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Oneness Celebration for World Peace Zin-Uru Concert

Sydney Soulfulness Centre

To celebrate the International Day of Peace, thirteen professional musicians donated their time and united voices at The Metro Theatre with a truly amazing and uplifting concert organized by the Sydney Soulfulness Centre.

In the weeks prior to the performance, the message of love, peace and harmony was spread throughout many of Sydney’s popular inner suburbs via a street poster campaign. Much curiosity was aroused at weekend markets by a mobile ticket box covered with promotional posters.

Although the Oneness Celebration for World Peace Zin-Uru Concert was initially planned to have six performances, extra magic manifested on the day! The concert started in darkness to the sounds of a heartbeat and, as the lights turned on, Zin-Uru was officially opened by Master Mirva Inkeri and The Mother Gong.

During the concert, Master Mirva Inkeri explained the power and significance of the words of the Divine Soul Song Love, Peace and Harmony. Master Carol Liu, Tao Calligraphy Master Teacher personally trained and certified by Dr. and Master Zhi Gang Sha, created an original Tao Calligraphy Da Ai (Greatest Love) on stage as a gift for each of the performers.

To express our gratitude and appreciation, we shared about the great service three local charities are offering in their communities: Two Good, Lighthouse Foundation, and Phoenix Voices of Youth. Their service truly embodies the message of love, peace and harmony.

Enjoy this video clip of the concert:

As the concert drew to a close, it turned into a joyful jam as the organizing team and members of the audience joined on stage with Dom Diaz, Brother Brad and Deepsea Lights to sing Love, Peace and Harmony.

This concert was the beginning of an annual event that Love Peace Harmony Movement Australia will host in conjunction with the United Nations International Day of Peace. We look forward to growing the Love Peace Harmony World Family in Australia through uplifting concerts.

The last word goes to one of the performers, Gemma Smart of Deepsea Lights, who posted on Facebook:

“Yesterday’s gig blew me away! The quality of the performers and the diversity of the lineup was so impressively high that on more than one occasion Joseph and I turned to each other saying “WOW” in awe of what was happening in front of us. If you didn’t come this year, you missed out. I haven’t danced that freely in a long time—IT WAS AWESOME!”