Saneha: Becoming Guru-Centered
Saneha is a series of lectures, presentations, and workshops that are delivered as personal and/or community development sessions. Session content is designed with the aim of fostering Sikh values based on Gurmat traditions of Sikh scripture, history, and discipline. Other universal principles that resonant with the message of the Sikh faith are also incorporated to achieve a more holistic approach. Each Saneha workshop provides an opportunity for participants to ask questions and arrive at answers through discussion and interpretation.
Saneha sessions are taught by a wide variety of instructors who are involved with SikhRI either as staff or as board members. Our speakers are all involved in a fairly regular rotation of presentations, bringing their experiences in the professional world, as well as their involvements with nonprofit and activist organizations to bear in their teaching. You can learn more about our speakers by viewing our Speakers Bureau.
Many local communities have opted to offer Saneha as an on-going series. Although workshops can be specifically developed for a particular need or audience, themes from past Saneha events conducted globally have included:
- Āsā-kī-Vār: Transcending Duality
- Community & Social Activism
- Discovering Happiness
- Engaging with 1984
- Fear None, Frighten None
- Gurū Granth & Gurū Panth
- Sabad Asgāh: Experiencing the Infinite Wisdom
- Sevadar: Inspiring Activism
- Sidh Gostī: Learning through Dialogue
- The Gurū Khālsā Panth
- The Gurū: Connecting with the Divine Light
- The Sikh Revolution
- What Constitutes a Sikh?
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