04.04.2017 ►JVB NJ ►Inspiration | Vol 41 March News & Upcoming Programs

Posted: 05.04.2017

 

 

 

BHAGWAAN MAHAVEER KI VAANI

     
Khippam na sakkei vivegameum
tamha samutthaya oahaya kame
samicca loyam samaya mahesi
appanarakkhi caramappamatto

None can get discretion instantly. Thus monk desiring liberation, be awaken. In the last phase of life you will be without remissness so leave this idealness, get rid of lust and merriments. Try to know the world very well. Keep merged in equanimity and  being a guard to senses and mind without any remissness walk in the world.

 

 

 

 

 

From Acharya Mahashraman

 
  

Roj Ki Ek Salaah
Establish a hearty relationship with the person whom you make a friend. Take a promise to
comfort each other.
Regular Sessions

Preksha Meditation - By Appointment only
Tuesdays  - 7:30PM - 8:30PM - JVBNA Iselin Center


Swadhyay

Thursdays - 7:30PM  - 8:30PM - JVBNA Iselin Center


Youth Forum

3rd Friday of every month - 7PM - 9PM - JVBNA Iselin center
 

Gyanshala & Gyanshala North

Two Sundays every month - 3:30PM - 6PM - Franklin Temple Classrooms, & Englewood, NJ
 

 

 

            
Science benefits religion

Common people without hesitation say science has killed the religion. I believe that nothing else has fostered religion as science has. If science had not explode and discovered the world of the subtle modes and subtle truths then the many dogmatic philosophers would have turned more violent and that would have resulted in many more conflicts.The third eye of philosophers is not open yet and so there is constant dialogue and argument. They see only with two eyes.

Nowadays there are discoveries made everyday.They are engrossed in research. Science has presented many subtle truths before us. It has helped express many  unmanifested modes. Some beliefs that fell into the category of superstitions just a few years ago are now proven scientific facts.

Excerpts from "ANEKANTA, THE THIRD EYE" By Acharya Mahaprajna

 

 

 

JVBNA Upcoming Programs 2017 

Path of Ahimsa - Mahaveer Jayanti, Akshay Tritiya & Tribute to Gurus - Sat, May 6

Gyanshala & Youth Forum Annual Day - Sat, June 3

Annual Spiritual Family Camp - Fri-Sun, June(Dates to be decided)
International yoga day celebration  Sunday June 25

 

 

 

              

SAMANIJI'S JAPAN VISIT
 

Samani Sanmati Pragyaji and Samani Jayant Pragyaji along with the blessing of Gurudev, started their 6 days trip to Japan on March 13, 2017. On this trip, they conducted three  workshops of three hours each at  Kyoto, Osaka, and Noyoga and two workshops of five hours each in Tokyo. About 175 Japanese attended these workshops.

"Jain Sidhanth","Mahavir Jeevan Darshan", Jain Darshan, and Jain Margdarshan, Preksha Dyan, "Karmavad',"Mokshmarg" were the topics of samanjis' pravachans. In collaboration with  Preksha Association and Japanese Oki-da-Yoga center, president Mr. Sakamoto, who is a recipient of "Preksha Award" along with the vice president Masato Nakamura organized this program. Machiko translated  the English pravachans and workshops into Japanese. 

 Ms.Ila Patel of Houston also traveled with Samanijis. She took care of the needs and the requirements of Samanijis.

Everyone who attended the workshops, were impressed and benefited by the information presented. This was expressed by Mr. Sakamoto, Masato Nakamura, Machiko, Takejan and they were all grateful for getting the valuable  time of Samani Sanmati Pragyaji and Samani Jayant Pragyaji.

 

 

 


Samanjis' Swagat Samaroh
Holi Milan Celebration

 

Holi Milan was celebrated with pomp and festive colors on March 25, 2017 at Shree  Swaminaryan Temple in Somerset under the auspicious presence of Samani Sanmati Pragyaji and Samani Jayant Pragyaji. 

Masters of ceremony, Akshada Chordiya and Anshul Jain graciously welcomed JVB families to Holi Milan followed by Navkar Mantra. The president, Shilpa Bhansali,welcomed us and made an introduction of the families who have sponsored Holi Milan:'JVB Kushali group',whose members were Kamal & Shilpi Daga, Alok & Sonia Jain, Raj & Sushma Sodhia, Sunil & Supriya Bothra, Nitin & Manisha Choradia, Sanjay & Chetna Tated, Rajeev & Nitu Mohnot, Ranjeet & Alka Singhvi, Rakesh & Padmini Jain, Sharad & Madhu Bhandari. The program consisted of melodious bhajans sung by the bhajan group, various dances by children, women, and young adults  and skits by Gyanshala students of Edison and Englewood.  

Samanji Sanmati Pragyaji and Samani Jayant Pragyaji addressed the families and spoke about their experiences in India and their trip to Japan. Samniji also commended the co ordinated and well organised effort of "Khushali group "for the success of the program.

The program was followed by delicious, traditional lunch and thandai and playing with the colors.The day was enjoyed enthusiastically by all.
 

 

 

 

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