Cultural Travel to Spiritual Places

Have you ever experienced cultural travel to Spiritual Places? One of my favorite spiritual places is located not too far from where I live in the western N.C. mountains. Joseph Rael, a Pueblo Ute mystic, had a vision years ago to create sound chambers all over the world. The vision for these chambers was for people all over the world to go at a specific time and day each week to chant the vowel sounds into the chamber. The result of chanting the vowel sounds around the world is vibrations of peace and healing being transported everywhere. Cultural Travel to Spiritual Places comes in many forms.

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Peace Chamber, Swannanoa (photo courtesy of Peace Chamber Website)

 

Ceremonial Chambers and rituals crafted in this time, for this age, will provide a first step towards unity for us and the world as a whole. In a sense, we will be going back to some of the aspects of Theocracy in which we begin to work together, sharing visions and ceremonies that bring us together.

  • We will remain present and future oriented with what we do in and with ceremonial chambers.
  • We will be working towards a unification in which we take total responsibility for ourselves and each other.
  • We will support taking care of the earth, the trees, the ocean, the sky. 
  • We will find different ways of living so we can preserve the earth for generations to come. 

Joseph Rael, Beautiful Painted Arrow, is the visionary father of the Peace Chamber project. The Peace Sound Chamber will help us create a new sound vibration to make the earth well.Joseph Rael, Beautiful Painted Arrow, is the visionary father of the Peace Chamber project. The Peace Sound Chamber will help us create a new sound vibration to make the earth well.

 

If you are a cultural traveler who loves Spiritual Places then what place is on your list? Perhaps it is a place close to home.  Joseph Rael’s vision for Peace Chambers around the world manifested into 57 sound chambers around the world. Read about the Peace Chamber in Swannanoa here.

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