According to the teachings of Buddha, all material existence is impermanent (Anitya) and the cause of discomfort (Duhkha), and so to achieve fulfillment one must seek knowledge of the not-self (Anatman), which is the state of existence without the ego of the ‘I’ or ‘mine’. The ancient philosophy of meditation, which provides a path away …

Welcome to Japan

After the success of the second Jordan tour Meditate to Regenerate is pleased to announce the The Japan Project 2014!  Approximately 21 youth instructors will be going to Japan for two weeks in late April to conduct Meditate to Regenerate programs within Japanese corporations and schools. We believe that our mental silence meditation, self development …

A Day of Adventures

After having started the day late, we got lost in Zaatari. Our driver did not know where we were supposed to go for our workshop. We went to numerous child centres at the camp, until at last we were told we were expected. But we had been expecting some mothers and youths. Instead we were …

Zaateri camp

It was my first day on the tour and as we arrived to Zaateri camp, we saw the appalling conditions and the hardships the refugees have to go through, which really touched me, and at the same time outlined the importance of teaching meditation at this place. The first group of people we had a …

Jordan Tour Film

Here are some impressions of the Jordan Tour last April, enjoy!

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A Green Hand for all of Lebanon

Day 20 – The beauty of Meditate to Regenerate is that because it shows how to bring inner development at the core of every organisation, it can work in a wide variety of contexts. Therefore today we held a workshop with Green Hand, an environmental, social and cultural NGO that works at the heart of …

Day 18 & 19 – We’ve finally had a chance to perform outdoors on Manara seaside next to American University of Beirut! The municipality of Beirut was very friendly to us and gave their permission to perform in this crowded place, where a lot of tourists and Lebanese people spend their Sunday evenings. In fact, …

Juvenile Boys Prison & Caritas

Day 17 – Today was definitely one of the big highlights of the tour. After hearing the exiting news the day before that we were asked to hold an interview on the Tele Liban TV channel which broadcasts to most to the Arab world we sent four of our members to the TV station. The …

Yesterday we had a workshop at the head quarters of AIE Serve a youth-based organization with the goal of spreading love, respect and acceptance via increasing awareness, education and voluntary service. There were about one dozen people attending the workshop and nearly all of them were very interested in meditation and had been looking for …

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