Monk visits Guyana to establish yoga society

first_imgMonk Acharya Siddeshvaranana from the Ananda Marga Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) is visitingMonk Acharya SiddeshvarananaGuyana after five years to establish a centre for the Ananda Marga Yoga Society Guyana branch.Siddeshvaranana disclosed he was happy about the construction of a facility to accommodate members instead of having them use various locations to host their meetings. The NGO is focused mainly on yoga, meditation, chanting, mysticism and charity.Ananda Marga Yoga Society Guyana aims to help the Guyanese population through a variety of voluntary programmes. It plans to visit schools and educate students and teachers on the benefits of yoga and meditation.Siddeshvaranana has toured a number of other South American countries, including Paraguay, Uruguay and Brazil, lending his assistance to the people.“I just want to help people in this time where things are really heard and frustrating,” he told this newspaper. According to the Monk, “I am here watering seedlings while the land is fertile.”The Ananda Marga NGO disclosed that the goal was to make the world a better place, a prosperous one with opportunities for all, and to bring people upon a common platform of unity, love and multifaceted talents.It said meditation was tested at the Stanford University by Dr James Corby and was found to be one of the most powerful forces in time.“In many places of the world, people have enjoyed a multicultural, rich and diverse experience by incorporating Ananda Marga style of yoga in their own traditions,” the group noted.last_img

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