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The Rainbow Bridge Offers Tools

to Build a Better Future

By Brent N. Hunter author of The Rainbow Bridge: Bridge to Inner Peace and to World Peace

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I have continually longed for peace, the kind within and the kind that radiates into our families, our communities, our states, our nations and our world. People today seem to be more divided than ever before. The concept of unity is understood and practiced by some, and we need that number to grow more rapidly to offset the challenging times we live in now.


The Rainbow Bridge: Bridge to Inner Peace and to World Peace was conceived because I was going through my own trying times more than a dozen years ago. I was experiencing many challenges while running an Internet business at the height of the dot com era and I decided to keep notes to help me make it through those rough waters. The result was the creation of The Rainbow Bridge.


The Rainbow Bridge is a book and a movement. At the core are 60 universal principles that represent the common ground between the world’s wisdom traditions. These simple easy-to-understand universal principles offer the framework for co-creating the peace-filled world we dream of and that we need to survive.


In addition to the universal principles in this book, it features 14 unique and special meditations to help foster inner peace no matter what your level in meditation may be. The Rainbow Bridge World Peace Meditation was featured in the inspiring Peacelink event last fall in Los Angeles.


The Rainbow Bridge is a multi-faceted bridge that can help lead us to inner peace, which is obviously important to everyone; everyone wants to live in peace and happiness. As we gain inner peace in our own lives, we can experience greater peace and harmony in our families. As our families experience greater peace, so too do our communities. And as our communities experience greater peace, so do our states and nations.


Naturally, as states and nations experience greater peace and harmony, the world experiences greater peace as well. Therefore, reaching inner peace as individuals has significant implications for everyone around us. The saying “peace begins with me” is a profound truth, despite the apparent simplicity.


As we travel across The Rainbow Bridge together, with the collective intention of creating a positive sustainable future that works for the greatest number of people in the world, we are traveling across a bridge in time together. We travel together from our present moment to a time in the future, whether that time is 10 seconds from now or 10 years from now.


The common ground under our feet is the common ground found in the world’s major religions, and this common ground is the universal principles illuminated in The Rainbow Bridge. The book is therefore a bridge to the future: our future of peace, harmony, unity and prosperity.


“We have the opportunity to build a Rainbow Bridge into the Golden Age. But to do this, we must do it together with all the colors of the rainbow, with all the peoples, all the beings of the world. We who are alive on Earth today are the Rainbow Warriors who face the challenge of building this bridge.”


— Brooke Medicine Eagle

Daughter of the Rainbow, Crow & Lakota medicine woman


The concept of a bridge in time or a bridge to the future is extremely powerful. Since The Rainbow Bridge is deliberately global including and honoring all people from all walks of life in all corners of the globe, it is by definition strong enough and wide enough for all people in the world to travel across.


As we move forward together as world citizens, on any common activity such as setting up sister and brother cities worldwide, planting trees, building bridges of understanding, envisioning a future we wish to create, helping to create the new global operating system, establishing an International Magna Carta, or collaborating in many ways to co-create a positive future, we need to do so in a coordinated, harmonious and a unified fashion.


It is for these reasons that this is also a bridge from me to we and it is a bridge between many to One. It is a bridge to heart-based unity consciousness, Oneness, harmony and peace, both inner and outer.


“This would be a time when all the esoteric teachings of the world’s traditions will be revealed, so there will be no secrets, no reason to fear each other, or to be in conflict. This is certainly what is happening now. Many are Rainbow Walkers... they are walking across The Rainbow Bridge to a new time.”

— Oh Shinnah

Medicine woman from Tineh (Apache), Mohawk & Scottish origin


I can’t remember an election in our country that has been so heatedly divided. We have many important issues to work through, not only in the U.S., but throughout the world, as the global citizens we are. This is the time to bridge the gap between parties . . . to act towards and see ourselves as interconnected parts of the UNITED States in a UNITED world.


The major parties must be willing to join and walk on the bridge together to make changes necessary to usher in a new, more conscious world so that we don’t self-destruct and ruin life on the entire planet. People in our government and all governments must be willing to reach across the aisle and across the oceans to build bridges consciously and deliberately with the intention of unification.


Just like humans come together in major crises we must do that now to avert more war, more unnecessary loss of life and mass destruction of life on our precious planet. By stepping onto The Rainbow Bridge, we can all help co-create a positive, peaceful and sustainable future for everyone.


Brent N. Hunter is a visionary author, entrepreneur and seasoned information technology executive. Considered the “grandfather of social networking,” Hunter conceived and ran the first globally-conscious social network in 1994 called The Park which he operated for seven years, building it to 700,000 members. He is currently active on more than 30 social media sites and has more than 368,000 Twitter followers. Visit:


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