SPOTLIGHT ON SEVA
NGO CURASER: HEALING THE BEING TO BE
Check out the work developed by the NGO CuraSer, which has, by serving food, the bridge to embrace the deepest needs of the being, through deep listening.
Service is part of the Latin American cultural identity. Check out the pillars that characterize Seva's practices in this region.
As we approach the end of 2021, after 2 years of pandemic, serving others remains essential and necessary. That is why we continue to share in our stories several projects that have offered support in various ways to those in need. The intention is that we can strengthen this service, either through material donations or by connecting volunteers with Seva projects.
If you know of a project in your area, please share it with us in the comments.
We want to give visibility to the most diverse projects from different contexts and places.
One of our invitations to you this coming year is to recognize the beauty that exists in life and in its great diversity of experiences.
This is a series that invites us to see beauty IN EVERYTHING, including the moments and feelings that challenge us.
Sustain. There is much to sow. And much power in the future when, in spite of reality, we are able to celebrate life.
Art by Félix Bonfanti
Music Eternal Sun by Balwant Kaur and Gurinder Singh
Fundación Social Amar Das in Chile is a group of loving people who bring food to vulnerable people and the homeless in times of pandemic.
Project Yoga e Negritude seeks to reflect greater diversity and equity within the world of Kundalini Yoga and self-care through yoga photography featuring black men and women, who have been historically neglected in the world of Yoga.
FREE MINDS BOOKCLUB
Check out about the Free Minds Book Club & Writing Workshop, which uses the literary arts, workforce development, and violence prevention to connect incarcerated and formerly incarcerated youth and adults with their voices, their purpose, and the wider community.
Check out Krishan Shiva Singh's Seva projects, Langar in Peru, which in times of pandemic provide support, offering food and consumables purchase to various vulnerable communities in Lima.
Kundalini Yoga is not yet well known in Haiti. "Harmony Day" - an interaction of traditions - seeks to openly share the practice of Kundalini Yoga in Haiti and to promote understanding between traditions. On this occasion, the experience involved connecting with the Voodoo community, a tradition that is strongly rooted in the culture of the Haitian people.
MEDITATION AT THE HOSPITAL
Check out the Meditation at the hospital in times of pandemic project, which through meditation practices supported the medical team that was on the front line at the Fundación Alcorcón University Hospital in Spain during the worst time they went through.