We are a team of Adventure Enthusiasts and Nature Lovers, who believe in the concept of Learning from Each other , and using Experiential Learning as the Cauldron and the catalyst .
Dushyant Chibber, the main motivation behind the
Sunil Gupta is Yoga Master, an avid trekker.
He is a proponent of Nature therapy, also called ecotherapy, is the practice of being in nature to boost growth and healing, especially mental health. You might also hear it called green care, green exercise, green therapy, or horticulture therapy. He has been training celebrities and was highly appreciated for his role in teaching Yoga to police personnel in Mumbai. His specializations is Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a psychiatric disorder.
Col Arun Sharma is a Veteran from the armed forces and an adventure enthusiast. He is a Pacifist having drawn the inspiration having served in a civil war torn country in Africa, while being deployed as part of United Nations military observer mission in Angola. He is a highlander from Kangra, in Himachal and having served along the Himalayas understands the terrain and more importantly the people, believes it provides a great play field for experiential learning . He is a life coach and has been a corporate trainer.
A brief about us, we are small team of Veterans from the armed forces and highly committed Social activists from the civil society, who are fired from within to share their learnings with the new generation. The team is lead by Col arun Sharma,(Veteran). We observe international standards in safety, security, hygiene and sanitation.
Why us ?
all our interventions are inspired from Stephen Covey’s concept that
and in the Core of our Outdoor Experiential learning interventions we have — — — —
– – – – We have four unique endowments,
which not only separate us from animals, but also help us distinguish between reality and illusion.
and these endowments are
*Self awareness*, which enables us to look at our glasses and through them.
Once we are self-aware, we must choose purposes and principles to live by; otherwise the vacuum will be filled, and we will lose our self-awareness and become like groveling animals who live primarily for survival and propagation. People who exist on that level aren’t living; they are “being lived”.
*Conscience* , It’s an internal guidance system.
Most of us work and live in environments that are rather hostile to the development of conscience. We are inundated by activity, noise, conditioning, media messages, and flawed paradigms that dull our sensitivity to that quiet inner voice that would teach us of “true north” principles and our own degree of congruency with them. Still with our internal compass, you will rarely, if ever, be in a situation where you only have one bad option. You will always have choices. If you wisely exercise your unique endowments by listening empathically, some moral option will always be there and to grow, you need to go to that extremity and learn to make those choices based on what you honestly believe to be the right thing to do.
*Independent will * is the power to transcend our paradigms, to swim upstream, to re-write our scripts.
It is the independent will that really makes effective self-management possible. It is the ability to make decisions and choices and to act in accordance with them. It is the ability to act rather than to be acted upon, to proactively carry out the program we have developed through the other three endowments. Empowerment comes from learning how to use this great endowment in the decisions we make every day.
One of the best ways to strengthen our independent will is to make and keep promises. Each time we do, we make deposits in our personal integrity account the amount of trust we have in ourselves, in our ability to walk our talk.
*Creative imagination* empowers us to create beyond our present reality.
Creative imagination empowers us to create beyond our present reality. It enables us to write personal mission statements, set goals, plan meetings, or visualize ourselves living the most challenging circumstances. If our imagination has to go through the straightjacket of our memory, what is imagination for? Memory is limited. It’s finite; it deals with the past. Imagination is infinite; it deals with the present and the future, with potentiality, with vision and mission and goals with anything that is not now but can be. The man-on-the-street approach to success is to work harder, to give it the “old college try.” But unless willpower is matched with creative imagination, these efforts will be weak and ineffective.
As a assured take away, each participant will observe, learn and practice the process of making a personal vision and mission statement.