Dehradun, 13 May: Swami Rama Himalayan University organised a program at Doon International School (DIS) Riverside Campus on Friday.
Amongst the eminent speakers for the interactive session was Sadhvi Bhagwati Saraswati who is a spiritual leader, motivational speaker, author, and social activist based at Parmarth Niketan, Rishikesh.
Addressing the students, Dr Sadhvi Bhagwati Saraswati said that in the present times, three ‘Cs’ – Connection, Courage and Creativity are very important for the youth. And then there should be courage from that connection. Courage is necessary because when you face the problems like water, environment, global warming, climate change, many problems are in front of all of us in the present time, we need courage to face them because creativity comes from courage. If we have the courage, then we will be creative to solve the problems we are facing. It is very important to be creative and innovative in life because inspiration comes from innovation.
Sadhvi further added that when I came to India from America, Swami Chidanand Saraswati had given me a life mantra, today I am giving the same life mantra to all of you to keep yourself busy walking according to religion and Treat yourself accordingly.
Spirituality is necessary in life because by following the spiritual path we can better know, understand and live all aspects of our life. Positivity can be increased by moving forward in life with spirituality. After her address, Sadhvi also solved the curiosities of the students.
Dr Vijay Dhasmana, Chancellor of Swami Rama Himalayan University, Jolly Grant regaled the students with his incisive presentation. He spoke on ‘Creative Use of Emotions’.
Dr Dhasmana mentioned in his speech that food, sleep, sex and fear are four fundamental sources of life. Emotions arise from these sources that influence our thinking patterns. These patterns governs our actions and later become our habits. But the key lies in our hands.
Catalyst Viraaj, Life and career coach spoke on the topic ‘Discovering self’.
It was an interactive program with a Q&A round at the end of each session.
Chairman of Doon International Group of Schools, DS Mann was also present amongst others.