• 7-10-DAY (60 hrs) Introductory Intensive Workshop

  • 60 Practice Sessions (2 hrs Each)

  • 1 Week (50 hrs) Study Intensive Workshop

  • 2 Occupational Skills Training (Elective)

For whom: Undergraduate or Graduate Students


  • Course Introduction (Module 1)
  • Holistic Perspective of Harmony (Module 2-8)
  • Implications in Real-World (Module 9)

MODULE 1 – 8:

Same as ‘The Harmony Workshop’. For details please see the Syllabus above on pages 18-21

MODULE 1: Course Introduction:

Need, Content, and Process for Holistic Understanding and Harmonious Living

MODULE 2: Harmony at Personal Level:

Self-exploration, solution-centric systems thinking, consciousness, body, health, human needs, human aspirations, freedom, holistic worldview, genuine happiness, prosperity, trust, and balance

MODULE 3: Harmony in Relationships and Family:

Human expectations, justice and harmony in togetherness, values, positive emotions, character, duties and responsibilities, fulfillment of human’s innate wants

MODULE 4: Harmony in Society:

The shared human goal, humankind as one race, social interconnectedness, undivided human society, global citizenship, humane conduct, fearlessness, trust-building, reconciliation, global cooperation, social cohesion and its benefits

MODULE 5: Harmony in Governance Systems:

Harmonious global governance system, decentralization and power-free structures, happiness and prosperity for all, active participation in decision making, holistic education, integrated healthcare, eco-friendly production systems, fair commerce system, human security worldwide, cyclical economic system, coherence in culture-civilization-norms-law-systems, and tradition of humanity

MODULE 6: Harmony in Nature:

Natural system and evolution, interconnectedness, interdependence, self-regulation, balance, usefulness, complementariness, mutual enrichment and cyclicality in natural system, idea of separation and it’s consequences, undividedness of the earth, human nature and innateness, sustainable solutions for climate issues, righteous use of resources, appropriate technology, sustainable actions to restore ecological balance

MODULE 7: Harmony in Existence:

Harmonious systems in the existence, space (as all-pervasive entity and energy in equilibrium), matter, inseparability, fundamental natural law, various perspectives on the origins of existence, the root cause of all problems, the awe upon realizing the grandeur and beauty of existence

MODULE 8: Harmonious Living:

Active listening, Mindful awareness, peak experience, consciousness development, humane consciousness, effort and effortlessness, human potential, the root of goodness, gratitude, self-actualization, correct appraisal of development-progress-success, expression-communication-manifestation of harmony


Implications in Real-World: Practice, Skills and Transformation

  • Strengthening Capacity for Self-transformation leading to a wise and happy life:
    • Practice to develop a solution-centric systems thinking approach for a holistic perspective
    • Develop the ability to recognize – how our choices, thoughts, desires, priorities, work, and behaviours are shaped and conditioned
    • Becoming free from uncertainty, instability and mysticism
    • Practice to move beyond conditioning
    • Foster definitiveness of ethical human conduct
    • Develop mentality and ability to right-use one’s own body, mind and wealth
    • Practicing gratitude
    • Adopting new habits for wellbeing and eco-friendly living
    • Practice for a happy and prosperous life
    • Develop essential skills to live in harmony with each other and with nature
  • Competence in interpersonal skills and relationships:
    • The emergence of values (e.g. trust, respect, gratitude etc.) in togetherness
    • Ability to ensure contentment within and mutual fulfillment in togetherness from living with values, instead of seeking pleasure though material comforts
  • Competence in social life:
    • Competence to develop social connections
    • Ability to make proper choices in the right direction of human progress, development and success
    • Utilize professional competence for augmenting Harmonious Global Systems
    • Ability to identify the scope and characteristics of ethical living, ensuring the well-being of all
    • Identify and develop appropriate skills, expertise, and management for eco-friendly production systems
    • Engagement to establish a fearless society through nourishment, rather than perpetuating fear through exploitation
  • Strategy for transition from the present state to Harmonious Global Systems:
    • At the level of individual: Adoption of socially and ecologically responsible views and actions
    • At the level of society: Developing mutually enriching institutions and organizations
  • Transforming the World to ensure happiness, peace and prosperity for all
    • Develop the viewpoint to live with justice, orderliness, and harmonious coexistence
    • Ability to live life in celebration by ensuring opposition and contradiction-free thought, friction-free relationships with human beings, and exploitation-free interactions with the natural world
    • Ability to live with freedom and autonomy
    • Engage in developing a system for conservation and righteous utilization of all means (resources) which is in the form of Body, Mind (Consciousness), and Wealth (Natural resources)
    • Leadership for actualizing harmonious coexistence among all human beings and with the environment, thus making the Earth heavenly
  • Case Studies of the following models:
    • Harmonious Relationships and Family
    • Ethical Management Systems
    • Eco-friendly Production Systems
    • Practice of Sustainable Actions
    • Eco-Village/Transition Towns
  • Occupational Skills Training (Minimum Two):
    • One Skill for Food Sovereignty
    • One Skill for Healthy Living

Note: Students can develop more skills if they wish, and are willing to spend the necessary time