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After lunch we all gathered again at the serene and picturesque Nagaike Nature Park for another multicultural performance and meditation workshop. A kuchi pudi dance was performed followed by meditation and music in languages including English, Spanish, African, Hindi & Japanese.  The guests enjoyed the musical performances and participated by clapping and singing along.  The room …

Our first program in Tokyo entailed a visit to the Nagaike Nature Centre which is located within a nature reserve, set amongst beautiful gardens and a lake. Here, we ran a small workshop offering meditation, live music performances and mental silence group activities. The games were thoroughly enjoyed by the guests and allowed us to …

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 …

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, …

For the next 3 days (August 6th to August 8th) we all will be sent out into different areas of Turkey with our “family” groups for “Action Projects.” We will update you on our experiences when we regather as one group. Thanks for Reading!

World Youth Congress Day 5

Today for the 7am morning meditation we had a nice mix of people who had come before and those who came for the first time. For today we began with a guided meditation while sitting on the grass. We then got into groups of three (with one experienced meditator and two newer meditators) and shared …

World Youth Congress Day 4

Today’s meditation at 7am consisted of some new people returning and some others who came for the first time. This morning we did a meditation with specific focus on using our attention to help us go deeper. The early morning silence and light provided the perfect setting for our group. One could tangibly feel how …

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