World Healing Day
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World Healing Day is a name used for a variety of events that have been held in hundreds of cities in over 65 nations. World Healing Day events have included Yoga, Prayer, Tai Chi, Qigong, Reiki, Healing Prayer, Meditation Day, Native Aboriginal Sacred Dance Day, Sufi Dance, Art and Music Healing.
The template for World Healing Day events grew from the example of World Tai Chi & Qigong Day events which had been held for over a decade worldwide. WTCQD's events had been officially proclaimed by governors, senates, mayors, legislatures in most US States and in several countries.
The WTCQD's official motto "One World ... One Breath", then became the official motto of World Healing Day as well.
- UK Independent, Health & Families, April 23, 2010 - April 24 is World Healing Day, plus Adam Yauch and Yoko Ono are meditating twice daily for world health
- Huffington Post, April 24, 2010 - World Yoga Day--a part of World Healing Day
- UK Independent, 24 April, 2010 - World Healing Day recognizes various religious and spiritual practices with celebrations addressing world healing including World Prayer Day, World Yoga Day, World T'ai Chi Qiong Day and World Meditation Day
- The Daily Helmsman, April 24, 2010 - In addition to World Tai Chi Day and World Yoga Day, World Healing Day is a celebration for energy and meditation, massage therapy, prayer for healing, natural health therapies, earth cultures healing, environmental healing, animal rights and organic agriculture.