A dose of spirituality for Delhiites

A dose of spirituality for Delhiites

Humanity at large has been increasingly beset with crimes, road rage, excessive materialism and erosion of ethics and decency.

In a city which is defamed to be the rape capital of India, the Prayer for Peace group organised a gathering of about 700 people at the Thyagaraj Indoor Stadium to instil peace and spirituality amongst all.

It began with a melodious song presentation. At this one-of-its-kind initiative, people gathered to perform the ancient healing technique of Meditation on Twin Hearts that multiplies and amplifies the down pour of divine healing energy to change the consciousness of Delhiites.

The meditation was voiced by Master ChoaKok Sui in both English and Hindi. It is known to instantly de-stresses practitioners and fill them with inner peace and calmness.

Speaking of the attendees at the meditation, spiritual heads of the Chinmaya Mission, Iskon temple, the Archbishop of Delhi, Bangla Sahib Gurdwara, Anandmayima Ashram, Bahai community, Jain Muni Ashram, Rabbi of the Jewish community, group from art of living, Sivananda Yoga Ashram, Brahmkumaris and churches had all gathered to pray for peace and spirituality.

“I feel extremely relaxed right now,” exclaimed Aprajita Bhargava, a 26-year-old IT professional, who was present during the meditation.

“I thought it was an event that might be boring but throughout the two hours of the evening, I was listening intently. The meditation spoke about everything from daily life anger to road rage and the negativity that transcends us is due to our inability to think positive.

I understood this very distinctly,” she adds. The chants of Om, Amen, Ameen, Ek Omkar were echoing throughout the auditorium bringing a spurt of energy that could only be realised once you are part of the gathering.

The event wrapped up with a performance by college students, who sang and performed for the audience on Eshwar yaara, ye pukaar sun le.

Hardly do we see people from all religions coming together on one ground get involved in such heart-warming practices.

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