IIM Nagpur organises ‘Himalayan Samarpan Dhyan Shivir’

IIM Nagpur organises ‘Himalayan Samarpan Dhyan Shivir’
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IIM Nagpur organises ‘Himalayan Samarpan Dhyan Shivir’Nov 1, 2023

Nagpur, November 01, 2023 | A Himalayan Samarpan Meditation session was held at the Indian Institute of Management, Nagpur on October 31, 2023. The session was jointly organized by IIM Nagpur and the Shree Shivkrupanand Swami Foundation, especially for the post-graduate students, the staff and faculty of the institute, in the early morning hours, between 6 AM to 8 AM.

The Himalayan Meditation session was conducted by H.H. Shivkrupanand Swamiji, who having mastered yoga for sixteen years in the Himalayas, now leads a global spiritual platform called ‘Gurutattva’, sharing this 800-year-old holy wisdom of meditation with every human being in the world.

In his discourse, Swamiji elaborated upon concepts of Parmatma, Dharma, Satguru and Dhyan. The ‘Shivir’ also included a group meditation session towards the end, where Swamiji guided the audience into the Himalayan Samarpan Dhyan, which is offered as a ‘Sanskar’. Devoid of any kind of physical activities or complex techniques, it is based on an innate live experience, an ‘Anubhuti’, which can be accessed by everyone, beyond all distinctions of race, religion, language, and nationality.

In his discourse, Swamiji stressed upon the need to develop mental resilience, especially for our young professionals who are poised to assume or the positions in a highly competitive corporate setup. Society is replete with outwardly distractions, and Meditation serves as a potent tool to help us turn inwards, while enhancing our innate values like acceptance, tolerance and improving our self-confidence.

Swamiji explained that modern science has now helped us demonstrate how meditation can help release stress, control anxiety and help develop a robust energy field – an aura – around an individual. Which proves to be vital in the present era, when emotional and mental stress is ever increasing, eventually manifesting as physical ailments.

Himalayan meditation is being practiced by thousands, across 65 countries worldwide. Gurutattva Ashrams are located globally, serving as centres of spiritual practice, offering priceless moments of peace and serenity. Overseas ashrams are located in UK, US, Australia, Canada, Japan, Germany, South Africa and Singapore, while in India they have been setup in Gujarat, Rajasthan, Goa, West Bengal, Karnataka and recently in Nagpur, Maharashtra.

The Himalayan Samarpan Meditation at IIM Nagpur, guided by H.H. Shivkrupanand Swamiji, underscored the importance of mental resilience in today’s competitive landscape. Gurutattva’s global presence highlights the widespread embrace of Himalayan meditation for inner peace and well-being in our stress-laden era.