Public Invited to Fukushima 7th Anniversary Meditation, Sunday March 11, at 11:00 AM, Carlsbad

This event has already occurred. For media coverage, click here. To see photos, click here.
Carlsbad: Prayer and Meditation Gathering in Honor of Fukushima  and local Nuclear Waste Dangers at San Onofre

WHO:   Unite In Peace (see Facebook Event page)
Gong Master Arjan Lin
Public Watchdogs
Gene Stone, presiding opening prayer
WHAT:   Two hours of prayer, silent mediation
and a Sound Healing Ceremony with
a brief presentation on the status of
the newly constructed Beachfront
Nuclear Waste Dump at San Onofre
State Beach Park.
WHERE:  Harding Street Community Center, Carlsbad
3096 Harding St. Carlsbad, CA 92008 (MAP)
                 Facebook Event page
WHEN:  11:00 AM Sunday, March 11th.
WHY:   We are gathering to honor those whose
lives have been lost, and to pray for safe
 and effective solutions for preventing a
similar disaster in Southern California.
VISUAL:  The resonant power of Arjan Lin’s hand-made
iron gongs and tolling crystal bowls cast from
dust of precious gems will vibrate at 528 Hz,
instantly transporting guests into a pleasant
meditative state.

CONTACT:  For interviews or background, call …
Charles Langley, Public Watchdogs (858) 752-4600


Cherry Blossoms 
Sakura Matsuri is the Japanese tradition of recognizing
the falling cherry blossom as a symbol of the beauty
and fragility of life.
On Sunday, March 11th at 11:11 AM, up to one hundred
meditators and Sacred Activists will gather at the Harding
Street Community Center in Carlsbad to mark the seventh
anniversary of the radiation disaster at Fukushima, and to
raise awareness of the dangers of radioactive nuclear waste
in Southern California created by the Beachfront Nuclear
Waste Dump at the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station.
According to event organizer, Ayla Breezy, “We are gathering
together on this solemn occasion to honor the suffering at
Fukushima, and to raise awareness of the urgent situation
involving radioactive waste at San Onofre State Beach.”
Co-organizer Viraja Prema says “It is imperative that we
learn learn from Fukushima about the devastating impact of
radioactive nuclear waste so we can create a safer future for
the rest of the world, including here in Southern California.
If we are informed, we can put our attention on the desired
outcome that would protect us all.”
This event is free.  Seating is limited to 100 participants.
Guests are  advised to visit the Facebook Event Page.

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