Join us on the 21st of June 2017 to experience Heartfulness Meditation and to connect with others all over the World as we celebrate International Yoga Day. Heartfulness is a simple and effective daily practice of meditation which has its roots in the ancient system of Raja Yoga. It is offered free and is open to all.
Daajii's message on International day of Yoga. Experience the real meaning and essence of Yoga.
About Heartfulness Meditation
Heartfulness offers simple, effective practices, including relaxation, heart-based meditation, cleaning of the mind, and inner connection with your own source. These practices will deepen any other yoga or spiritual practice. Heartfulness practices are free of charge. They are offered to you in the comfort of your home, in a group at work, in schools, universities, government organizations, corporates, villages and community centers. For some insight into International Day of Yoga, we invite you to view this article featured in the Huffington Post.
Kamlesh D. Patel, affectionately known as Daaji, is the Global Guide of Heartfulness. He was born in Gujarat, India. From his youth, he was interested in meditation and met his Guide, Shri Ram Chandra of Shahjahanpur (Babuji), the founder and first President of Shri Ram Chandra Mission (SRCM), during his college days. Kamlesh continued his meditation journey under the loving guidance of Parthasarathi Rajagopalachari (Chariji), the second President of SRCM. He is now teaching and sharing Heartfulness Meditation to seekers globally as the third President of the SRCM, a registered charity.
An inspiration, and a living role model for anyone interested in self-development, yoga and meditation, Daaji eloquently expresses how it is possible for all human beings to evolve and to expand their consciousness to the highest. Having studied, lived and worked in the West and East, he embodies the perfect blend of the Eastern heart and Western mind, and has an instinctive capacity to connect with people from all walks of life, backgrounds and nationalities.
Yoga – a sense of connection
Human connection: we all need a sense of connection and we all long for it, consciously or unconsciously.
In our times of technological mastery, we wake up each morning, turn on our phones, open the laptop to see what important messages have arrived for us today. It can be very difficult to ‘switch off’, to be in the moment and to enjoy our lives.
Given all the distractions and pressures in life, it is no surprise that stress-related illnesses are on the increase. However yoga and meditation can provide simple and effective solutions to help improve our physical, mental and emotional well being. The simplicity of Heartfulness is what most people enjoy about it. We can just relax, sit comfortably and gently connect our minds to our hearts. In time, this helps us to develop a happier, calmer state of being, and a better relationship with everyone and everything in our lives.
Yoga, in the deeper sense of the word, means ‘union’. Through yoga and meditation there is a wonderful possibility to discover the best we have within ourselves and, in turn, the best in everyone we meet in life.
This year on the UN International Day of Yoga, we invite everyone to explore all the possibilities which yoga and meditation offer.
Happy International Day of Yoga 2017!