Overview of Mohanji Global Initiatives - March 2023

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Special Highlights

Prana Pratishta in Mohanji Centre of Benevolence, Australia

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ACT 4 Hunger

In the month of March 2023, the worldwide team for ACT for Hunger distributed 40830 meals and donated 28961 kg of food!

Programs & Retreats with Mohanji

Restoration of Tali Keezhapadam Kirathamurthy Temple and Installation of 108 Shivalingas
Mohanji visited the Tali Kirathamurthy Temple in Thrissur district to receive the foundation stone that was laid by the Hon. Governor Arif Mohammed Khan. This foundation stone has already visited 108 Shiva Temples in the area since February 28th.
The temple was destroyed many years ago, but the Shiva Lingam managed to survive through time. Thanks to the efforts of Moksha Trust, an organisation dedicated to renovating dilapidated temples in India, the temple will be fully restored. Mohanji, who supports this initiative, will be present at the event in his capacity as mentor and advisor.
The highlight of this event was the presence of Hon. Governor Arif Mohammed Khan, who was personally involved in the laying of the foundation stone. Both Mohanji and the Honourable Governor commented on how such restorations are serving to bring back the sacred traditions of Bharat, and how it is India alone that stands as a place where there exists genuine paths towards both relative and Absolute Truth. The Shiva Linga here is a symbol of the unfathomable Consciousness that unites everybody as One.
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Shiva Yogini Amma 100th Birth Anniversary Celebrations
On March 1st, Mohanji attended the public function celebrating the 100th year anniversary of the birth of the great saint Shiva Yogini Amma of Valappad, Kerala.
The opening was marked by speeches of a number of notable people – Swami Sachidananda Saraswathi; Chief of Shivagiri Madom, Swami Thejaswaroopananda Saraswathi, Sri Gopalakrishnan, CR Prasannan and PV Janardhanan.
A 20 kilo Shiva Linga was installed. Mohanji carried the Shiva Linga himself from the temple to the stage even though it was very heavy.
This ceremony had a deep significance (proclaiming unification and strengthening of collective consciousness through life force WATER). This water was further purified before abhishek with the Somarka Coherent Water water purifier which gave this water alignment that helps in healing the body. Apart from the rishis and spiritual mothers, all the devotees of Shiva Yogini amma also got a chance to perform the abhishek.
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Global Business Summit 2023 – The Spiritual Way
On March 5th, 2023, the Amicability Diplomatic Club hosted a historic event in the holy city of Varanasi. The event was called “Global Business Summit 2023 – The Spiritual Way” and aimed to explore the intersection between spirituality and business ethics.
The event witnessed the presence of Mohanji as the chief guest and speaker, along with other eminent speakers from the interfaith community. Mohanji delivered a thundering, truly inspiring speech that emphasized the importance of leading a balanced life, where spirituality and materialism coexist. He highlighted the role of businesses in promoting ethical practices and how they could contribute to making the world a better place.
Devi Mohan , the global ambassador of the Mohanji Foundation, and Madhusudan Rajagopalan, the CEO of the Mohanji Foundation, also contributed to the event with their presence and shared their insights on developing ethics in society and bringing humanity back to the world of business through unity and collaboration.
Ugadi Seva
Ugadi Seva is a yearly event organized by Ashraya Trust, Kurnool (the charity organization of Avadootha Nadananda) in collaboration with Ammucare Charitable Trust, in Kurnool.
The event lasts approximately 10 days and consists of massaging the feet and offering wound clearing, food, water and medicine to thousands of pilgrims from all genders and walks of life who are walking for days, weeks, sometimes months from all the states of Southern India including Karnatataka, Maharashtra and Andra Pradesh to the sacred temple of Shiva as Mallikarjuna at Srisailam
Some of them are walking carrying heavy loads and even walking on high sticks as a form of penance and surrender to the Lord.
