She is one of the most prolific humanitarian leaders living today. It is her mission to help bring the gift of love and peace to the people of the United States and Canada. Sri Rani ji has dedicated her life to healing, uplifting and transforming the lives of others.
“Our childhood shapes our brain in many ways—and so it determines our most basic ways of reacting to others, for better and for worse. Daniel Siegel has done years of research to support these conclusions. Siegel, a psychiatrist at the University of California, Los Angeles, founded the field of “interpersonal neurobiology,” which explains the brain basis for our habits of bonding with others. His research shows how we can overcome emotional disadvantages that might have arisen from difficult childhoods. And just as our relationships with our parents shape our neural circuitry, so too can our adult relationships help rewire us for connection and security.” Dan Goleman on Dr Dan Siegel
We often ask ourselves and everyone Is this the right relationship? The real question is; is this the right time to work on me? Because all the things that are troubling you in relationship are essentially pieces of yourself that need attention.
What is preventing you from authentic connection?
Learn how to consciously choose to be the best you can be.
There are patterns and behaviors that are stopping you from living a peaceful and connected life, become aware and learn how to make small changes that can transform relationships.
Nearly every culture has ways for people to come together and join their voices in song. This may be for social or political purposes but very often it is to honor, rejoice or praise the divine in one form or another. Tonight’s show will look at ways that singing communally can heal, reduce racism, create harmony and unity and open the heart to spirit. The directors of two of Vancouver’s popular multi-faith, multi-cultural gospel choirs will be our guests.