Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Free Sahaja meditation classes at Michigan Tech on Thursdays open to all

HOUGHTON -- Michigan Tech is one of a growing number of American colleges and universities to offer a Sahaja meditation program on campus. The free weekly sessions, from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Thursdays, in the Memorial Union, are open to everyone. This week's meeting is in the Peninsula Room A.

Sahaja meditation can help relieve stress caused by studies or any other pressures, says Pranay Nagar, graduate student in mechanical engineering, who leads the sessions.

"Are you anxious to feel more joy in life?" he asks. If so, he says, please check meditation.

No prior experience or knowledge of meditation and no special equipment or clothing are required to participate. The technique is not physically demanding, and everyone can move at his or her own pace, Nagar said.

For more information, contact Nagar at 906-281-4425 or

Editor's Note: Pranay Nagar demonstrated this meditation recently during International Night. I can only say it made me feel very relaxed. Try it! It's free!

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