Ahimsa Yatra : Ludhiyana (1)

Published: 01.05.2006
Updated: 02.07.2015

Ludhiyana, 01.05.2006

Along with intellectual development, there should be spiritual development in students. When H.H. Acharya Mahaprajna arrived at Kundan Vidya Mandir, in his sermon he told the students and teachers that there are three tenses of time, past, present and future. We live in the presence and when we have development, we will get its fruit in the future. This is important. When a person has no awareness of the importance of the present in this regard, his future will not be pleasant. To lead a better life in future, a person has to be developed. He who knows the art of living can lead a happy life.

The problem on the education field is that no work is done on the consciousness level. There are emotional ups and downs in a student. Emotional and intellectual consciousness, both have to be developed. When the students do not know how to control their emotions, it is difficult for them to have peace in their life. It is necessary to impart the training of Science of Living (Jeevan Vigyan) to the students along with the education so that they may have orientation how to control their emotions.

In the end of the function, the principal of the school, Mr. S. C. Saxsena expressed his gratitude towards Acharya Mahaprajna for visiting the school and giving guidance to the teachers. He will try to bring about Jeevan Vigyan courses in his school.

Ludhiyana, 02.05.2006

In the courtyard of Jinendra Bhawan in Atma Nagar Acharyashree said in his daily sermon that religious people think of the soul and their whole attention is fixed on it, but his experience is that they should first have attention on the body. “Our body is like a boat, when there is a hole, it sinks down. The person, who does not have a hole in his body boat, crosses the world ocean easily.

There are many mysteries in the human body. When there are holes like Kashya, (greed) and other activities of the mind in the body, it becomes difficult for the person to cross the world ocean. Therefore, it is necessary that one should be aware that there is no hole in the body boat. To get control over the body is a great practice. Attempts have been made to search the mysteries of the body through Preksha Meditation Techniques by which the training is given to make the body strong.

Mind, speech and body have got their importance. A man should have control over his mind. By activities the body gets shape, one should understand the mysteries of the body and the mind. Without understanding the mysteries of mind, we do not get the solution of the problems. In the human body, chemicals and proteins are produced. The chemicals have direct influence on the mind. Because of them, a man can suddenly get into bad thoughts and turn into a negative attitude.

Neurotransmitters bring effect von man's behaviour. Therefore, it is necessary to understand the chemicals of the body. The centres in the body are called Chakras in Hatha Yoga and Psychic Centres in Jain Yoga. When Lord Mahavira meditated, he used to put his attention at the tip of the nose.

In Jain philosophy, first importance is given to Right Thinking. The man who has Right Thinking has wide perception; so he does not get entangled into trifle things. One should have a wide angle of thinking and never have limited thinking. There should be wide angle in thinking in the human body boat. After that, Right Knowledge and Right Character should be developed. The mind attached with activity is Bhav Kriya; for that training is necessary.

Many people have the wrong notion that Jain religion is very difficult to follow, as they think, the body is tortured and neglected. However, in Jainism, torture of the body is violence, and those who advocate non-violence, how can they talk of violence? The main aim is to do spiritual practices. If during this, any pain comes in the way, it should be borne with tolerance.”

Ludhiyana, 03.05.2006

An auspicious Diksha Function took place in the presence of His Holiness Acharya Mahaprajna Saheb - founder of Ahimsa Yatra. Three ladies vowed for Diksha and started their journey from Samsara to Moksha.

Sadhvi Diksha was bestowed to Santosh Ben of Badnikala, while Saman Diksha was bestowed to Purnima Ben of Pilibanga and Vinita Ben of Sardar Shahar. Many people had gathered to witness this auspicious Diksha Function. Upadhayaya Shri Ravindraji, Sadhvi Suyogshri including other Sadhus and Sadhvis expressed their thoughts on Diksha.

Speaking on the importance of Saman Shreni Diksha, founded by His Holiness Acharya Tulsi, His Holiness Acharya Mahaprajna told that the commandments of Lord Mahavira are most precious for the world at large. His Holiness Acharya Tulsi started Saman Shreni to ensure that these commandments reach the people at large. Saman Shreni is one type of Sadhu Shreni, but there is an exemption of using a transportation vehicle. In the 21 st century, there is a huge demand of Saman Shreni and the requests for the same are coming in large quantity across the globe. Addition of 2 Samanis has increased the strength to 110 Samanis who are spreading the message and acts of peace and non-violence across the globe.

At the time of bestowing Diksha, His Holiness Acharya Mahaprajna Saheb advised them to preserve the messages of Lord Mahavira along with exercising restraint on speech and behaviour in daily life. Moreover, he advised them on discipline citing that one must observe discipline, devotion and obedience of Guru Agya in this materialistic and selfish world.

On bestowal of Diksha, Yuvacharya Shri Mahashraman told that a saint is a person in whose life there is peace and calmness. Therefore, the newly bestowed Sadhus and Samanis should try to develop ways for peace management of the world.

A prominent socialist, Hiralal Jain, expressed his good wishes by saying that on this auspicious day these Dikshit ladies will begin to work for the well being of their soul from Atmanagar. On this day, we have the presence of His Holiness Acharya Mahaprajna Saheb who carries impact of no sect of Jainism. He also declared the donation of Rs. 2 Lakhs to Parmarthik Educational Organisation. Dr. Shanta Jain, Kanhaiyalal Chhajed, Sohanlal Tater introduced about Parmarthik Educational Organisation of Sadhvishrees and Samanijis.

On this occasion, there was a presence of Hiralal Jain, Premraj Bamboli and Ratanlal Jain, the acting chairman of Punjab State Terapanthi Sabha, Bansilal Surana, Raghuvirchand Thanedar, Ajay Jain, Pankaj Jain, Abhayraj Sindhi, Kamal Naulalkha, Sanjay Jain and all the prominent members of Punjab State.


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  1. Acharya
  2. Acharya Mahaprajna
  3. Acharya Tulsi
  4. Ahimsa
  5. Ahimsa Yatra
  6. Atma
  7. Bhawan
  8. Body
  9. Chakras
  10. Consciousness
  11. Diksha
  12. Discipline
  13. Greed
  14. Guru
  15. Hatha Yoga
  16. Jain Philosophy
  17. Jain Yoga
  18. Jainism
  19. Jeevan Vigyan
  20. Jinendra
  21. Kanhaiyalal Jain
  22. Kashya
  23. Kriya
  24. Mahashraman
  25. Mandir
  26. Meditation
  27. Moksha
  28. Non-violence
  29. Pankaj Jain
  30. Pilibanga
  31. Preksha
  32. Preksha Meditation
  33. Psychic Centres
  34. Punjab
  35. Sabha
  36. Sadhu
  37. Sadhus
  38. Sadhvi
  39. Sadhvis
  40. Saman
  41. Samanis
  42. Samsara
  43. Sanjay Jain
  44. Science
  45. Science Of Living
  46. Soul
  47. Terapanthi
  48. The Mysteries Of Mind
  49. Tolerance
  50. Tulsi
  51. Vidya
  52. Violence
  53. Yoga
  54. Yuvacharya
  55. Yuvacharya Shri Mahashraman
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