New Monthly Show “Love Peace Harmony Pride Live” Serves the LGBTQIA+ Community

Aug 28, 2021

Love Peace Harmony Live Pride is a new Facebook Live monthly show that will bring love, light, nourishment and support to the LGBTQIA+ community through a powerful and unique song that carries a high frequency and vibration with positive, healing messages.

Love Peace Harmony Foundation launched a new monthly Facebook LIVE show on August 28, 2021 at 2pm ET called "Love Peace Harmony Pride Live" to serve the LGBTQIA+ community. The show will empower people to learn and experience the power of the Love Peace Harmony song and meditations, as well as to share healing and transformational stories from the community. Starting on Sept. 4, 2021, the show will go live every first Saturday of the month.

“We’re very excited about this new outreach effort that will have a positive impact on this community. Everybody needs more love peace and harmony. This special song has the power to nourish peoples’ hearts and souls and bring them more peace, harmony, balance and healing,” says Shunya Barton, Global Coordinator of the Love Peace Harmony Foundation and co-host of the new show.

Love Peace Harmony Foundation is a non-profit organization founded in 2006 and registered in the United States. Its vision is to empower individuals to heal and transform through the power of the Love Peace Harmony song and meditation. Love Peace and Harmony carries a powerful message, frequency and vibration that is beautifully palpable while singing and can be applied in service to uplift individuals, groups, and more.

The Love Peace Harmony Foundation reaches out to communities worldwide by offering free weekly meditation classes. Volunteers share the Love, Peace and Harmony song around the world. They serve marginalized and underserved communities, including families impacted by poverty and violence.

The Facebook Live show: Love Peace Harmony Pride Live will be co-hosted by Shunya Barton and Desiree Lim (Global Love Peace Harmony Ambassador). Shunya has over 35 years of experience in non-profits serving the LGBTQIA+ community. He served in leadership positions at the Colorado AIDS Project and Honolulu’s Life Foundation and also served the Mayor’s Advisory Committee for Gay and Lesbian Affairs in Denver.

Desiree is a queer filmmaker whose films have given voice to undertold stories from the community since the 90s. Her films have opened to sold-out audiences at major LGBTQ film festivals in North America, Europe and Asia. Desiree says, “Many people need support given the challenges we're all facing in the world today. At the same time, people also want to help; to come together in service. This show is a place for all that and more. It will make a difference.”

On each show, Shunya and Desiree will interview special guests from the LGBTQIA+ community who will share their heart touching, inspiring stories about bringing healing and transformation for the health and well-being of the LGBTQIA+ community and more. They will also offer powerful guided meditations with the Love, Peace, Harmony song.

People who join the show can expect to feel loved and nourished and held in a compassionate field of positive information and energy. Participants will learn simple techniques to be able to re-create this kind of loving field for themselves and others. As a group (worldwide) everyone will be singing in service to humanity. Participants will also be led in meditations for their own wellbeing.

The show happens on Facebook Live every 1st Saturday of the month from September 4, 2021. Facebook: The page can be found at:

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Love Peace Harmony Foundation partners with other service organizations to bring healing and transformation around the world. Key projects include serving the homeless in Waimanalo, Hawaii, helping men and women transitioning out of prison and turning their lives around in Tacoma, Washington, and creating a Love Peace Harmony Community Center serving children on the autism scale in Atlanta, Georgia. Past projects include bringing vitamins to undernourished children in Bhutan and helping earthquake victims in Nepal. Our Plant a Million project has supported the planting of hundreds of thousands of trees, including supporting education programs on native plants and trees in the Native Hawaiian community. Our volunteers work with children living with HIV in India, with indigenous communities in the Amazon basin, and with communities in need around the world.

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