A workshop conducted by
Uday Acharya, Mentor, VESLARC
25 June 2011
VESLARC Vedanta Workshop
in association with Vidya Vaaridhi Trust
Ram Keshwani, Trustee Vivekananda Education Society
Uday Acharya - Trustee, Vidya Vaaridhi Trust
Anushka Panjabi - Executive Manager VESLARC
Piya Mukherjee - Director VESLARC
A Nagananda, Faculty VESLARC
Vidya Vaaridhi Volunteers : Lalita and Geeta
Dr Geeta Mohan
Ravi Raman Presents
Ram Iyer Represents
There's room for more
Till we meet again
Topic: : Identity Crisis & Personal Integration
Balancing multiple roles is the new mantra in the fast changing world. Often role confusion sets in, with one role carrying forward to another. The parent goes to office, and the footballer answers the social studies test paper. In the melee, we forget to see who we basically are. What do we represent on this universe? Is there a core of stability and goodness within us that we can tap? Can we manage our routine stress and see beyond to appreciate the skies? What does Vedanta have to say about playing our roles in life?
This workshop looked into the insights of the Bhagvad Gita and other scriptures of the world to build an atmosphere of leisure and hrmony centred on our inner being. Vedanta creates a paradigm shift in the way we see ourselves. Are we human beings pursuing spiritually, or are we spiritual beings behaving as human beings?
Uday Acharya is a Vedanta student conducting Vedanta Satsang classes in Mumbai/Navi Mumbai. He organizes spiritual camps and weekend workshops on Vedanta and related topics. He is a mentor for VESLARC which conducts workshops for teachers, students, parents of Vivekananda Education Society (VES). He is Trustee of Vidya Vaaridhi Trust, an NGO promoting learning and personal growth.
VES Leadership Academy and Leadership Centre (VESLARC)