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Bangalore - Main Center

CPR Training Workshop

What is CARDIO PULMONARY RESUSCITATION (CPR)? CPR is the process of artificially maintaining blood circulation to the brain when the…

Mumbai - Main Center

Alchemy: The Art of Transformation

Many ancient civilizations considered Alchemy to be a science that explored the unchanging laws of nature. Join us as we…

Bangalore - Main Center

CPR Training Workshop

What is CARDIO PULMONARY RESUSCITATION (CPR)? CPR is the process of artificially maintaining blood circulation to the brain when the…

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      Dear Reader, On 2nd November 2016, New Acropolis Cultural Organization joyously celebrates its 10th Anniversary in India. This milestone marks ten years of a special philosophical fraternity, collectively devoted to building a new and better Humanity for a new and better World. Humanity has gathered a vast treasure through her past, embedded in the astounding diversity of languages, cultures, and religions that have emerged from her unwavered yearning to discover her role in the cosmic order of Life. The value of this treasure can only really be appreciated, however, through our ability to grasp the shared aspiration for Truth that fundamentally unites the seemingly unrelated traditions of our past. To do so, we must learn the language of the Soul, its chief attribute: Harmony – amongst individuals in Society, with the Soil that nurtures us, and within every human being,

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        Dear Reader, It gives us immense joy to bring to you another beautiful edition of our quarterly magazine. What does it take to truly create an atmosphere of harmony and peaceful coexistence? We are nudged to reflect on this question with a sense of urgency as we see our world sliding into one conflict or the other. From news channels flashing on a daily basis with wars and bombings, terrorist attacks to increasing divorces, increasing sense of isolation and loneliness in our lives, we see the human conflict taking shape with an increasing intensity. Can we look for answers to this seemingly eternal issue of human conflict by looking at merely external solutions, an approach which seems to have failed miserably; or could we finally start going inwards, looking closely at ourselves and the nature of our relationships with others?