Creating Harmony through Loosening the Grip of Judgments
Avatar Meher Baba stressed that we always need to have harmony between us. Yet, despite endless efforts, disharmony seems to enter, disturbing our relationships.
This free discussion, “Creating Harmony through Loosening the Grip of Judgments,” with Yolanda Koumidou, LCSW, will show the connection between disharmony and judgment. It will focus on how and why judgments are formed and how, through them, we can actually create harmony in relationships.
About Yolanda Koumidou, LCSW
Yolanda Koumidou has been offering presentations on the theme of harmony for a number of years. For Meher Baba followers, she has made presentations at Avatar's Abode in Australia, at the North East Gathering in New York, and at the Circle of Friends in Myrtle Beach, SC.
She is a poet and a psychotherapist and has been in private practice in New York for the last 35 years. In addition, she runs retreats internationally and at her upstate New York Quietude Retreat Center focusing on inner life exploration. She is the author of various books on personal growth and of six poetry collections.
MEHER BABA ON GROUP HARMONY
On July 10, 1968 — the 43rd anniversary of Avatar Baba’s Silence — Meher Baba asked His secretary Adi K. Irani to issue the circular “Avatar Meher Baba’s Last Warning” to all of His workers in India. This circular was prompted after a misunderstanding has caused a rift in the Meher-Parivar Center. There are seven points with the last one being: