You & 1 Million People worldwide – Wo/Men’s Peace Marches Berlin
The transformative and healing experience in June 2017, the first Wo/men´s Peace March we organized set the impulse to continue weaving our net of peace with musicians and peace activists like Yael Deckelbaum. You are invited to be part of the preparations and organization of the big marches.
On June 2. we did it again – walking drumming and singing feeling our connectedness from Neptunbrunnen, Alexanderplatz to the Brandenburger Gate. United through our wish for world peace we are wearing white clothing as a connecting element. Through collaboration we strengthen our efforts and are joining with other organizations such as Women Wage Peace, Prayers of the Mothers ~ Wo/Men’s Marches and many others peace projects.
Women Of The World Unite
On June 1. we tuned in the Wo / men’s Peace March at the concert “Women Of The World Unite” with Yael Deckelbaum, Liron Meyuhas and Gal Maestro at Passionskirche. The mood was so beautiful that healing could happen. Many international guests arrived and it was a heartfelt togetherness.
After spending more than a year with women all over the world, the singer-songwriter and activist returned to Berlin for a concert and the Wo/men’s Peace March. Her song “Prayer Of The Mothers” has become an international anthem for peace. Yael carries the message of the global women’s revolution through her music with new songs in the world.
Yaels invitation for Berlin:
Just click on the picture and listen ..
The first Wo/men´s Peace March
What an inebriant and wonderful feeling it is…
… to jointly celebrate the Pulse of Peace with so many women, mothers, girls, sisters, brothers, boys, fathers and men. Although we had never met Yael Deckelbaum and Miriam Toukan before the March in June 2017, we spoke the same language right from the start. The entire march from Neptunbrunnen through the government quarter to the Brandenburger Gate was pure magic. We performed a 10 000 year old peace and healing ceremony on our stage, directly in front of the Brandenburger Gate, the symbol for unification and peace. When was the last time something like that took place?
We carry our inspiration; our belief in whatever is possible, into the year 2018 and further.
Do you feel what is unfolding….
We are looking forward to giving birth to our vision of a peace march with 1 million people, marching and singing for peace. Your support, in whatever way, is very welcome.