In today’s fast paced urban environment people often find themselves caught up in the daily grind of work, social obligations and personal responsibilities. With so much going on it’s easy to lose sight of the bigger picture and forget about the importance of something that really matters, or we can say, something that actually matters. For many individuals spirituality has provided a sense of purpose, meaning and connection to something greater than themselves that’s why SHARNAGATI is built; to help the world embrace spirituality. Sharnagati aims at providing a sense of inner peace and calmness in the midst of chaos. Many people in urban areas experience high levels of stress and anxiety due to the demands of daily life. Sharnagati would cultivate a secured space for individuals to experience and embrace spirituality. People can learn to adopt a sense of mindfulness and presence, which can help them manage their emotions and reduce their stress levels. This, in turn, can lead to better mental and physical health outcomes. Not only this, the intention of Sharnagati would always be to help people connect with their community and build meaningful relationships. All over the world, more and more people are feeling isolated and disconnected from one another. By participating in spiritual practices and attending soulful seminars and events, organised by Sharngati, people can meet like-minded people and form supportive networks.
Moreover, Sharnagati is designed to offer different types of courses which can help new devotees to experience the power of spirituality as well as master a skill. Courses like yoga, meditation, Kathak, photography, and personality development etc. Youth, these days, feels like they are just going through the motions and not living life to their potential. By understanding Sharngati, individuals can tap into a deeper sense of purpose and motivation. This can help them set their goals and work on achieving them, leading to greater fulfilment and satisfaction in life.
Moving forward, our NGO helps individuals develop a sense of compassion and empathy towards others. In this world of rat race, there is so much competition and individualism that it has lead to a lack of concern for others. By understanding spirituality under the guidance of Ambreesh Daas, people can learn to see beyond their own needs and desires and recognise the interconnectedness of all beings. This can lead to greater empathy and compassion towards others and desire to work towards the greater good. Sharngati intends to create a more connected and harmonious society for all. It has a clear mission of creating a safe environment for the new generation to understand devotion without being judged. It will teach participants to understand energy and how to balance their senses. It will teach the devotees to learn how creativity can be used as a tool for spiritual growth and expression. It will help individuals to remember the connection between them and the supreme god. All of this will eventually pave a way to help people to become more aware of thoughts and feelings of themselves as well as others. By taking time to sit in silence and observe the inner world, they can gain a deeper understanding of LIFE.
Sharngati does not want people to close their eyes and believe in anything and everything. In fact, it explores all the facts that lead to a soulful connection to the supreme master. Ambreesh Daas often says, “when you are in a conversation with me, ask questions.” He believes in this so that a person who has any sort of conflict within himself, comes to Daas, should find the answers to every conflict. Sharngati, thus, will encourage self-reflection and introspection, which will involve asking oneself deep questions, and seeking guidance from a spiritual teacher or mentor.
Lord Krishna quotes in Bhagwat Gita that, “He who has let go of hatred who treats all beings with kindness and compassion, who is always serene, unmoved by pain or pleasure, free of the “I” and “mine,” self-controlled, firm and patient, his whole mind focused on me —that is the man I love best.”
To spread the awareness of god’s will, Sharngati aims at spreading kindness as well as gratefulness. Practicing kindness can help an individual to focus on positive aspects of life and cultivate a more positive outlook. This can help one feel more content and at peace with oneself .
Sharngati ~ the vision of Ambreesh Daas, aspires to spread smiles by promoting inner peace, compassion, and kindness. It wants people to become aware of their thoughts, emotions, and actions. When people practice the right kind of devotion, they begin to understand that their actions have consequences not only for themselves but also for others. As a result they become more mindful of their behaviour and try to act in ways that promote peace and harmony. The right understanding of bhakti, teaches people to become more compassionate and empathetic towards others. Then, they learn to see others as fellow human beings who have their own struggles and challenges in life. They become more willing to understand and help others. They learn to spread smiles. Ambreesh Daas says, “A person can only give to others what he himself has.” So, his mission plans to give people a sense of purpose and meaning in life. This sense of purpose can inspire people to do good in the world and make a positive impact on others, which can spread smiles and happiness. Once a follower asked Daas, “what does Sharnagati means?” to which he replied, “letting go of one’s ego and accepting the will of the divine, trusting that the higher power will guide and protect the individual.” Now, to build that level of trust in others, he has started SHARNAGATI.
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