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Daily Archives: 2017/06/19

Celebrate International Yoga Day

Youth Link invites us to celebrate International Yoga Day with events in Savitri Bhavan, and Matrimandir, starting with sun salutations at 5.15am at MM amphitheater….followed by Sanskrit Mantra Chanting at Savitri Bhavan, at 8.30am Exhibition of words of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother on Integral Yoga & Book Release: An Introduction to the Integral Yoga…at 6pm Yoga Dance Performance & Mudra Chi Collective Practice, at MM Fountain…

Ilaignarkal Education Centre is planning to organize A DAY LONG YOGA SESSION from 9 a.m. to 6 pm. without break (akanda yoga/thodar yoga).
At any given time there will be a few students concentrating on yoga exercises. This programme will be guided by Ms. N. Janaki and B. Anandou, yoga teachers of our school.

Sustainable Livelihood Institute (SLI) celebrates the International Yoga Day with the following activities –. Yoga Session at SLI campus : 8.15 to 9.00 a.m
Karma Yoga–perfection at work is a definition of yoga- A discussion.
10 a.m to 11 a.m- All are welcome .
Session on Yoga for rural community members: 11 a.m. – 12 noon.

On Monday,19th June 4-5 pm we are invited to a Presentation at SLI. On re-design training process For Rural Development Institutes of Tamil Nadu Government..

One can progress through mediation, but through work provided it is done in the right spirit one can progress ten times more.
The Words of The Mother, Vol. 14 A discovery in Morocco points to the
oldest Homosapiens fossils found so far. An international team of researchers uncovered 300,000 year-old fossil bones of Homo sapiens, a find tha is approximately 100,000 older than any other previously discovered Homosapiens fossils.The discovery, reported in two papers published June 8, 2017 in the journal Nature (here and here), was made at Jebel Irhoud, Morocco.
The team noted that the fossils reveal a complex evolutionary history of mankind that likely involved the entire African continent. Professor Jean-Jacques Hublin is a a palaeoanthropologist at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany. Hublin said in a statement:We used to think that there was a cradle of mankind 200,000 years ago in east Africa, but our new data reveal that Homo sapiens spread across the entire African continent around 300,000 years ago.

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