Mangaluru: Sri M. Shankaranarayanayya Charitable Trust (REGD), Smt. M. Sumathi Foundation, Kulai, Surathkal in collaboration with Hindu Vidyadayinee Sangha, Surathkal, Lions Club International, District 317-D (Region IV) and Associations of Consulting Civil Engineers (India), Mangaluru Centre held a virtual event titled ‘Mindfulness Meditation’ by Budhha CEO Quantum Foundation, Bengaluru Chandra Pulamarasetti on Tuesday March 1.
Vice Chancellor of Mangaluru University Professor Dr. P. Subrahmanya Yadapadithaya was the Chief Guest for the event.
Founder – Managing Trustee Buddha CEO Quantum Foundation Chandra Pulamarasetti was the Meditation Coach.
“I have been meditating from several years but only when meditation was scientifically connected It became super clear that, when we meditate we come in touch with our consciousness. Meditation simply is to empty the mind,’ he said.
Engaging the audience in the process of soul-searching, in a half an hour meditation session Chandra made the delegates feel their inner soul.
Vice Chancellor of Mangaluru University Professor Dr. P. Subrahmanya Yadapadithaya pleased with the meditation session said, “Mindlfulness meditation is a directive meditation”. It is not possible to experience the outcome of meditation overnight. We should experience to ‘learn to meditate by meditating’. It is through meditation we understand our super conscious mind, which helps in our emotional well being, he remarked.
The session was moderated by Former CMD IOB Dr. M. Narendra, who is also Sri M. Shankaranarayanayya and Smt. M. Sumathi Foundation Working President.
Institutions namely Hindu Vidya Sangha, Surathkal, Vidyadayinee High School, Surathkal, Vidyadayinee English Medium School (CBSE), Surathkal Govinda Dasa Pre-University College, Surathkal, Govinda Dasa College, Surathkal, Vidyadayinee Institute of Rural Development & Agricultural Training, Surathkal and Govinda Dasa College Alumni Association, Surathkal took part in the session.