Dadi Janki, Dr. Pranav Pandya and Swami Nithyananda to bring the message of CELEBRATING WELLNESS to Delhi
Life Positive magazine, India’s first and finest body-mind-spirit magazine, has announced the Life Positive Expo 2008, a unique body-mind-spirit festival being held during October 31 – November 2 at Federation House, FICCI, Tansen Marg, New Delhi. In view of the global financial crisis, and the unprecedented stress and anxieties of our times, the theme of the Expo is CELEBRATING WELLNESS and it presents an excellent opportunity to examine the many options available in India today for well-being of the body, mind and spirit.
The Expo offers a perfect platform to the participants to help them deal with the stress of day to day existence and answer numerous unasked questions about success, relationships, communication through 12 enlightening and interactive workshops by experts from different walks of life. It aims to imbibe hope, optimism and positive energy in every individual participant. Even for the spiritually evolved participant, the experience at the Expo could be the step to level next.
Speaking at a press conference held to announce the Life Positive Expo, Mr. Aditya Ahluwalia, Chairman of Life Positive magazine, said, “Delegates come from all over India for the Expo, drawn by the Life Positive commitment to quality and credibility.” He added, “The Expo is a zone of positive energy, a space of energy, optimism and possibilities, where amazing transformations happen.”
The Expo will showcase the brightest minds in body-mind-spirit wisdom. Twelve of India’s best and most reputed trainers will hold half-day workshops at the Expo. Among them are Arindam Choudhury, one of India’s most respected management minds, Dr Newton Kondaveti, one of India’s foremost past-life therapists, Jiten Bhatt, one of the leading authorities on pyramid power, Blossom Kocchar, India’s pioneer aromatherapist, Sri Samadarshini, director of Oneness University, and several others.
In addition, each evening will culminate in a discourse by three of the most revered spiritual teachers of our times. Dadi Janki, the spiritual head of the Brahma Kumaris will speak on the subject of Truth on October 31, Dr Pranav Pandya, the spiritual head of the well-known Gayatri Parivar will speak on November 1, and the young and dynamic Swami Nithyananda, founder of the Bangalore-based Dhyanapeetam, will hold a discourse on the 2nd.
The Life Positive Expo will also have an exhibition area where visitors can discover a range of products and services to help them achieve well-being of their bodies and minds. The visitors can also enjoy three days of fellowship with fellow seekers.
Suma Varughese, Editor-in-Chief of Life Positive, affirmed that during these troubled times, “Life Positive, and by extension, the Expo, can show the way forward towards a happier, healthier and more harmonious life.”
The organisers also announced their plan to launch a book, Teaching Stories, a compilation of the stories that appear in the magazine, at the inaugural ceremony, presided by Dadi Janki, spiritual head of the Brahma Kumaris.
The Expo is held under the aegis of Life Positive Foundation, a not-for-profit trust which is the activity wing of Life Positive. The mission of the Foundation is to help increase awareness of a spiritual outlook in society. The Foundation also announced that it has tied up with Jamghat, an organisation that looks after the welfare of street children through holistic measures such as increasing their confidence and self-esteem.