INTRODUCTORY Intensive – 60 hrs (7-10 – Day)

For whom: Open to everyone



MODULE 1: Course Introduction: Need, Content and Process

  1. Holistic Understanding – What is it? – Its content and process: Logical Satisfaction and Experiential Validation – as a mechanism to develop holistic understanding
  2. What is Harmony?
  3. Harmonious Living – Why does it matter?
  4. Exploring basic Human Aspirations – Genuine Happiness, Prosperity, Trust, and Balance
  5. Recognize following basic requirements for fulfillment of human aspirations:
    • Holistic Understanding
    • Harmonious Relationships
    • Adequate Physical Facilit
    • Sustainable Actions
  6. Proper appraisal of present conditions in: Self, Relationships, Family, Society and Environment
  7. The root cause of all the challenges and risks threatening humanity
  8. Review of the efforts thus far to solve the challenges and risks

    MODULE 2: Harmony at Personal Level

  10. What is self-exploration and natural acceptance?
  11. What is the process of understanding? – Active listening, contemplation, and actualization
  12. What is a solution-centric systems thinking approach?
  13. Importance of solution-centric systems thinking to become free from inner contradiction
  14. Resolved thought and happiness
  15. Human necessity in detail – physical and psychological needs
  16. Money and fulfillment of human needs
  17. What do we must ensure to lead a happy and prosperous life?
  18. What is human being? – Materialistic, Spiritual and Coexistential views on human being
  19. Human being as a coexistence of ‘Consciousness’ and ‘Body’
  20. Consciousness – What is it?
  21. Various functions of consciousness and ensuring harmony between the functions
  22. The necessity of understanding consciousness and body, and processes for their fulfillment
  23. The body as an instrument of ‘Consciousness/I’
  24. The harmony of Consciousness with the Body: Self-regulation and Health;
  25. Correct appraisal of Physical needs and meaning of prosperity in detail
  26. Consequences of contradictory thoughts and unhappiness
  27. How our choices, thought, desires, priorities, work, and behaviours are shaped and conditioned
  28. What is freedom and why does it matter?
  29. Challenges to inner freedom
  30. The Program and Process to ensure Self-regulation, Inner Freedom and Health
  31. Cultivating a holistic worldview
  32. Holistic worldview and happiness
  33. Happiness and health
  34. The balanced state in four dimensions of our living – Thought, Behaviour, Work and Experience
  35. Harmony as Genuine Happiness, Prosperity, Trust, and Balance:
    • ‘GENUINE HAPPINESS’ as optimal state of mind and not mere a fleeting pleasurable feeling
    • ‘PROSPERITY’ as living in abundance and complete absence of feeling of all lacks in life (not just accumulating and possessing material resources)
    • ‘TRUST’ as fearless undivided human society
    • ‘BALANCE’ as harmonious coexistence in all the entities of the nature e.g. matter, plant, animal and human
  36. Inner freedom and outer balance

MODULE 3: Harmony in Relationships and Family

  1. Human relationships and family – What are they?
  2. Necessity to live together in harmony – Why it is important?
  3. Harmonious relationships and their connection with genuine happiness
  4. We are born to relate
  5. Justice – the fundamental human quality and key element for ensuring a fulfilling life
  6. The meaning of Justice and program for its fulfillment
  7. Justice and mutual happiness
  8. The seven relationships
  9. What makes relationships joyful, and how to build fulfilling and lasting relationships
  10. Human expectations and values (positive emotions)
  11. The nine values inherent in human relationships, and developing the ability to fulfill them
  12. Respect and trust as the foundational values in human relationships
  13. Gratitude and happiness
  14. The what, why, and how of love
  15. What makes it difficult to keep happy relationships?
  16. How can we enhance our present relationships?
  17. Intention vs. competence
  18. What is empathy? Why do we need it and how to ensure it?
  19. The science of harmonious relationships
  20. Attachment vs relationship
  21. Character – what is it?
  22. Marriage, relationships, social harmony, and happiness
  23. Accountability and duties in relationships
  24. Current structure of family. Its challenges and issues, and the process to resolve them
  25. Why do we need harmony in family to foster psychological well-being of an individual
  26. Constitution of family as a team for accomplishing a shared human objective; to establish a tradition of harmonious living with mutual fulfillment
  27. Why does family (team) matter to fulfill humans innate want?
  28. The family (team) as the fundamental unit of a harmonious global governance system

MODULE 4: Harmony in Society

  1. What constitute a good society?
  2. Why harmony in the society matters for each individuals happiness
  3. Our current society – its problems, issues and threats
  4. Individualism and its consequences.
  5. Human as a socio-historic being, rather than a social animal
  6. What are the difficulties in building a harmonious society
  7. Justice and social harmony
  8. The Human Goal
  9. Humankind as one race. The study of human being free from colour, gender, cast, creed, sect, and religion, etc.
  10. How are we interconnected?
  11. The inseparability of human being and humankind
  12. Undivided society – what is it and why does it matter?
  13. Program and process to ensure to ensure fearlessness in society
  14. Trust building and reconciliation – fostering global cooperation
  15. The science and art of forgiveness and peacemaking
  16. The why and how of Intercultural, interfaith, and intergenerational living
  17. Psychological and physical benefits of social cohesion

