Art of Living at Work Archive

  • Inter-faith Peace Camp with Jews and Muslims from Israel premiered at Art of Living’s Academy in the Black Forest in Germany

    "Break your walls" Peace Camp at Art of Living’s European Center fosters a peaceful coexistence and mutual acceptance Oppenau, 20th April 2012 – It was a promising premier. On Monday, the seven-day peace camp concluded, seeing happy and cheerful participants leaving as closely connected friends back...
  • For a Drop of Life

    The soap makes her vision blurry as she flows down a hollow rusty pipe collecting particles contradicting her purity and making her heavy. She feels the texture of millions like her, gushing through the coarse metal and out into a deep dark pit. A hoard of small stones and fine particles of sand meet...
  • In and Through the Slums of Bangalore

    “We used to go in the slums, sit on the streets and do satsang, children and some people used to gather to listen. Then one day they told us that they had a room which we could use for our programs, that’s how it all began.” There are 30 slums in Bangalore that have been adopted under the ‘Divine Karnataka...
  • Peace Child International and The Art of Living

    A long-term collaboration for youth empowerment: The Art of Living Foundation and Peace Child International The Art of Living Foundation has signed an MoU with Peace Child International to work on many crucial projects, aimed at empowering young people to rise to the challenge of sustainable lifestyles....
  • Smiling Uniforms

    It is rare to see a smiling, calm and an energetic policeman (women included) on the streets of India. But, for the citizens of the far northeastern state of Arunachal Pradesh, this won’t be a rare scenario.  Being a policeman, is not an easy job. There are prejudices about the men and women...
  • Youth Village

    Making a difference for our youth & community In August 2005, The Art of Living Foundation and it's sister organization The International Association for Human Values (IAHV) established a partnership with Forte High School in Dobsonville, Soweto, Johannesburg. The partnership started with a medical...
  • Sudarshan Kriya powers Tine's Mount Everest climb

    Mount Everester Tine Mena tells how the Sudarshan Kriya helped her when she was struggling to breathe! She has not only climbed the Mount Everest, but also conquered the summit of life. Coming from a remote village in Arunachal Pradesh, India and born into a poor family of farmers, Tine Mena had to...
  • Hands Up for Kids in Nairobi

    It all began in 2009. Based in Lamu, Kenya as an Art of Living Part 1 and Art Excel teacher, Monika Fauth organized the Art of Living Stand Up and Take Action supporting the Millennium Development Goals. Inspired by the results Monika, together with the International Association of Human Values (IAHV)...
  • Haiti Earthquake Relief

    Haiti EarthquakeThe earthquake in January 2010 shook a nation that was already in the throes of political instability and poverty. The Red Cross estimated that three million people have been affected by the earthquake, which took the lives of hundreds of thousands, injured many more and left over one...
  • Going Green in Canada

    Deepening Roots was created in 2005 by volunteers from The Art of Living to offer youth a unique, experience-based approach to sustainable agriculture and leadership. Deepening Roots brings together educators in the fields of permaculture, health and wellness, meditation and leadership development to...
  • Touching Lives Positively

    Touching Lives Positively Eleanor Alfred (42) of Harare, Zimbabwe lovingly known as Mai Tafara (mother of Tafara, her home suburb) shares her life’s story: "I was diagnosed with HIV along with my husband. He passed away some years ago and after this, I too fell ill. Things were difficult...
  • Program for Migrant and Refugee Women

    Australia has one of the highest refugee resettlement rates in the world. Although many women refugees have had to flee from their countries as a result of war and other crises, adjustment to life in a new country also presents significant challenges. Immigrant and refugee women in Australia suffer...
  • Rays of Hope in the City of Sun

    "All my children have left the house and I have been very lonely. This made me feel secluded, sad and sick. After taking this course I feel great and I live without stress and now I would change nothing. Thank you everyone," expressed a Haitian woman after completing an Art of Living Course...
  • Healing Breath Flows Through Kyrgyzstan

    “International Association for Human Values (IAHV) gives hope to people, teaches us to live in spite of difficulties, and teaches us to forgive and enjoy every moment of our life given by the Creator! Our city returns to life after terrible shocks,” shares Erkin Nurmamatov with tears of gratitude,...
  • Ravi Meher: From shining shoes to being a sparkling example

    Year 2000: Shoe polish, Brush and An Intention As 17-year old Ravi Meher packed his bags after yet another day in the government school at Sakri, a small village in Bilaspur, the only thought that lingered in his mind was to head towards the little shanty on the footpath where his father sat rubbing...
  • Advanced Course for Prisoners in Argentina

    Maximum security takes on new meaning as prisons go from violence to peace in Argentina “I am learning to be a better person. I welcome the change in me and I will not ever return to a place like this. I now see things differently, which is on track,” shares Chuky, Unit 21, Bell in Argentina.He...
  • Wedding bells in a Belgian prison

    After a life-altering Prison SMART workshop, trials, tribulations and bombardment of affection, Marco gets married. Love stories are always heart-warming to hear. Especially, when love comes your way when you least expect it and yet need it the most. Marco's is one such story, a story of finding love...
  • Helping leprosy-affected in Singapore

    Helping leprosy-affected in Singapore Entering the living spaces of the leprosy-affected, The Art of Living has turned around the lives of 44 residents of The SILRA Home. Since July 2007, The Art of Living volunteers have regularly participated in The Home’s expanding activities. Volunteers have...
  • Ghana village gets eye doctors after 8 years

    After 8 years residents of the little hamlet of Keta got access to eye care. For these 700 Ghanains a one-day eye camp on 15 April 2011 was life transforming. “The people of this region are known to be afflicted by a variety of eye ailments,” says Ruchi Ghanashyam, the High Commisioner of...
  • Prisoner rehabilitation in Taiwan

    Since 2004, The Art of Living’s Prison Smart Program has found its roots in five correctional facilities of Taiwan as a way of rehabilitating the inmates. The Tucheng Detention Center offers a five-day course each month with an average of 60 participants per course, reaping the benefits of stress...
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