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Archive for May, 2016

Preksha Meditation

The word Preksha is derived from the root iksha, which means ‘to see’. When the prefix ‘Pra is added, it becomes Pra+iksha=Preksha , which means ‘to perceive carefully and profoundly’ Here, ‘seeing’ does not mean external vision, but careful concentration on subtle consciousness by mental insight. Preksha Meditation sessions are

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JVBNA Gyan-Sabha comprises Adult Swadhyay Sessions that are conducted weekly or bi-weekly by Samanijis and by members/guest under Samanijis’ guidance. Attendees participate in lively discussions of Agam Sutras and Jain philosophy, strengthening their understanding of the Jain way of life. Sessions are conducted on Thursdays – 7:30PM – 8:30 PM – at

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Through the instruction of Jainism and Science of Living, JVBNA Gyanshala strives to impart to its students, life skills for physical, mental and emotional health, a stress free and peaceful life, and spiritual bliss. It also strives to inculcate life values in children that help them grow into responsible adults

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Youth Forum

Enabling the development of the right character in our youth (teens) is an integral part of JVB-NJ’s mission.  This is achieved by continuous spiritual and ethics-based learning, strengthening of faith by prayers and meditation, and going through the rigor of discipline. Acquiring the right knowledge is the key, reflecting on

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Online Classes

Online Classroom is a structured platform to refine the knowledge of Jainism, its philosophy and principles. Jainism 101 is conducted by disciples of Acharyashri Mahashraman – Samani Dr. Satya Pragya and Samani Dr. Rohini Pragya. Samani Satya Pragyaji holds a PhD in Philosophy and is an associate professor at the Jain Vishwa Bharati Institute (JVBI), Ladnun in the

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Pakshik Pratikraman & Samayik

Pakshik Pratikraman is held at the JVBNA center every Pakkhi (14-15 days) at 7:30 PM. Please call for dates. Samayik is held every Saturday evening from 7PM – 8PM at JVBNJ center.

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