Global Mindfulness Week – an Invitation

An Invitation For Like-minded To Take Part In Weekly Schedule to:

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Heal

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Honor

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Connect

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Remember

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Be Grateful

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Vote Compassion

Published 2-28-20

Welcome to our new schedule, in the coming days we will publish details about each day of the week. This is an invitation to take part in daily practice with sisters and brothers around the globe who are willing and ready to make a positive change in their own life and the world.
Your intent is key to transformation within you and the world around you. During each day of the week we focus our intention on a subject related to the day’s essence.

You are invited to take part in any or all days of the week. Dedicating a few moments or more, your choice. Our goal is to add profound value to your life in a rewarding way.

Our Vort8x Community Wall is updated regularly as is our Facebook group.

Honor Family

Honor The Ancestors

Honor Gaia

Heal Others

Global Healing Session

Celebrate Free-Choice

Honor The One

Measure Your Compassion

CLICK “VOTE”, OUR SYSTEM WILL AUTOMATICALLY GAUGE YOUR STATE OF COMPASSION.
The objective is to find out how compassionate this healing event is. 

For the first 5 seconds, you will see your own result before it is combined into a collective-average.

  • Click once.
  • No Personal Information is Needed.
  • The Tool Detects Your Energy The Moment You “VOTE”.
  • The more compassion the organization evokes in you, the higher they will rank.
    Click here to learn how it works

Why Measure Compassion?

Our goal is to promote compassionate actions in world communities. We offer the Compassion Gauge Tool on specific pages with the intent to inspire people and organizations to meld compassion into their mission and values.
The more compassion the subject evokes in you, the higher the results.

Eddie BenAbraham

President and co-founder

What If I Get Zero?

 Does NOT mean you are not a compassionate person!
Compassion is a state-of-being just like love, anger or joy and for each state, there are different levels of experience.  

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