Exploitation – No More

I have already said that human beings use only a very small percentage of their inherent capacity – less than one percent, to be precise. Even people whom society has accepted as great personalities use hardly ten percent of their inherent capabilities, and the remaining ninety percent remains unutilized. To put it very plainly, human beings waste ninety percent of their capacity. Those who are very crude by nature waste half of their time in idle pursuits, and the rest of the time they only use a small percentage of their capacity for worthwhile tasks. The term “crude” refers to those people who utilize their physical capacity but totally neglect their mental and spiritual power.

Why do human beings fail to utilize their total capacity? First, they do not know how to utilize their capacity – they lack proper knowledge as to what should be done and what should not be done. Secondly, they are habitually indolent, suffering from psychic and spiritual inertness.

Funasia Radio show on Satusrday from 8 am to 9 am

Apekshit Mulay, Kamal Albright and Ashish Albright will talk about Ananda Marga Yoga-Meditaion in Bhakti Program at FunAsia radio. Rekha will host the show. Listeners can also listen online at www.funasia.net. Click on 700 AM link and turn off 104.9 FM link.

Ananda Marga spiritual event in Bangladesh

Historical Dharma Maha Sammelan In Bangladesh

A historical DMS was held in Bangladesh at "Ananda Uttara" Master Unit, Pirganj, Thakurgaon, Bangladesh on March 10 & 11, 2011. A grand reception was given to the representative of Rev. Purodha Pramukha, Acarya Svarupananda Avadhuta and the Central representatives at the Dhaka Air Port on their arrival and the Dharma Maha Sammelan venue. An overwhelming gathering of over 500 Devotees of Baba from all over the Bangladesh attended Dharma Maha Sammelan and were highly inspired.

A senior Purodha Acarya Svarupananda Avadhuta addressed the devotees on the holy occasion of Dharma Mahasammelan as representative of the Rev. Purodha Pramukha of Ananda Marga Pracaraka Samgha. The topics of discourse on both days were Spiritual Sadhana and the role of Mantra given by Maha Sambhuti, The processes of Yoga & Tantra Sadhana, The details and the advantages of different lessons of Ananda Marga Sadhana, Devotion (Bhakti) and realization of the Supreme.

AMURT wants to help Hinoshima, Japan Earthquake and Tsunami victims

Dear All brothers and sisters Namaskar!

As you know the Japan has been badly hit by sever earthquake and then Tsunami. It is one of the biggest natural disaster of this century.
More than 300 hundred people have lost there lives, hundreds are missing and thousand have become shelter less.In this critical hours it is our fore most duties and responsibilities to extend all possible help and support in any kind to people of Japan affected by this biggest natural disaster.
We have our AMURT/AMURTEL unit in Japan. Ac. Shubhanirjashananda Avadhuta (SS)and Ac. Yogananda Avadhuta AMURT co-coordinator (SOS) Hongkong May be contacted without making any delay.

Dada Yogananda (Acting SOS), 886-6-5741965, +886-2-29333036 , Mob: +886-937298764, www.hks.amps.org

With my best wishes and regards to all

Always At HIS Lotus Feet

Ac. Ramananda Avadhuta. Global
AMURT Secretary AMURT Bhavan
Anandanagar, India

Universal Yoga Meditation Club participated in University of Texas at Arlington's Health Fair

Universal Yoga Meditation Club participated in University of Texas at Arlington's Health Fair. More than 200 people came and received fliers. Many of them signed up for the yoga classes. University's Health Center invited the yoga club. The club showcased Ananda Marga yoga books, posters and banners about the activities and events. The Shorthorn mentioned yoga classes in the article. See the link below for more information:
http://www.theshorthorn.com/index.php/news/studentlife/1137-health-fair-...

Yoga classes at Brookhaven College

FREE YOGA CLASSES AND INSTRUCTION IN MEDITATION

Learn to:
1. Increase mental power for more effective study.
2. Increase health, longevity and resistance to sickness.
3. Attain inner happiness and a stress-free environment.
4. Restore emotional harmony.
5. Tap into your inner mental potential for increased creativity, and a problem-solving capacity.

Schedule for Spring Semester 2011 Semester: All Classes in Room: T 131 from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm on every Wednesday.

For more information about the classes, or if you are interested in learning meditation and yogasana feel free to contact at rdyoga@gmail.com or call 972.699.3838 or cell: 214.315.0869.

You can join the yoga facebook group by searching rdyoga.

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