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Weekly Newsletter from Sri Sri Yoga New Jersey - Monday Nov 28th, 2011

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    Weekly Newsletter from Sri Sri Yoga New Jersey - Monday Nov 28th, 2011 ART OF LIVING COURSE - FIRST TIME IN FLEMINGTON, NJ AOL course taught by Vikas Chawla, a
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      Weekly Newsletter from Sri Sri Yoga New Jersey - Monday Nov 28th, 2011

       

      ART OF LIVING COURSE - FIRST TIME IN FLEMINGTON, NJ

       

      AOL course taught by Vikas Chawla, a very senior teacher

      Date: Dec 9-12   Timing: Fri,Mon: 7-9:30pm, Sat, Sun: 10am-4pm

      Venue: 548 County Road 579 (Milestone Manor), Ringoes, NJ 08551

       

      ü  Learn Sudarshan Kriya: immensely powerful, it incorporates specific natural rhythms of breath to release stress and purify the entire system by releasing toxins at the deepest cellular level.

      ü  Stretching and low-impact yoga for health, circulation, and physical well-being.

      ü  Guided meditation and breathing techniques that increase energy and deeply relax the body and mind.

      ü  Skills for handling negative emotions and situations.

      ü  Practical wisdom for improving focus at work and harmony in relationships.

      ü  Guided interactive processes ... lots of fun.

       

      This is an interesting 5 min animation video on SKY.  Please watch it and share it with your friends.

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F4S_4jX0ERA&feature=channel_video_title

       

      MSNBC news coverage on Art Of Living

      http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=2458549318491879355#

       

      Please forward this message to your friends and relatives live in this area.

      For more info, please call Shree at 732-599 8914.


      HEALTH TIPS

       

      HOLIDAY GIFT TIPS

       

      Be smart this holiday season - don't destroy the health of those you love

      Whatever you give people this holiday season, be smart and consider the following:

      • WHERE does this gift come from? What is its resource and manufacturing impact on the environment?

      • WHO profits from me buying this gift? Does it enrich some evil corporation?

      • WHAT will be the impact on the person I'm giving this gift to? Will it improve their live in a meaningful way?

      The more you consider these questions, the better your gift-giving success will be... and not just at a personal level, but at a global level where you are fully aware of the global impacts of your purchasing and gift-giving decisions.

      Learn more:
      http://www.naturalnews.com/034253_Christmas_gifts_toxic_chemicals.html#ixzz1ex2CyeGh

       

      Dangerous gift #1) Perfumes and colognes (promote cancer)

      Dangerous gift #2) Processed meats, hams and sausages (promote cancer and diabetes)

      Dangerous gift #3) Video game consoles (promote violence)

      Dangerous gift #4) Mobile phones (promote type-3 diabetes)

      Dangerous gift #5) Clothing that's full of GMOs, dyes and pesticides

       

      THIS TIME OF YEAR GIVE A LIFETIME WARRANTY GIFT BY HELPING HIM OR HER TO TAKE ART OF LIVING COURSE, A LIFE TRANSFORMING COURSE TO LEAD A HEATHIER AND HAPPIER LIFE EVEN AMIDST CRISIS, CONFLICTS, CHAOS, BAD ECONOMY, LOSS, NEGATIVITIES, ETC

       

       

      KNOWLEDGE SHEET

      By H H Sri Sri

       

      What does success mean?


      What does success mean? There is no question of success if you have nothing to gain. There is nothing to gain if you have come only to give and serve. Success implies non-supremacy. It indicates that there is a chance of failure. If something is supreme, there is nothing to lose.

      Success means going beyond a limit. To exceed a limit you need to assume that you have a limit. Assuming a limit is underestimating yourself. If you have no boundaries, then where is your success? You do not say that you successfully drank a glass of water, because it is well within your capabilities. But when you do something that is beyond your perceived limits, you claim success.

      When you realize your unboundedness, then no action is an achievement.

      Anyone who runs after success or who claims to be successful only reveals his limitation. If you feel very successful, it means that you have underestimated yourself. All your achievements can only be smaller than you. Taking pride in any achievement is belittling yourself.

      When you serve others, you may feel that you have not done enough but you will never feel that you have been unsuccessful. Real service is when you feel that you have not done enough.

       

       

      SAVE PLANET CAMPAIGN

       

       

      ORGANIC CONSUMERS CAMPAIGN AGAINT GMO

      http://www.organicconsumers.org/campaigns.cfm

       

       

      To the reader:

      Sri Sri Yoga NJ Team will be sending regular weekly newsletter updates on the upcoming events and courses to the members who have taken Sri Sri Yoga and/or taken any yoga programs conducted by Art Of Living.  These emails will include topics on the courses, events, knowledge pertaining to Yoga, Ayurveda and Diet. Please send your feed back to srisriyoganj@... with the subject `Feed back'.  If you don't want to receive emails from this group, please opt to unsubscribe by clicking on the unsubscribe link below.

       

      Jai Guru Dev

      Victory to the BIG mind

       

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