Exciting Global Flashmob Sing-a-long Aims to Unify the Planet.

Have you ever wondered what might happen if you handed out lyrics to a song everyone loves, then invited the public to sing it together with you on a Monday morning train, bus or boat? Can you imagine if the same song was sung in over 100 cities at the same time and was then compiled into a global video that weaved everyones voices into singing the same song together as one?

Somewhere Over the Rainbow Photos (4 of 4)

Well on Monday, the 23rd of May 2016 the entire world is set to find out. The World’s Biggest Sing For Good has officially launched over the weekend and is a global flashmob event designed to create harmony on Earth by connecting people in cities all over with a spontaneous good morning sing-a-long.

The last time The Liberators International hosted a global event like this it attracted over 100,000 participants to share a minutes eye contact with strangers in public spaces all over the world. This time, they’re set to take it up to a whole new level by bringing the joy of singing to public transport before work starts. They are currently searching for global representatives and participants so if you’d like to participate it’s easy! All you have to do is watch this fun and short 3.5minute video then join a local team by signing up to participate here.

What’s incredible is that when we sing together our bodies release oxytocin which increases our ability to trust and cooperate whilst reducing anxiety & stress at the same time. Our blood pressure drops, we find it easier to socially bond with others & feel good endorphins are released. I remember feeling all of those things for myself when I sung somewhere over the rainbow with strangers on a train here.

So if you consider yourself a bit of a peacemaker, game changer I warmly invite you to join this global event here.

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