Dr. Shivarj Patil, Associate Professor, SDM Yoga and Nature Cure Center, Udupi, delivering a lecture at a camp organized by the Jagadguru Sri Veerasimhasana Mahasamsthana Math, in association with the Sri Shivarathreeshwara Dharmika Datti and JSS Mahavidyapeetha, for the students of Pharmacy and Life Sciences, held at Sri Sutturkshetra. Participants are also seen in the picture.
Mysuru, May 4, 2023: Dr. Shivraj Patil, an Associate Professor at SDM Yoga and Nature Cure Center, delivered a lecture on the topic of “Wisdom of Traditional Healing” at a camp organized for Pharmacy and Life Sciences students at the Suttur Srikshetra from May 3 to 5. He emphasized the importance of developing psychophysical understanding to manage stress and lead a healthy life.
According to Dr. Patil, “Everyone will face stress in managing family and profession. But it can be managed properly through psychophysical wisdom. Our wisdom is based on the food we eat and our activities. Therefore, we should not compare ourselves, compete with everyone. We should try to increase our psychophysical wisdom by developing habits like consuming natural food, yoga, good sleep, good attitude and respecting self. We should live according to the law of nature and adopt love, peace, happiness, knowledge, truth and qualities in ourselves.”
Sri Harish M. Kodendar, a Professional Management Consultant in Mysuru, also spoke at the camp on the topic of “How to Become Global Professionals.” He advised individuals to develop creative skills, communication skills, organizing skills, and unity. He emphasized the importance of assessing past and present developments and future needs before starting a profession. He also emphasized the importance of developing capabilities, sharp thinking, adaptability, acceptance, awareness, and appreciation.
The camp is being held in the presence of His Holiness Jagadguru Sri Shivarathri Deshikendra Mahaswamiji. The participants begin their day with a mass prayer, yoga-meditation, and a tour of Srikshetra. They also participate in desi games and end the day with cultural programs. About 130 students are participating in the camp.