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Former ‘The Peoples Voice’ host, Elizabeth Seninde discusses ‘TOWA’ - They Write What They're Told, We Don't!

Former ‘The Peoples Voice’ host, Elizabeth Seninde discusses ‘TOWA’

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“We can literally change the frequency of this place in 24 hours by chanting Towa. Towa allows us to manage these vibrations so that the Divine Mother can come meet us in our vibration.” – Elizabeth Seninde

People chanting Towa together to heal Mother Earth

‘Wa’ in ‘Towa’. “Wa (和) is a Japanese cultural concept usually translated into English as “harmony”. It implies a peaceful unity and conformity within a social group, in which members prefer the continuation of a harmonious community over their personal interests.”

'Wa' in 'Towa'. "Wa (和) is a Japanese cultural concept usually translated into English as "harmony".

When used in a sentence its to imply the rest of the sentence is about you. Even in the Japanese character of harmony can we see the shape of the T present, anchoring harmony into the world. #towa

Former The Peoples Voice Health show host, Alchemist and Ugandan Princess, Elizabeth Seninde discusses ‘TOWA‘, and the ascendant energies and frequencies this can bring if enough of us say this with positive intention. Elizabeth Seninde is a health researcher and explores the nature of frequency of the world consciousness and how better to tap into the collective energies to create complete and permanent change in our plane of existence.

Video courtesy of Miles Johnston of the Bases Project

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