DO YOU KNOW ABOUT YOUR REAL ENEMIES AND FRIENDS?

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enemies and friends

Every human being has enemies inside who stop him from moving forward. They are laziness (आलस्य) and negligence (लापरवाही). They are like our close blood relations whom we can not leave because we are tied together by birth.
Laziness always pushes you back and negligence will make your careless. If we can free ourselves from these two close enemies then we can start growing and move forward. We are all in the clutches of negligence and laziness.
How many of us get up early in the morning and shirk off all laziness and welcome the morning? Who can say “what a beautiful loving day!”?
Unless we have a strong determination we can not get rid of these two blood relations. Try to realize your own mistake instead of criticizing others. We have to fix up our goal and strive for that.
We learn more by interaction with people, with nature and not through books. If you start living with awareness you can get rid of laziness and negligence.
Secondly you have to visualize the goal and use your power of imagination to achieve the goal. If you want to get up in the morning, imagine that you did get up in the morning and did Yoga, Pranayam and Exercise and started the day with a good thought.
Mostly we fix up our goal. But to achieve that goal what efforts should we make, that we don’t visualize. Actually, we should feel that action. As for example, we think of being a good actor, like a hero, but what efforts should we make to become a hero that neither we imagine nor we practice.
We can guide ourselves by increasing our inner strength and imaginative power. We don’t need any ‘Guru’ to show us the right path. I don’t think our Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi got enough opportunities or Dr. Abdul Kalam got lot of facilities, but I do believe that their beautiful imaginative power became their Guru (गुरु) or the guiding light.
Don’t go on listening to big things. Try to put a small thought in your mind and make efforts according to that. Life then changes. Life is meant to give. Life should have some commitment. You have to live a worthy life. If you only eat, drink and make merry and pass days then it’s a meaningless life.
We live for petty things and have a lot of ego in us. This ego is our biggest enemy (महिषासुर) which stops us from bowing down our head and surrendering to God.
That’s why we should pray, fold our hands so that we get power to kill these enemies like laziness, negligence, inflated ego etc.
By meditation we can get this power and inner strength and awareness and go on striving for perfection. We should not lose hope and should go on trying (प्रयास). That’s why Chandragupta and Ashoka became achievers. They never lost their (हिम्मत) courage “जिन्होने हार को हराया है”।
Feel the you are courageous. You can also do something. You can be different from the crowd. You can wake up and make this world a better place to live in.

Prof. Sanjay Biyani.
Director (Acad).
(Thoughts delivered in Assembly held on 11th Feb. 2016.)

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THY WILL BE DONE

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If you write a list of problems prevailing in our society you will find there are more evil than good things, more negativity, more negative quantum than positivity. But how can we solve this problem?
This can be done by your goodness, by spreading positive vibration around you. Like, 101 children of Dhritrasthra there are 101 evils in the society but there are still 5 Pandavas or 5 good things along with that in this world that can overpower the evil and do good to the society.

These 5 qualities can overcome all evil in the world. What are these 5 qualities of 5 Pandavas? Let me tell you :
1. Yudhisthira means being selfless and righteous (निष्काम)
2. Bhima means courageous (साहस)
3. Arjuna means knowledgeable (विचारशील)
4. Nakula means positivity
5. Shahdeva means to do work transparently.

So, in life if there are lot of problems we can still solve or tackle all these problems by imbibing these 5 qualities in ourselves with our wisdom. Along with these 5 qualities we need a helping hand of God. We need to surrender to His will. Surrendering means you should completely kill your ego. Sometimes our intelligence stops us from surrendering.

Prayer gives you the strength to surrender. So pray, pray whether for a reason or without reason. Have faith in God. To develop these five qualities and power we should pray a lot everyday. We can develop the following five qualities –
1. Quality of action without expectation
2. Quality of courage
3. Quality of thoughtfulness
4. Quality of action without any desire
5. Quality of effortlessness

Along with these five qualities if we get power from God through prayer we can settle all the problems of life.
Be a child and try to grow every moment. During exams try to invest 15-20 minutes everyday in focusing and concentrating. Mind is very powerful and acts as a converter. It converts information to action through our brain.
If ignorance is in the brain then it will bring negativity. If knowledge is in the brain then it will bring positivity. So give a good vibration to the upper part of the brain where there is memory, and feel the power of knowledge. Think we are empowering our brain through blue colour energy and chant the mantra ‘OM’ in the right manner.

