Tribune Information Service
Chandigarh, February 20
“Internal peace and happiness in the course of the pandemic may be achieved by means of shift in our perspective and viewing the current second as a possibility to maneuver into way forward for potentialities,” mentioned UT Adviser Manoj Parida whereas presiding over a world webinar on ‘Peace Positivity and Prosperity (PPP) throughout Pandemic’.
The webinar was organised by the Authorities Faculty of Yoga Schooling and Well being to deal with numerous disruptions attributable to the worldwide pandemic in numerous areas of our lives. It was graced by religious trainer and inspirational speaker Sister BK Shivani.
The Adviser additionally launched a handbook of knowledge on built-in method to holistic well being comprising scholarly articles on methods to steer a significant life. He congratulated the school for organising the webinar that focuses on coping with the uncertainties and imbalance attributable to the pandemic. He additional advised imbibing yoga in a single’s life for needed transformation in oneself.
In her speak, Sister Shivani mentioned: “Vibrations all over the world have turned detrimental with the outbreak of Covid-19 and we have to return to the precise regular that contains of calm and stability”.
“To realize this purpose, yoga needs to be seen in totality focusing consideration on our thought course of as it’s linked to our psychological and bodily well being,” she mentioned.
She spoke concerning the 4 varieties of results that our resolutions and considering have on our psychological and bodily well being, relationships and the character and advised that “Raja yoga” is a strategy to transcend on the trail of main a excessive vibrational life-style. She concluded her speak by giving a sensible expertise of visualisation.
Proposing the vote of thanks, Dr Sapna Nanda, principal of the school, mentioned: “To dwell in concord with oneself and the surroundings is the necessity of the hour when human beings are dealing with bodily and psychological misery.”