Sarva Dharma Ashram Trust is a registered, non-profit, public charitable trust working towards its objective of 'Helping People Help Themselves' by making the disadvantaged self-reliant and thereby enabling them to lead a life of dignity.
The thought process behind Sarva Dharma Ashram Trust is that quality education is the only medium that can improve the living standards of the poor people. physically challenged, donations for trust, narayan seva trust, radha soami. It is the most powerful tool, which can equip them to make informed and intelligent choices about their lives and future. Sarva Dharma Ashram Trustbelieves that education is the only weapon to fight poverty and truly empower the children who tomorrow will be the face of India. Sarva Dharma Ashram Trust shall continually attract, retain and develop a cadre of talented, committed professionals who come from all walks of like and backgrounds.
Our mission is the bringing of educational opportunity and to promote health and social rights to those to whom such opportunities have previously been denied to poverty family circumstances or oppression. The Trust aims to work with the most marginalised members of the community and help create a safer environment for all children , especially vulnerable children, and to provide support and encouragement to help improve their living and social conditions, through rights based and ethically sound education, empowerment programmes, vocational training, protection and care and financial independence initiatives in order to help them recognise their importance and value as a responsible individual within civil society.
Sometimes called guided imagery or visualization, with this method of meditation you form mental images of places or situations you find relaxing.
You try to use as many senses as possible, such as smells, sights, sounds and textures. You may be led through this process by a guide or teacher.
In this type of meditation, you silently repeat a calming word, thought or phrase to prevent distracting thoughts.
This type of meditation is based on being mindful, or having an increased awareness and acceptance of living in the present moment. In mindfulness meditation, you broaden your conscious awareness. You focus on what you experience during meditation, such as the flow of your breath. You can observe your thoughts and emotions, but let them pass without judgment.
This practice generally combines meditation, relaxation, physical movement and breathing exercises to restore and maintain balance. Qi gong (CHEE-gung) is part of traditional Chinese medicine.
This is a form of gentle Chinese martial arts. In tai chi (TIE-CHEE), you perform a self-paced series of postures or movements in a slow, graceful manner while practicing deep breathing.
In transcendental meditation, you use a mantra, such as a word, sound or phrase repeatedly silently, to narrow your conscious awareness and eliminate all thoughts from your mind. You focus exclusively on your mantra to achieve a state of perfect stillness and consciousness.
You perform a series of postures and controlled breathing exercises to promote a more flexible body and a calm mind. As you move through poses that require balance and concentration, you're encouraged to focus less on your busy day and more on the moment.