Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, February 20
“Inner peace and happiness during the pandemic can be achieved through shift in our perspective and viewing the present moment as an opportunity to move into future of possibilities,” said UT Adviser Manoj Parida while presiding over an international webinar on ‘Peace Positivity and Prosperity (PPP) during Pandemic’.
The webinar was organised by the Government College of Yoga Education and Health to address various disruptions caused by the global pandemic in different areas of our lives. It was graced by spiritual teacher and inspirational speaker Sister BK Shivani.
The Adviser also released a handbook of information on integrated approach to holistic health comprising scholarly articles on ways to lead a meaningful life. He congratulated the college for organising the webinar that focuses on dealing with the uncertainties and imbalance caused by the pandemic. He further suggested imbibing yoga in one’s life for necessary transformation in oneself.
In her talk, Sister Shivani said: “Vibrations around the world have turned negative with the outbreak of Covid-19 and we need to go back to the actual normal that comprises of calm and stability”.
“To achieve this goal, yoga has to be seen in totality focusing attention on our thought process as it is connected to our mental and physical health,” she said.
She spoke about the four types of effects that our resolutions and thinking have on our mental and physical health, relationships and the nature and suggested that “Raja yoga” is a way to transcend on the path of leading a high vibrational lifestyle. She concluded her talk by giving a practical experience of visualisation.
Proposing the vote of thanks, Dr Sapna Nanda, principal of the college, said: “To live in harmony with oneself and the environment is the need of the hour when human beings are facing physical and mental distress.”
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