Reverence To Mother Earth and Women for Nation-Building should be our focus says Daaji
NAGPUR: Guide of Heartfulness Shri Kamlesh Patel (Daaji) addressed RSS (Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh) at Nagpur sharing his powerful thoughts on nation-building, gaining the true perspective of diversity in India, her role to ‘help the human rediscover humanity’, and the means of ‘creating unity in the individual.’ Besides Daaji, the event was also presided over by Shri Mohan Bhagwat ji – Sarsangchalak of RSS. Around thousand participants joined the Third Year Officers’ Training Camp (OTC) or the Sangh Shiksha Varg of RSS which concluded today in Nagpur.
The third-year camp, also now called the Sangh Shiksha Varg, was started by RSS founder K B Hedgewar in 1927. It is one of the two most important annual RSS events. It was the second RSS Sarsanghchalak, M S Golwalkar, who renamed the Officer’s Training Camp Sangh Shiksha Varg. The annual camp is generally held on the Smruti Mandir premises at the RSS headquarters in Nagpur. It is mandatory for every trainer to have been trained up to the third year themselves. The camps are meant for the age groups 18-45. Those aged above 45 are trained in special camps.
During his Nagpur visit, Daaji threw light on his beginnings at the Arya Samaj Gurukul where he would begin his mornings with the ‘Shanti path’ and under the tutelage of his guru draw his inspirations for nation-building and building the Self. In referring to India as an epitome of ‘unity in diversity, he touched upon first trying to understand what diversity means and gaining a perspective of what Reality is. “Any system that is not maintained, not given attention, will tend towards disorder. The same holds true for how the diversity of thoughts arose and we lost the essence of this fundamental perception. To understand unity, we need to appreciate that diversity is part of the whole. If we look at Yoga, in its essence, it is nothing but unity – the union of these parts within ourselves and with our Highest Self. Yoga teaches us that unless and until you are – swasthya – settled within yourself, settled in the steadiness of the heart – you will continue to fluctuate in responding to life’s situations,” said Daaji.
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