1 Day Meditation workshop
A free Meditation workshop was held on 16th April 2017 at the London, UK. Pujay Bhaktvatsaldasji Swami and Pujya Ramsukhdasji Swami from SGVP, India lead the workshop. According to Pujay Bhaktavatsaldasji Swami Meditation is a simple and natural path of heart-centered wellness that fosters balance, peace and well-being.
This workshop will introduce a variety of meditation practices. Participants will explore seated, standing and walking meditation and practices that empty the mind as well as practices that use visualization to give the mind something to do.
Pujay Bhaktavatsaldasji swami elaborate and give example to how to practise Meditation through God Swaminarayan’s Sadgun . Chose the few name fromJanmangal Namavali and meditate on the meaning of that name and with any Charitra. Meditation gives people an opportunity to discover their inner selves and their connection with the God.
Pujay Ramsukhdasji Swami explain about the how to find about the your innerself. How Find the obstacles of meditation. At the end instant 1 minute quiz was ornazise to get some exercise to mind, which shows how your mind remember and how quickly you can retrieve it.
The workshop is offered free of charge through the “Shree Swaminarayan Gurukul Parivar UK” ( SGVP Gurukul UK) , a charity organization. This workshop was part of “Shree Swaminarayan Gurukul Parivar UK”s one of object to promote inner peace and healty Living.
“Shree Swaminarayan Gurukul Parivar UK” welcomes all people for their future workshop.
Venue: Thames Chase, Pike Lane, Upminster, RM14 3NS
Date: Monday, 17 Apr 2017 (Bank Holiday)
Time: 10am to 5pm
Recent blog posts
- Gyansatra – 2017
- Flood Relief Work at Banaskantha District (26-July-2017)
- 1 Day Meditation workshop
- Youth Camp 2016
- સ્વામી માધવપ્રિયદાસજીઃ લંડન ખાતે જલારામ મંદિરમાં મંગલ પ્રવચન
- Leicester-Satsang Sabha at Shri Sanatan Mandir
- Hindu Lifestyle Seminar - 2016, London, UK
- Hindu Lifestyle Seminar, Bolton UK - June 2016
- Satsang Sabha, Jalaram Temple - London
- Shreemad Bhagvad Geeta Katha, Oldham, UK