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Lecture Series by Samani Shruthnidhi ji & Samani Dr Suyashnidhi ji

posted Aug 4, 2013, 9:02 PM by JCNC Technology   [ updated Aug 4, 2013, 9:03 PM ]

August 5, 2013

Lecture Series by Samani Shruthnidhi ji & Samani Dr Suyashnidhi ji

Jain Center of Northern California is pleased to announce the lecture series bySamani Shruthnidhi ji & Samani Dr Suyashnidhi ji. Both the Samani ji are well educated and posses immense knowledge about Jain scriptures and are also instructor of Anuppeha Dhyan Yoga. They have conducted various shibhirs for various age group including youths and children. 

Program Schedule

Monday, August 5th to Friday, August 9th, 8:05PM – 9:30PM (after Aarti) - Auditorium

Meditation and discourse on Jain Anuppeha Dhyan Yog Sadhana which brings in physical, mental, emotional & intellectual benefits. Its an opportunity to know the self through self. This technique is entirely based on Jain scriptures where in theory will be covered along with the practical aspect.

For hosting the Samani ji or organizing a session & taking dharma laabh at your house, please contact Yojana Choradia @ 510 461 9289 or Vikas Choradia @ 408 797 7061

Come one, come all. Please participate with your friends and family and take Dharm-Labh.

Thanks & Regards,
JCNC Religious Committee

religious@jcnc.org

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INTRODUCTION OF JAIN SAMANI SHRI SHRUTHNIDHI

Samani Shruthnidhi ji born on 23rd August 1986 was inspired by Dr.Shri . Padamchandraji m.s. She renounced the world with her entire family members - Mother, Father and her 2 brothers when she just 21 years old on 21/11/2007 in Chennai, India. Her father and 2 brothers accepted the complete monk hood life under the Jaygachiya group Acharya Pravar Shri Subhchandraji  m.s , Upadhayay Pravar Shri Parshvachandraji m.s. and Dr. Shri Padamchandraji m.s. Her mother and she were the first to take Samani Diksha in Swetambar Sthanakwasi Sect. She holds degree in B.Com and M.A in Jainology from Madras University. She has also done Diploma in Naturopathy and certificate course in Prakrit language. Currently she is doing her research studies on the Jain Anuppeha Dhyan Yog Sadhana, a meditative process initiated by Dr. Shri Padamchandraji m.s in 1996. Her melodious voice and oratory skills have delivered positive impact on several devotees who seek to hear to her repeatedly. Along with the scriptural knowledge she holds mastery in Past Life Regression and Jain Anuppeha Dhyan Yog Sadhana. Being a Founder Trustee of Jay Parshva Padmodaya Ahimsa Research Foundation various Humanitarian projects are carried on. 


INTRODUCTION OF JAIN SAMANI SHRI SUYASHNIDHI

With the divine blessings of Shwetambar Sthanakwasi Jay gacchiya Acharya Pravar Shri Shubhchandra ji Maharaj Saheb, Upadhyay Pravar Shri Parshvachandra ji Maharaj Saheb, Pujya Gurudev Dr. Shri Padamchandra ji Maharaj Saheb, Samani Diksha was initiated to Shri Suyashnidhi ji on 15th May 2010 at Mysore, India. Samani Shri Suyashnidhi ji upon completion of B.D.S (gold medalist), M.A. in Jainology (gold medalist), JRF, Prakrit Ratna (bronze medalist) decided to dedicate herself for the seva of Jinashasan upon getting inspired by pravachans of Pujya Gurudev. Being a part of Jay Parshva Padmodaya Ahimsa Research Foundation as a Life Trustee, her main motto is to spread the knowledge and teachings of Bhagwan Mahaveera worldwide. Along with the scriptural knowledge, sadhana of various stotras with vigorous fastings and observing silence throughout is a part of Samani curriculum. Samani ji holds special mastery on Padmodaya healings with mantras, meditation technique of Jain Anuppeha Dhyan Yog Sadhana, Pranayam, Reiki and Research on Past Life Regression (Jati Smaran Gyan).
Also you can visit their website http://jppjainsamani.co.in/index.html 
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