to meditate 24 hours a day for a week. To manage this task, a structure emerged where two people, sitting and meditating for an hour, would remain in this experience until another group member took over, continuing and holding the meditation.
After just a couple of days we were so synchronized that many of us developed this inner feeling as to when it was our turn to go meditate during the night – and woke up on time. Meditating in this way made it possible for many of us to deeply experience what it means to do our part and offer a space for the Sacred, on both an individual level and a collective group level. We created a consciousness for an awake state, for a defined period of time, day or night. This awake state expanded more and more, in the consciousness space between us, in the physical space and the place where we were practicing this particular kind of meditation.
This is how the cave meditation came to be and the practice has been kept alive throughout many events like the Timeless Wisdom Trainings, Celebrate Life Festivals, and other practice groups. And now for the seventh iteration of the Global Virtual Cave Meditation!
My vision is to practice this cave meditation with people from every continent for a whole year.“
Senior Student of Thomas Hübl