Indian film director Sanjay Rawal was in Auckland this month for the first New Zealand… »
What is the connection between running and spirituality?
Last week some 45 runners from all walks of life and fitness level participated in the annual Sri Chinmoy 12 and 24-Hour Races in a attempt to learn more about themselves, tackling hitherto unexplored distances …
Meditation isn’t only about sitting down and quietening the mind in your favorite home-haven, incense… »
Untamed landscapes always inspire and humble us, and our recent hike over the Tongariro Crossing… »
How far can you walk, run or shuffle during 6 hours or 12 hours of… »
Movement and meditation belong together. Experience from the five runners who braved the Waitomo Caves Trail Run …
Fitness has been a theme in the Sri Chinmoy Centre over the past month or… »
“Meetings with Remarkable People” national series of free talks, in which outstanding men and women share their experiences and encourage others to tackle their own life’s dreams and challenges.
Sri Chinmoy founded the Marathon Team in 1977, both to encourage his students to increase… »
Our trail running ultra-distance athlete Cheryll, a member of the Auckland Sri Chinmoy Marathon Team, just… »
Harita Davies, the first New Zealand women to ever attempt such a distance, finishing in 4th place overall and becoming a New Zealand record holder…
Welcome to the 21st Annual Self-Transcendence 3100 Mile Race and one of the most remarkable… »
If you have good health, if you touch your health everyday it gets new life. By giving attention to something you give new life to it. Find out how to maintain good health …
How a Sub 2 Marathon attempt (or any sporting endeavour) can be greatly enhanced through meditation harnessing the indomitable strength from within.
Man has always been a runner, a biped-miracle capable of running hundreds of kilometers in a single day and seemingly inexhaustible and limitless in potential. Can running be used as part of a spiritual expression ?
New Zealand ultra marathon legend Vajin Armstrong talks about the secrets of success that can be applied to any sporting endeavours…
Sri Chinmoy once told Muhammad Ali: “You are changing the face and fate of mankind. Your very name encourages and inspires. As soon as people hear ‘Muhammad Ali,’ they are inspired. They get tremendous joy. They get such dynamism to be brave and face ignorance…Your heart of oneness with all humanity makes you the greatest.”
by Jogyata Dallas From memory it was the famous Czech runner Emil Zátopek – best… »
Find out how meditation helps an ardent rugby fan …
By Toshala from The Blue Bird Running. Done properly it is good for your health… »
Two times Kepler Challenge winner Vajin Armstrong , a member of the Sri Chinmoy Marathon… »
A Runner’s Diary Monday Ah this cold winter. Peering outside into a dreary grey dawn,… »
This article first appeared in ‘Indianz Outlook’, June 2010 An Indian spiritual teacher who… »