'Healthy Mind, Healthy Body'- three days ‘विलक्षण योग एवं साधना शिविर' was organized by DJJS Jammu

January 10, 2018

Under the divine guidance of the founder and head of the organization His Holiness Ashutosh Maharaj Ji, Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan (DJJS) through ‘Vilakshan Yog & Dhyan Shivirs’ has been promoting Yoga and Meditation as an intangible cultural heritage of India for the last two decades. Not just revival of school of yoga but also promotion of traditional knowledge of Meditation (Dhyan) is the motive behind these Shivirs. These camps enumerate the significance and importance of Yogasanas, Pranayama & Dhyan in overall healing and attainment of perfect equilibrium and harmony of Body, Mind & Soul.

One such an empowering and energizing Yoga and Meditation Camp -विलक्षण योग एवं साधना शिविर’ was held for three days separately at Rameshwar Palace, Jammu; at Kalika Mathyani, Taryath and at Shri Raghunath Mandir, Nowshera in Rajouri district of Jammu & Kashmir on 17th, 20th & 24th of December 2017 respectively.

The event commenced with collective peace prayers and bhajans which serve as relieving medication for the restless mind and prepare the being to reap wholesome health benefits. Swami Vigyananand Ji disciple of His Holiness Ashutosh Maharaj ji, undertook three hours of Yogasanas, Pranayama and Meditation sessions. For one hour, the participants did basic Yogasana and Pranayama techniques, followed by a two hours of ‘Samuhik Dhyana’ (group meditation) to harness spiritual potential. The session ended with Om chanting’ and recitation of mantras such as Sarve Bhavantu Sukhinah’ and ‘Shanti Path’ (peace prayer) seeking health, peace and harmony for all.

Total 760 people participated in three days Camp and felt re- energized  & reinvigorated, especially those who are associated with the organization and also initiated into the practice of eternal technique of Bhram Gyan (meditation), thus commencing onto the path of true spirituality.

Print media covered this event in ‘Punjab Kesari’, ‘Dainik Jagran’, ‘Dainik Sawera’, ‘Punjab Kesari’, and ‘Amar Ujala’ newspapers