Category: links

  • Races Running and Cycling

    At the weekend I managed to complete my first cycling race of the year for Sri Chinmoy Cycling Team. (link) It was a 25 mile time trial and my time was 54.24. Oxford Self Transcendence Races Yesterday, we had our first 3 Mile Self Transcendence race at the Peace Mile in Cutteslowe Park, Oxford. 15 […]

  • Amputee Football Photos

    5 years after Sierra Leone`s brutal civil war ended the Freetown Amputee Football Team gather on Aberdeen Beach to practice for an upcoming match. During the war an estimated 20,000 men, women and children had limbs hacked off by the RUF and its child soldiers. Football has provided many of them with with new identity […]

  • Panorama Cafe

    Since spending a week in Jamaica, New York, I have spent quite a lot of time in the The Panorama of my silence-heart cafe.  Situated just 2 blocks away from my flat, it provides a convenient location for a cup of tea and somewhere to do a bit of work on a laptop. The drinks […]

  • World Record for Harmony

    Organisers of the World Harmony Run in Cambridge will be attempting to break a new Guinness World Record when the World Harmony Run visits 14th May The record will be for the largest game of Chinese Whispers. If you would like to take part in this record for World Harmony then visit the website at […]

  • Gardening Blog

    We have started a new blog about gardening. When I was studying PPE at Oxford University, I was very keen on gardening and even thought about taking it up as a career (when I got bored reading John Stuart Mill, I would try learning Latin names of plants. My room and corridor was full of […]

  • Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose

    Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose was an intriguing and inspirational figure. In truth I wouldn’t have thought much about him, but my Spiritual teacher Sri Chinmoy saw in him some very illumining qualities. Netaji braved all To build a Heaven Even in hell’s despair. – Sri Chinmoy [1] In particular Netaji embodied great heroism and had […]

  • Inspiring Links and Other Links.

    Shane Magee has joined the writing team for our Self Development blog. Shane’s first articles included a guide to establishing a regular meditation practice. Useful tips, even for those who have been meditating a long time Sharani offers some suggestions for increasing gratitude in our lives. Sri Chinmoy wrote many poems on Gratitude. A gratitude-heart […]

  • Random Links for the Weekend

    Some inspiring, some not so inspiring. The inspiring Effective ways to get out of a negative mindset – an article by Tejvan for Sri Chinmoy Inspiration self improvement blog Video Podcast of friend Stephen Hopson. Stephen is deaf from birth and makes his living as a motivational speaker. He has a blog Adversity University with […]

  • Life Voices – and the Art of Kyudo

    Life Voices offers a range of interviews with people of inspiration and distinction. In recent episode there is an interview with Mamie Mayanaki about Kyudo an ancient Martial Art form. There seems to be some shared ideas with the concept of meditation. The idea of being fully concentrated and fully aware. It reminds me of […]

  • Top of the BLogs

    Unmesh shares some beautiful photos from his archive. Here’s hoping 2008 is a better year than 2007 – article at self improvement blog Some New Year’s resolutions from Priyadarshan’s blog which might help it occur – on the sunlit path with Sri Chinmoy. Good Cop – Bad Cop – when The New Year comes. Recent […]