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Goal of reaching 1 Billion Meditation Minutes for Peace is achieved by Peace Team

The Minute4Peace web site records the minutes of meditation added daily by meditators all over the world. After 2.5 years in operation the site has reached the goal of registering 1 billion minutes of meditation, 10 seconds per person. Research shows that meditation increases peace.

Vancouver, Canada – August 8th, 2014 /PressCable/

The Minute4Peace website, created by a team of meditators from around the world,
today reaches the goal of registering a total of 1 Billion Minutes of Peace
Meditation.

The web site was initiated over 2 years ago in April 2012 and
minutes have been added almost daily from individuals and groups from all 7 continents, who wish to contribute
their efforts. This 1 billion meditation
minutes for Peace equals approximately 10 seconds for every human being on the
planet.

The Global Peace Meditation on
August 8th led by Deepak Chopra that is attempting to break the
world record for participants in meditation will be adding their minutes on to
this web site to move it towards its next goal of one minute for each person on
the planet.Minute4Peace web site

Meditators, Peace Activists and everyone
interested in improving the state of the world will find relevant information about
the impact and value of meditation on the web site. Research on meditation indicates
that for every one minute of meditation per person that takes place, crime is
reduced by .0015 of a violent crime. These statistics are based on studies
completed in Washington DC and in the Merseyside area of the UK.

Minute 4 Peace organizer Martyn
Williams says: “The global response to the site has been wonderful. Many
meditators are inspired to log in every day to record their minutes. Our goal
is to reach 7 billion minutes by the end of the year and we look forward to
working with many groups and churches to make this happen. When we reach this
goal the people involved will have donated one minute for each person on the
planet. Every minute spent in meditation has been proven to reduce the crime
rate, and alleviate the high cost of crime on society.”

“We have seen increasing
involvement in this project over the last several years. We hear many touching stories about how these meditation minutes are
practiced. Some people add their meditation minutes while riding on the train
to work. Others who are retired report spending their entire day meditating on
peace. We plan to become the leading
resource for reliable information on issues impacting peace, meditation,
enlightenment, spiritual seekers, and everyone interested in happiness and
personal development.”

Minute 4Peace.org is committed to
making continual improvements and adjustments so that all spiritual seekers,
and everyone interested in happiness and personal development have access to
the latest information on Spiritual Enlightenment.

Minute 4 Peace welcomes new visitors
to take a look at the new features available, and to submit feedback for the
next round of updates.

About Minute 4 Peace.org

Minute 4 Peace was founded in 2012
to promote peace through meditation. Its founder is Paramahamsa Nithyananda.
The data that is collected is calculated based on research from universities
listed on the web site, including Harvard University Medical School, USA Department of Justice, and Social Indicators Research

About Martyn Williams

Martyn Williams is the first
person in the world to lead expeditions to the 3 Extremes, Everest, the North
and South Poles. He went on to create the Pole to Pole project that involved
approximately 60 million young people in humanitarian and environmental
projects. He has studied and taught spiritual enlightenment in India and
around the world. He currently is the President of Enlightenment-How and
Founder of the Re-Imagine Death project

Contact Info:
Name: Martyn Williams
Email: dheera.la@gmail.com
Organization: Enlightenment How
Website: www.minute4peace.org
Phone: 604-500-1906
Address: Jack Bell Drive, Richmond, BC, Canada

Source: MarketersMedia

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