Furthering its commitment to combat climate change, DJJS Nature Conservation Program- Sanrakshan undertook awareness walks and meditation sessions across its network of branches celebrating earth hour on 30th Mar 2019.
It is a well- established fact that this cosmos is a play of energies. Positive and negative; constructive & destructive, it is a fine balance of these energies on which the cosmos thrives. Unfortunately, over the years owing to the relentless plunder and destructive human action, we have walked into the times where this cosmic balance stands severely disrupted. Destruction, devastation, extinction, collapse have become the key words of the century. Restoration and revival of the fine cosmic balance is the need of the hour.
His holiness Ashutosh Maharaj Ji, founder & head of Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan, visionary behind Sanrakshan & a true conservationist, says, “ Human beings those unique instruments crafted by Nature that have the power to disrupt as well as to fine tune the cosmic balance through their actions. In the past, human action has laid the foundation of the environmental crisis and now it is time to take up the task of fine- tuning.”
Empowering human beings to be instruments of positive environmental change, his holiness Ashutosh Maharaj ji has bestowed the ancient Indian technique of Self Realization based Meditation through which each one can directly connect with the cosmic self and gradually turn from wrong action to right action. This Self Realization based meditation is the technique through which Vedic Indian seers and sages communed with the cosmic consciousness and understanding it crafted pro- environmental Indian lifestyles and environment sensitive living systems. Using the same knowledge millions of followers of His Holiness Ashutosh Maharaj ji, sat in meditation to dedicate their energies to spiritually re- energize the earth.
In addition, on the pre- note to Earth Hour, several DJJS branches organized awareness walks to sensitize masses about the hour and motivate them take action against climate change.