Cultivating Well-being through children
One school in India implements the Greater Good Science Centre's research based practises in order to ensure well-being. This is explored in What A Greater Good School Looks Like by Vicki Zakrzewski at http://greatergood.berkeley.edu/article/item/what_a_greater_good_school_looks_like. Indian students often find it difficult to cope with academic pres…
The Inspiration behind our logo
Life on Earth is powered by the Sun. The Sun is the closest star to Planet Earth. The Sun’s life-giving rays take just 8 minutes to reach us. Shremaya is 8 letters to symbolise the time the Sun’s rays take to touch earth.
Shremaya is the fusion of two names. It means “Perfect Illusion”. Shreya in Sanskrit means ‘reality, perfection’. Maya means ‘the power by which the universe becomes manifest; the illusion or appearance of the p…
Peace and Harmony through Literature: Discussion of an ancient Tamil text – Thirukkural
The Shremaya Foundation sponsored the fourth international symposium on 31 July 2019 at Sydney University. This event supported the Foundation’s objective directly in that it promoted inter-cultural dialogue.
The international conferences have previously been held in:
The conference provided an opportunity to study the text from an unbiased int…
Art Therapy is a form of expressing oneself whilst creating art with materials including paint, chalk and markers. It improves a person's physical, mental and emotional well-being. Children and adults are able to express themselves without the use of words or language; allowing people incapable of such communication to convey their emotions.
The process assists people in resolving issues as well as controlling their behaviours, reducing stress and anxiety. In addition, i…
How does growing Cultural Intelligence help us in Harmony?
Cultural competence is an umbrella term used to refer to one’s ability to understand, appreciate and interact with people from differing cultural backgrounds. There are more than 30 cultural competence models globally which include more than 300 concepts ranging from personal characteristics(extrovert versus introvert) to attitudes and beliefs.
Combiningourintelligence quotient, IQ with your emotional intelligence, EQ results in …
Why we need cultural intelligence to be effective leaders
Cultural intelligence is that ability to cross divides and thrive in multiple cultures. It is crucial for those who are looking to lead to be able to operate in a multitude of overlapping worlds: racial, cultural, political, geographical, religious and social. It is no longer possible to succeed by concentrating on one of these worlds and ignoring the rest unless your leadership style is based on authority alone. The ability to work and live within other cultures is crucial if you are…
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