Mobile App AcharyaSethu unveiled; asans, martial arts demonstrated
World peace is the need of the hour and yagya is potent tool for the same, says Yogi Ashwini
Dhyan Foundation, ICHR organize World Peace Maha Yagya
New Delhi, June 24, 2017: Well-known spiritual and charitable organisation, Dhyan Foundation in association with Indian Chamber of Human Resources organized World Peace Maha Yagya at Dhyan Ashram here on Friday
Speaking about the purpose of the peace yagya, Yogi Ashwini, the guiding light of Dhyan Foundation said that “when the world was inhabited by barbarians, as per modern historians, vedic rishis had mastered the concept of shanti (peace) and santulan (balance). Today, in this heyday of negativity, World Peace is the need of the hour and yagya is potent tool for the same.”
On the occasion, a new mobile application AcharyaSethu was unveiled which is aimed at bringing vedic culture in the form of yagyas, vastu, astrology and other services to ones doorstep. “It is unfortunate the youth today have no understanding of or access to the treasure trove of ancient Indian sciences. Acharya Sethu is doing commendable work by making the phenomenal power of vedic sciences accessible to one and all,” said Yogi Ashwini.
Yogi Ashwini, the guiding light of Dhyan Foundation addressing the media
The event started with the demonstration of ancient Indian arts of asans, martial arts and sword fighting by students of Yogi Ashwini. "It may seem ironic that martial arts is being performed at an event for World Peace, but then, the purpose of martial arts is not aggression, it is about stillness and internal strength which develops through stillness, an art which traveled from southern India to Central Asia, and from there to the rest of the world," added the Master.
Yogi Ashwini is adept in the ancient sciences of Yog, Tantra, Ayurved, Healing sciences, Vedic Martial Arts, Yagyas, Mantra Chanting and Art of the Mace.
Dhyan Ashram ‘sadhikas’ including one who is an editor of a leading magazine and the other a 60-year-old working professional, performed asanas for the entire duration of 2 hour event with no sign of stress or fatigue. In fact, their glow seemed to increase with every subsequent asan.
Demonstration of asans and physical strength at the yagya by Dhyan Ashram sadhaks
The host of the evening, former Miss India Nikita Anand shared that "asans are not exercises and so are absent in the side-effects of over exercise, like ageing in the body, drying up of body fluids, joint pains, shooting breath and heart rate. I can say this out of my own example, because when I came to Yogi Ashwini, I suffered severe back ailments thanks to excessive gymming. I took to Sanatan Kriya and certain asans to stimulate sushumna nadi, and there has been no looking back,"
The yagya saw the participation of thousands of sadhaks and seekers from all over the world at various Dhyan Foundation centers. What was unique was that there was no soot throughout the duration of 45 minute yagya, in fact, the air turned fragrant.
"Yagya, through the medium of fire, purify the body and environment. Riddance from disease, glow and radiance, warding off of negativity, manifestation of thoughts are some of the benefits reported by those who have attended yagyas at Dhyan Ashram,” explained Yogi Ashwini.
The proof of the efficacy of this science lies in the manifestations of various gods and goddesses in the yagya-agni at the time of purna-ahuti in the yagyas performed at Dhyan Ashram. Original unedited pictures of manifestations are available on dhyanfoundation.com.
Dhyan Foundation is a spiritual and charitable body of volunteers, transcending the barriers of religion, geography, social status, profession, etc to live and share the authentic path of sadhna and seva under the guidance of Yogi Ashwini, in lines with the ancient Guru Shishya Parampara. Dhyan Foundation teaches vedic martial arts, science of yagya and sanatan kriya across the world on a non-commercial basis.
The article was published in Babushahi.