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educational foundation set up to create  
better understanding between people of  
different religions, cultures, traditions and  
world philosophies.

Embrace Foundation works to bring  
leaders and scholars of world-wide  
religions, cultures and philosophies  
together by sponsoring forums, seminars,  
lectures and developing an international  
exchange program. Embrace Foundation  
is particularly concerned with reaching the  
world public through the media.
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See: Dhaya Dorje in 3 videos in our Spiritual Practices section demonstrating sacred Thai and Tai Chi Yoga in India, Thailand and Brazil
The Embrace Foundation Gallery of  
Sacred Places is website of sacred  
locations, architecture and pilgrimage  
places around the world. All people are  
welcomed to download from a computer  
with a color printer and make copies of  
any photo or photos special to them.This  
gallery which is also a registry is a means  
of keeping a record of locations that  
humanity finds inspiring and precious.
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Embrace encourages all who can do so,  
to learn about other traditions and  
cultures by traveling as “Grassroots  
Diplomats.” We hope that people every  
where become life long students of our  
world-wide humanity.

“ In every man there is something wherein  
I may learn of him, and in that I am his  

Travel As An Interfaith Act
Great Visions Television Shows
Great Visions - TV

24th August 2016

Embrace has updated the website and have put 3 videos of Dhaya Mesrobian from France  
demonstrating Thai Buddhist Yoga, Thai Yoga Massage (gentle stretching) and Chinese Tai Chi  
Yoga in locations from Ladakh, India to Temples in Thailand and an empty beach in Brazil. Traditional  
massage in Eastern disciplines is not merely for enjoyment, but for healing and for the awakening of  
insight through movement and the releasing of energy from specific body points.

Dhaya spent many years at the shrine of the Hindu Siddha Saint Ramalinga in South, India where he  
began practices that assist in transcending the physical body at the time of death by Jyoti Moksha or  
what is commonly known in the Tibetan Dzokchen tradition as going into the “rainbow body.”   The  
videos your will see on this site are visually beautiful. They are titled in French. However, it is easy to  
view and understand them even without speaking French.  Dhaya travels the world teaching and  
living simply. The last we spoke to him, he was in China giving classes. Please, enjoy.


11th. August 2014

The Embrace Editors have added a new Book Tour - Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA with lots of photos  
in this website. This is an easy flat land walking tour, which is accessible almost entirely by  
wheelchair, except when there is snow. This tour passes fine art and art galleries, unique  
architecture, a park and plenty of benches to rest. The article also highlights a few of the fine  
coffee/tea houses which can be found every few blocks. (Some of the bookstores have cafes inside  
of them.) The bookstores range from ALLA which specializes in all Spanish language books from all  
over the Spanish speaking world to TRAVEL BUG which carries only travel and tour books guiding  
people to every country on earth. It also stocks maps. Travel Bug (like a number of other bookstores)  
has a café inside their store and can print out custom topographical maps for hikers.


8th August 2014

The Embrace Editors have put in a new article entitled: A Walking Tour of Bookstores - Santa Fe.  
This also includes the Santa Fe Library main branch and the Santa Fe Historical Library across the  
street. The photo tour offers individuals, couples and families a fun and inexpensive vacation. Taking  
in not only bookstores, but seeing art and galleries along the way and enjoying inexpensive cafes to  
rest your feet and peruse your new books. For the many international readers of our website, even if  
you cannot visit New Mexico and Santa Fe, you will get a glimpse into a very distinctive culture, not  
found anywhere else in the United States.

We also have a earlier placed A Walking Tour of North India which covers bookstores and small  
publishers in Delhi, Hrishikish and McLeod Ganj. If you have not yet seen this, be certain you take a  
look, it is a very, very popular article!