About Sarvamangala Foundation
Sarvamangala or “All-Auspicious“, "Happy from All Angles" is committed to teaching and sharing meditative practices that help improve mental clarity, awareness and compassion.
Sarvamangala means “All-Auspicious”, “Happy from All Angles”, “Beneficial on All Sides, “Universal Benefit”. It essentially means "universal win-win".
Happiness for All Beings
Under the inspiration of our Precious Teachers from the Land of Snow and our Acharyaji, Sarvamangala Foundation offers a platform to people across the world to discover the nature of their own happiness and allow their innate kindness to flourish. To this end, Sarvamangala offers various online resources, online sessions, seminars, workshops, and retreats in the English countryside, Switzerland and Austria (in the post-Covid future, also in India and Turkey).
Meditation is the art of closely witnessing the sensations of the body, the emotions, the mind and the mind's experiences and states.
When we gently witness a state without rejecting or holding on to it, it begins to dissolve. Rigid patterns begin to melt. Our acceptance of our mental states increases. By consciously giving rise to compassion for others, our being begins to be relax. What flows from this is an intuitive spontaneity.
In the instantaneous power of the present moment, we discover our innate interconnectedness with others.
Regular retreats allow us to experience the nature of conscious being and long-term happiness, and cultivate compassion and kindness towards others.
To know the nature of our mind means to be free from afflictive emotions and to truly enjoy life. It means to be firmly grounded with both feet, and helping others wherever possible.
What We Do
We offer online and offline awareness meditation retreats, sessions on compassion and loving kindness meditation, Sanskrit classes, personal one-to-one guidance for life and contentment, and many more beautiful services related to one’s potential for greater positivity and clarity.
We also like to bring together like-minded people seeking peace, clarity, kindness and simply all-round goodness in very beautiful places like the English countryside, Swiss mountain lakes, the Turkish riviera and the Himalayas.
Hima Bindu Rebelly
President, Sarvamangala Foundation
Hima is a dedicated, resourceful and goal-driven educator with a solid commitment to the areas of learning and development.
Hima's special field of expertise is child development. Her understanding of psychology and the complexity of emotions allows her to work in close partnership with parents to implement and manage effective parent-liaison programmes.
She has received numerous certifications and awards in the fields of learning and development, such as the Inspirational and Compassionate Performer Award. She was awarded the Early Years Professional Status (EYPS) from Kingston University, in 2010 by the Children’s Workforce Development Council-CWDC, UK. She also has experience as a supply teacher for Children with Special Needs. She holds a Bachelor of Science (BSc) from Osmania University, Hyderabad, India.
Hima teaches meditation for children, young adults and parents. By way of creative playful engagement, she helps children and youth to become aware of their five senses and emotions. This awareness then allows the natural compassion and joy innate in children to flourish and blossom.
Aruna Bhaskerkumar Prajapati
Meditation Teacher, Gujarati & Hindi
Aruna Bhaskerkumar Prajapati works in the field of healthcare, ensuring the top-quality standards of healthcare products distributed all across the United Kingdom. She holds a Masters' Degree in Commerce with a specialisation in Cost Accounting. She conducts Gujarati online meditation sessions on Awareness or Vimarśa, and Loving Kindness or Maitrī. Upon request, she also offers meditation instructions in Hindi.
Aruna is a long-term meditator and sādhikā, a spiritual practitioner.
Tripura Ji is a versatile performance artist expertising in ancient Indian natya and lasya styles.
Her professional background is in the field of vocational education, having helped run a vocational education and training institute in Switzerland for more than twenty years.
At Sarvamangala, she leads sessions about Awareness in Movement.
She is a mother of two.
Divya Sagar Kaushik
Responsible for IT
Divya Sagar expertises in media design and 3D animation. He is in charge of Sarvamangala Foundation's technical development, including the website, pamphlets, and the development of a meditation app.
Divya is based in the sacred land of Sikkim, India.
George Kumara Anderson
He studies Biological Sciences MSci at the renowned UCL University in London. An eager meditator and spiritual practitioner, he is deeply interested in Nagarjuna's approach to reality.
He is the Coordinator for Ethics and Values at the NSHF, a leading umbrella body of six thousand students at universities in the United Kingdom.
At Sarvamangala, he is responsible for interacting with and inspiring youth to meditate and explore the nature of consciousness and unconditional compassion.