Calmness in Turbulence: Live Online Event

Ancient wisdom for challenging times

As we all go through this incredibly difficult time and look for wisdom and guidance, “Calmness in Turbulence” comes as a wonderful learning opportunity based on time-tested wisdom.  Discover how you can attain calmness, clarity and purpose in today’s challenging environment.  This knowledge is derived from the ancient Indian philosophy of Vedanta (Veda: Wisdom, Anta: End) which literally means the ultimate wisdom.

This free lecture will be delivered live online on June 14, 2020 by Gautamiji, senior protégé of the celebrated philosopher and Guru Swami Parthasarathy. Gautamji has dedicated over 25 years to full-time study and teaching of ancient wisdom and its role in modern life. He has spoken to many elite organizations and institutions in the US and abroad.  

This presentation will challenge how you think about life, your approach to it and finding peace, purpose and fulfillment.

Don't miss this opportunity to pause, reflect and rethink your life and living. 

June 14, 2020 event details and registration:

Contact Information
  1. Vedanta Cultural Foundation USA Inc.
  2. 732-469-0799
Sun, June 14
10:30 am — 11:45 am
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Ancient wisdom for challenging times

As we all go through this incredibly difficult time and look for wisdom and guidance, “Calmness in Turbulence” comes as a wonderful learning opportunity based on time-tested wisdom. Discover how you can attain calmness, clarity and purpose in today’s challenging environment. This knowledge is derived from the ancient Indian philosophy of ...

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