cannot be a philosopher on an empty stomach" – Socrates
Healing and Arhatic Yoga provide food for the soul, but you first
have to feed the body. Since
inception, the Pranic Healing Foundations world-wide have been
helping the poor and needy in a variety of ways, either directly
by providing funds and aid or indirectly, through other charitable
India, some of the charitable work supported over the past few
food or dry rations to the poor
clothing, blankets or other requirements
with the rehabilitation of street children
Educating children in rural areas
of schools in rural areas
the cost of medicines or hospital expenses for the poor
ashrams and charitable organisations that are doing social
service in rural areas
To give you an idea of the scope of
our work, under the feeding
programme, several thousand food packets are distributed
world-wide every day by Pranic Healing organisations in different countries,
funded by donations from people like you.
Choa has also set up organisations to help people in jails,
especially juveniles. In
many parts of Asia, due to a congested court system, many children
are in jail for years, waiting for their trial. Very often, the number of years they have been in jail is
more than the maximum penalty they could have been awarded.
Besides this, they are often living in very unhygienic
conditions, with insufficient place for everyone. The prisoners
often sleep in shifts, as there is not enough place
for all of them to lie down at one time!
Organisations set up by Master Choa identify such people
and work with the legal system to have released, while work is
also done to improve the conditions in the jails for people still
these regular activities, during times of disasters, money is
immediately assigned by GMCKS to help people. Relief by Pranic Healing Foundations
include work carried out post earthquakes, floods and more recently, the tsunami.
After the tsunami struck, food packets were distributed in
Chennai the same evening. Subsequently,
short-term relief work was carried out in the form of distributing
food, dry rations, clothing, cooking utensils, etc.
Currently, long-term rehabilitation is still going on and
several villages are being asssisted to rebuild homes, fishing boats,
fishing equipment, etc.
work has also been provided in areas affected by the recent floods
in Maharashtra and in Jammu and Kashmir - for people affected by
your donations, large and small go towards generating funds for all
these projects. Your
support and help are very much appreciated.
follow this link if you would like to make a donation to
support our charity work. All
donations to our trust are eligible for exemption U/S 80G of the
Income Tax Act.