A Few Words

About Us

We understand that life can be overwhelming, and it’s easy to feel lost or disconnected from ourselves. Combining ancient knowledge with modern science, the Humanity Institute brings age-old, tried and tested exceptional medicinal and social services. 


It is a space for spiritual practice, cultural activities, and meditation. Our practices provide individuals, families, civil and military service members and corporations holistic healing and wellness. Whether you’re looking for relief from physical discomfort or emotional turmoil, this is the place for you. 


Come, make well-being your lifestyle

Wyatt Morris,
Our Vision
To create a world where everyone has the opportunity to heal and find happiness, surrounded by love and understanding.
Our Mission
To provide accessible and affordable ayurvedic and naturopathy treatments in a supportive and nurturing environment, empowering individuals to take control of their well-being and find their path to healing and happiness.
Founder’s Message

Harshad Patel

Our overall goal of the Humanity Institute is to guide not only future generations but also upcoming eras to self-enlightenment through meditation and yoga.

Have you ever wondered: what is the PURPOSE of our existence? How do we END suffering? How can we ENLIGHTEN ourselves from reality and become zero in the state of mind( meaning become indifferent to happiness or sorrow)? Can we ESTABLISH PEACE within ourselves in this age? I have been searching for the answers to these questions since childhood. My path to learning the answers to these kinds of questions is through meditation.


As any child, I was naive about the meaning of life. One day, my mom gave me time out and told me to sit and close my eyes as a minor punishment for being disruptive. The punishment made me realize that I was drawn into the feeling of meditation; bringing the mind to complete sunya (the concept of emptiness or vacuity). Of course, I didn’t know what it was at the time but it felt good- calm and at peace- when I sat and just closed my eyes. This changed my way of life when I was about nine. I was too young to understand what had happened, but it became a part of me since that day. I made it a habit to regularly sit and practice meditation as it helped calm my inner self. I taught myself meditation and it has made a big impact on the quality of life I live. It has also answered a lot of unknowns for me. It helped relieve physical and mental stress. I know it can benefit others just like me therefore, I would like to strive to teach others meditation therapy.


In India, the ancient gurus call meditation: Dhyan. Dhyan is a spiritual path of self-realization; I call it the path to becoming absolute zero (sunya)—by that I mean -even though we are surrounded by a lot of materialism and have good or bad influences, we should remain untouched by our minds with happiness or sorrow. As Gautama Buddha states “Water surrounds the lotus flower, but does not wet its petals.” The ancient gurus believed that even though the mind-body-and -the soul is materialistically interconnected, they can be experienced and maintained or controlled individually without interdependence through the spiritual art of Meditation. Along with meditation, yoga and Ayurveda are ancient remedies and ways to treat and prevent physical and mental illnesses.


I have made a mission to create the opportunity for everyone to enjoy the same path for self-discovery. I dream of opening a unique Humanity Institute in Locust Grove, Georgia, so that everyone can enjoy sunya. I am taking the initiative to obtain support from the Indian government to access Ayurvedic treatments here in the United States to heal people naturally. Also, I would like to coordinate with the Indian government to send certified yoga masters to benefit people seeking self-discovery, health, and overall well-being.


The overall goal of the Humanity Institute is to guide not only future generations but also upcoming eras to self-enlightenment through meditation and yoga. With the knowledge and practice of Ayurveda, Meditation, and Yoga one has the power to eliminate physical and mental sufferings and enlighten themselves to self-realization.

Board of Directors

Alex Patel


Paul Patel


Pragnesh Patel