THE PRACTICE OF NEOHUMANISM
Neohumanism provides an outlook for a life affirming society and for securing the rights of nature. But its promise requires individuals who are embodiments of the neohumanist ideal. This class introduces the five-part system of practice that cultivates neohumanist consciousness. It brings together moral development, spiritual development, mental discernment, commitment to social equality, and seeing the sacred in all life. This is a system of practice that is accessible to all. Its practice can bring forward compassionate and dedicated agents of change who are needed to secure a viable and equitable future for humanity and to access vast new collective potentials.
This course takes place over Zoom. Register with the form below to receive the Zoom link to your inbox.
DATE: Saturday, September 25
TIME: 10:00 AM Pacific Time
Ravi Logan is the Director of the PROUT Institute, and the Director of Transformation Education, the training and education department of Ananda Seva. He is the principal author of PROUT: A New Paradigm of Development. His new books are A New Interpretation of Revolution and Transition to a New Era. He is also the co-founder and program director of Dharmalaya, which has as its mission, “to promote dharma holistically in personal, social and ecological spheres of life.”
Ravi has dedicated his life for the past 50 years to the project of the liberation of human beings and society. Ravi has been teaching yoga and meditation since 1972, and shared the yogic teachings of Shrii Shrii Anandamurti in Jamaica in 1974. In 1996 Ravi became a family acharya in Ananda Seva and has been involved with the organization since its inception, volunteering as publications secretary, retreat organizer, and developing training manuals for the mediation teacher training. His latest publication in that capacity is the Ananda Sutram Primer, an accessible format for understanding the philosophy of Shrii Shrii Anandamurti.
This is the third in a series of courses which cover the major aspects of PROUT’s comprehensive social theory. Past courses in this series have covered PROUT’s political system, its system of economic development, and its values base. This 3-part course will introduce...
The Prout social philosophy envisions a vital role in planetary transformation by agents of change known as “sadvipras.” The essential qualities of sadvipras are that they adhere to cardinal moral values, are committed to spiritual upliftment, and struggle against...
Ananda Sutram is the treatise on philosophy, given in classical aphorism format, by Shrii Shrii Anandamurti. In 86 profound aphorisms Ananda Sutram covers with remarkable depth and clarity the core concepts of cosmology, ontology, science of mind, intuitional science,...