Prof. Sanjay Biyani.
Director (Acad).
(Thoughts delivered in Assembly held on 4th Feb. 2016.)

To know more about Prof. Sanjay Biyani visit www.sanjaybiyani.com

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THE WORLD IS MY BIG FAMILY : ONENESS

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We now have the knowledge about the seven chakras. Finally we will get the knowledge of the last chakra, the seventh chakra which is called crown/sahasrara chakra. It is at the top of our head. Its colour is violet and element is thought/will.
It energizes the upper brain and its gland is pineal. This chakra regulates central nervous system. Its quality is oneness . It creates a sense of belongingness. I belong to you and you all belong to me. We are an integral part of the universe. If we can activate this chakra we can get completeness and be free from all attachments.

We can do work with a feeling of detachment yet have a sense of complete devotion and duty. It leads to God’s realisation.

Let us again recollect from the beginning –
1. The first chakra is root chakra and its element is earth and colour is red.
2. 2nd Chakra is Svadisthana Chakra whose element is water and colour is red.
3. 3rd Chakra is Solar plexus/Manipur Chakra whose element is fire and colour is yellow.
4. 4th Chakra is Heart/Anahata chakra whose element is air and colour is green.
5. Above this 5th chakra is Throat/Vishuddha chakra whose element is akasha and colour is sky blue.
6. Yesterday we learnt 6th chakra which is Agna Chakra and its element is light and colour is indigo (dark blue).
7. Finally we will try to focus at the top of our head at crown chakra whose element is thought and colour is violet.

Actually we are all bundle of thoughts. “A man is what he thinks”. “As you think so you will be” Let us now activate our pineal gland, our central nervouos system and concentrate on violet colour.
Focus at the crown part. Take a deep breadth and chant the mantra ‘OM’ and energize each part with a knowledge of correct colour of energy. Feel the vibration through out your body . It seems peace is descending through the spinal cord from head to toe.

Now we can do work with proper inspiration, consciousness and get rid of confusion, depression, negative attitude.

CROWN/SAHASRARA CHAKRA
Colour : Violet
Element : Thought /Will
Functions : Vitalizes the upper brain (crebrum)
Glands / Organs : Pineal, cerebreal cortex, central nervous system, right eye
Qualities : oneness with the infinite, spiritual will inspiration, consciousness
Negative Qualities : Lack of inspiration, confusion, depression, alienation, senility.

Prof. Sanjay Biyani.
Director (Acad).
(Thoughts delivered in Assembly held on 3rd Feb. 2016.)

To know more about Prof. Sanjay Biyani visit www.sanjaybiyani.com

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HOW TO BROADEN YOUR VISION

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By clapping we can energize our whole body and all chakras get activated. In our brain there there is a beautiful chip which is connected with the pituitary gland. Our spinal cord is connected with all seven chakras. Let us revise previous knowledge because repetition makes our knowledge permanent.

As I had mentioned earlier that at the lowest end of the spinal cord is –

1. The base chakra / root chakra whose colour is red and element is earth
Functions : Physical body, life force (stability, patience, health) and to work with continuous enthusiasm.

2. Just above it is Svadisthana Chakra whose colour is orange and element is water.
Functions : Giving and receiving emotions, desire, pleasure, tolerance.

3. Above it is Manipur Chakra whose colour is yellow and element is fire.
Functions : Nervous system, will power, awakening power.

4. Next above this comes Hearth/Anahata Chakra whose colour is green and element is air.
Functions : Energizes the blood and the body with life force, blood circulation, develops, divine love, compassion, contentment.

5. Above this is Throat/Vishudda Chakra which is sky blue in colour and element is Akasha/Ether.
Functions : Power of the speech, sound, wisdom, gentleness, kindness.

Today we will learn about the 6th chakra which is Agna Chakra situated between the eyebrows. Its colour is indigo (dark blue) and element is light. Its qualities are self realisation, concentration and its gland is pituitary gland. It gives you correct vision and awareness. You can develop intuitive power and wisdom which is like the third eye or knowledge eye.
Now let us activate the Agna chakra. Focus at the centre of your eyebrow and chant the powerful ‘OM’ mantra.
Feel the peace and observe that only you can bring peace to yourself. Nobody can do this work for you. Nothing is impossible for you. Feel you are really very powerful. You have to find out the purpose of your life and try to achieve your goal. Also, go on giving what you receive. The more you give the more you get.
BROW/AGNA CHAKRA
Color : Indigo (Dark blue)
Element : Light
Functions: Vitalizes the lower brain (cerebelum) and central nervous system, vision
Glands/Organs : pituitary gland, left eye, nose, ears
Qualities : Soul realization, intuition, clairvoyance, concentration, peace of mind, wisdom, devotion.
Negative Qualities : Lack of concentration, fear, headaches, eye prob, detached from the world.

