Buddha's middle path of 'prayer for peace' can pave way to a better world
Buddha's middle path can really be a way out of the urban woes and now.
New Delhi: Buddha's middle path can really be a way out of the urban woes and now, Delhiites can enter into this mystical world just by attending Prayer for Peace.
The landmark event intends to transform the city by bringing together diverse spiritual and religious leaders and their followers for a group meditation for world peace. This initiative is based on the premise that a large group of people meditating together will heal and transform the energy of the city, resulting in a better quality of life.
Practiced by millions of people in over 120 countries worldwide, it's a highly beneficial tool for gaining mental clarity, eliminating stress, improved decision making ability, better interpersonal relationships and inner peace.
"It doesn't belong to any religion or have any religious affiliation. It connects to the Supreme Power with a scientific way," said Gauri Sethi, Managing Trustee of Delhi Pranic Healing Foundation. × Sethi added, "
It has no side effects on the people and during the dengue outbreak in National Capital, Pranic Healing trainers helped the patients to recover within just 4 days."
Tehruna Marish, the convener for Prayer for Peace, said "It is an Amalgamation of Om, Ameen and Amen. Seven people meditating, it has potential to attract 7000 people." This peaceful practice is all set to take place at Thyagaraj Indoor Stadium on November 12 from 4.30pm to 6.30pm.