Tulsi Adhyatma Needam, abode of bliss and powerful cosmic energy, is located at Jain Vishva Bharati, Ladnun, Rajasthan. It is the first and the main center and a perfect place, for spiritual awakening, soul transformation, rejuvenation, relaxation & experience of the divine mystical elements! It was established in the year 1978 with the objective of teaching, development and popularization of Preksha Meditation techniques, thereby, developing a healthy and happy society free from stress and strain. It is named after the renowned spiritual guru His Holiness Acharya Tulsi. It serves as the center for learning, experimentation and practice of Preksha Meditation and helps the individuals to attain self-realization through Yogasana, Preksha meditation, Kayotsarga, (relaxation) and silence.
The lush green campus creates a serene environment for the practitioners. Set amidst the desolate deserts of Rajasthan, its infrastructure, and indeed its very soil, encourages and breeds Spiritualism, allowing peace, harmony & well-being of mankind to flourish!! With the air rich in oxygen and a campus sprawling with trees in the semi-arid desert climate, this place will take you out of space and time, move you to take spiritual rest, far away from the noise of the metropolis and its likes and dislikes. The modest natural beauty of the campus is also a shelter and home for uncountable birds, which makes the visitors evening’s air, full of birds' tales, and the mornings filled by their jubilations.
It transcends man-made barriers of nationality, race, colour and religion. Here workshops and seminars are regularly held which are not only attended by the general public but also by learned scholars, other dignitaries and foreign nationals. Regular camps are organized here in the form of ten days, four weeks and three months courses.
Tulsi Adhyatma Needam is one of the first institutions, where the system ofPreksha meditationwas not only studied in theory & practice, but also here Preksha meditation system was systematically enhanced.
Its hall was used by Acharya Mahapragyahimself, where he practiced meditation for years. Even now here one can feel his captive pious Vibes~!
Major Activities at the center
Tulsi Adhyatma Needam is the permanent training center of Preksha Meditation. Since its inception, hundreds of training camps have been organised and thousands of them have learnt the technique. Amongst them are scientists, doctors, engineers, professors, teachers, government servants and other intelligentsia, besides the general public.
Many people have been trained here as Trainer (Preksha Prashikshak). These trainers have organised meditation camps all over India and benefited thousands of people.
Special training courses for Police Department, Education Department and others have taken part in the special courses organised byTulsi Adhyatma Needam. Many of them have been benefited from these camps. Some of them were able to change their habits successfully whereas many have restored their physical health or have been relieved from mental, emotional and psychosomatic diseases. All of them have been extremely benefited in developing their spiritual faculties as well as positive attitudes and thinking.
Daily on-going meditation and yoga session.
There are quite good accommodation facilities available in the campus of Jain Vishva Bharati, for people wishing to stay for practicing Preksha Meditation. There are 3 guest houses available with both AC/ non AC accommodation. Rooms are designed to help the aspirants for their spiritual practices. Nutritious and wholesome vegetarian food helps one's body to recoup lost health and to strengthen it against diseases. Food available here is delicious without any hot spices like chillies and pepper etc. For any further details and booking please contact the number below.
There are two limits to knowledge. One set by the intellect and the other set by experience. The comprehensive way to meditation and penance is experience, and not intellectualisation. Intellectuals might...
The practice of deep breathing cleans the lungs, improves the functioning of the liver and the stomach, widens the Spinal channel and activates the electric currents passing through it. This in trun strengthens the knowledge centers in the brain.