Lower Hutt – Free talk by international speaker and potluck
|When:||Back to Calendar March 1, 2014 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm||Where:||Hutt Valley Tramping Hut
|Categories:||Dinner Vegan Wellington|
By popular demand, we are pleased to have Sukhvinder Bindra, of the Art of Living, join us on Saturday 1 March 2014 – 6pm.
An interesting and amusing speaker Sukhvinder will be giving an informal talk on ‘right living’ and his work promoting peace and compassion around the world. Sukhvinder will take questions, on any subject, from the audience.
Sukhvinder is keen to meet people in the Wellington region and we hope this potluck will be well supported.
International Speaker Sukhvinder Bindra, Art of Living. (Please see biography.) http://www.artofliving.org/nz-en/wellington
Hutt Valley Tramping Hut, off Birch Road, Lower Hutt
Vegan food only to share please. There is a kitchen at the hall.
Opposite Waterloo Train Station – Lower Hutt (on the western side of the railway line)
About Sukhvinder Bindra
By 22, Sukhvinder found himself senior partner in his own CA firm with 40 staff reporting to him. By his mid-20s, he was an entrepreneur and CEO of a multimillion dollar restaurant franchise in 45 branches throughout the UK.
A surprising meeting with world-renowned humanitarian leader Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, founder of Art of Living, changed everything.
Deeply affected by Sri Sri’s vision of a violence-free, stress free society, for the next 15 years Sukhvinder travelled the globe bringing tangible, practical benefits to people’s lives across four continents.
Unconstrained by boundaries of class or culture, Sukhvinder’s work has spanned war-torn Africa, to co-designing the IAHV’s corporate stress elimination course (APEX), which today runs in Fortune500 companies such as Google, Microsoft, IBM, Coca Cola and Shell plus NASA, and the World Bank.
While Sukhvinder’s work regularly sees him meet Prime Ministers and other international dignitaries, one is immediately struck by how at home with anyone. He is an inspiring presence who was once given a standing ovation at the United Nations through his uncompromising stance on eradicating poverty.