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  1. FAQ7

    FAQ question:  You often cooperate with the International Association for Human Values. What is the connection between the two organizations? FAQ answer:  The Art of Living closely cooperates with the International Association for Human Values; both organ ...
  2. FAQ6

    FAQ question:  In your websites you speak about ‘spiritual’ values. Doesn’t that mean The Art of Living is a religious organization? FAQ answer:  No, it is not a religious organization. By ‘spiritual values’ we mean universal human values like friendship, ...
  3. FAQ5

    FAQ question:  How do the finances work? Some of your programs are paid, like the Part 1 course, and others like trauma relief support are sponsored by the organisation? FAQ answer:  Part of the financing of our humanitarian efforts come from charitable d ...
  4. FAQ3

    FAQ question:  You are a charitable organization – so why do you have course contribution for your courses? FAQ answer:  We do indeed contribution charges for our Art of Living Part 1 courses, courses for children, teenagers, students and so on. The incom ...
  5. FAQ2

    FAQ question:  What is the profile of the organization? Is the organization a charity? A training organization? FAQ answer:  It is both. We do provide a range of training courses as well as engage in small and large-scale charitable ventures. In fact, the ...
  6. FAQ1

    FAQ question:  What are the goals of the Art of Living Foundation? FAQ answer:  A stress-free and violence-free society; to encourage people from all backgrounds, religions, and cultural traditions to come together in celebration, meditation and service. ...
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Founded in 1981 by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar,The Art of Living is an educational and humanitarian movement engaged in stress-management and service initiatives. Read More