Report of Onlinewebinar on ‘How to keep the mind stable in coronavirus pandemic ? – Part 2’

Perform spiritual practice regularly by taking recourse to prayers and Agnihotra rituals – Sadguru Nandkumar Jadhav

The corona pandemic has caused fear, negativity, and frustration in many people, as well as adversely affected the mental balance of some. In such a situation, performing spiritual practice regularly reduces mental stress, fear, relieves anxiety and can keep the person happy. Praying to God gives us unique strength. It is now recognised by modern science through various experiments that prayer heals. Recourse should be taken to prayer in your life for increasing your morale and positivity. In addition to purifying the air in the current polluted environment, the ‘Agnihotra’ ritual, which protects against toxic gases and radiation, must also be performed. Sadguru Nandkumar Jadhav, Dharma Pracharak of Sanatan Sanstha, appealed to take recourse to regular spiritual practice by adopting various measures in the current emergency. He was speaking in an online special webinar, ‘Coronavirus Global pandemic: How to stabilize the mind ?- Part 2’ organised by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti. The programme was viewed by 7827 people on ‘Facebook’ and ‘YouTube’.

Dr. Bhupesh Sharma, a doctor from Haryana, said, “If you follow the Ayurvedic aspects in your daily routine without resorting to temporary measures for your health during the coronavirus pandemic, you will gain physical and mental strength. Without relying on these temporary measures such as inhaling oxygen in the body through oxygen cylinders, adopting things like refined oils and ghee in your diet controls the air in the body. In addition, the use of Abhyang (oil) on the body improves oxygen levels. It should be noted that regular exercise, yoga, pranayama, along with the proper diet without eating stale food, boosts the immune system. People should abide by the rules laid down by Dharma for living”.

Speaking on the occasion, the Coordinator of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan, Mr. Anand Jakhotia said, “Many people are taking the initiative to help people when they are currently infected with the coronavirus. However, at the same time, there are many malpractices, including corruption, black marketing of drugs, profiteering are going on. The public should take initiative to bring these malpractices to light. Discipline must be observed by all in the present times. Given the seriousness of the current situation, the proper daily routine will definitely benefit you to gain physical, mental and spiritual strength”.

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