The International Sri Deep Madhavananda Ashram Fellowship & Yoga In Daily Life® is a worldwide non-profit humanitarian organisation, with member associations in Roster Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations (ECOSOC).
activities are aimed to serve humankind by fostering health, world
peace, humanitarian aid, protection of the environment and all
creatures, tolerance, respect and freedom among religions,
cultures and nations). Yoga in Daily Life organisations
are actively engaged in supporting a number of
humanitarian initiatives with particular focus on
water and child education.
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One of the main World Peace Council’s objectives: Fostering of the physical, mental, social and spiritual well-being of the individual and the general community by cultivating of physical, mental, social and spiritual health is reached through study, practice and teaching of the system "Yoga in Daily Life"
Yoga in Daily Life is one of the most famous and acknowledged systems of yoga throughout the world created by Paramhans Swami Maheshwarananda. It is a holistic and comprehensive system concerning body, mind, consciousness and soul. The main goal of the Yoga in Daily Life system is to attain and maintain our physical, mental, social and spiritual health. The system combines the ancient teachings and wisdom of India with the knowledge of modern time.
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Today the system of Yoga in Daily Life is practiced and known in every corner of the globe and is taught in thousands of locations and institutions throughout the world. We can find it in schools, pre-schools, sport centers, spas (e.g. it has been practised for 25 years in the famous spa Resort of Piestany, Slovakia), rehabilitation centers, cultural centers, private clubs etc. The system has proven to be significantly beneficial for both rehabilitation and preventative health measures, such as problems of the vegetative nervous system, stress-induced illness, psycho-somatic illness, sleep disorders, cardiovascular disease and other functional illnesses. The practices are led by yoga teachers who pass an examination after several years of practicing and training.
Mahamandaleshwar Paramhans Swami Maheshwarananda initiated the foundation of The International Sri Deep Madhavananda Ashram Fellowship in 1990 in order to unite all associations of Yoga in Daily Life. This fellowship is the umbrella organisation of Yoga in Daily Life. It is a non-profit organisation seated in Vienna in Austria and its activities include serving humankind by fostering health, world peace, humanitarian aid, human rights, protection of the environment and all creatures, tolerance, respect and freedom among religions, cultures and nations.
The International Sri Deep Madhavananda Ashram Fellowship initiated a global fundraising program for the victims of the devastating cyclone in Orissa (India) and also activated further humanitarian projects developed for local areas of Rajasthan in India in 1999 (a support program for school children, health care, water supply and fire-fighting service). Additional activities initiated by the Fellowship included the organisation of world peace meetings and gatherings, considering that recent civil conflicts, wars and terrorist events elicited strong international calls in defense of human rights and peace in the world. The Fellowship initiated a global fundraising program for the victims of earthquake and tsunami in India and Sri Lanka in 2005.
As exceptionally active world organisation, we base our social activities on "The millennium goals of the United Nations" and "The Earth Charter Initiative", as fundamental principles for sustainable development and the survival of our planet.
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