On March 15th, Mohanji visited the Ashraya Ugadi Seva location in Kurnool to show his support to this noble seva and spend time with Avadhoota Nadananda. Since he was coming from the finale of centenary celebration of Shiva Yogini Amma and had to further travel to the inauguration of Mohanji Center of Benevolence in Walpole, Australia, Mohanji and his team left for Bangalore on the same day.
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Mohanji Centre of Benevolence, Australia
Located on the banks of the Frankland River in Walpole, Western Australia, the Mohanji Centre of Benevolence Australia is a 53-acre sanctuary surrounded by the stunning Tingle and Karrie Tree forests. Once a simple riverside retreat, it has transformed into a sacred space of great significance.
Two decades ago, a revered saint from India prophesied that this land was a place of Siddhas – where ashrams, temples, and masters would one day reside. This prophecy came true on February 2nd, 2022, when the Mohanji Centre of Benevolence was born. In the following year, four marble idols appeared on the land, including Shirdi Sai Baba, Lord Dattatreya, Mother Anagha Lakshmi (Mothers Saraswati, Parvati and Lakshmi – the feminine version of Dattatreya), and Lord Ganesha.
On March 24th 2023, we had the first full day of activities in the Australia MCB following the completion of the Prana Pratishta ceremony.
Mohanji had asked Sulakhe Maharaj to stay and perform the first four Baba aartis, which he did, and which resulted in truly special and powerful experience for all who were fortunate enough to be present.
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Ram Navami Celebration at Sai Baba Temple, Perth
Mohanji was invited to the Shirdi Sai Baba Temple in Perth as the chief guest for their 13th anniversary celebration on the auspicious occasion of Ram Navami.
Program With Mohanji at the Indian Community Centre
On March 31, 2023, the Mohanji Foundation Australia hosted a special event in Perth, WA. The highlight of the evening was an open discussion with Mohanji , which brought together dignitaries and spiritual enthusiasts alike.
The guest of honour for the evening was Dr Jags MLA – Member for Riverton. The event was also attended by Mr. Satish Nair, president of Indian Society of WA (ISWA), Mr. Surya Ambati, the past president of ISWA, Deepak Gupta, vice-president of ISWA and Dr. Vidhu Sharma, director of the Ayurveda wellness center in Perth,
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After a brief introduction to Mohanji and the activities of the Mohanji Foundation in 2022, the discussion focused on the Mohanji Centre of Benevolence. Mohanji explained its relevance in the current times and elaborated on the vision and tangible outcomes one could expect during their stay at the centre.
Mohanji answered questions ranging from ahimsa/cruelty-free lifestyle, God-men, the aspect of Shiva, and much more with clarity, providing insightful and meaningful responses.
The evening concluded with light refreshments and further discussions about the Mohanji Centre of Benevolence. The guests expressed a keen interest in visiting the space and experiencing its serene atmosphere.
Living Water For All
Devi Mohan , Mohanji’s wife who serves as the Global Ambassador of Mohanji Foundation and their daughter Mila Mohan were guest speakers at the recent “๐—Ÿ๐—ถ๐˜ƒ๐—ถ๐—ป๐—ด ๐—ช๐—ฎ๐˜๐—ฒ๐—ฟ ๐—™๐—ผ๐—ฟ ๐—”๐—น๐—น” Conference.
This event took place in the sacred space near the ๐—š๐—ผ๐—น๐—ฑ๐—ฒ๐—ป ๐—ง๐—ฒ๐—บ๐—ฝ๐—น๐—ฒ ๐—ถ๐—ป ๐—”๐—บ๐—ฟ๐—ถ๐˜๐˜€๐—ฎ๐—ฟ and was hosted by Bhai Sahib Mohinder Singh, who is the Spiritual Leader & Chair of Guru Nanak Nishkam Sewak Jatha. The event was organized by Brigitte Van Baren and Living Peace Projects.
In her speech, Devi spoke about the sacredness of water and shared touching memories of her life as a refugee in former Yugoslavia with regards to respecting water as a source of life, as well as human dignity in terms of cleanliness.
She also gave practical tips on how to give our individual contribution in water preservation, honouring its sacredness in the present day.

Social service

ACT Croatia, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Macedonia, Serbia, South Africa, UK, USA and all others, continue to spread happiness and cheer by donating food, fruits, stationery packs, bedding, much-needed nappies and baby formula and clothes for the toddlers, underprivileged children, endangered families and sheltered dogs and cats.