Behind the Glass

In the Ganapati Kulam's Media Studio, you are taken aback by the beauty of the natural view of the river, mountain and Iraivan Temple. As you peer out from these glass panels, you're not as likely to notice the smaller panel nearby. Gurudeva encouraged monks and members to have art forms that involve the refining of something physical, reflecting the constant refinements within our own minds. So we are, of course, talking about the office's 125 gallon freshwater aquarium—an example of cultivating the growth of a living system and maintaining its balance. With a recent request for an update of this tank, this post seemed like a relaxing thing to leave you all with for our upcoming two days of retreat. Venture through the slides to learn more. Aum.


5 Responses to “Behind the Glass”

  1. Amma Anne Deer says:

    I love all the colors inside and outside the Ganapati Kulam’s Media studio. I love how the colors of the fishes home, blends with everything, too.
    It is so magical and calming to see inside the fishes world. Aum aum

  2. Pethuraja says:

    “AUM”!.

  3. Isani says:

    Definitely relaxing to view this post of ishim uu bihayishum.🕉🙏🏼

  4. Puvaneswary says:

    Always amazing to see the underwater world filled with vibrant colours. Bihayishum colony of fish.

  5. Rajendra Giri says:

    Looks great!

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