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This year the Annual Global Silent Minute will pause in a shared minute to restore Truth through Silence as Action – the Truth that dwells within the Heart of Humanity.

Far from being an abstraction, Truth is the realisation of cosmic laws based on direct experience accumulated in the chalice of Humanity through us.

As we live our holistic identity within the three worlds – of spirit, soul and personality – we recognise the synthesis of the One Life and the necessity to cut through to the Truth at the heart of everything.

In 2023 we recognised the need to re-orient to the compass of Truth through Silence.

In 2024 we will restore our re-membrance of the living, radiant power of Truth that resounds in the Heart, that rings through from the Cosmic Bell to the Planetary Bell (Mount Kailash, the Mountain of the Bell, in Tibet), to the bell within each and every one of us.

Messenger (1946) by Nicholas Roerich


Any conscious denial of Truth is discordant and disrupts alignment between worlds, creates chaos and is harmful to the denier.  Every step on the spiral ladder of Truth is always towards spiritual concordance and is in the direction of the common good for all.

As we observe the Annual Global Silent Minute at 9pm GMT on 21 December 2023 we will work with the rhythmic sound of Truth for global cooperation, peace and freedom.

The event will be live-streamed from 15 minutes prior to the actual Global Silent Minute.

To optimise our experience together in the Silence of the one Heart, we will listen to a Tibetan singing bowl in the lead up to, and following, the actual minute of silence.

Invitation to participate

We invite you to participate in the Annual Global Silent Minute:

(i)              by observing the minute of silence wherever you are in your time-zone.

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(ii)             via zoom: Join Zoom Meeting  Meeting ID: 875 8652 6294

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(iii)            via facebook:

For further information:

  • Inspiration drawn from the Agni Yoga Teachings – particularly Agni Yoga, sloka 156 and Aum, sloka 336.
  • Nicholas Roerich’s Messenger (1946) sourced from / Graphic Design: Wendy J Thompson

About Wendy J. Thompson

Wendy J Thompson is a Creative Practitioner in the Screen Arts, Educator, Playwright and co-Founder of the Global Silent Minute who strives to create work imbued with purpose to touch the heart with radiant synthetic beauty.


  1. Beautiful article Wendy and another deeply appreciated SG Newsletter 🙏 the last couple have been unable to register ‘like’ on anything, thanks for any tips you might offer.

    • Thanks, Dot, for your beautiful comment which I will pass on to Wendy and Judy. Thanks also for alerting us to the missing ‘like’ function. I was not aware of that and will look into it and get back to you.

    • Dear Dot, I have found that:-
      – I also have the same problem (the Like button is missing) when using the Chrome browser
      – However, the Like button appears OK when using Firefox.

      This may possibly be due to “Some antivirus, etc. apps which have privacy options that block Facebook on third party websites in some browsers, so firstly try disabling various privacy-related browser extensions and secondly, if the cause isn’t a browser extension you should look for other applications on your device (and connection) that can filter/block web content.”

      Are you currently using Chrome as your browser? Is it convenient to switch to Firefox? And if so, does that fix the problem for you too? If not, please write to me or contact Sydney Goodwill and I will try to support you further as best I can (though sorry to say there is no clear solution that I can find as yet, so no promises beyond “I will try”).

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