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There is only one Truth and a single path to Truth, only views are different.

Mission of Sakthi Foundation is to unify everyone by helping to understand that their views are only different levels of expressions of one single concept (Energy). This unification or unity in diversity is Peace or love or happiness, which is established only by embracing our view with others view and contemplate why the views differ.

Please discuss all topics in this blog with the above intention. We can discuss here Atheism, all Religions, Spirituality, Science in connection to body, mind, intelligence, Awareness and Consciousness.

To achieve this we are giving you a template where you can identify your views and others view. This will guaranteed Unity, peace, love and happiness. With this Universal template, all difference of opinion between religions, science will melt away like heat melting all different ice cubes to pure water.

Five templates that will unify all our thoughts.
Check if our view is based on the knowledge we got from our
1. physical senses
2. Our personal strong likes and dislikes'
3. A logical pattern
4. connection to our Self
5. That is universal to all at times.

We will find that every view of us is at one of the five levels. The higher level is that which stays for longer and universal. This view will bring peace and happiness in our lives.

Exposing Children to Culture in Early Days

My early days and Navarathry...
When I was at the age of 2.5 I can see row of dolls being celebrities at the time of Navarathry in my Virudhunagar home.[1974]
I saw ladies, small girls coming daily to home and taking some thing from my mother and grandmother.
I used to sit very near to the lower step in Golu. I love dolls.
My father used to get dolls where ever he went.
My mother made her family to celebrate Golu at her 3 years it seems.[Now she is 73]
She says that she had wonderful dolls bought by her maternal uncles.
She says that she was inspired by many temple Navarathry festivals as she got opportunity to see them along with her uncle who was a temple executive.
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After Golu [arrangement of dolls] I never allow my parents to dismantle the golu.
My grandmother understood my attachment to dolls and left for some days.
But I can see within a week slowly dolls will say bye and get into their cartons.
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Wooden temple chariot from Madurai
Clay Skandha from local market
Shiva lingam with Nandhi from Thirunelveli
Wooden long bus from Kanyakumari
Wooden horse from grand father
Big baby doll from Madras
This was the earliest history about places through dolls I got from my parents.
Once when I went to Palladam [near Thirupur] my mother found her most favorite Buddha from a box in her mother’s home and I brought it to Virudhunagar.
During Navarathry days my mother also takes me to the local Mari amman temple and Veil ukandha amman temple where decorations inspired me. I can remember how the prakaram canal around the sanctums being filled with water and floated with lilies and lotuses. My mother used to do the same with a big plate. I used to put y BINAKA PASTE ANIMAL turtle and fishes inside that. My early science got initiated through Golu.
I can remember during Navarathry days there will be many celebrations lie fancy dress etc. Schools will give leave. Today most of the schools does not give leave.
My mother used to place her craft items, needle work and now she lost all these skills because of  TV.
My father used to place few of his portraits near the golu.
Pink color sponge rose garland adorns the steps.
Evening we invite all neighbors and I admire the very huge paper Mache dolls in opposite Chidhambaram chittiyar thaatha [We call him like that] house. My dreams have those huge dolls daily. I can still remember the 5 feet bluish Krishna with a big cow.
When we left Virudhunagar thaatha presented a same Krishna in small size.
Today at the age of 44 I am still inspired with Navarathry, Golu, UNI5 center - village golu setting, purchase in various places in Madras, writing articles, talks etc
When I did my post-graduation in Madurai I kept Golu in our room in Madurai Kamarajar University with Dr.Pradheep’s big stout biochemistry books. Group of our friends do poojas, discourses daily. Pradheep makes sundal and payasam.
All these are just because of my parents, grandparents’ attitude towards accepting and promoting the culture and tradition of the nation. My parents have never forced me to do it. But they never said ''NO'' for my cultural activities. From birth till 3.5 years I was aware with absorbent mind and imbibed all these. As my mother continued this tradition since her early child hood days today many of our friends, families are taking up this culture.
Today I do not have any old doll but our house dolls are in others Golu.
This article will support the nature of early absorbent mind's nature which imbibes and constructs the units of knowledge and personality through strong tradition and culture of the place where a child lives.
With regards.,
Dr.Madeswaran.M
28.9.2016
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cocoon to adult butterfly

Adult butterfly out of cocoon… When Arundhati invited me last week for her project show, I have decided that I am going to learn something through her work. When she said that her work is based on learning skills, learning equipment I got much excited. Today – 17.4.2015 I saw her evolution across the time. She is now prepared for serving children with learning difficulties and children below 6 years old who need more visual presentations and experiences. Her creative ideas in the area of language [Opposites in visual form], India’s physical wall hanger made me admire her imagination. The way she has made to trace the rivers just by passing the blue thread into small loops shows her Montessori backup of early ages. Parts of a flower – material was excellent and I feel in future Arundhati can do more such tools for children with special needs and learning challenges. Identifying each Indian state with various visual designs has been suggested with few additions by me and she has accepted. I asked, ‘’what is your main aim in designing these?’’ She says, ‘’I has designed few learning models to children with learning difficulties. How I would have felt easy I have expressed. ‘’ This is what a teacher must know today about children. I feel proud to be her teacher and through her today I am taking few great visual ideas to my rural Uni5 schools and I have requested her to make the models for all my schools. I wish her college tutors for giving her the space and freedom to choose the topic. I appreciate her mother and father for behind her creation. I am proud as a teacher to see her real evolution! With regards and blessings, Dr.M.Madeswaran Madras, 17.4.2015
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Uni5 infancy center diary - July

21.7.2015

Coimbatore

Ms.Priya and Pranav visited for one hour and observed the center. They have given positive report about the staff team and happenings. Pranav gave a crisp presentation about mouth care and brushing teeth for 2 times based on his projects to very young children. Priya observed songs, story and continents as Uni5 presentation. She said that a real object can also be presented in BMIAC [Body mind intelligence awareness and conscious] levels. But for this the new staff team needs to be trained well and it also takes time. Just now they have started their work.

Pungeri

Children are able to follow all ground rules and assist each other. Devi Pooja was performed. More orderliness can be observed. No Uni5 concept. Why?

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Uni5 approach of children in home and school - 2

Sakthi Foundation

HOW TO HANDLE CHILDREN ? – Part 2

[Parent circle articles]

 

 

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Uni5 Aproach for Assisting Children at home and school - 1

 

 

Sakthi Foundation

How to assist my child?

[Various questions about child, parents, teachers of various age groups across the globe]

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