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  1. Privacy Policy

    International Art of Living Foundation (the "Art of Living") respects the privacy rights of visitors to our website and is committed to protecting those rights. To support this commitment, we have adopted a Privacy Policy that guides how we coll ...
  2. Terms of Use

    Acceptance of the Terms of Use Welcome to the website of the International Art of Living Foundation. These Terms of Use govern your access to and use of our website, including any content, functionality and services offered on or through our website. Plea ...
  3. Contact Information

    The offices of Sri Sri Ravi Shankar are located in the Art of Living headquarters, India and Washington DC. International Headquarters, Bangalore, India Contact Person: Girin Govind Phone No: +91 8 28432273/4 Fax: +91 80 2843 2833 Email: secratariat@arto ...
  4. FAQ17

    What is the significance of the breath? Why is it so important? Breathing is normally an unconscious process. The breath is the link between the body, mind and spirit. When the mind is free of fear, guilt and anger, and is more centred, then it can heal t ...
  5. FAQ16

    What is a satsang? I noticed The Art of Living organizes events called satsangs where there is a lot of singing and dancing, like a party. It looks like a lot of fun, but what has that to do with stress relief or promoting human values? As we all know tod ...
  6. FAQ15

    How long has the Art of Living Part I course been taught? Since the early 198's. Since then millions of people from different backgrounds, religions and cultures have done the course globally. Website Section:  About Us Faq ...
  7. FAQ14

    Is it a self development program or something spiritual? It's both! The basis of spirituality is simply knowing ourselves better. You will find that the Art of Living Course releases layers of stress without effort. You will discover the hidden laws ...
  8. FAQ13

    Where do the techniques come from? India? Yoga? Many of the techniques used in our programs are indeed based on yoga, and it is also true to say that ‘the East’ in general has a long tradition of ways of dealing with stress. You might say that eastern cul ...
  9. FAQ12

    So, can anyone take part in a program? Yes! The courses are open to people of all ages, backgrounds, cultures and traditions from across the world. They do not conflict with any person’s existing religious or spiritual practices. "We identify ourselv ...
  10. FAQ11

    How can I become a member of your organization? There is no formal membership process. A member could be anyone who would like to come for a course, volunteer (see previous FAQ, No. 13) or donate. If you would like to participate in a free-of-charge intro ...
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