ABOUT THE CLUB
CUTM is ever eager to promote wellbeing of its community members. It recognizes the need for life development trainings to alleviate the negative impacts of human stress. Though stress in terms of physical arousal is age-old as a means of survival, in modern times it has taken heavy tolls on human lives. Today, over eighty percent of diseases are claimed to be of psychosomatic nature. The World Health Organization (WHO) has described stress as the “worst disease of the millennium”
Towards achieving holistic life development, we offer MINDFUL MEDITATION which is derived from Budhist and vedic traditions but refined by modern psychological insights. The process is above religion and conforms to CUTM philosophy of secularism. The results of such meditation can scientifically be validated. The process is structured and taught by a qualified teacher. The practice is self-administered as solitary or in groups.
OBJECTIVE OF THE CLUB:
- To understand and use the potential of meditation towards realization of one’s higher self.-
- To offer a forum for mutual group support among its members for sustainable personality development through health and wellness.
- To promote an eco friendly environment through inclusive growth.
- To facilitate work-life integration.
ACTIVITIES OF THE CLUB (DONE)
Training in specific MINDFUL mediation started at Jatni campus in November’2013 and so far over 60 students have completed the Foundation Course. More of foundation programs are underway for students, teachers and staff members alongside organizing higher courses and retreats.
ACTIVITIES OF THE CLUB (PLANNED)
We plan to cover 1000 participants in 2014 with foundation course and 500 participants with intermediate-level at Jatni Campus. The criterion for awarding certificates and credits for successful participants is underway.
We plan to conduct these programs at Parlakhemundi campus.
TIMING OF THE CLUB
Each Day Morning and Evening
FACULTY IN CHARGE
Prof. Siba Kripa Bose
Chief Mentor and Life Coach, CUTM