Prof. Sanjay Biyani.
Director (Acad).
(Thoughts delivered in Assembly held on 2nd Feb. 2016.)

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BE QUIET AND FEEL THE SILENCE

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Today let us learn about the fifth chakra which is placed at our throat area and is sky blue in colour and its element is akasha/ehter. It affects the thyroid gland, throat and mouth area.
Due to some disorder in this gland we get tension, worry, depression etc. Actually we can define tension as misuse of our intelligence. We go on thinking about a lot of unnecessary things at the same time which creates tension.
During exam children face maximum tension. Its root cause is to think a lot of things at the same time. We know everything is not in our hand, though we are doing planning and lot of preparation before hand. We can hope for the best result but cannot keep a desire for it because desire makes us restless. It disturbs our inner peace. Peace gives us a lot of energy. Knowledge comes from peace. Peace comes from silence. Actually all senses, common sense etc. comes from silence. “If speech is silver, silence is golden”. As is the management so will be the arrangement. जैसी अवस्था वैसी व्यवस्था। जैसा संग वैसा रंग। ‘A man is known by the company he keeps.
So to balance any disturbance let us activate our throat chakra. We can energize this chakra to get more peace which helps us to take proper decision. Focus on your throat part and concentrate on sky blue colour and chant the mantra ‘OM’ with deep breadth and proper rhythm.
We should be able to use knowledge in the right manner and should not misuse that. Actually, if you do not experience or practice knowledge, that is a misuse of knowledge. When we experience knowledge and use it properly in daily life then it becomes wisdom.
“Knowledge shows the path, wisdom lightens the path” Be knowledgeable as well as wise.
THROAT/VISHUDDA CHAKRA
Colour : Sky blue
Element : Akasha / ether
Functions : Speech, sound, vibration, communication
Glands / Organs : Thyroid, hypothalamus, throat, mouth
Qualities : Power of the spoken word, true communication, creative expression in speech, writing and the arts, peace truth knowledge, wisdom, loyalty, honesty, reliability, gentleness, kindness.
Negative Qualities : Speech problems, ignorance, depression, thyroid problems

Prof. Sanjay Biyani.
Director (Acad).
(Thoughts delivered in Assembly held on 1st Feb. 2016.)

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Moving towards Perfection

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Let us move towards perfection. Let us become a better person. Next moment only think we are becoming better and better day by day and try to be better than the best.
For this we need to have a purpose in life and we should have knowledge. Let us know the seven colors of energy and try to understand how Goddess Durga is so powerful. With knowledge you can become a leader one day. Leader has got something extra than the followers and that extra thing is knowledge. Be open minded and welcome new knowledge. Knowledge becomes permanent with visualization. That is why audio visual memory is so perfect and permanent. So be knowledgeable.
Let us recollect and visualize the first lowest chakra which is placed at the end of the spinal cord. This is red in colour. Its element is earth. Its purpose is enthusiasm. Earth has lot of creativity and we should salute our mother earth daily in the morning.
A little above this is the second chakra which is called Svadisthana chakra.Its colour is orange and its element is water.Its purpose is to make you pure like a child and become more loving and giving.
Above this chakra is the third chakra which is called Solar plexus or Monipur chakra.It is yellow in colour. Its element is fire and its purpose is to bring will power and awareness.
Today we will try to focus a little above the third chakra which is called as Heart or Anahata chakra. Its colour is green and its element is air.
By concentrating on this chakra we will live with a big purpose. Purpose plays a very important role in guiding our activities. For example, a thief weighing 100 kgs. runs after committing a crime and a policeman weighing 50 kgs. runs after him to catch him. Who will win the race? It will be the thief as he has a bigger purpose. He has to save himself from being caught. Hence, purpose is the biggest driving force in our life. It will generate compassion and divine love in us. You will feel as if everyone belongs to you. This world is like a big family,”Vasudhara Kutumbakam”.
Try to meditate and focus on your heart. We will now try to energize the fourth chakra by taking deep breadth and chanting “Om” in the right manner .Feel the vibration of “Om”. Think all positivity (energy) is coming in and exhale all negativity (irritation, anger, jealousy, hatred). We are cleaning our heart and becoming purer and more compassionate.
Sometimes you may not be perfect in the first trial. Like, while learning cycling you may fall many times but that doesn’t mean you should stop learning to cycle. By regular practice you will be able to do cycling perfectly one day. Like that, we can go on focusing and concentrating on these ‘chakras’. We can try to be a better person.
Heart/Anahata Chakra
Colour :Green.
Element : Air.
Functions: Anchors the life force with higher self, energizes the blood and the body with life force, blood circulation.
Glands/organs; Heart, thymas gland, circulatory system, arms, hands, lungs.
Qualities: Divine love, compassion, forgiveness, peace, harmony, contentment.
Negative Qualities: Repression of love, emotional instability, out of balance, heart and circulation problems.

