Calling All Peacemakers! Worldwide Peace Prayer, Sept. 1, 2014 – Oct. 3, 2014

By: MSIA Staff

August 22nd, 2014

Sept. 1, 2014 – Oct. 3, 2014

Note: Many IIWP communities are celebrating this Peace Prayer round by hosting events for the U.N.-sponsored International Day of Peace, on or around September 21. Feel free to participate with us! Click here for info.

Peace is the absence of againstness, internally and externally, but it’s not the absence of sandpapering, refining and moving towards excellence. There can be divergent points of view without having war. I call it conversation, communication, dialogue and sharing ideas. It’s integrity, which allows all people their moment to speak their truth.  -John-Roger, D.S.S., IIWP Founder

Are you looking for a simple way to let go of judgments?

Would you like to send your loving to the planet in fellowship with other peacemakers?

Participate with us as we bring our loving hearts and our intentions toward peace together for the next round of the Peace Prayer, which begins on Monday, Sept 1 and runs through Friday, Oct. 3.  This prayer is a way for us to experience peace in our daily lives and to extend loving and blessing to the planet earth, its inhabitants, and all those places where there is a need for greater peace.

If you’re not currently subscribed to the Peace Prayer, we encourage you to check it out. Your participation with us in the Peace Prayers is such a blessing!

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Our theme for this round is one of IIWP’s four principles of peace: “Peace is the cessation of againstness.” The quotes and processes are chosen for you to tap into the peace that is always available to you and to make choices that lead consistently towards the experience of peace.

The Prayer is based on John-Roger’s “nine magic words” and is an easy process you can do each day to come into greater peace in your daily life.

As John-Roger says:
Practice using what I call the nine magic words.  The first three are, “I love you.” The second three are, “God bless you.”  And the third three are, “Peace, be still.”  Say them silently when you are in situations of conflict or upset.  These words are powerful.
-John-Roger, D.S.S.

Our prayer is simple.

The Inner Peace Process and Prayer
Whenever you “tune in”, see yourself, those you know and all of us from around the world standing together, regardless of time zones. See us surrounding our planet with other Peacemakers chanting…

“I Love You.
God Bless You.
Peace, Be Still.”

Check inside to let go of any againstness that may be present with yourself or others. Relax, breathe, let go.

Then envision a dawning of peace taking place in the hearts of people throughout the world.

If you have questions, please feel free to contact me at 323-328-1905 or

If we look through the eyes of peace, we don’t see enemies and we don’t see opposition. As we take on that perspective and shift our vision to the peace that is present, there’s an opportunity to shift from opposition, from taking issue, into the process of peace that is life-affirming. John Morton, D.S.S., IIWP Spiritual Director

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