MODULE 5: Harmony in Governance Systems

  1. What constitutes a good governance system?
  2. Challenges to successful governance systems
  3. Harmonious global governance systems – An essential and urgent need
  4. How harmonious global governance system foster happiness and prosperity of each and everyone
  5. Why do we need decentralized governance systems which are free from power?
  6. The ten tier global governance system, from family (team) to the world family
  7. A governance structure where every citizen participates in the decision making process and ensures a tradition of humanity
  8. The necessity of the following programs to establish ‘humane organizations’ and ensure harmony in the world:
    • Holistic Education and Values
    • Integrated Healthcare
    • Eco-friendly Production and Work
    • Commerce free from profit and loss
    • Justice and Security
  9. The necessity to shift from a linear economic system, into a cyclical economic system
  10. Cyclical economic system – ensuring prosperity for all whilst maintaining ecological balance
  11. The why and how of people and planet friendly production systems
  12. What is reserve and why do we need?
  13. Social justice through exchange free from profit and loss
  14. Humane Tradition – what is it? Why it is essential for us and what can we do to actualize it?
  15. Coherence in education, culture, civilization, norms, and governance systems
  16. Global citizenship as Humane conduct – what is it?
  17. Necessity of humane conduct for psychological, physical, relational, social and ecological well-being
  18. Humane conduct and its connection with harmonious global systems
  19. The three component of humane conduct – Humane values, humane character, and humane ethics
  20. The what, why and how of the following six essential human values to make change in the world – perseverance, courage, generosity, kindness, benevolence and compassion

MODULE 6: Harmony in Nature

  1. What is nature?
  2. Harmony in the natural world
  3. Evolution on the Earth
  4. Emergence of the four natural orders during the evolution process: matter, plant, animal and human
  5. Form, Properties, Participation and Innate order of four natural orders
  6. Comparative study of the commonality and differences in the above four orders
  7. Interconnectedness, Interdependence, Mutual Fulfillment among the four orders of nature
  8. Cyclicality and Self-regulation in natural systems
  9. Usefulness and complementariness in every entity of nature
  10. Undividedness of the Earth
  11. Consequences of separating human being from nature
  12. Human’s natural characteristics and innateness
  13. Misconceptions and myths about human nature
  14. Root causes for the current ecological imbalance, and finding sustainable solutions
  15. Righteous use of all resources
  16. Why does righteous use of resources fosters happiness?
  17. Knowledge, wisdom, science and technology for balance on the planet
  18. Sustainable actions to restore ecological balance

MODULE 7: Harmony in Existence

  1. What is existence?
  2. Harmonious systems in the existence
  3. Existence as Coexistence of mutually interacting units in all-pervasive/omni-present space
  4. Why does it matter to comprehend space?
  5. Space as all pervasive and energy in equilibrium
  6. Countless units (nature) are submerge in limitless space (energy) – units are continuously energized, active and self-regulated
  7. Inseparability of the all-pervasive space (energy) and nature (activities)
  8. Human beings placement in Existence and recognizing oneself as an inseparable part of the whole existence
  9. Coexistence as the fundamental natural law in existence from the atomic to cosmic levels
  10. Origin of existence – Scientific, Spiritual, and harmonious coexistence perspectives
  11. How a worldview itself gives rise to problems
  12. Fixing the problem at its root
  13. The awe upon realizing the grandeur and beauty of existence

MODULE 8: Harmonious Living

  1. Reexamine of the following points:
    1. Harmonious coexistence – holistic and interconnected-view of harmony at all levels of existence
    2. Orderliness (harmonious systems) in nature
    3. Usefulness and complementariness
    4. Participation in harmonious systems leading to mutually fulfilling relationships, social harmony, and ecological balance
    5. Genuine Happiness and prosperity as an indicator of participation in harmonious systems
  2. Peak experience and awakening – what are they?
  3. The why and how of active listening, paying attention, mindful awareness and realization
  4. Various stages of consciousness
  5. Defining what is humanness and what is inhumanness
  6. Motivations, view-points, and characteristics of humane consciousness
  7. Practice for humane consciousness
  8. Consciousness development and self-transformation
  9. Effort and effortlessness
  10. Benefits of humane consciousness for oneself, relationships, society, and environment
  11. Human potential
  12. Our enormous hidden capacity to change
  13. The root of goodness in human being
  14. The three virtues in every child from birth – 1: innate want for justice, 2: desire for righteous work and behaviour, and 3: want to speak the truth
  15. Gratitude as the doorway to self-actualization
  16. Self-actualization and its connection with genuine happiness
  17. The science of self-actualization
  18. The four important steps from childhood to adulthood – emulate/follow, adopt (with logical satisfaction), discipline, and self-regulation
  19. A proper appraisal of development, progress, and success – what they are, and what they are not
  20. Celebration in living
  21. Language of harmony, why do we need it?
  22. Expression, communication and manifestation of harmony
  23. Key lessons
  24. Summation: reflection, sharing and feedback