Sadhguru at World Peace Conference in Rishikesh
Earlier this month, Sadhguru was a member of the World Peace Conference in Rishikesh, dedicated to preserving and protecting the environment.
 
 

Earlier this month, Sadhguru was a member of the World Peace Conference in Rishikesh, dedicated to preserving and protecting the environment.

On November 2nd & 3rd 2012, Parmarth Niketan Ashram hosted a huge interfaith gathering with prominent spiritual leaders of the world, who came together for an international conference entitled Environmental Protection for World Peace. Leaders of Hinduism, Jainism, Sikhism, Islam, Buddhism, Christianity, Judaism and Bahai from across the globe joined together to discuss the crucial role that religious/spiritual leaders need to play in protecting and preserving our environment.

Revered religious/spiritual leaders, distinguished dignitaries and industrialists, politicians from both major parties and Bollywood celebrities came together, on this momentous occasion, to join hands on the banks of Mother Ganga, and pledge themselves to the cause of Environmental Protection and Preservation.

Each esteemed guest spoke on the importance of protecting Mother Earth, and how it indeed relates to world peace, inspiring all present to take up the cause.  Furthermore, the event was broadcast live throughout India and the world, reaching the crucial message of environmental protection and unity into the homes and hearts of millions across the globe.

 
 
 
 
 
 
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5 years 7 months ago

''it is your light that lights the world''...Rumi

5 years 7 months ago

''Osho Teerth is a beautiful 12-acre park that has been created out of a publicly-owned, former wasteland.

It is not only a beautiful park but also a reflection of the simple ecological understanding that arises in meditation. That if you cannot love yourself, how can you love your neighbors, what to say of the trees.

What was once a barren patch of brown earth with a dirty stream down the middle has been transformed into a delightful garden now enjoyed by thousands of visitors every month. Its unique layout of spaces ― which are both separate yet remain part of the larger whole ― create the experience of the balance in nature between aloneness and oneness, of interdependence.

By demonstrating how easy it is to reverse the degradation of nature and re-establish a balance between a clean, healthy environment and the needs of a modern city, the park has become a model project.

This is a project that simultaneously addresses issues related to water regeneration and use, irrigation, health and social education, land use, reforestation and beautification. This one small seed is already fulfilling its potential to flower into many similar community-based projects. It can contribute immeasurably to the livability of humanity's habitat.

"With our deep meditation and gratitude for existence, it is possible that this earth can remain growing with more consciousness, with more flowers; it can become a lotus paradise."

"You are a guest. Leave this earth a little more beautiful, a little more human, a little more lovable, a little more fragrant, for those unknown guests who will be following you."