Ananda Marga Gurukula 25th Anniversary Events for 2015
TAIWAN – January 24-25, 2015
Neohumanism in Action: Education for a Compassionate and a Sustainable Future
This Seminar will explore what Neohumanism brings to the practice of education. The focus is on compassion and sustainability and how we can build these effectively into our daily practices and into the lives of schools, their students, families and communities. Contact: Yun-Chin Ko email@example.com
BRAZIL – February 19-21, 2015
Education for Human Emancipation
Ananda Marga Brasil invites you to attend the International Seminar on Neohumanist Education – February 19 to 21, 2015, with the theme: Education for Human Emancipation. The Seminar will be held in the beautiful master unit Ananda Daksina, an area with woods, a native forest and centenary fig trees in the city of Viamão, thirty minutes from the Capital Porto Alegre in the state of Rio Grande do Sul. In Porto Alegre AMURT-AMURTEL is serving two thousand children, adolescents and families per day with schools and social programs. Visits will be organized to meet all the activities of Ananda Marga in the Region.
We’ll be waiting for all in the world to come to exchange their experiences of Neohumanist Education and to enjoy an environment suitable for deep meditations and establish new bonds of solidarity. We will be honored to have the presence of Dada Shambushivananda who coordinates the worldwide Neohumanist Education – Ananda Marga Gurukula, plus guests from Denmark, Venezuela, USA, Egypt and Brazil.
Fraternally, Ananda Marga Brazil
LEBANON – April 10-13, 2015
Educational Activism – Building a Compassionate and Sustainable Future
Neohumanist Education Conference and Spiritual Retreat
Al Mahaba School, Kfarnabrakh, Chouf, Lebanon.
Cost $120 for Lebanon; other countries $80 all inclusive.
Yoga Detox Camp – Ananda Marga Wellness – April 14 – 19, 2015
Kfarnabrakh, Chouf, Lebanon.
For improvement in your health through fasting, natural clay, water treatment and nature walks in loving and caring company. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
USA – July 11-16, 2015 – Gurukula Global Conference
Neohumanism in Action:
Educating for Sustainable and Compassionate Futures
Ananda Marga Gurukula celebrates its 25th Anniversary with a global meeting in Asheville, North Carolina, USA, July 11-16, 2105. The theme of the celebration is Neohumanism in Action: Educating for a Sustainable and Compassionate Future. We invite all educators and neohumanist activists to share in creating a sustainable and compassionate future and adopting the actions required to expand our Neohumanist institutions and projects. This expansion will include developing the P. R. Sarkar Institute (PRSI), an initiative of Ananda Marga Gurukula (AMGK), which will function as an umbrella body for all disciplines of research, development and dissemination of works related to Shrii P. R. Sarkar’s ideas. (More information: email@example.com.) A Neohumanist College for online courses is also being planned. http://nhcollege.gurukul.edu. Come celebrate and work with us for the expansion of a Neohumanist Education for all, as envisioned by Shrii P. R. Sarkar to create a truly compassionate and sustainable society.
Neohumanism in Action in this issue of Gurukula Network
This month’s Gurukula Network features a bright array of Neohumanism in Action ranging from the Edible Forest Garden of Brian Ragbourn in Ireland, comprised of exotic plants from around the world, Master Units in Portugal and Venezuela that offer models for sustainable communities and local economies to Khun Krisada Kampanatsanyakorn’s model of economic development utilizing energy efficient habitats and renewable energy that makes use of a vanadium fuel cell. The welcoming spirit of Neohumanist Education in Action shines through at the Sunshine School in Switzerland where Abadit, a Eritrean teacher and refugee from her war-torn country, finds a home and contributes the gifts of her heritage to a NHE school in Switzerland. At our River school in Maleny, Australia the love of our animal friends is attested to when some parents built a chicken coop at our Early Childhood Centre to rescue battery hens that were facing euthanasia at the end of their egg laying life. At the New Day School in Portland, an adjacent .75 acre parking lot has been converted into a luscious garden and Farm to Plate program. In Porto Allgre, Brazil, Projovem, the Rescue Program for abused youth, is saving lives in schools and on the streets. This array of Neohumanism in Action, along with the other articles of this issue, are testaments to the inspiration of Neohumanist philosophy given to us by Shrii P.R. Sarkar.