We are experiencing a crisis of suffering in the world. Much of that suffering is due to the increasing division between groups of humans and other humans. Whole populations are pushed aside, dehumanized, victimized and ignored: refugees, migrants, prisoners, hospice patients, trauma victims, underprivileged youth, survivors of natural disasters to name a few. We reach these pockets of people with meditation.
The need of the times is to heal the perception of seeing people as “other” and therefore fearing them. Meditation is the ultimate bridge builder, and we endeavor to build those bridges by raising the collective consciousness, one individual at a time.
We look for where is the greatest need and bring meditation there as way to:
Ease suffering in places where it is plentiful.
Bring attention to people in great need.
Inspire others to use their talents to help where help is needed.
Migrant Border Crisis
Our vision is…
to bring Vedic Meditation to the migrants trying to cross the Mexican/US border in order to ease their suffering, raise awareness of the humanity of those in need, and inspire others to help in whatever way they can.
The migrant crisis…
is at the center of public attention and is a trigger for the divisiveness that has taken root across the globe. So much of that attention has been negative, causing many people who would otherwise be in a position to help to either do nothing or act out of fear leading to the inhumane treatment of the migrant population.
Our vision is to bring Vedic Meditation to the migrants trying to cross the Mexican/US border in order to ease their suffering, raise awareness of the humanity of those in need, and inspire others to help in whatever way they can.
In order to teach as many at one time as possible, we host four-day classes run by multiple teachers with translators. We’re looking for VM or TM initiators who would like to volunteer for these roles.
The migrant crisis is the ground zero of this consciousness epidemic. If we can bring healing here, we can begin to heal us all.