On October 12, 2016, 4 days after the finish of the 49 nation, 25,000 km, 8 month European Peace Run in Rome at the Colosseum the members of the Peace Run were truly blessed to be part of the Papal Audience at St. Peter’s Basilica. After the mass Pope Francis took a moment to bless the torch and receive gifts of artwork and messages from children around the world. They also presented some of Sri Chinmoy’s writings and artwork. More pictures on: peacerun.org.
Pachamama is usually translated as Mother Earth, but a more literal translation would be “World Mother”. In Inca mythology, Pachamama is an ever-present and independent deity who has her own self-sufficient and creative power to sustain life on this earth. This video takes you on a trip around the world showing breath taking imagery of our world, also known as “Pachamama”. Filmed by- Karim Iliya; edited by – Amanda Beenen.
14 students of Sri Chinmoy chose 50 of his mantric songs and performed them in 18 churches, abbeys and holy places in Ireland. Highlights of a very special spiritual concert tour. It took place in April 2016. Enjoy! Filmed and edited by Kedar Misani
The Secret Life of Water takes viewers on a visual sound-scaped journey with Masaru Emoto’s Messages from Water. This guided meditation is purposed to raise the conscious awareness of water.
“Songs of the Soul” is the title of an ongoing series of concerts to manifest the music of Sri Chinmoy worldwide. This concert took place in Dubrovnik, Croatia, early 2015. Disciples of Sri Chinmoy performed on various instruments and sang his songs. Included a.o. are Alap and Lukas from Zurich, Mandu and Visuddhi from Wels, the Czeck Angnikana’s Group (see cover picture) and Samita & Bhoiravi, Vienna. Filmed and edited by kedarvideo, Switzerland
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For Midsummer 2013, the Pedelec Adventures team went on another pioneer trip on electric bikes. For this year’s journey, the Pedelec Adventures team chose Iceland – a country that has been shaped by ice and fire, wind and water, long nights in summer and short days in winter. Traveling between glaciers and hot springs, the bike enthusiasts faced the Nordic elements on speed-pedelecs from the eflow brand. In urban Reykjavík, on remote gravel roads in the North-West Fjords and in the rough terrain of the highlands with its rivers and lava desert, the team challenged the bikes’ all-round talent. This short film documents the Pedelec Adventures team’s journey, the challenges they faced and the beautiful surroundings of the Icelandic countryside.
In this 36th episode of the “LIFE-Voices” interview series we present Sarod musician Vijay Shankar Mishra, originally from India, but for many years now in Nepal where he also found his spiritual teacher Sri Chinmoy. Vijay speaks about his first contact with music and spirituality and concludes with a Bengali song. Length: 15:50 min; interview: Utpal Marshal and Kedar Misani; camera and edit: Kedar Misani.
Race along the old railroad tracks that were used in the late 19th and early 20th century to ship granite from Milford and ice from Lake Potanipo to Massachusetts. The rails themselves were removed for scrap metal during World War II, but many of the railroad ties are still in the ground and can be seen on the trail. The race is 100 miles long!