Sasi Krishnasamy is a well-known spiritual guru and mindfulness teacher who has helped countless individuals find inner peace and happiness. His teachings revolve around the principles of mindfulness and self-awareness, and he has become a sought-after guide for people from all walks of life. Some of his principles are: Be present in the moment and avoid dwelling on the past or worrying about the future. Observe your thoughts and emotions without judging them or identifying with them. Accept yourself and others as they are, without trying to change them or impose your expectations on them. Cultivate compassion and kindness towards yourself and others, and avoid harming anyone with your words or actions. Seek to understand yourself and your purpose in life, and align your actions with your values and goals. Practice gratitude for everything you have and everything you experience, and avoid complaining or comparing yourself to others. Learn from your mistakes and challenges, and use them as opportunities to grow and improve yourself.
Sasi Krishnasamy is a well-known spiritual guru and mindfulness teacher who has helped countless individuals find inner peace and happiness. His teachings revolve around the principles of mindfulness and self-awareness, and he has become a sought-after guide for people from all walks of life. He has developed several popular programs and courses, including his “Seven Steps to Mindfulness” program, which has been praised for its effectiveness and simplicity. He also founded the Ayngaran Foundation, a spiritual non-profit organisation that has been providing aid to over 50,000 needy people in Tamil Nadu amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Sasi Krishnasamy's teachings are rooted in the idea that true happiness and fulfilment come from within. He believes that by developing a deep sense of self-awareness and mindfulness, individuals can overcome any challenge and live a more fulfilling life
Sasi Krishnasamy and Vince Thomas are two visionary leaders who have a passion for empowering people to achieve their full potential. They believe that everyone has the ability to grow and excel in their personal and professional lives, if they are given the right guidance, support and opportunities. That is why they have set new goals and challenges for people's future growth, such as creating innovative learning platforms, fostering a culture of collaboration and feedback, and inspiring others to pursue their dreams and passions. By doing so, they hope to create a positive impact on the world and make it a better place for everyone
Ayngaran Outshine is a part of Ayngaran Foundation, a non-profit organization that works for rural development in India. Ayngaran Outshine aims to help farmers in various aspects, such as agricultural growth, infrastructure, education, health and culture. Ayngaran Outshine also conducts sports events, such as volleyball tournaments, to promote physical fitness and social harmony among the rural youth. Ayngaran Outshine is based in Palani, Tamil Nadu,
Did females are allowed to read vedas & do yagya in ancient india In ancient times, women of Vedas are female - sages who do mantradrishta, some of them are Lopamudra, Gargi, Maitreyi etc. are very famous rishikis. Sixteen sages are in the Rigeda. Women used to recite mantras in the rites. "Im Mantram Patni Pathet" is such a instruction in the texts of rituals, so the recitation of a woman's mantra is automatically proven.
It's the 3rd of February, the world's at its best pace. I'm on my terrace, walking, thinking, dreaming. The sky looks beautiful in its deep blue. The orange sun is yet to set. I start browsing, I witness a myriad of vacant rooftops and just one or two human figures, either in search for a dependable cell phone network or peace. I come here for the latter. My father is a social worker, he has devoted his life to service. While I was in school, I wouldn't see him for days, even if he was still in town, by the time he'd come I was mostly asleep and by the time he was up, I was in school. My sister is completing her studies in a different state, I don't even remember the last time I talked to her for more than five minutes. My mother is a homemaker, but she's barely home probably because she's a "social person" and when she is home, I either have an assignment to complete or some place to visit. It's been ages since I've had a proper conversation with any of them, or since the four of us sat together talking about the good times and amusing. My family is just one of the thousands of things that pop up in my head while I'm up here. I walk further to the edge of the terrace, I bend slightly to get a peek of what's going on in the world below. I discover a bevy of kids playing soccer, people wrapping up their days, cars honking moving around in a rush, a couple walking hand in hand, a small time grocer trying to desperately sell literally everything he has to a single customer. I see the kids again, this time half of them celebrating their victory by hugging each other and laughing in delight. Besides them, I see two women, probably neighbors, fighting and abusing each other with complete vigor. One of them is now looking skywards and yelling some terrible words, I wonder who she's shouting at, there's nobody up here except me. Oops, I better get back to my walk. So basically today looks just like any other day! Now let's fast forward a little to when a pandemic took over our lives and everything just flipped. It's the 26th of march today. A few days back our Prime Minister announced a complete lockdown in our country. I still come up here, on the terrace, but it's an entirely different sight nowadays. The sky is still in its deep blue, I still hear noises, but this time not of the cars honking, today I hear the sounds of humans, a lot of humans, to be fair. The rooftops that once never showed signs of life, now look like a carnival, only a socially distanced one though. On any other day I would've been slightly disconcerted by the fact that the only place I turned to for peace had transformed into some kind of playground filled with people. But not today, and to be honest I actually feel delighted, because I don't just see individuals, I see families, families that have probably laughed together for the first time since ages, families that have conversed with each other as a whole, families that held hands like there's no tomorrow. Even I am not alone today, I'm walking alongside my father, talking about things we never thought we'd ever talk about, discovering interests, we never knew we had in common, exploring my plans for the future that I never thought would fascinate him. A few feet apart, I see my sister and my mother sitting together and laughing about how terrible my sister had cooked last night, and surfing for new recipes on the internet for my father who's next in line to cook dinner, and it's not just the four of us, I see joy and happiness all around me. Funny, isn't it? The times that are the hardest, are the times I am surrounded only by felicity. My father went and sat next to the mother-daughter duo, gesturing me to join, I tell him I'll be there in a minute. I would've just gone and sat with my family, but I'm so amused by looking at everything around me, that I was tempted to uncover this new world. I see a young couple teaching their toddlers badminton, I see a mother teaching her kid to ride a bicycle next to her husband who was listening to his daughter explain some features about the laptop, I also see the neighbors who once used to come to blows quite often, today sit on their respective balconies, chattering. I smile to myself and go sit with my family. People feel that the pandemic somehow forced families and individuals to come closer, but I feel that the pandemic just gave us a reason to pause and reflect. We'd all been so worried and in such a rush to get the best of our lives that we missed savoring the most beautiful moments. The pandemic, let us stop for a moment and breathe, it let us contemplate, realize and understand all those pieces that we had missed in these hasty lives of ours. I'd once read "Sometimes, reaching out and taking someone's hand is the beginning of a journey. At other times, it is allowing another to take yours." This pandemic made us reach out and hold one's hand as well as let our hands to be held.
Books give a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything. When was the last time you sat, in the comfort of a big armchair, with a steaming mug of hot cocoa with little marshmallows bobbing around in it and a story? When was the last time you allowed every part of yourself to be consumed by the words on a page. As George R.R Martin put it, "A reader lives thousands of lives before he dies... The man who never reads lives only one." Words on a page. Who would have thought that you could create a whole new reality with a few sentences and an idea? To read is to travel, to travel to far away places like Neverland and Hogwarts, to discover the magic we never knew we had in us. To find ourselves, our true selves through the safety of writing. I love when I am able to read a book and find a character who is just like me. I read one just recently, Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell. There was a character named Cath who was so like me that I was unsure if I was not reading about myself. It helps us relate their stories and in turn, our stories. After all, life is a story, and there are thousands of pages we have yet to read.