June 18th through 26th from 7PM to 8PM (New York Time) , 9 days youth program by UNESCO
Dear sisters and brothers, By Shri Mataji’s Grace, a nine-day series of programs has been organized for Youth from high-school age to college and beyond, presented by Yogis from all over America as well as other countries. Registration is underway, and the program starts on June 18th through 26th from 7PM to 8PM (New York Time). Please share the message below with the youth you know and help us get the word out! Jai Shri Mataji— A nine-day series of online meditation programs tailored to help Youth cope with today’s challenges is offered free of charge June 18-26, 2022 from 7-8pm Eastern Time, organized by:
UNESCO Body Mind Wellness nonprofit organization in collaboration with Sahaja Yoga Meditation. Please register at the following link: https://unescobmw.org/event/peace-june-2022/ We hope to see you there! UNESCO Body & Mind Wellness Club: 129 W. Patrick St., Suite 15, Fredrick, MD 21701 USA WWW.UNESCOBMW.ORG WWW.FREEMEDITATION.COM
In light of the unsettling reality that our youth are going through, the USA government considers
it important to address the issues of youth, and thus created a special website: “Youth.Gov” (1).
We all are responsible to look after our teens and young adults, as a special and vibrant power of
every country. Because of that, UNESCO Body & Mind Wellness Club (UNESCO BMW), in
collaboration with Sahaja Yoga Meditation (SYM), is pleased to invite you to a 9 Day online
program & quot;Meditation for Life’s Chaos & quot; as one of the ways to face and solve the problems of our
youth from their own interior and innate resources.
Since 2014, UNESCO BMW, a registered non-profit organization and member of the US
Federation of UNESCO Clubs and Associations (USFUCA), promotes inner peace practices,
encouragement of arts and crafts, as well as the protection of the Eco-system in order to create
Eco-friendly jobs: https://unescobmw.org/.
SYM is a registered non-profit organization. Internationally, SYM is practiced in over 100
countries and includes participants of all ages, races, genders, and ethnicities. Students practicing
SYM reported a marked improvement in their memory, concentration, and self-esteem. It has
also enabled them to develop their natural strengths and abilities.
We would like to offer a taste of these benefits by conducting free 60-minute sessions for nine
consecutive days, for teens and young adults, on how to meditate. The program will focus on
youth issues such as mental health, social media use/misuse, bullying etc. This instructional
program would be free of charge and includes an introduction to the issues followed by a guided
meditation with music and a Q&A session. This is a part of UNESCO BMW’s initiatives.
Through the use of very simple secular meditation techniques, one can find that peace is not
merely a concept, but an inner state that can be easily and spontaneously reached. The objective
is that each participant can experience a state of mental silence, as a gateway to stress relief and
Participants, with full attendance in the program, will be provided an attendance certificate.
More about Sahaja Yoga meditation: https://wemeditate.com/
(1) youth.gov (formerly FindYouthInfo.gov) was created by the Interagency Working Group
on Youth Programs (IWGYP), which is composed of representatives from 22 federal
agencies that support programs and services focusing on youth. The IWGYP promotes
the goal of positive, healthy outcomes for youth in four significant ways. This federal
website provides interactive tools and other resources to help youth-serving organizations
and community partnerships plan, implement, and participate in effective programs for
youth. For more information about the IWGYP or this website, please call :
or send emailto :