Join millions of people from around the world for a synchronized meditation regarding the current epidemic of violence by and against U.S. police officers. NY Times bestselling author and Peace Troubadour James Twyman will be in Minneapolis at Lake Harriet Spiritual Community, 44th and Upton Ave. S., focusing the prayer vigil, and we hope you’ll join him at 7 p.m. Central on Wednesday, July 13.

James Twyman
James Twyman

In the last three days two men were killed by police officers in Baton Rouge and Minneapolis, then last night five police officers were ambushed and killed at a peaceful protest in Dallas. There is a deep wound cutting through the fabric of this country, and the ONLY ANSWER IS FOCUSED, MASSIVE LOVE.

In the past, these Worldwide synchronized meditations have produced amazing results. In February, James Twyman joined leaders from the three Abrahamic religions — Jewish, Muslim and Christian — overlooking a village held by ISIS rebels, and millions joined in prayer. Days later the peace talks began. Over and over we’ve seen similar results, and now it’s time to use the force of focused prayer to heal the unnecessary violence in the U.S.

PLEASE PASS THIS INFORMATION TO EVERYONE YOU KNOW. This will only work if we inspire millions to STOP, DROP AND PRAY on Wednesday, July 13th at 7 p.m. Central U.S. Time. Go to for more information or to register and be part of all our synchronized meditations.

For over twenty years, James Twyman, also known as The Peace Troubadour, has traveled to countries at war to share the prayers of peace from the 12 major religions of the world he put to music in 1994. He has been invited by peace organizations and even the leaders of countries to Bosnia, Iraq, Northern Ireland, South Africa, Syria and many other countries to initiate world synchronized meditations while battles raged around him. Each time millions of people participated, and miracles have often followed.


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