"Peace is the manifestation of your inner harmony” - Vivek ji
Vivek ji said - "Throughout history, people have generally believed that external forces are responsible for bringing about peace in society and civilization. Peace, however, has always been considered by those in the spiritual sphere as something that originates within.
“Peace is the manifestation of your inner harmony,” the Dalai Lama famously remarked. This means that we need to be conscious of ourselves and our connection to the environment around us. When we let go of our judgments and open our hearts and minds, we enter a state of peace. Being at peace is embracing the present moment and being grateful for everything that is. The very definition of peace is "the persistent, cooperative, and collaborative pursuit of peaceful resolutions to legitimate disputes.Cooperation and the development of peaceful solutions to conflict are essential steps toward achieving lasting peace.
But there is another definition of peace: concord, which means harmony and quiet. A state of calm or contentment is what it is perceived as. It conjures up images of "nothing happening," "silence," or plain old boredom for some. What makes peace so special is that various individuals have different interpretations of it, but ultimately, it all points to a place where we may all thrive and find happiness."
In an effort to promote and strive towards world peace, Vivek ji founded the Indian Peace Council.
INDIAN PEACE COUNCIL
The founder of Ananda Hi Ananda proposed and founded the Indian Peace Council with the express purpose of facilitating communication and providing a platform for the discussion and resolution of international disputes. Which means that peace can shine through in its combined efforts. Up until now, our knowledge of the conflicts has been limited to their human aspects. However, if we take stock of our surroundings, we'll see that violence permeates every part of society as a whole. There are conflicts between people, between people and nature, and even between different ideologies and points of view; the irony is that these conflicts are often only seen in a one-dimensional light. The primary goal of the Indian Peace Council is to involve as many people as possible in any form of dispute, particularly the youth of every nation.
The realization that many countries' youth are clueless about global problems is the impetus for the establishment of the Indian Peace Council. When individuals of all ages, backgrounds, and identities—including men and women, young and old, Asian and African, European and American—join forces, any effort to bring about peace will be successful. Leaving Earth in better shape than when we found it will require everyone's cooperation.
HOW WE WORK
Vivek ji expressed - It will take a multi-pronged effort if every culture and community is going to do their part to make peace a reality. To make the most of the opportunities presented by the 21st century, it is necessary to harness all forms of technical innovation, particularly those pertaining to information and technology. Concerning the origins of conflicts, there is a great deal of literature and research. The connection between a healthy mind and a peaceful society is becoming more apparent. When it comes to building peace, one of our primary strategies is to employ practices like meditation.
While many things—like race, culture, language, religion, etc.—divide us, others—like music, poetry, and happiness—bring us together. In an effort to unite us, the Indian Peace Council is planning a number of cultural events. The event will highlight the power of art as a means of connecting with others on a deeper level and opening up discourse.
The Indian Peace Council will also go to conflict zones around the globe and collaborate with locals there to find peaceful solutions. When it detects a breach of peace, it will dispatch its councilors to restore calm. In order to keep the idea of peace alive, the Indian Peace Council would make it available to society through a variety of programs that reach out to different communities and nations on a regular basis. The council would also use innovation technologies to compile a database of conflicts, first for India and then for the rest of the world, so that the general public could access first-hand information and related materials, share their opinions, and participate in a forum where many people could participate. Problems will remain hidden from view unless they are discussed. Due to a lack of reporting and knowledge, nobody is concerned about the plight of individuals who are suffering in various parts of the world. We need to incorporate technology that can gather data on conflicts into our daily lives in a sophisticated way, according to the Indian Peace Council.