Prof. Sanjay Biyani.
Director (Acad).
(Thoughts delivered in Assembly held on 30th Jan. 2016.)

To know more about Prof. Sanjay Biyani visit www.sanjaybiyani.com

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MANAGEMENT IS NOTHING BUT BALANCING

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We have already learnt how to activate Root/Base/Muladhara chakra which is red in colour and represents the earth element. By activating this chakra, which is situated at the lowest end of the spinal cord we get success, confidence, passion, courage, patience, stability, security, health etc.
Next comes the 2nd lowest chakra, Svadisthana Chakra, which is orange in colour and represents water element. By activating this chakra we get tolerance.
Now the third chakra above Svadisthana Chakra is solar plexus/Manipur chakra, which is represented by yellow colour and its element is fire. Fire can do good things like helping to cook food. It can burn and destroy good things also. Our anger is also like fire. We can use our anger to motivate and inspire people but it can also create tension, threat, fear etc.
By activating this chakra we can improve our will power, control our anger, get energy and act with awareness. This helps us to balance our feeling. Management is nothing but balancing.
Now please focus and direct your energy to the abdomen part. This is where Manipur chakra is. It is yellow in colour. Try to activate it with the powerful chant of ‘OM’ mantra.
This will make you free from tension. You can do work without the expectation of result as well as with passion and with a mission. This will help you to do work with lot of positive energy. Good energy gives you good feelings. Be good and do good.
SOLAR PLEXUS / MANIPURA CHAKRA
Color : Yellow
Element : Fire
Functions : Nervous system, digestive processes, metabolism, emotions
Glands / Organs : Pancreas, stomach, liver gallbladder, nervous system, muscles
Qualitities : Will, personal power, energy, awakening, humor laughter
Negative Qualities : Anger, fear, hate, power crazy and recognition

Prof. Sanjay Biyani.
Director (Acad).
(Thoughts delivered in Assembly held on 28th Jan. 2016.)

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LIVE IN ENTHUSIASM

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Already you have the knowledge of root chakra which is at the base of our spinal cord. That is why it is also called base chakra and is related to earth element. Earth is also taken as base. It is denoted by red colour.
Second last chakra, just a little above root chakra is named as Svadisthana Chakra which is related to water element. Water is just above the earth. This chakra is denoted by orange colour.
As you know we have tremendous mental power. When you focus your mind on any part of your body then that part becomes activated.
As root chakra is activated we get energy/enthusiasm (Josh) and when Svadisthana Chakra is activated we get creative and can do work with lot of enthusiasm.
Sometimes you can keep your enthusiasm high by doing work with the right spirit and hope. You also feel like keeping your energy high so that you can go on doing good work always.
Take the example of Maharana Pratap, whose spirit was high even in adverse situation. Let us also bring lot of creativity in our life. Let us try to activate Svadisthana Chakra by concentrating on its red colour and chanting ‘OM’ taking deep breadths. Like this we can energize our 2nd lowest chakra which is also connected with our bladder system. This is a very simple process to keep us healthy.
Whichever part of our body is not perfectly healthy, we can send energy to that part and we can get rid of our health problem without consulting doctors or taking medicines.
It is said “A healthy mind resides in a healthy body”
SVADISTHANA CHAKRA
Color : Orange
Element : Water
Functions : Procreation, food, sexuality
Glands / Organs : Ovaries, testicles, prostate, genitals, spleen, womb, bladder
Qualities : Giving & receiving, emotions, desire, pleasure, family, tolerance, harmonius
Negative Qualities : Over-indulgence in food/sex, sexual difficulties, jealousy, envy, impotence, uterine/bladder problems.

