21-days Online Rajyoga Mediation concludes at GDC Vijaypur

JAMMU: GDC Vijaypur collaborated with Prajapita Brahma Kumari’s Ishwariya Vishwa Vidyalaya Saket, New Delhi and conducted two batches of online Rajyoga Meditation for “ Invoking the Divinity Within” in which students, research scholars and faculty members from various Colleges and Universities across the country participated with great zeal, fervour and enthusiasm.
Principal of the College Dr Sangeeta Sudan thanked the organizers and participants for making the 21 days online programme a grand success. She asserted that practice of Rajyoga Meditation or intellectual communion with God brings into the soul many powers. Of these eight important are Power to Pack up or winding one’s thoughts at will; Power to Tolerate any kind of behaviour with grace; Power to Accommodate all sorts of people and adjust to any situation making one broadminded and patient; Power to Judge one’s own thoughts , words, actions and situations accurately and impartially; Power to Discriminate between right and wrong, good and bad, superficial and subtle etc thereby saving one from being deceived by illusions; Power to Face loss, adversity, hardship or any situation with equanimity; Power to Co-operate with people even competitors to accomplish big things and Power to Withdraw or retract from any situation and stay protected thereby providing a deep sense of self worth, inner stability and contentment.
Meditation is the process of re-discovering, enjoying and using the positive qualities latent within oneself. Like any skill, meditation requires practice to achieve positive and satisfying results. By doing a little everyday it becomes a natural and easy habit, which generously rewards for the little effort it involves.