Yoga Monk speaks about working to change the world

Combining Yoga/meditation with activism

If global capitalism doesn't work for everyone... What is the alternative?

Today a powerful few control most of the world's wealth, while most people
work harder than ever, earn less, are forced from job to job, and fall into
debt. In contrast, emerging, independent local economies of small
businesses, cooperatives and public utilities are building careers and
meaningful futures for individuals and communities.

This is the message of Dada Maheshvarananda, a monk, activist, and author of
the new book, After Capitalism: Economic Democracy in Action. He explains
how social crises are interlinked with personal consciousness, suggesting
that finding inner peace is crucial to the struggle for peace and justice.

His practical ideas are grounded in a new socio-economic model based on
local, sustainable economies, social justice and environmental protection.
Dada directs the Prout Research Institute of Venezuela, and is a featured
speaker at the Economic Democracy Conference in Madison, Wisconsin Oct.
11-14. For more information, please see www.aftercapitalism.org
and www.economicdemocracyconference.org
.

Free talk, by donation.

Wed. Sept 19th 7:30pm at

Apurva Wellness

2841 Hartland Rd. Suite 207

Falls Church, VA 22043

Thurs., Sept 20th at 7:00 p.m. at

Durga Shanti Yoga/School of Life

4217 East West Hwy Bethesda MD 20814

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Really interesting presentation. Enjoyed seeing the Apurva Wellness center, and meeting positive people.

    September 19, 2012

  • Dawn L.

    I encourage everyone in the DC area to make it to one of these two talks. It could change your life.

    September 14, 2012

  • Randy

    this is the Thursday location http://www.schooloflife.org/index2.htm

    September 14, 2012

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