Center for Holistic Development of Human Consciousness (CHDHC) is a collective, working for the inner transformation of all humans by inculcating universal human values education (Jeevan Vidya).
An initiative of Amma Social Welfare Association (ASWA)
Center for Holistic Development of Human Consciousness (CHDHC) was founded in 2018 to promote Human values education which is universal in nature.
The primary focus of CHDHC is to help individuals from all walks of life recognize the happiness within and to encourage value based living resulting in harmony at various dimensions of life like family, society, nature and within oneself.
CHDHC would like to promote Universal Human Values knowledge in educational institutions (schools and colleges), individuals at various stages of life irrespective of their background, country, culture, age, gender, financial status etc. who are driven by passion to understand reality and live with meaning and harmony on this planet.
Jeevan Vidya content is based on the coexistential philosophy propounded by Late Sri A. Nagaraj. This philosophy postulates that Existence (reality) is Coexistence. It is a proposal for an Undivided Society & Balance in Nature.
CHDHC envisions to take Jeevan Vidya (Universal Human Values) to every person in two telugu states (Telangana and Andhra Pradesh).
"To contribute to the realisation of harmony in self, family, society, and nature/existence."
Need for CHDHC
Who doesn't want to live a happy and comfortable life realizing one's full potential? However, there are so many confusions and unresolved issues that impact our being, relationships, and work. Although the average standard of living for humans is higher than it has ever been, we are still struggling with issues at various levels like, loneliness, depression, anxiety, lack of clarity on what to do, why to do, purposelessness, lack of trust, jealousy, hatred, disrespect, poverty, hunger, malnutrition, inequity, polarization, extremism, violence, pollution, resource-depletion, climate-change, and species extinction, etc are.
There is an immediate need to work on developing human consciousness to address the above-mentioned issues. Though it seems strange, the root of all issues is the unconscious living of human beings. Unless the development of human consciousness is addressed, there will not be any sustainable solution to the problems mentioned above. We believe that whatever we do other than the development of consciousness, is patchwork, addressing the symptoms of the problem only!
We see greater possibilities with Universal Human values education (Jeevan Vidya) in this direction. As an organisation we choose to develop the resources, design and facilitate various programs that are experiential, reflective, and rooted in making connections to the participants’ own life.