The Fall season, and specifically November, has been vibrant and overwhelming in the Gulf countries the last two years, as it almost seems like a tradition now with Sadhguru’s visit to the area. Since his successful public talk last year in Dubai, and with the support of ever-enthusiastic volunteers, many have been touched by Sadhguru’s presence in this region.
This month, Sadhguru will be visiting Doha, Qatar on November 11th 2013 as a speaker in the Fourth Qatar International Businesswomen Forum. The conference will be held at the St. Regis Hotel and will host speakers, panellists and delegates from the Gulf and the Arab world as well as from Europe, the United States, Canada, Russia, Malaysia and Australia. The main theme of the conference will be “Arab Business Women as Change Makers,” focusing on leadership potential and style for women. Sadhguru will be giving his talk on “Inner Engineering – Technologies for Wellbeing” to an audience of more than 800 participants worldwide, from senior government officials, the business community, experts in many fields, to social activists, representatives of the civil society, and women business leaders.
Following the conference, Sadhguru will be interviewed by several leading magazines, newspapers and TV channels from the Middle East and the Gulf region. If his schedule permits, meditators are planning his excursion at the Doha Golf Club, which is an 18-hole, 7,374-yard, par-72 championship course that was designed by Peter Harradine. The Doha Golf Club is also one of the first grass-golf courses built in the Middle East.
With a vision to make what Sadhguru has to offer available to as many people as possible, the volunteers in Qatar thought that this conference would be an appropriate place to start.