Dalai Lama Honors ServiceSpaceIn late February, Dalai Lama awarded Nipun with an "Unsung Hero of Compassion", award and he graciously received it on behalf of ServiceSpace. Read More »
Seven Emergent Questions From India TripMultiple events practically everyday, across diverse communities -- sharing stories in fronts of many thousands, sitting in dozens of Awakin Circles in living rooms of kindred friends, cultivating many-to-many networks in 10+ retreats across India, and nurturing umpteen transformation-driven projects. None of it was planned. Read More »
Casa de Paz: House of PeaceAn inspiring video about Casa de Paz, which was recently honored by the Pollination Project. Read More »
SilenceExperiencing the magic that can happen within silence. Read More »
The Middle is the PathRagu reflects deeply on the principles of the ServiceSpace eco-system and its implication on design. Read More »
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Shakespeare Said ''We Know What We ... Posted by mantasha hashmi, Sep 19 2017 shakespeare said ''We know what we are,but know not what we may be''
Getting To Poland :) Posted by khushmita Sanghvi, Sep 19 2017 They say that joy is in the journey, and I would add that wisdom is in the journey too. Last year, at Gandhi 3.0 retreat, Sheetal met Rev. Heng Sure for the first time. He shared an unexpected 10 minute car ride with him, which ended up being deeply transformative for him. Since then, he has been doing a bow every morning. He wrote to him: "Your 10 minute dharma talk really lit a light bulb in me. If I remember correctly, you mentioned that bowing is about emptying the mind and purifying the heart. It is akin to opening and emptying the Pandora's box of emotions. I am glad you shared this as often times after a spiritual practice, I end up feeling worse off instead of blissful. Now all I need to do is "Sweep Clean" the inner junk. I've also been playing the anti-greed mantra aka I-Have-Enough on ... Read Full Story
Last Week I Was In The ... Posted by Colleen Choi, Sep 17 2017 Last week I was in the Black Hills, South Dakota for the Black Hills Unity concert. Before going to the event, we went to visit Cheryl Angel, my Lakota elder's, prayer horses. These horses live free, they have never been ridden on because they are only for prayer. I was the first one to arrive, so I walked over and sat down far away from them, just watching and being. After a while, I got up to move closer. One by one all 9 horses walked over and circled around me like a group hug. It felt incredible! I started to tear. They were so gentle. The little baby horses were cautious, standing behind their mamas. I stood in that circle for what felt like eternity. Once I pulled out my cell phone to take a video, they started to spread away. They could feel my presence dwindle a little ... Read Full Story
Laddership News: Laddership News: Intuition, Creativity Posted by Jane Murray, Sep 17 2017 This month's 'Laddership Newsletter' was just posted online. Alfred Tolle and Melissa Stephens bring us their stories from different sides of the world. In sharing their perspectives with depth and humour they remind us that laddership may take many forms but its spirit - service - is always the same.