“Inspired Living” – Lecture By Mrs. Jaya Row at the Unitarian Church, Westport –
Sunday April 29th 12:30-2:00 PM (East Wing)
Inspiration comes from having a vision beyond your individual needs and aspirations. It leads to creativity, success and happiness. The modern generation, with all its gizmos and hi-tech entertainment, still finds life mundane and routine. The robotic patterns of waking up every morning, rushing to work and going through the motions of your job can be mindless. What is sorely lacking in life is ‘INSPIRATION’. To be inspired you must have a vision beyond your individual needs and aspirations and encompass the well-being of the world. This vision then translates into a goal that is pursued with relentless focus, deep devotion and outstanding work. Pursuing a vocation then becomes a source of joy and excitement.
About the speaker
Mrs Jaya Row is an exponent of the Vedanta Philosophy having spoken on the subject for over 30 years. She has delivered lectures on related topics to audiences worldwide including to senior corporate executives in the US, UK and Europe. Over the years she has conducted seminars for organizations such as Deutsch Bank, Google, Coca Cola, Mastercard and also at the World Economic Forum at Davos
Mrs. Row is recognized as one of the finest orators on Vedanta, Indian philosophy. Her technique is simple yet powerful. Articulate and precise, she brings alive the ancient wisdom in a modern context. Backed by her experience in corporate life along with 40 years of research on Indian philosophy she inspires her audiences to live fulfilled lives. Her background is in Microbiology and she resides in Mumbai, India.
She is on a speaking tour of the US and is giving talks at various Hindu temples and other spiritual centers. There is no charge for the attendees for this event at the Unitarian church. More information about Mrs. Jaya Row can be obtained online at www.vedantavision.org
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