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SPOTLIGHT ON SEVA

FUNDACIÓN SOCIAL AMAR DAS

 

Amar Das Social Foundation in Chile is a group of loving people who bring food to vulnerable people and the homeless in times of pandemic.

IN FOCUS

Check out our first episode of RISING BY SERVING TOGETHER , where we're exploring: How to connect with what's been going on to effectively serve existing needs.

Check out our FIRST CHAI CHAT, about the different ways you can serve through Kundalini Yoga.  

 

In the SECOND CHAI CHAT we talked about the opportunities and challenges of serving during the pandemic. Check it out!

Need a break? Take a minute to stop, close your eyes, connect with your breath, and relax into the sound of the THERAPEUTIC GONG. Check it out!

Can you do it? Watch your breathing. Is it a reconnection point or a big challenge for you? TAKE A BREAK

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MORE PROJECTS

YOGA E 

NEGRITUDE

Project Yoga e Negritude seeks to reflect greater diversity and equity within the world of Kundalini Yoga and self-care through yoga photography featuring black men and women, who have been historically neglected in the world of Yoga.

INTERFAITH MEETING

Kundalini Yoga is not yet well known in Haiti. "Harmony Day" - an interaction of traditions -  seeks to openly share the practice of Kundalini Yoga in Haiti and to promote understanding between traditions. On this occasion, the experience involved connecting with the Voodoo community, a tradition that is strongly rooted in the culture of the Haitian people.

MEDITATION

AT THE HOSPITAL

Using meditation practices, Siri Nidhan Kaur has supported the medical team on the front line at the Fundación Alcorcón University Hospital in Spain during the most difficult times of the pandemic.

FIGHTING 

FOREST FIRES

Learn about how ordinary people are organizing themselves to serve their local communities in the fight against fire in Brazil. It is an inspiring reflection on how we all can, and should, serve our Mother Earth.