The critical mass for this visualization to have desired effect is about 118,000 people worldwide actually doing it with focus. If we consider that human concentration and meditation skills are not perfect, we need 144,000 people as the critical mass. But to read about it is one thing and actually do the visualization on 5-20-2012 completely another.I would encourage as many people as possible to actually participate, although it may be in the early morning hours in your part of the world.

We can do it! It still needs to go viral! We need to reach millions of people, so that the critical mass of people actually doing it is attained. Please post it on your websites and blogs. If you know an alternative media outlet, you can send it to them. You can create a Facebook group for your local group of people dong this in your part of the world. You can create a video about this and post it on Youtube. If you have contact within Occupy movement or Anonymous, they might be interested in spreading this also.

The exact time for the solar eclipse maximum in your location may differ from the official time for this meditation, which is synchronized with Mount Shasta maximum eclipse trigger point time for all time zones.

If your place is not listed, you can find world time zones map here:http://www.timeanddate.com/time/map/The main Facebook group for this event is here:http://www.facebook.com/events/412702698762344/And you can also watch the videos.General information and guidelines about Reboot of the Grid:http://2012portal.blogspot.com/2012/05/normal-0-microsoftinternetexplorer4_13.html

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