This month marks the 7-year anniversary of Unite Your Light, each year I post the original invite as an acknowledgment ritual. Acknowledgment of my commitment, my clarity and my trust in creating a better humanity. It is also an acknowledgment of the beautiful women who have come into my life and embraced my teachings – Thankyou and Blessings to you.
What follows is the original Unite Your Light invitation I sent out to my network of women in 2011 –
This is an invitation to participate – Let’s be conscious contributors and collaborators, as we move through today’s rapidly changing world. We can be the generation of women that fulfills the dream of a harmonious and peaceful world. To make that dream a reality, it will take all of us coming together in different ways, to learn and teach the true benefits of Unity. We need to experience how coming together for the greater good, creates an environment that invites conscious evolution. That’s why I am so excited to share this initiative with you, which I see as a celebration of visionary thinkers and collaborators, who have sound ideas and specific expertise to aid in creating positive change. This united initiative will mark a time of crossing to a new way of thinking and being; our intention will be to create social synergy through cohesive collaboration and co-creation. These United Projects will consist of groundbreaking processes and speakers designed to help people deepen their personal awareness of unity, build bridges between the old and new and teach future generations to live creative and compassionate lives. My intention is to bring together a team of women who have a strong sense of purpose.
Here is an example of what we hope to deliver.
- Personal practices for cultivating inner and outer peace.
- Encourage women to fully step up and demonstrate their natural leadership.
- Steps toward creating true unity in family and in communities.
- Ways to incorporate cooperation and collaboration in business.
- Insights on healing our collective wounds and cultural differences.
- Ideas for generating unity and leadership among our youth.
- New perspective on currency and creativity.
Kind regards, Elizabeth Ellames