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Inner Peace for Global Peace

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NSW Labor candidate announced for Ballina

Andrew Broadley has been named the NSW Labor candidate for Ballina for the March 2023 election.

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Roller skating, skateboarding and more for Lismore

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Incredible screenings at Bangalow Film Festival

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Deep Peace

What does peace really mean? Is it really possible to achieve peace?

History has now shown us that no merely external action, no revolution or diplomatic policy, can lead humanity and our world towards a stable and lasting peace, but peace is indispensable for the survival of the world and of humanity. So we need and we can achieve peace. How to get it? Starting from ourself. Humanity does not exist in itself, it is the sum of all individuals.

Humanity and the world are a reflection of what the individual is. Thus the poverty, disease, war, and suffering that exist in the world are also within the life and psyche of every single human being, of each of us. We need to start from us. We need to achieve Inner Peace for Global Peace.

We need to return to the light, to transform ourselves into a star capable of making the earth a wonderful new world. Join us in this special celebration and activate yourself to change the world: Inner Peace for Global Peace.

For four decades Pneuma Institute has been promoting this Day of Inner Peace and is committed to the affirmation of the Universal Values of Peace, giving life to a new global paradigm for a Solar Humanity.

Come and join Pneuma Institute Australia in this beautiful celebration dedicated to igniting and honouring the fires of true and lasting inner peace in the hearts of humanity.

Day of Inner Peace, Thursday 27 October at the Brunswick Valley Community Centre 5–9pm.

This is a catered event so bookings are essential and tickets need to be purchased by the end of Monday 24th.

We look forward to sharing this sacred and joyous event with you.

For further information, the full program, and to book your tickets: https://events.humanitix.com/international-day-of-inner-peace.


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