The Complete Oneness

Murali Komaragiri
Saturday, September 24, 2016 - 08:30 to Sunday, September 25, 2016 - 17:30
held at: 
Lyle S. Hallman Faculty of Social Work Wilfrid Laurier University 120 Duke Street West Kitchener, Ontario N2H 3W8


The oneness of the creation is a principle that can be stated at best as a wonderful idea and at worst as a very abstract thought meant only for philosophers and not a practical solution to the society. However in each generation thinkers have struggled to find solutions to the problems plaguing the society and nations at large. All religions or faiths, claiming solutions, have only led to increase in divisions and misunderstanding between them. This discussion is not about a solution, but an understanding of the principle of oneness between us. It lays the basis for understanding and mutual respect between people,irrespective of faith or geographical locations.

Murali Komaragiri was born in Hyderabad, India into a very traditional brahmin family. The family followed the tradition laid out by Shri Adi Sankaracharya’s.
Murali schooling was through a catholic missionary school, while at home his father was teaching him on prayer lines and teaching of Shri Adi Sankaracharya and Indian History.
After schooling, Murali went to regional engineering college in Warangal, India, graduating in electrical engineering. He left for Canada to pursue higher studies and obtained master degree in electrical engineering from Concordia university, in Montreal, Canada.
Started his professional career with CAE Electronics in Montreal, Canada and moved over to Ontario Power Generation (OPG) Toronto Canada in 1990. He is married, with two daughters. He is currently working with OPG as lead auditor-engineering and lives in Whitby, Ontario, Canada with his wife Malathi.
His spiritual interest started out with swami Chinmayananda in Hyderabad, India during his high school days and carried it into Canada. He organized one of the Swami’s Geeta Yagna in 1980’s.
However his main passion was in teaching. He spends his weekdays and weekends with kids through Bal Vikas program of Shri Sathya Sai Baba on Human Values where the core teaching revolves on 5 principles of Sathya (truth), Dharma(righteousness), Shanti (Peace), Prema(love) and Ahimsa(non-violence).
As youth co-ordinator of Sathya Sai Organization, he organized number of seminars on Human Values and their relevance to them. He discourses on Human value principles within various Sai Organizations. He was once invited by Ahmedia community to speak on religion and its role in environment protection.