SwaSamvaad: Communicating with our own inner Self
Designed for modern people living busy lives who want to build a conscious mind and a radiant consciousness, this program helps you achieve personal, spiritual, and professional heights through various practices including meditation. Integrating discoveries in spirituality, modern psychology and leadership sciences, the program provides participants with a clear roadmap for happiness, peace, and prosperity.
Divya Samvaad: The science of awakening divine emotions
Our greatest capital is the power of emotions lying within us which, when awakened, brings us unprecedented physical and spiritual progress. This transformational program helps you identify your core emotions, get rid of destructive emotions such as anger, greed, and jealousy, and mobilize the right emotional energies to achieve your goals and objectives. As a result of this unprecedented program, you will be able to make your life successful and comfortable, to learn the art of meditation and devotion, and to experience true divine bliss. SwoSamvaad graduates are eligible to participate in this program.
Uncover the mystery behind creating and celebrating abundance. Learn how to integrate the essence of management, psychology, and spirituality to generate wealth and abundance in life.This program helps you tailor your individual goals, career choices and occupations to create a prosperous life. Also it teaches you the art of living positve, thoughtful and stressfree life.You would be able to prepare a ten year action plan for your life through this course.
Bhakti Vigyan, also called Bhakti marga, is a spiritual path or spiritual practice focused on loving devotion towards any personal diety. Bhakti simply means participation, devotion and love for any endevour which is one of three spiritual paths for salvation as discussed in Bhagavad Gita.Bhakti yoga has been called “love for love’s sake” and “union through love and devotion.” Bhakti yoga, like any other form of yoga, is a path to self-realization, to having an experience of oneness with everything.
Dhyana Vigyan or Dhyana Yoga
Dhyana is the 7th limb of yoga, building upon asana (physical posture),
pranayama (breath control), pratyahara (control of the senses, moving the focus to the
inside), and dharana (concentration). The word dhyana comes from the Sanskrit word
dhyai, which means "to think of."
Dhyana involves concentration and meditation on a point of focus with the intention of knowing the truth about it. This deeper concentration of the mind is the instrument of self-knowledge where one can separate illusion from reality, and eventually, reach the ultimate goal of yoga: samadhi (bliss, or union with the source).