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Intensive Retreat, Anaikatti, 17-21 January 2014
: Neema Majmudar & Surya Tahora
: 17-21 January 2014
: Anaikatti (near Coimbatore), Arsha Vidya Gurukulam, South India
: Upadesa Saram, a text by Ramana Maharishi in the morning and Interactive Workshop on 'Human Values for Living the vision of Oneness' in the afternoon to assimilate the content of the morning sessions.
Along with meditations, breathing exercises, meditative movements in the morning; questions and answers session in the evening.
Comments of participants :

Thank you Neema and Surya. This retreat which combined study of a traditional text with afternoon interactive workshop was an overall excellent experience.! I truly value the interactions that we had during the program, and feel that I have earned two good friends in your form. 

The retreat has helped at many levels. I am certain that in my professional life, I will act with less tension, and work pressure. The learning during the event will also make me support and help others to perform better.

In my personal life, I will practice meditation every day with mental repetition of a sacred chant (japa) and add to my daily program the meditative movements we learned. Also the module on objectivity and interpersonal relations will have a direct impact on my day to day interactions with everyone.
Murugan V., Doha, Qatar

The intensive Vedanta retreat in Anaikatti ashram was brilliant in its exposition and exhaustive in its explanations of subtle teachings of Upadesha Saram. The elucidation of Neema and Surya on Vedanta were delivered with clear crystal-like coherence. Their mode of expression was astounding and the participants were in ambrosial state of mind. Even though I have attended many retreats in the past by various teachers, this retreat was a wonderful experience as vision of oneness was taught in profound and penetrating manner.   

The presentation of interactive modules were innovative and exemplary. The discussions on human values, attitude towards results of action were particularly helpful.

The morning meditations were mesmerizing and divine, a real jewel in the crown.

A big thank you from all of us !
Shankari, Bangalore, India

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Vedanta, the Yoga of Objectivity
In this interview done in Bangkok, Neema explains why we have chosen to call this website, Vedanta, the Yoga
of Objectivity. What is the relationship between objectivity and seeing the reality as it is? What are the different
levels of objectivity we are speaking about?
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