Prof. Sanjay Biyani.
Director (Acad).
(Thoughts delivered in Assembly held on 27th Jan. 2016.)

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HOW TO GET SUCCESS IN EXAM

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What gives you success in exam? Is it hard work? Is it time management? I feel it is due to your confidence. If your confidence is high, you will remember what you learnt and produce it during exam. Otherwise due to lack of confidence you will feel nervous and puzzled and may forget your answer.
But every child can score 70% to 80% and above. Because according to science, physicians and psychiatrists we are using not even 2% of our mind power. If we can activate our brain more, then all children can get more than 70%.
So to increase our confidence we have to do some action and that can be done by action-less-ness. Action means to do something, some work less means to do work without desire and ness means to work continuously.
If you do work with passion and with compassion and go on working continuously, go on writing what you revise, taking time management in consideration then you will surely gain confidence and you will overcome fear.
In our body in 1 cell there is minimum 8 GB memory power and in our body there are 50 trillion cells so we have 50 trillion multiplied by 8 GB memory. So we have a very good memory power.
We all have Bodhi satta. We all possess power of God. We all are powerful souls”. By meditation we can live in this awareness and activate our ‘Chakras’ which are placed in our spinal cord. Our body has 7 chakras. At one end of our spinal cord there is root chakra ¼ewyk/kkj pؽ- Try to take your mind there at the lowest end of the spinal cord. Realise we have tremendous mental power and chant “OM” with proper deep breadth and exhale. Focus on the root chakra which is denoted by red colour and activate this chakra.
By this you will gain passion, compassion and will power. You will be able to shirk off your laziness and win the battle over your sleep and cease being comfortable and do more hard work. Due to weakness of this chakra people live with very low mentality. They neither can forget nor can forgive anyone.
If you want to focus on your mind and think of doing something good or excel in exam, you have to learn to listen and try to do the things in perfect manner.
Make your life colourful wonderful and successful. Try to be happy and spread happiness around you. Love and be loved.
ROOT/BASE/MULADHARA CHAKRA
Color : Red
Element : Earth
Functions: Physical body, life force, survival, instinct
Glands/Organs : Adrenals, kidneys, spinal, colon, legs, bones
Qualities: material world, success, body, stability, security, health, courage, patience
Negative Qualities: Insecurity, violence, greed, anger, constipation, tension in spine.

Prof. Sanjay Biyani.
Director (Acad).
(Thoughts delivered in Assembly held on 25th Jan. 2016.)

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Destiny is in your hand

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Let’s move 5000 yrs. back to Kurukshetra where Lord Krishna is advising Duryodhana. He is requesting him not to fight because it will destroy everything, it will kill all his relatives. He says, “why don’t you give a little share of your kingdom to your cousins and stop this battle? “This is your Dharma”.

But the most egoistic person, Duryodhana refuses to listen to him. He says, “Don’t give me Gyan. I know all this. But I can’t control my desire.”

Our ego prevents us from listening to good things. But in a second we can change our whole world. Due to bad habits we are not ready to accept new knowledge. We refuse to adopt new knowledge. This is due to some of our bad habits. We are born with some original sanskars which may be good or bad. But if we get a good environment and good knowledge then we can prepare a good mind set (Vrati). We can change our bad sanskars. Our mind thinks and our intellect judges and what we do again and again that becomes our habit. This sanskar makes our subconscious mind, which occupies 90% of our mind and 10% is our conscious mind which is Vrati.
We can change our subconscious mind by good thoughts and by listening to good things. We can determine whether we will leave this world as Duryodhana, Arjuna or as Lord Krishna.
Can’t we change our habits? Yes we can change our deep rooted Sanskars with the help of our conscious mind. We can also change our destiny.

If you listen to good things daily and imbibe them through your actions and put some good thoughts in your conscious mind then you can change your whole behavioural pattern.

We need not copy others.
“Watch your thought—it becomes your action,sanskar
Watch your action—it becomes your habit.
Watch your habit—it becomes your destiny
Watch your destiny–it becomes your character.

So you can change your destiny and make a bright future. Try to choose the best path and delete all other choices which stop you from progressing.

Remember you can change your thought pattern. Try to grow like a child and improve your conscious mind.

Prof. Sanjay Biyani
Director (Acad.)
(Thoughts delivered in Assembly held on 18th Jan., 2016)

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