Enabling beings to achieve fulfillment in their lives
When we increase our happiness, it makes us healthier and increases our productivity, creativity, generosity, resilience and success in our relationships. Understanding the true causes of happiness also helps us to live a simpler, happier life in harmony with our ourselves and our planet.
Research shows that happiness is a skill that can be learnt through practice of simple but effective techniques.
At earth&us we provide workshops on sustainable happiness for a range of audiences (corporates, colleges, groups etc), equipping beings with critical tools for long-term well-being.
Team earth&us conducted a one-day workshop for Rajya Anand Sansthan in Bhopal. The sansthan has been set up by Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan to promote happiness in the state and establish a prototype for the rest of the country to follow.
The workshop was attended by 38 participants hailing from myriad professional backgrounds including directors and consultants at Rajya Anand Sansthan, psychologists, college lecturers, school teachers, social workers and students.
It was a wonderful experience for Team earth&us as well as the participants!
earth&us conducted 3 one day workshops on happiness and stress management at Govt. Rajeev Gandhi P. G. College. It was attended by 150 participants and included both students and faculty. The workshop was the first of its kind in the region and was very well received.
The workshop was conducted as part of the statewide initiative on happiness under Anand Mantralaya.
Minhaj Ameen was lead faculty for a J Term programme with university students from USA for 5 years. The programme was held Sadhana Forest in Auroville. Integral to the programme were the sessions on the science and philosophy of happiness and learning how to be happier.
Articles on Living Roots
Happiness is an important aspect of our lives. We are all seeking happiness. We are striving to earn more money. We are spending more to lead better lifestyles. We are consuming more day after day but are we really becoming happier? Our goals are often not sync in with the tiny habits that dwell deep within us. It is here that the key to altering our actions favourably lies.
We endeavour to kindle young minds through platforms like Swadharma, a month long self discovery course in Auroville, to discover the concept of Happiness.