We cordially invite you to attend a free introductory session for eN Vidyalaya teacher training, on Sunday, March 27 @3:30PM PST. The session is 2 hours and will be broadcast via live, one-way streaming--so you can watch it from home! eN Vidyalaya is a children's education program that incorporates the values and pedagogical methods of the Vedic tradition. The entire program is founded upon the teachings of Paramahamsa Nithyananda.
Free introductory session for eN Vidyalaya teacher training
with Ma Rishi Advaitananda
Monday, March 28 at 4:00am (IST)
on eN TV or eN Webinar
on Sunday March 27, 3:30 pm (PST) at North Vancouver satsang center
Please register at:firstname.lastname@example.org
Please read on for more information about this amazing program...
The three-hour weekend school gives prominence to character development based on consciousness rather than conscience. The program is based on universal ethical values that are common to all. Values-based education hinges on five prime principles - Love, Truth, Peace, Right Conduct and Non Violence. These are taught through various sub-values such as caring, sharing, honesty, helpfulness, justice, fairness, self esteem, responsibility, reliability, democracy etc. These values are taught through weekly lessons using several teaching techniques - Quotations, Silent Sitting, Creative visualization, Right brain activities/games, Song/Music, Brain Yoga, Story and Group Activity. In this way children acquire the understanding and awareness in their daily lives that makes them capable of ‘living enlightenment’.
This weeks session will be an introduction to eN-Vidyalaya by Ma Rishi Advaitananda. She is the head of Nithyananda Dhyanapeetam eN-Education Programs and, for the past several years, has been running a very successful school in Chennai, India that uses these teaching methods. She has worked closely with Nithyananda to develop the program currently in use in the Nithyananda Gurukul and in the 21 Day eNGenius program for kids that will be held this April 13 - May 4 at the Bidadi ashram. For more information about this program, please visit www.innerawakening.org.