Sanskarshala is one of its kind virtual workshops that are organized for children aged 4 to 12 years by Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan’s holistic education program Manthan SVK. The theme for November month was Baudhik Sanskarshala.
Kids are often wise beyond their years. Their young minds are highly curious and if shaped in the correct way, the stage is set for them to grow intellectually. While children build their identity, they are curious to known about the world around them. In this journey they identify their strengths and weaknesses. However, mental strength plays a very important role in determining the life they will lead. This month’s Sanskarshala aimed at shaping their ability to think and understand ideas and information while staying spiritually rooted and positive. A total of 51 Baudhik Sanskashalas workshops were conducted in which 3349 students participated.
The workshops were conducted across various branches of DJJS pan India and in schools namely Surajmal Jalan Balika Shiksha Sadan,Dibrugarh and Dibrugarh Bengali High School in Assam, Middle School, Dharmdiha, Madhubani, Bihar, Zilla Parishad Prathamik School, A/p Sirsoli and Z P Secondary Marathi High School, Adgaon Khurd, Akola, Amravati, Maharashtra.
Each workshop session commenced with meditation and shloka chanting. Such a spiritual start helped the students to focus more on grasping the knowledge shared. The DJJS Preachers and volunteers took the initiative to help students understand how they can uplift their abilities to think, grow and self motivate themselves with the power of the Divine. The sessions were intentionally made highly interactive and fun so that each child opens up with his challenges and fears. Preachers helped students learn with presentations and activities which kept them engaged and enthusiastic throughout. The preachers also discussed the importance of meditating along with the external actions we take to save earth. Towards the end of workshops kids pledged to follow their learnings with the blessings of our Guru Shri Ashutosh Maharaj Ji and concluded with the Shanti Path.