Febraury 2017 Wholeness Hangout
Mahima Shrestha: How to cultivate resilience and insight in tumultuous times
Mahima Shrestha, my guest for this month’s hangout, encountered the Three Principles in the wake of the April, 2015, earthquake in Nepal. In the midst of great devastation and upheaval, she discovered that her wellbeing was actually independent of her circumstances. This insight helped her respond effectively in the midst of crisis and has since informed her work facilitating long-term change in culture and communities.
Watch the replay below to explore how the insights that enabled Mahima to not only survive but thrive in the midst of chaos and destruction can help us in our day to day lives and work. Whether you are grappling with a difficult family issue, engaging in activism and social change, or navigating the waters of entrepreneurship, this conversation can open pathways to greater resilience, insight, and wellbeing. You can also click here to download the audio.
About Mahima Shrestha
With a background in media and crisis communications, Mahima is interested in bringing people together to find solutions to complex problems and facilitating long-term change in culture and communities. Over the years she has worked with government, multilateral, private and non-profit organizations in a wide range of sectors including aviation, hydropower, tourism, investment climate reform, automobiles, finance, education, telecommunications and healthcare. The Three Principles understanding has been pivotal in her work with leaders and has shaped the development of TRAILBLAZERS, a year long leadership curriculum for young women working to find better solutions to the most pressing problems in the South Asian region. For more information about Mahima, or to connect with her directly, check out her Facebook page.
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Resources for Deeper Insight into the Three Principles
The first book listed is a wonderful introduction to the Three Principles. It is followed by books written by Sydney Banks, whose awakening was the basis for The Three Principles. After Syd’s books, you’ll find a selection of books by his students.