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Kannada Rajyotsav special Art of living part 2 course at Bangalore Ashram

It is our pleasure to invite you for the Kannada rajyotsava special   Part ll meditation course  from Oct 28to Oct 31th (Sunday), 2010 at our Bangalore Ashram!

The Art of Living's Part II Course guides one on a journey deeper into one's self.... enabling the spontaneous integration of life with wisdom. Rest and rejuvenate the mind and body in the best way possible.

This Part II is open to all resident Indian nationals (who have completed the Part I course already & are 21 years old).

Earliest Arrival             : Oct 27th (Wednesday)

Course dates               : Oct 28th (Thursday) – Oct 31th (Sunday), 2010

Latest Departure         : Nov 1st by 12 noon, 2010

Medium                       : Kannada More...

Art of Living course calendar for July 2010, Bangalore Ashram

Gift yourself the time of your life with Art of living courses at Bangalore Ashram in July 2010

Part 2 course ( With Guruji ): 24 – 27 June & 1 – 4 July

Divya Samaj ka Nirman ( DSN ): 8 – 11 July

Blessings Course: 16 – 18 July

Guru Purnima Special Weeklong Silence Retreat: 19 – 25 July

Spiritual Retreat: 9 – 11 July

Regular Courses:

Part 1 course: Every week Friday – Sunday

Part 2 course: Every week Thursday – Sunday

Weekend Yoga Retreat: 2nd & 4th Saturday – Sunday

Sahaj Samadhi Meditation Course: Every week Friday – Sunday ( 2 hours every day )

Narayan Narayan Jai Jai Govind Hare – Art of Living bhajan

This video shows Art of living’s Bangalore ashram.

Lyrics of bhajan: Narayan Narayan Jai Jai Govind Hare

नारायण नारायण, जय जय गोविंद हरे

नारायण नारायण, जय जय गोपाल हरे

जय जय गोविंद हरे, जय जय गोपाल हरे

नारायण नारायण नारायण नारायण नारायण…

Hari Sundar Nand Mukunda – Art of Living bhajan by Rishi Nityapragya

Lyrics of bhajan: Hari Sundar Mukunda, Hari Narayan Om

हरि सुंदर नंद मुकुंदा हरि नारायण ॐ

हरि केशव, हरि गोविंदा, हरि नारायण हरि ॐ

वनमाली, मुरली धारी, गोवर्धन गिरिवर धारी

नित नित कर माखन चोरी, गोपी मन भाये

आओ रे, कान्हा रे, गोकुल के प्यारे

आओ रे, नाचो रे, रास रचाओ रे

हरि सुंदर नंद मुकुंदा हरि नारायण ॐ

Sri Sri Ravi Shankar’s message of peace on 30 May 2010, after a shootout at his convoy in Bangalore

30th May 2010, Sunday evening at around 6:00 pm, after the public Satsang as Guruji was getting into His car, a shot was fired at Him by an unknown gunman. This shot hit one of the devotees, Vinay on his thigh.

Guruji is completely safe, and Vinay has some injury but is otherwise alright.

Even after this incident, Guruji carried on with His next programs which included appointments in Bangalore city, and another Satsang with the people doing the Ashtavakra Gita Course at the Ashram. It was a rousing, celebrative Satsang, almost no one had any clue about what had happened… until Guruji Himself talked about it.

He said it could have been much worse, that person could have fired several rounds and hurt many people, but by God’s Grace, he fired only one round and made off. When asked whether He would increase security around Himself, he replied that He didn’t like security in between Him and His devotees and almost dismissed off the entire event as a freak incident. He categorically said that He would continue to mixing and mingling with people just like always.

He said we shouldn’t only worry about security at the Ashram, but worry about the condition of our country. This will improve dramatically when many more people tread the path of Spirituality.

Many people have suffered because of violence. We need to drastically strengthen the voice of Non Violence.

He also had a message for the terrorists. He told them, I will welcome you here, sit for a few days in Satsang and see whether you still want to follow the path of violence.

He ended by reassuring everyone, not to panic at all, drop all fear. He said He was not afraid of things like this, and life at ashram would continue as normal.

More: http://bawandinesh.name/assassination-bid-on-sri-sri-ravi-shankar/

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