In His second live Presidential Address since coming out of a 3-month long Samadhi, The SPH shares the importance of practicing and enriching the world with Samadhi and announces the Ishanya Project to support the nearly eight (8) billion people
LOS ANGELES, CA, July 21, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — After a warm welcome to all devotees, disciples, KAILASA’s Ministers and Ambassadors, and the international audience tuning in from around the world, The SPH shared Paramashiva’s message directly from Mahakailasa: “Practice Samadhi, enrich the world with Samadhi.”
With the ripple effects of the Russia-Ukraine war resulting in at least 1 billion people all over the world being pushed below the poverty line, The SPH encouraged the practice of Nirvikalpa Samadhi unclutching to promote global peace and peaceful coexistence, declaring: “This Chaturmasya, 4 months, I sincerely recommend the whole KAILASA® works towards making 10 million people practice Samadhi.”
Any individual or global problems that exist, whether it be relationship, economic, or health crisis; practicing Samadhi is the most powerful solution. The SPH shared that just 21 minutes of practice a day is enough to become highly conscious and eliminate all the unconscious blind spots responsible for almost all the problems in our life. The SPH has previously spoken elaborately about how to practice Nirvikalpa Samadhi unclutching, and those discourses can be found here at tiny.cc/unclutching.
After speaking about the importance of Nirvikalpa Samadhi, The SPH shared that according to the United Nations, the global population will become 8 billion by November 2022. The SPH observed: “Actually we human beings, as a modern society we have already reached a level where we can provide food, clothes, shelter, medical care for all 8 billion people.” However:
-On one side there are home foreclosures and homes that are locked without people living in them; and on the other side there are millions homeless,
-On one side there are tons of food getting wasted and destroyed; and on the other side millions dying without food, and
-Millions of tons of clothing is used only once and dumped into the ocean because people don’t know what to do with them.
In response to these dire issues facing the expanding world population, The SPH announced the start of the Ishanya ProjectSM.
Inspired by the lifestyle of Paramashiva, the Ishanya Project is about collecting items which are being thrown away or wasted and in turn becoming hazardous to nature; and re-distributing them to the countries and people in need. The SPH gave a few examples of what the Ishanya Project will do, including:
-Taking excess food, which would normally be discarded, and redistributing it to those who do not have food. In this way millions will come out of poverty.
-In developed countries, because of industry standards, many medical equipment are used for only 1 or 2 years and then discarded. These medical equipment can be redistributed and used in other countries where medical equipment are in short supply.
The live Presidential Address concluded with The SPH reaffirming that this Chaturmasya is dedicated to the various initiatives within the Ishanya Project – serving society through recycling methods; and enriching the world with the practice of Nirvikalpa Samadhi unclutching.
With Paramashiva’s grace, from 1994 until now, almost 28 years of hard work has resulted in legally registered, legitimate bodies in 140 countries. In 118 countries, KAILASA® has charity status and in many countries KAILASA® is not only a receiving agent, but can also distribute. It is with this whole infrastructure that The SPH is planning to get 10 million people out of poverty and 10 million people practicing Samadhi, during this 4-month Chaturmasya.
In the spirit of enriching the world, The SPH also announced several awards that come with monetary value of 100,000 in the awarde’s local country currency and support required, that will be conferred to organizations and individuals, including:
-KAILASA Annapurani Award: Conferred upon organizations that want to provide annadaan (free organic food)
-KAILASA Veer Swargavasi Award: Conferred upon Hindu activists who die in an accident
-KAILASA Param Shaurya Ratna Award: Conferred upon Hindu activists who are injured in an accident
-KAILASA Param Veer Kshatriya Award: Conferred upon Hindu activists assassinated
-KAILASA Param Yoddha Ratna Award: Conferred upon Hindu activists who are injured in an assasination attempt
-KAILASA Acharya Award: Conferred upon Shivacharyas and Vaishnavite priests who are in poverty
-KAILASA Jnanashiromani Award: Conferred upon people who narrate Hindu scriptures like the Ramayana and Mahabharata in traditional art forms like villu pattu, hari katha, etc
-KAILASA Annalakshmi Award: Conferred upon people who provide annadaan (free food service)
-KAILASA Veda Vidya Shikhamani Award: Conferred upon acharyas (teachers) who single handedly run Veda pattashalas
-KAILASA Vaidhya Shikhamani Award: Conferred upon those doing medical service for Rs1 and giving medical care for Rs10, in any medical field recognized by that country
-KAILASA Yatra Shikhamani Award: Conferred upon those who organize Hindu yatras (pilgrimages)
KAILASA® has already been conferring the following KAILASA Om AwardsSM:
-KAILASA Ratna Award: KAILASA’s highest civilian award
-KAILASA Ratna Mani Award: KAILASA’s highest civilian award for women
-KAILASA Bhushan Award: Conferred upon distinguished individuals for their extraordinary contributions to arts and culture
-KAILASA Mitra Award: Conferred upon distinguished individuals who have established a long-lasting friendship with KAILASA
-KAILASA Veer Swargavasi Award: Conferred upon a Hindu activist who has died in an accident
-KAILASA Param Shaurya Ratna Award: Conferred upon a Hindu activist who is injured in an accident
-KAILASA Param Veer Kshatriya Award: Conferred upon a Hindu activist who is assassinated
-KAILASA Param Yoddha Ratna Award: Conferred upon a Hindu activist who is injured in an assassination attempt
-KAILASA Dharma Rakshana Social Justice Award: Conferred upon distinguished individuals who have demonstrated unwavering commitment to protecting the natural law of justice and who live for life positivity
-KAILASA Dharma Jyoti Religion and Worship Award: Conferred upon distinguished individuals who are the “Light of the society”, and who demonstrate true compassion and commitment to humanity by using their life in service to others through Religion and Worship
-KAILASA Oneness Award: Conferred upon distinguished individuals who, through their work, promote the peaceful coexistence between all beings, including animals
-KAILASA Ardhanareshwara Gender Equality Award: Conferred upon courageous individuals who, through their work, contribute to Gender Equality
-KAILASA Devi Saraswati Arts and Culture Award: Conferred upon women who contribute to their communities and to the society at large in the field of Arts and Culture
-KAILASA Devi Mariamman Health Science Award: Conferred upon women who contribute to their communities and to the society at large in the field of Health Sciences
-KAILASA Bhudevi Earth and Environment Award: Conferred upon women who contribute to their communities and to the society at large in the field of Earth and Environment
-KAILASA Devi Annapurneshwari Humanitarian Award: Conferred upon women who, through their humanitarian service, provide for the well-being of humanity
-KAILASA Devi Meenakshi Administration Award: Conferred upon women who, through their work, contribute to higher quality of living for all in various ways
-KAILASA Devi Kamakshi World Peace Award: Conferred upon women who, through their work, promote world peace
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