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Prajna Yoga program for hearing, speech impaired students concludes
11/22/2022 10:37:39 PM
EARly Times report

Jammu, Nov 22 The Art of living in collaboration with the J&K Samaj Kalyan Kendra Jammu Concluded a 2-day Prajna Yoga program for Hearing and speech impaired students of Higher Secondary School for Hearing and Handicapped near Shahidi Chowk , Jammu About Seventy Differently Abled students participated in two groups from class 1st to 6th in Junior group and Class 7th to 12th in the Senior Group
A special faculty of Art of Living comprising Shreya Chugh and Rukmani Devi flew from Bangalore Art Of Living International Centre for this first ever Art of Living specially designed program for kids and teenagers for Deaf & Mute students in Jammu which was assisted by Art of living Jnk Chapter faculty Ritvik, Akshita, Kanika,Sidhant & dedicated team of volunteers Abhishek, kashish, Bhawna along with SSK staff who helped to execute the program perfectly.
The specially conceived program aims at imparting Prajna Yoga to ensure that these Differently Abled students get the ‘right thought at the right time’ through intuitive power. This program makes them learn to perceive beyond their senses. The basis of the program is to blossom the deep and enigmatic faculties which is present in these deaf & mute students in a latent form. The Intuition Process improves the differently Abled children’s intuition and enhances their sensory abilities, briefed the Organizer of the Prajna yoga Program Ajay kapoor State coordinator – Art of Living Bureau of Communications and Projects
After Two Days and 4 hours Sessions the blindfolded students were able to correctly identify and explain, through sign language, the picture or the number recorded on a paper sheet by just touching the paper. They could paint the pictures by simply touching the Printed Cards and correctly choosing the colors including proper outlining. They did it by accessing the intuitive abilities which helped them to connect with the inner self. After the session, the participating Specially Abled students were found infused with a lot of confidence. On the Concluding Day State Coordinator - Bureau of Communications and Sewa Projects of Art of Living Jnk Chapter Ajay Kapoor, Treasurer of SKK M D Sharma & Principal of the School Roshan Bhan were present. The President Samaj Kalyan Kendra, K B Jandial who attended the Day 1 Proceedings and the Management was v thankful for such out of world Initiative by AOL
The Art of Living is happy to present a new and revolutionary program for children and teenagers called ‘Prajñā Yoga,’ which enables the participants to tap into their intuitive abilities. Intuition is the ‘gut feeling’, the knowing or understanding something without the need for conscious reasoning or proof. Traditionally, we are taught to follow our rational thinking and pay little attention to our inner voice, our gut feeling, which goes beyond the layers of reasoning.
During the two days of the program, participants learn simple and powerful techniques which enable them to access, cultivate, utilise and maintain their inherent intuitive abilities. This ability is demonstrated through various blindfold activities, such as reading, coloring, walking, playing games and so on. Regular practice enables much more powerful abilities in them and impacts all aspects of their life. Communication improves to a great extent and children learn to express themselves better. There is an improvement in observation and perception as well. Behaviour changes can be dealt with a lot of ease and effectiveness. Kids and teens report better health, sleep patterns and vibrancy.
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