Existential Laboratory 15th to 18th May 2014

"When somebody close to you dies….how can we overcome that pain in ourselves and get back to oneself?" asked a participant at the Existential Laboratory (E Lab), held this May in Bangalore.

How do you replace seriousness with playfulness and knowledge with wonderment? The E Lab is an intense four-day program that addresses exactly these types of questions, among many others. Personally designed by Swamiji it uses the principles of Catherisis, Upasana and Meditation, to bring about an attitude of 'sacredness' in all aspects of one’s 'being'. It works to connect you to nature, moving you away from the trivialities of individual limitations and enabling you to experience the richness and abundance of your own inner experiences.

The program held between the 15th to the 18th of May at the Ecumenical Christian Centre in Whitefield was attended by close to 70 participants, all keen to experience a unique freedom in relationships and effectiveness in the arena of life.

Sessions during the program included processes connecting with nature, Dharmachakra meditation, interactive question-and-answer periods, among others. The Death Process, for example, was a session that helped participants deal with and overcome loss of loved ones in their lives.


A look into our chapters - Hyderabad

Audiology deals with hearing, balance and other related disorders, all of which can be challenging problems for senior citizens. Our Hyderabad Nallakunta Chapter worked to address this concern among senior citizens by conducting an audiology camp on the 25th of May.

Close to 70 people attended the camp, which was organized in collaboration with Meenakshi Venkataraman Foundation, Hyderabad for the benefit of elders identified by Senior Citizens’ Welfare Forum, Hyderabad at Anantha Sai Vidya Nikethan, Nallakunta.


A look into our chapters - Lucknow

More than a 1000 people were provided meals through our Lucknow chapter's Annadana initiative. Carried out in the village of Dandaya, the wholesome menu included rajma, boondi laddo and sharbat and required half a quintal of rice and close to 25 kg of rajma to prepare!


A look into our chapters - Mumbai

Our Mumbai Springs Chapter conducted a series of story-telling sessions for close to 10 children throughout the month of May. Each Sunday, they would gather together to discuss value-based stories from Swamiji's book 'Oh, Young Ones! Learn, Roar & Excel' – A Handbook of Creative Growth for Children and Parents – Vol 1. Read More

The book teaches children how to inculcate good principles and values into their lives.

One story, for example spoke of how Buddha ignored a jealous person abusing him and why. "If we ignore the person a number of times, he himself will realize his mistake and change for the good. If we retaliate, then he will feel important and continue hurting us,"says one child who attended the sessions.

Children also explored other topics such as what 'name and fame' really means, how team work is important and other relevant questions for ever-day living addressed by Swamiji in his book.

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"At the outset we would like to place on record the wonderful job you have done along with a well structured Content during the recently concluded Workshop on “Personality Development & Customer Relationship” at our MAK Club & Resort."
- K.SRINIEVAS, Chairman’s Office

"The teachings of the role of parents in our lives impressed me most"     - B.N. Padmashree

"It was very good and I enjoyed the camp. The jungle games were nice."     - Madhushree

"To become a wholesome human being is the value that I will be carrying."     - Aditya

"The games and the way of teaching was good."     - Shruthi

"Outdoor exploration was thrilling."     - Rashmi

"I liked the food. It was healthy. I have learnt how to overcome negative elements."     - Sharanya


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