In these times, we are seeing that Dharma is being erased from the minds of everyone and Svecchachara is gaining strength. As an organization started to Rekindle Vedic Wisdom for Modern Living, Atmashrama and its team have taken an oath to do our bit to save this Dharma from total eradication.
The only way we can do is to enter into peoples lives, understand their problems and offer solutions to them so that they can realize that spirituality can help them to be more happier than they can with money, belongings etc.
The family and society at large would be at peace if each of its members develop a common mind set.
With this background, Atmashrama has conceptualized a unique event called DASOHAM. This annual event is conducted every year with a specific theme. This year the theme for the event is MIND AND MEDITATION.
In this fast paced life, it’s important to step back and consider the engine that is behind our every activity: the human mind. How exactly does the brain -- a three-pound snarl of electrochemically frantic nervous tissue -- create inspired inventions, the feeling of hunger, the experience of beauty, or the sense of self -- and how reliable is it? We can surely improve our quality of life by understanding our mind correctly.
Therefore, come, let us understand all about mind from experts in the field. Discover the pure bliss of meditation through Atmopasana Dhyana Yoga.
Atmopasana Dhyana Yoga is a universal meditation technique based on the concept of Atmopasana. This is a simple yet profound, authentic method to eradicate the root cause of all problems modern man is facing today. Not only that, the practice of this technique puts the practitioner on the high way of spiritual path right away.
This is an event for the entire family with loads of learning and fun for youngsters and children. Don't miss this unique opportunity!!! Entry only by registrations. Register today. There is no fee for registration.
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