Online chanting session held for ‘Jidnyasus’ at Andhra Pradesh and Telangana

Bhagyanagar : Sanatan Sanstha and Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) had jointly organised collective chanting of Shri Gurudev Datta on the occasion of ‘Pitru-Paksha’. The program received a spontaneous response from ‘Jidnyasus (the curious interested to know more on the subject)’. Mr Chetan Gadi, the State Coordinator of HJS for Andhra Pradesh and Telangana explained the importance of performing ‘Shraaddha’ rites during the ‘Pitru-Paksha’, how to perform ‘Shraadha’ during adverse times, etc. Many participants got their doubts clarified. During the ‘Pitru-Paksha’, collective chanting was held for 30 minutes every day.

Feedback from the ‘Jidynasus’

1. Sou. Chamundeshwari – The collective chanting was done with a lot of concentration and I felt as if I was sitting at the feet of Shri Dattaguru and chanting.

2. Sou. Swarupa- I felt light after chanting. I had a high blood pressure problem but after the collective chanting, I didn’t have to take medicine for high blood pressure and now it is under control. I felt as if I have reached very close to God, due to such chanting.

3. Sou. Bhavani – After the chanting, the negative and stressful thoughts reduced; the yearning for performing spiritual practice increased. I am experiencing positive energy and divine consciousness in the room where we sat for chanting.

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