Born in India in 1973, Swami Paramtej serves as a senior instructor of yoga and meditation The Art of Living since 2003. With a strong background in the areas of administration and education, has been working since more than a decade ago in the dissemination of practical knowledge, and techniques of breathing and meditation designed to improve health and reduce stress with a strong emphasis on social development programs.
Also known as Swamiji, one of the earliest and closest disciples of Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, will be visiting from the first days of may, many argentine provinces and countries such as Brazil, Mexico, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Panama, Dominican Republic, Venezuela, Suriname, Curacao, Colombia, Chile, Peru, Paraguay and Uruguay. Its activities will focus on the courses and talks until his return to India at the end of December.
“I see so many improvements and benefits as miraculous in the people that take the Courses of The Art of Living. Definitely, there is a divine power that is working to give an address to the world regardless of their religion, nationality or social condition.” – Swamiji.
Swamiji has carried out numerous social projects, including rural development programmes, harmonisation at community level in regions affected by ethnic clashes, projects of rural literacy for infants and opening of schools in India. After serving in the Bangalore ashram, he began to travel and teach in 2007.
Since then he has visited more than 40 countries in Asia, Africa, America and Europe. “It is amazing to see how receptive the people all over the world. Today, people face problems related to violence, depression and stress and do not know how to deal with that. But we have the solution to all the world.” – Swamiji.
Continuing with the mission of Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, its purpose is to guide those countries towards the creation of a change that will positively impact all sectors of society, providing solutions in the areas of health, policy transparency and build relationships of trust between people and communities on the basis of the transformation of the individual.