"Living values produces greatness and gives significance to human life". In present times human life drifts without direction and meaning to certain degree. Over the last eight decades the Bramhakumari Ishwariya Vishwa Vidyalaya (A World Spiritual University) has been working to uplift the society with these living values. The inspiration behind this is the love and benevolence of God (the Supreme Being).
As a part of the ongoing Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsava, the doctors of Guwahati were invited to the Rupnagar branch of the Bramhakumari Ishwariya Vishwa Vidyalaya (its headquarters in the Northeast) where Bramhakumari Sister Shivani addressed the doctors on the topic "WELLNESS QUOTIENT". The program started with the lighting of the auspicious lamp in the presence of senior doctors, Dr Harsha Bhatta (Trustee of Sri Shankardeve Netralaya), Dr Mihir Barua (MD, Nemcare Hospital), Dr NN Bora (MD of DownTown Hospital) and a few more.
Addressing the doctors, Sister Shivani said that with advancement of technology, a cure (or a health solution) has come up for every major illness even like cancer. The skill and expertise have improved so much that majority of the illness gets treated, but in the current scenario, the people who visit the doctors, are not only the ones who are physically ill but also disturbed mentally. She said that the first job of the doctors should be in calming down the restless and impatient minds of the patients and then the treatment and medicines will initiate a better action. The positive vibration and the mental support which the doctors give to the patients will give rise to faith and this faith will accelerate the process of healing. On the other hand a doubt (or a disturbed mind) will slow down the healing process.
There are three health namely physical health, mental health and emotional health (through which most of the patients go through). She said that since there is no designated doctor for emotional health, the doctors should make their minds so strong so that they can radiate positive vibrations of peace and love to their patients which in turn will speed up the recovery of the patient. she added that when a person is not emotionally fine, the physical health will take time to improve, complications will increase and even the best medicines won't show results. On the contrary, the patients who have a positive and a powerful mind will defeat any kind of health issues. The medical predictions are not accurate every time.
Sister Shivani added that these days, there is another very dangerous thing which many of us go through is VIBRATIONAL INFECTION, which is unseen and dangerous.Sister Shivani added that at present, there is another very dangerous aspect which many of us go through. It is VIBRATIONAL INFECTION, which is unseen and dangerous. It is said that doctors should radiate so much positive energy so that they can also cure the minds and body of the patients and in order to do this practice it is necessary for the doctors to be emotionally powerful. She said that self-care is very necessary to be taken up by the doctors. In this context, self-care means practicing meditation to cool the mind and take powers from the almighty authority (God).
She added that as doctors are considered to be the ambassadors of health, so it is extremely important for the doctors to be EASY along with being BUSY. It was added that low vibration words or emotions like stress, anger, and irritation cannot bring good results. Practising this principle, many hospitals in Mumbai and Delhi have now been turned into NO-ANGER ZONES.
While concluding her speech, she said that our emotional diet also plays an important role in making us healthy. So in order to practice that, we should restrict the content consumption which we take through social media, TV or any other sources. A practice of staying disconnected from negative media content is encouraged for a healthy mind.
Sister Shivani is a Rajyoga meditation teacher who has been practising Rajyoga for the past 25 years as taught by the Bramhakumari Ishwariya Vishwa Vidyalaya. She has completed her electronics engineering degree as a gold medalist from Pune University and then served as a lecturer for two years in Bharatiya Vidyapeeth College of Engineering. Since 2007, she has been on-screen on the TV programme "AWAKENING WITH BRAHMA KUMARIS" where she presents practical and spiritual answers to everyday problems.
For her excellence in empowering spiritual consciousness, Sister Shivani was awarded The "Women of the Decade" and has been appointed as the goodwill ambassador at the World Psychiatric Association in 2017. In 2019, Sister Shivani received the prestigious Nari Shakti award from the President of India for her role in transforming lives.