Self realisation without restriction of Guru, Religion, Nationality, Sex, Caste. Made possible by the Blessings of Sadguru Dattatreya- supreme Guru of the universe and His Holiness Maharshi Punit Achariji (Poojya Bapushri).
Bapushri’s message :
“Deep within us is a single, Pure Consciousness that is omnipresent, prevailing everywhere. Everywhere this outer consciousness is the Father of all, but it is only when we turn inside that we meet him. Our true Father (our Higher Self) is never deluded or distracted by the differences in colour, quality, nature, caste, creed or religion of any of His children. He sees in each of them equally His own splendour, which is pure Bliss.
Let us take new birth in our recognition of Him within ourselves. This is the supreme achievement of our lives; our only purpose; our blissful destiny.”
– His Holiness Maharshi Punitachariji
In his UNESCO address, Modi called for a change in lifestyle “because the emission reduction that we seek will be the natural outcome of how we live”.
“It is with this vision that I had called the United Nations General Assembly last September to declare June 21 as the International Day of Yoga.
“Yoga awakens a sense of oneness and harmony with self, society and nature. By changing our lifestyle and creating consciousness, it can help us deal with climate change and create a more balanced world,” Modi said.
Yoga is the 5,000-year-old Indian physical, mental and spiritual practice that aims to transform body and mind.
The UN adopted an India-led resolution declaring June 21 as ‘International Day of Yoga’ in December last year, less than three months after Modi proposed the idea.
The resolution was overwhelmingly co-sponsored and adopted in the world body, recognising that “Yoga provides a holistic approach to health and well-being”.
International Day of Yoga website
DSYM CELEBRATES INTERNATIONAL DAY OF YOGA
VHP Centre, Thornton Heath, CR7 6JN on first Sunday of every month - from 10:00am to
Continuous mantra chanting and meditation. There will be a break for lunch (provided) and there will be aarti at 9pm followed by Prasad. Please