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Global Virtual Cave Meditation 2019
A FREE month-long meditation event
December 1 – 31, 2019
“Sharing our love for the Sacred”
You are invited to join the 8th Global Virtual Cave Meditation, scheduled to take place during the month of December 2019.
This global event comes alive through your active participation and is open to anyone who would like to share their love for the Sacred, and to anyone who wants to connect with other people in meditation in December.
For 744-hours, 24/7, somewhere in the world there will always be someone meditating.
Our collective and global connection will enable us to create a virtual sacred space, like a ‘Temple’. Throughout the month, we will connect to the Earth and receive the Light with the most profound love in our hearts.
Thomas Hübl will support the Global Virtual Cave Meditation energetically.
How to Participate
The event is FREE to join.
Via the online calendar tool (Doodle) we have organized the availability of all 744 hours of meditation. Everyone registers there on their own responsibility. Enter your name and the country from which you will be participating. Take your time deciding on the time slots that you’re willing to commit to. Times are automatically converted into your time zone by doodle.
You can register for as many days and hours as you like. You can see in the calendar who is meditating with you at the same time and where!Here is the PC Doodle calendar!
The PC version of Doodle often works very cumbersomely. If you have problems, please try the Doodle mobile app. We suggest:
1) Download the Doodle App to your cell phone
2) Login via one of the options (Facebook, Google, Email)
3) Close the application (Please have faith here)
4) Copy the link to the Meditation Cave: https://doodle.com/poll/7kz84wqr2kyg583g
5) Open the app again and it should prompt you to accept the poll.
6) Scroll through the options, choose your dates and click “Done” to save.
Here is a description with screenshots as PDF for download: cave-doodle-app-manual
Meditation in the Cave
If you have a meditation practice, you simply continue it.
These are our recommendations for meditation in the context of 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 your 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 your thoughts.
- Take 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, relax and invite your connection to Spirit.
- If you like you may want to include the intention of “Sharing our love for the Sacred” in 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, direct your attention back to your physical body, take a few deep breaths and ground yourself.
Join the Global Virtual Cave Meditation Group on Facebook
You have the opportunity to be in exchange with the other participants.
Here is the access to the Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/279227882925096
There you can also share your own experiences, insights and questions. The group is closed, i.e. only members can see the other members of the group and their contributions.
If you have any questions about the December CAVE Meditation or how to handle the doodle calendar tool, please email Susanne at firstname.lastname@example.org
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, group members synchronized themselves to his or her meditation time, even if it meant waking up in the middle of the night. It made it possible for many of us to deeply experience what it means to 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 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 8th iteration of the Global Virtual Cave Meditation!
Our vision and goal is to eventually practice this cave meditation with people from every continent for a whole year.”
Senior Student of Thomas Hübl