- world service through the power of thought -
The Triangle Centre works in co-operation with Triangles, an international movement with headquarters in London, New York and Geneva.
"Triangles is a network of men and women who give time each day to visualise a flow of light and goodwill into human hearts and minds throughout the world. Linking in thought in threes, they create triangles of right relationships through which these spiritual energies can be released. Triangles workers use a world prayer - the Great Invocation - invoking the light, love and spiritual will to help create right relationships, both with each other and the planet."
How Triangles Function
"There is increasing recognition of the power of constructive
thought. This power can be employed on a worldwide scale for
spiritual purposes if each one tries to understand the spiritual
need of the world.
"A triangle is a group of three people who link each day in thought
for a few minutes of creative meditation. They need not necessarily
live in the same locality, and many international triangles exist.
"Each day members sit quietly for a few minutes and link mentally
with other members of their triangle, or triangles. They invoke
the energies of light and goodwill, visualising these energies
as circulating through the three focal points of each triangle,
and pouring out through the network of triangles surrounding
the planet. At the same time they repeat the Great Invocation,
thus helping to form a channel for the downpouring of light and
love into the body of humanity.
"The work takes only a few minutes to perform and can be fitted
into the most crowded programme. It is not necessary for members
to synchronise the time at which the work is done, as once a
triangle is built and functioning, it can be vitalised by any
one of its members."
If you and two others wish to form a triangle and work together in this way as a world service, we recommend that you register your triangle with either the Triangle Centre or the London headquarters. If you register with us we will forward your names to London and you will then receive the quarterly Triangles Bulletin and other related mailings. The Triangle Centre has a range of literature available on the work of Triangles.
See Triangles on the Lucis Trust site.