Sacred Activism

Around the world, the struggle to gain human dignity and equal rights for all people continues. Changes can come from the power of many, but only when the many come together to form that which is invincible.... the Power of One.
—Bryce Courtenay




Over the years thousands of people from dozens of countries on six continents have joined our prayer circles, and we invite you to participate with us in Sacred Activism by joining the prayer circles, too.

Sacred Activism is the fusion of sacred consciousness, passion, generosity and peace with wise radical action. Finding ways to serve humanity and the Earth through Sacred Activism opens the way for birthing the new paradigm of heart-centered consciousness in the world.

The CoreLight community practices Sacred Activism in a variety of ways. While CoreLight’s spiritual teachings are our primary form of Sacred Activism, we also have a humanitarian arm of our non-profit organization—Seeds of Light, which offers services to AIDS orphans and marginalized communities in South Africa.

CoreLight also supports and collaborates with The Global White Lion Protection Trust, whose mission is to protect the rare, endangered White Lion, sacred to native Africans, and to help alleviate poverty in rural South Africa.

We have also developed on this website prayer circles that offer energetic support to a number of causes: peace in our world, the protection of elephants, white lions, as well as, oceans, whales and dolphins. Please click the links and join the prayer circles.

When… the joy of compassionate service is married to a practical and pragmatic drive to transform all existing economic, social and political institutions, a radical and potentially all-transforming holy force is born. This radical holy force I call Sacred Activism…. My deepest prayer for the vision of Sacred Activism is that it will inspire you to harness the energies of love, both in yourself and with others, and to discover, with wonder and hope, the joy and power of …that fiery passion of compassion that, when allied with grounded wise action, will help us change everything. —Andrew Harvey, The Hope

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I believe that to meet the challenge of our times, human beings will have to develop a greater sense of universal responsibility. We must all learn to work not just for our own self, family, or nation, but for the benefit of all humankind. Universal responsibility is the key to human survival. It is the best foundation for world peace, the equitable use of natural resources, and through concern for future generations, the proper care of the environment.
—The Dalai Lama