Dr. Angela Wellman, Music scholar
‘The trip to India was a moving experience. It will be inspirational for anyone who wants to move society towards nonviolence and love.’
Each year we host delegations of leaders and changemakers in India who are seeking to discover their higher purpose. The journeys are usually between 7-10 days and include immersive experiences, experiential learning, workshops on yoga and meditation practices, as well soulful interactions with the people and cultural ambassadors of India.
Sixty years ago, in 1959, when there was violence in America, Rev Martin Luther King Jr. had taken a five week journey to India to deepen his understanding of the nonviolence teachings of Mahatma Gandhi. That journey had made a profound impact on his leadership and vision.
Thus far, we have hosted nearly 100 leaders from across America including Mayors, police officers, victims of violence, and social justice activists. Their testimonials inspire us to continue our mission.