Lucknow: On the occasion of World Mental Health Day, free meditation sessions and discussion on investment in mental health have been organized by Yogic Center. In the midst of the corona pandemic, almost everyone has experienced mental stress, anxiety, fear, loneliness, depression, isolation or some other Mental health problem. The situation has become worse for those who were suffering from mental illness before the lockdown.
They had to live in the closed four walls of their homes, the mental health problems caused by domestic violence cases around the world are a major crisis caused by this pandemic.
There has been a significant increase in the number of people attending mental meditation sessions and the importance of yoga practice for mental health problems during the pandemic.
Along with this, the demand for continuous mental practice continues. Guided Yoga and Meditation sessions have been conducted online every Thursday at 10:30 am and on Sundays through social media platforms since April 2020. Mental Health Day is celebrated every year in Yoga Institute.
The purpose of the workshop was to awaken the inner power of a person and remove the ignorance of his heart and make him aware of the vast whirlpool of will power which is automatically present in the soul of every human being but left unused. This will secure people how it will be easier for people to live in stressful environments and identify ways to manage and cope with depression, stress and anxiety by starting to invest on their mental health.
There are many perspectives and dimensions through which one can think about investing in mental health. The World Mental Health Day will begin with a meditation session organized by meditation guru Saumil Sharma. Its
After that there was also question and answer round. Coordinator Saumil Sharma said that mental health is a public health issue.
Through the process of meditation, one can strengthen the inner strength, fight with problems or stop being afraid but mental strength is needed to face them. Director Aruna Sharma said, India needs to pay more attention to mental health and there is a need to inculcate the attitude of helping people.
The Yogic Center will continue to work on issues of mental health to ensure a mentally, physically and spiritually healthy society. Today 300 people participated in the meditation session by registering online for free.