On second day of Chintan Shibir at Mahesana, the Chief Minister, ministers and higher officials of Gujarat practiced Yog, Pranayam and Sudarshan kriya under direction of Bangalore based Art Of Living’s Dinesh Godse.
During the day Chief Minister Narendra Modi watched various presentations with great interest.
Central Planing Commission’s Prabhari of Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand Dr. Saumitra Chaudhary gave presentation on twelve five-year plan’s priorities and status. He welcomed Gujarat’s initiative to set up Solar energy park. He emphasized on need of increasing nuclear power generation capacity, and production of natural oil and gas.
In question-answer round minister Shri Nitin Patel suggested that obstruction against Narmada project should be cleared and Planning Commission help to see that the project is declared project of national importance.
Pujya Shri Shri Ravishankar gave a discourse on perfect life management for better governance.
Shri Shri noted that our nation is taking lead in wheat, paddy and fruit production. Gujarat is far ahead in agriculture. The unseen energy runs the entire universe. He asked to be the witness of the event. He also stressed on the need to reduce our requirement.
Shri Shri said that our positive vibration have a great impact on the surrounding – water, trees and the entire environment. You are the master of your need and it is possible control your needs through yoga, pranayam and meditation, he said.
He asserted for having a dialogue with ourselves. He gave insightful tip on how to build a team. He noted that whatever we do by the force of intuition, always leads to success. He describes the formula of 3-C: Context, Commitment and Compassion.
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