Saturday, 5 August 2017

ICSVS organizes Lecture on 'Mental Development through Spiritual Approach Based on Yoga Psychology and Neuhumanism

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Chandigarh 05th August:- Interdisciplinary Centre for Swami Vivekananda Studies (ICSVS), Panjab University, today organized a lecture on 'Mental Development through spiritual approach based on Yoga Psychology and Neuhumanism of Shrii Shrii Anandamurti Ji' on 4th August  by Acharya Divyachetanananda Avadhuta. He is a Monk from the Anand Marg fold and has delivered numerous talks on this subject in different Universities such as Kolkata University, Andhra University, Delhi University and Kurukshetra University.

Swami Ji initiated a new concept of Neuhumanium which is based on social equality and can serve as a practical solution to all the major problems prevailing in the contemporary society. He also elaborated that how a human living can move from cosmic centrifugal forces to enhance the centripetal forces of Ahaankar, Chit and Mahat. This is how one can take his own crude mind. His approach was scientific as he defined human body cells functional in there collectivity. He differentiated Atamasukhtativa where man thinks about himself only from Samsmatar which is about social equality. He addressed the students and advised them that how they can adapt the above in their lives successfully. How they can improve their memory power, food habits and avoid those which kill the equanimity in human cheering.

Prof. Nandita Singh, coordinator, ICSVS, while introducing the theme of the program mentioned that in the fast paced world of speed dialing and multitasking, it is essential for all of us to understand the significance of conscious living. She highlighted the need for heightened awareness and concentration of mind for innovation in any field.

The session was attended by large number of students from department of Guru Nanak Sikh Studies and Education. Faculty from various departments Prof. Asha Maudgil, Prof. Latika Sharma, Prof. Shankar Jha, Prof. Jaspal Kang, Prof. Meenu, Dr. Satwinder, Dr. Kalpana, Dr. Puja contributed to the discussion on the theme.