Humaniversity AUM – Awareness, Understanding, Meditation

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Humaniversity AUM – Awareness, Understanding, Meditation 2018-08-10T12:56:14+00:00

Humaniversity AUM – Awareness, Understanding, Meditation

Learn about your emotions, release your stress and reclaim the joy of being alive!

Learn about your emotions, release your stress and reclaim the joy of being alive!

AUM stands for Awareness, Understanding & Meditations. It is an international event happening in 60 countries by certified AUM Leaders.

Humaniversity AUM is a social interactive process guiding you in a safe and supportive environment through 14 aspects of the human experience; Hatred, forgiveness, Love, Stamina, Life Energy, Chaos, Dance, Sadness, Laughter, Sensuality, Chanting, Silence, Respect and Sharing.

The AUM is a Social Meditation that combines movement, role playing and vocal expression. By participating in the AUM you can experience a deep sense of aliveness, warmth, relaxation and acquire a taste for life again!

Veeresh, Founder of Humaniversity has created AUM in 1989. Dr. Ronak is personally trained by him to offer this innovative process in India & since 2012 he is conducting AUM every month in India.

“The AUM Meditation will go down in history as my greatest contribution to spiritual awareness.”

–Veeresh

Benefits:

Peaceful Mind | Loving Heart | Flowing Emotion | Beautiful Behavior | Fulfilling Relationships | AUM can change your life

Facilitator

Dr. Ronak Gandhi, Founder & CEO
(MBBS, PGDHHM, FRIPH)

Ronak is a Medical Doctor, Holistic Health Practitioner, Zen Counsellor, Enlovement Coach, TEDx Speaker & Peace Ambassador. He is the only Indian with the 4th Black belt in Kyudo – Japanese Zen Archery and a trained facilitator in Meditation, Therapy, Hypnosis & Healing Arts.

What Participants Say

I attended the HLTP workshop which was a lot of fun. It was interactive, well conducted and full of activities. I touched base with certain emotions and learnt new techniques to deal with them. It was interesting.

Darshana Doshi, http://freelance writer/editor/journalist