Nityananda Dhyanapeetam is conducting Ananda Spurana Program (ASP), a 2-day meditation program, on 17th and 18th of May, in The Times Of India building at Banjara Hills. The timings of the program are 9am to 6pm, and the fee is Rs. 1,000. The program is aimed at helping you create your own "mind relaxation spa". It unleashes the latent inner potential of every being, and helps in taking the first step towards bliss.
The introductory level meditation program works on the seven energy centers (chakras) in the human body. There are seven key chakras or energy centers in the human body which are responsible for the proper functioning of the body, mind, and heart. These energy centers were discovered a very long time ago, and they deeply influence our physical, emotional and mental state. The presence of these energy centers in our body has now been scientifically documented by Kirlean photography.
When any of the energy centers is low on energy, the system malfunctions and the body gets diseased. This changes the physical, mental and emotional state from ease to 'dis-ease'. This low energy can be felt much before it manifests itself in the physical body as a disease. If we keep the energy centers in a cleansed and energized condition, they can help us live a disease-free, stress-free, and blissful healthy life.
Nithyananda Dhyanapeetam is a movement for meditation and establishing a vedic renaissance. With over 1,200 centers in 33 countries, the foundation works towards the transformation of humanity through the transformation of the individual.
In keeping with this breathtaking vision of a complete Vedic renaissance, Nithyananda is simultaneously spearheading movements for the re-establishment of all aspects of Vedic sciences, arts, culture and lifestyle, through the founding of a meditation and Yoga university, temples of traditional Sanatana dharma worship practices, and ashrams and spiritual communities worldwide to create an environment where one can experience and express bliss at all levels of life.
Please contact Vijaya on 93910-35463 for further details.