A massive Yoga campaign was organised by DJJS Santulan at the International level via its various social media platforms as well as on-ground centers across the World specially for the females aiming to empower and enlighten womenfolk on the expansive meaning of Yoga.
Various Yogasanas and Pranayam Yogic Kriyas were demonstrated by female volunteers and practiced by more tens of thousands of participants from diverse sections and age groups in various regions of the World.
Female health related issues such as PCOD which has become a common lifestyle disorder nowadays was addressed and yogasanas like Bhujanga Asana (Cobra pose), Dhanurasana (Bow Pose), Malasana (Garland Pose), Setu Bandhasana (Bridge Pose), Chakravakasana (Cat Cow Pose) and Naukasana (Boat Pose) that help in prevention as well as cure of PCOD, were discussed. Through various virtual sessions, Womenfolk were also guided to manage time for self-care besides being multi-taskers in order to take care of their health.
Also, knowledge sharing sessions were held over the subject of Yogic Powers exercised by Vedic Women: Case studies of Vedic Yoginis Akka Mahadevi, Rishika Anusuya and many more who mastered the knowledge of Yoga in Vedic era were discussed. Under the divine guidance of His Holiness Shri Ashutosh Maharaj Ji, head and founder of DJJS, the Sadhvi preahers from Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan rendered the expansive and true meaning of Yoga. “Yoga is not just about the poses or mere physical well-being but also about mental and spiritual enhancement; and the ultimate goal of Yoga is God-Realization and finally merging in the God-Consciousness and getting enlightened.
Lastly, there was a creative group-photo session in the end of the programme wherein participants created different formations of Yogasanas together in a group. The same was posted as a challenge via DJJS Santulan’s social media handles wherein many entries were received and shared on the ages.
The whole month long Yoga spree was very refreshing and enlightening. The participants were thoroughly motivated to core for practising yogasanas, yogic kriyas as well as dhyana (meditation). They enjoyed the sessions and urged for more such sessions to be organised.