11th Annual ATOP MEANINGFULWORLD MIND-BODY-ECO-SPIRIT FESTIVAL

11th Annual ATOP MEANINGFULWORLD MIND-BODY-ECO-SPIRIT FESTIVAL Transcending to Planetary Consciousness Join Us on the 5th of June 2014 CONFERENCE GOALS 1. To identify the important role of spirituality and mind-body integration to achieve global peace 2. To share a few modalities that  integrate mind-body-eco-spirit for promotion of health, unity, and peace globally 3. To develop… Continue reading >>

Events/ Workshops

“TOWARD PREVENTING GENOCIDE: Nations Acknowledging their Dark History” Thursday, 17 April 2014, at 12-2:45 PM (Click flyer below for pdf)

Pamper Yourself Holiday Festival and Party 2013

ATOP Meaningfulworld Pamper Yourself Holiday Festival and Party 2013 Isha Emley & Blerina Marku   The “Pamper Yourself” holiday party with ATOP/Meaningful World was a festive and uplifting night of celebration. As a soft blanket of snow settled over the city, a stream of vibrant people began to file in. Each decorated room was alive… Continue reading >>

UN International Day of Peace

ATOP Meaningfulworld UN International Day of Peace Education for Peace Zhehan Fan & Dr. Ani Kalayjian September 21, 2013, Bronx Museum of the Arts, New York   “On this International Day of Peace, let us pledge to teach our children the value of tolerance and mutual respect. Let us invest in the schools and teachers… Continue reading >>

Behavioral scientists convened in Hawaii, August 2013

Fordham University Social Sciences Division New  York,  NY  10023-7475 PRESS RELEASE: Armenian Behavioral Science Association phone 212-636-6393   August, 2013 Behavioral scientists convened in Hawaii On August 3, 2013, Hye psychologists convened in Honolulu at a gathering of the Armenian Behavioral Science Association (ABSA).  This three-part gathering was part of the 121st annual convention of the… Continue reading >>

Roundtable on Living in a Traumatic World

ATOP Officers and Intern participate in the very first Roundtable on Living in a Traumatic World Dr Kalayjian, the Outstanding Achievement Award Winner Alumni of Teachers College, Columbia University, Georgiana Sofletea, ATOP MW Intern and Graduate Student at TC Columbia University, and Johnanne Winchester, UN Representative for ATOP MW participated in the Inaugural TC Roundtable.… Continue reading >>

NYSPA Mind & Body Health Fair

ATOP Meaningfulworld participates in the NYSPA Mind & Body Health FairDanielle Marie Caminneci     On September 25th, 2011 the Association of Trauma Outreach and Prevention (ATOP) of Meaningfulworld participated in the New York State Psychology Association’s (NYSPA) first Mind & Body Health Fair, held at the Brooklyn Public Library. It was the first fair of… Continue reading >>

ATOP of Meaningfulworld 9/11 Reflections

ATOP of Meaningfulworld 9/11 Reflections call 218-339-2699 at 9:15 AM on Sept 11For a Silent Meditation, Reflections, and Free Counselling Dr Ani Kalayjian and Rebecca Schaffner When the towers of the World Trade Centre in New York were unexpectedly attacked and when the Pentagon in Washington D.C. was threatened to be suddenly hit by hijacked… Continue reading >>

Mind-Body-Eco-Spirit Health Event

ATOP Of MeaningfulWorld Presents Mind-Body-Eco-Spirit Health is a Basic Human Right: Each one Heal One and ceremony for Meaningfulworld Ambassadors www.meaningfulworld.com 201-941-2266 Michele Gonen, Intern at ATOP of Meaningfulworld Healing bowls, purple scarves, candles, hearts, and colourful and healing art work were dispersed purposefully and aesthetically enticing all around the auditorium, providing a peaceful, comfortable,… Continue reading >>

EVENTS (June 2011)

Perspectives from vulnerable groups:Children,   women,    refugees,refugees older adults, etc UN Church Center 777 First Avenue at 46th Street, New York City 2nd floor Saturday 18 June, 2011 10:00 AM – 3 PM Opening Meditations: Sharon Hamilton-Getz African drumming: Mc Nair High School Students (TBA) Spiritual Sound Healing: Alicia Di Giovanni & Sandee Conroy Speakers: 1.… Continue reading >>

Good intentions are no longer enough. I wanted to support humanity in my own way. Meaningful World was a natural
way for me to help the victims of tsunami.
So many systems have failed us and as we transition from failed models, attitudes and behaviors that are polarizing,
destructive and failing all around us I could not just sit back, be overwhelmed and do nothing… I am doing something
with Meaningful World.
Meaningful World cultivates well-being, relatedness, a deep awareness and understanding how to elevate some of the
world's suffering. Our choices impact all living systems and I choose to be an agent of good.