Admission : Platinum $500.00
A DIALOGUE & MEDITATION WITH GURUDEV SRI SRI RAVI SHANKAR
If a million of us have this intention of "I stand for peace" we can make magic ! When 1% of the population meditates, it elevates the collective consciousness. Similarly, if enough people say "I stand up for peace", then we project that energy, that vision and it will happen! - Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar.
In the midst of growing violence, social isolation, and mental health challenges at home, in our community, and globally, let's do our part for peace in the world, and for peace within.
Treat yourself to an evening of Meditation, Music and Wisdom with Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar. The event will also include an interactive session where audience members will be given the opportunity to pose questions to Gurudev and enjoy his profound and often humorous answers.
Don't miss this opportunity to enjoy an evening of peace and to discover the depths of meditation! Seating at the auditorium is limited and registration is nearing capacity, so please reserve your tickets soon to ensure a seat.
Parking: UIC Parking lot 5, East Campus
1135 South Morgan Street, Chicago IL 60607
*Door open at 5:30 pm CDT
Sri Sri Ravi Shanker
Renowned meditation guru, humanitarian and thought leader, Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar has captured the hearts and minds of millions around the world through his meditations, breathing techniques and wisdom. He is an Indian yoga guru, a spiritual leader. He is frequently referred to as Sri Sri, Guru ji, or Gurudev. From around the mid 1970s, he worked as an apprentice under Mahesh Yogi, the founder of Transcendental Meditation.
He is an icon of non-violence and seeks global peace through service and fostering human values.
Gurudev believes inner peace is the key to peace in the world outside. He has progressed peace in conflict-stricken areas such as Sri Lanka, Iraq, Venezuela and Colombia. As a tireless ambassador of Peace, Gurudev has delivered his message of peace to the United Nations, The European Parliament, The World Economic Forum, as well as universities such as Harvard, Stanford, Yale, Georgetown, and the University of Southern California.