MEDITATION TO BEAUTIFY OUR MINDS, FREE OF TENSION AND STRESS: EM

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Imphal, November 18 , 2017 (DIPR): The Golden Jubilee Celebration of Rajyogini Brahma Kumari Sheela Behenji, Sub-Zone in-charge, Prajapita Brahma Kumaris Ishwariya Vishwa Vidyalaya, North East, Guwahati was held today at Marwari Dharmashala, Thangal Bazar.The Samman Samaroh function that was organised by the  association of Brahma Kumaris, Imphal, was chaired by Education Minister, Shri Th Radheshyam Singh as the Chief Guest; Rajgogini Brahma Kumari Sheela as the Special Guest; Medical Superintendent, Shija Hospital, Langol, Dr. S. Jugindra & Dean (Academic), NIMS, Prof. W. Gyaneshwar Singh  as the Guests of Honour and President, Indian Medical Association, Manipur, Dr.Kh.Sulochana Devi as the President.

Founder, Divya Jyoti Ashram, Changangei, Uchekon, Imphal, Dr. Ch. Jamini Devi; Vice-President, Manipur Mahila Kalyan Samiti, Dewlahland, Imphal, M. Pramodini Devi; Prof. Dept. of Psychiatry, RIMS, Dr. R. K. Lenin Singh; retd.  Staff, M.U., Shri L. Nabakumar Mangang and other officials from different professions merge together under one roof at the ceremony.

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By admitting that he himself came as a Brahma Kumari student today &  not a Minister, Th Radheshyam focussed on the importance of developing positive attitudes and good thoughts  in our lives and appreciated the role of the Brahma Kumaris for their contribution towards creating a peaceful and happy, egalitarian, society free of conflicts and violence.

He said that we should practise meditation not only for a healthy body and mind but also to attain parmatma after fulfilling all the 3 components of body, mind and soul(atma). He questioned how much time do we devote daily for making our minds beautiful out of a total of 24 hours while we invest in all possible ways to groom our bodies like using creams, practising yoga &  walking for good health.

In these crucial, problematic, conflict- prone times filled with tension & stress, actual allocation of Rajyoga meditation in our daily routine will act as a tool for creating positive wave adding that the shortest way to reach God is to help our nearest needy people in our surroundings.

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Throwing light on the importance of karma and the need for good, positive actions & humanity for peaceful co-existence in our society, Brahma Kumari Sheela stressed on the need for a positive change by saying that we are children of one God and good karma will pave the way to a happy, balanced life in future.

Dr. S. Jugindra who himself attended the 7 days foundation course on Rajyoga (meditation), said that almost 400 staff of Shija Hospital also benefitted from the Brahma Kumari education after completing the weekly course. He said the Rajyoga meditation will act as a remedy for curing several illnesses like stress, high BP &  increased sugar level in our bodies in an effectively if practised daily. He also appealed the Minister Radheshyam to take steps to spread awareness about the benefits of Rajyoga meditation practised by the Brahma Kumaris in schools & colleges for a stronger, healthy & better society.

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Prof. W. Gyaneshwar also supplemented the virtues of practising meditation stating that he used to daily follow the teachings and illustrations of sister Shivani on you-tube to learn the simple ways of increasing positive energy of the soul.

Khamba-Thoibi dance was performed and candle-lighting ceremony was also held as part of the function.

It is worthy to mention that there are 9 branches of the Brahma Kumaris Ishwariya Vishwa Vidyalaya and 18 wings including   doctors’ wing, educationists’ wing,  sports’ wing, cultural wing & political wing.

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