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Self-Realization: The Key to Tackling Life’s Hardest Questions

With Brother Satyananda, Senior Monk with Self-Realization Fellowship and Minister-in-Charge of SRF Lake Shrine

thursday, 14 january, 2021
12 p.m. ET | 9 a.m. PT | 6 p.m. CET

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Self-Realization: The Key to Tackling Life’s Hardest Questions

With Brother Satyananda, Senior Monk with Self-Realization Fellowship and Minister-in-Charge of SRF Lake Shrine

THURSDAY, 14 january, 2021
12 p.m. ET | 6 p.m. CET | 9 a.m. PT

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Self-Realization: The Key to Tackling Life’s Hardest Questions

With Brother Satyananda, Senior Monk with Self-Realization Fellowship and Minister-in-Charge of SRF Lake Shrine

I look forward to Thursdays now! Hitendra—thank you for sharing your insight and gifts! It is making this pandemic palatable and I feel more peace.

Amy Garza

Thank you, Hitendra, for the amazing gift you are giving to this wonderful community you are building. You have brought love, excellence, and the incredible generosity of spirit to your visionary, powerful, and highly impactful work. That is how I know you are doing God’s work in the very special vineyard where you have been planted.

Timothy Marshall

Self-Realization: The Key to Tackling Life’s Hardest Questions

Join Prof. Hitendra Wadhwa on Intersections on Thursday January 14 at 12 Noon ET for a soul-stirring conversation with Brother Satyananda, a senior monk with Self-Realization Fellowship and minister-in-charge of SRF Lake Shrine.

The unrest, change and insecurity that are rocking our world today have made many of us step back to reflect on deeper questions we may have thought about as teenagers - but which may then have fallen by the wayside. What is the true purpose of my life? Will I ever find a path to everlasting happiness in an impermanent and unreliable world? What is my highest potential, and how do I get there? Is it possible to create a world where there is strong kinship among all people, where those who profess one faith can find common ground with those who profess another, and with those who do not believe in God?

Brother Satyananda will reflect on his own quest to seek answers to these hard questions in life. He will offer insight and inspiration, drawn from the timeless universal science of Yoga, on how we can all tap our personal experience to grow in our understanding in these areas. And he will show how our pursuit of Self-realization is so central to understanding and resolving the personal and societal challenges we face today.

Thursday, January 14 (12 PM ET | 9 AM PT | 6 PM CET)

How to Lead Like a CEO

Imagine if you sat down to interview over five hundred CEOs, one at a time, inviting each of them to talk about their leadership journey. What wealth of insights might you discover for how we can all become better leaders?

Join Prof. Hitendra Wadhwa on Intersections on Thursday, December 17 in conversation with the former New York Times journalist and leadership expert, Adam Bryant. Adam has had a 30-year career in journalism, including 18 years at The New York Times, where he created the weekly "Corner Office" column in 2009, interviewing 525 CEOs and other leaders for over a decade. He has written two popular leadership books that emerged from these interviews: Quick and Nimble: Lessons from Leading CEOs on How to Create a Culture of Innovation and The Corner Office: Indispensable and Unexpected Lessons from CEOs on How to Lead and Succeed. Adam's next book, co-authored with former Amgen CEO Kevin Sharer, THE CEO TEST: Master the Challenges that Make or Break All Leaders, is scheduled for a March 2021 release by Harvard Business Review Press. Adam Bryant joined Merryck & Co., an executive mentoring firm, as managing director in 2017. He has started four popular interview series on LinkedIn with board directors, CEOs and CHROs, and writes a monthly column on leadership for Strategy+Business magazine. Adam is also the senior adviser to the Reuben Mark Initiative for Organizational Character and Leadership at Columbia University.

Adam's proven ability to distill real-world lessons and insights from his hundreds of interviews and turn them into practical tools makes him a compelling voice in the ever-evolving art of leadership—and a remarkable source of learning in our Intersections journey. We will walk away with inspiring ideas and practical tools that will enrich our own journey in life and leadership in 2021 and beyond.

Thursday, December 17 (12 PM ET | 9 AM PT | 6 PM CET)

Self-Realization: The Key to Tackling Life’s Hardest Questions

Watch this episode of Intersections webcast for a soul-stirring conversation between Prof. Hitendra Wadhwa and Brother Satyananda, a senior monk with Self-Realization Fellowship and minister-in-charge of SRF Lake Shrine.

The unrest, change and insecurity that are rocking our world today have made many of us step back to reflect on deeper questions we may have thought about as teenagers - but which may then have fallen by the wayside. What is the true purpose of my life? Will I ever find a path to everlasting happiness in an impermanent and unreliable world? What is my highest potential, and how do I get there? Is it possible to create a world where there is strong kinship among all people, where those who profess one faith can find common ground with those who profess another, and with those who do not believe in God?.

Brother Satyananda reflects on his own quest to seek answers to these hard questions in life. He offers insight and inspiration, drawn from the timeless universal science of Yoga, on how we can all tap our personal experience to grow in our understanding in these areas. And he shows how our pursuit of Self-realization is so central to understanding and resolving the personal and societal challenges we face today.

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