JVB New Jersey - The Scope Of Preksha Meditation Is Becoming More Divers

Posted: 21.07.2004
Updated on: 28.04.2009

Preksha Meditation at CareOne at Highlands, Edison, NJ

The scope of Preksha Meditation is becoming more diverse. Many organizations are approaching JVBNA (Jain Vishva Bharati North America) and requesting it to organize a program of Preksha Meditation at their premises.
One of such facilities is CareOne at Highlands, a senior care center in Edison, New Jersey. The Samanijis went there once a week in the month of May. Samani Mangal Pragyaji taught them how to lead a happy and peaceful life through positive thinking and how they can enjoy their old age. She explained that through the practice of Preksha Medititation one could change his attitude and behavior. Sessions of Preksha Meditation, relaxation and yoga were held. The participants joined them with enthusiasm. At the end of the training, the director of CareOne at Highlands presented a letter of appreciation to the Samanijis.

Preksha Meditation and Yoga at YMCA, Edison, NJ

The Samanijis have been conducting Preksha Meditation sessions and Yoga classes every Tuesday at YMCA facility on Oak Tree Road in Edison, NJ. The session has been well attended and appreciated by members and non-members of the YMCA. The fitness director of the YMCA has presented a letter of appreciation to Samanijis.

Science of Living’ at Kennedy Park School, Iselin, NJ

A one-month training program of 'Science of Living' was held for students of the Kennedy Park Elementary School in Iselin, New Jersey. Dr. Mansfield, the principal of the Kennedy Park School, took keen interest and spearheaded the effort of arranging the whole program. 32 students and 4 teachers participated in the weekly session held after school. All participants highly benefited from the 1-hour class given by Samani Mangal Pragyaji. This is evident from the appreciation shown by the teachers and students in a hand written wall size poster presented the Samanijis at the end of the session

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