Workshop retreat, talks and Day of Mindfulness with the monks, nuns and lay teachers from Thich Nhat Hanh?s tradition in October 2012
Organized by Ahimsa Trust


‘Planting Seeds’: An evening of Meditation, Songs and other Mindfulness Practices’
(Open to all ages. No registration required)
Venue:  N Block Market Park (Opposite Full Circle), Greater Kailash Part I, New Delhi 110048
Date:  2nd of October 2012, Tuesday (Gandhi Jayanti) Time:  4.00 pm

‘Wake Up’*: A morning of Mindfulness for Young Adults
(Open to ages 18 to 35. No registration required)
(Please bring some packed lunch, water and a mat with you)
Venue:  Ambedkar University, Lothian Road, Kashmiri Gate, Delhi 110006
Date:  12th of October 2012, Friday Time:  10.30 am – 2.00 pm

‘True Passion-Mindfulness in Modern Times’: 4 day Workshop Retreat
(Open to all ages. Registration reqd.) Click here to download Registration Form
1st preference to Educators/students-over 18
Venue: Lady Shri Ram College/Bluebells School International, Lajpat Nagar IV, New Delhi
Date: 20th to 23rd October 2012

‘A Day of Mindfulness for Families’
(Open to all ages/children above 6 years. Limited seats. No charge)
Registration required. Please bring some packed lunch, water and a mat with you)
Venue: India International Centre, Max Mueller Marg, New Delhi
Date: 24th of October 2012, Wednesday (Dusshera) Time: 10.00 am to 5.00 pm

‘Wake Up”*: A morning of Mindfulness for Young Adults’ 
(Open to ages 18-35. No registration required)
Venue: To be confirmed (Please call or email us for details)
Date: 28th of October 2012, Sunday Time:  11 am  onwards

*Wake Up is a worldwide network and a programme to enthuse and expose young people between the ages of 18 and 35 to concrete mindfulness practices of true love and compassion, clearly showing the way towards a life in harmony with each other and with the Earth.  It encourages people who want to help their society – a society overloaded with intolerance, discrimination, craving, anger and despair.

These sessions are spontaneous gatherings ranging from a one to three hour programme – with meditation, songs, and other mindfulness practices (mindful eating, total relaxation, sharing from the heart, Questions and Answers), helping to release the tension in one?s body and feelings, use of compassionate listening and loving speech to help restore communication and to live and enjoy each moment more deeply.

It has worked very well with British youth in Cambridge, Oxford (5000 people gathered at Trafalgar Square) and US Ivy League Colleges like Harvard and Yale, leading to a number of Wake Up groups across the world. http://in.wkup.org Facebook page: www.facebook.com/wkupindia.

There are limited spaces for the 24th of October event and the 4 day workshop (20th to 23rd October).  If you are interested in participating in either of the two events please register with us and send an email to: ahimsa.trust@gmail.com.For more information please email/ refer to our website www.ahimsatrust.org or call 9873226869

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Ahimsa is a volunteer driven, non profit organisation geared towards cultural, social development and educational work aimed at creating peace and harmony within oneself, ones’ family and in society. Ahimsa aims to spread the ethics of peace and non violence through alliances and programmes in the areas of mindfulness in education, culture, environment, gender sensitization, responsible tourism and sustainable livelihoods.

Ahimsa Trust represents the Venerable Thich Nhat Hanh and his community in India.

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POSTER final Oct2012

Seeds of Peace

Seeds of Peace : A Buddhist Vision for Renewing Society.

The international magazine, Seeds of peace is published thrice annually in January, May and September, in order to promote the aims and objectives of the Thai Inter-Religious Commission for Development (TICD) and the Spirit in Education Movement (SEM) as well as the International Network of Engaged Buddhists (INEB). In order to subscribe a $50/year donation is suggested. Personal checks from the UK, US, and Euro are accepted.


Title :
 Vol.33 No.1 Jan-Apr. 2560 (2017)
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