THE GAYATRI CHETNA CENTER
The Gayatri Chetna Center is devoted to increasing cultural, ethical, moral, and spiritual awareness. Development of divine qualities in mankind is the foremost goal. The Center will be a unique place for Gayatri Sadhana, Yoga and Meditation, Scientific Spiritual studies and Youth Development. This Center will be open to everyone from all walks of life, regardless of their religion, faith, caste, creed or sect. The Gayatri Chetna Center aims to provide an inspiring environment to facilitate divine activities and services which encourage “Simple Living and High Thinking”. It empowers individuals and inspires divinity within them. By fostering positive thoughts and promoting tolerance and equality, it creates a surrounding of growth and reformation.
WHY THERE IS A NEED OF GAYATRI CHETNA CENTER
It is necessary for everyone, be they vibrant young or stable mature, to collectively come together to work towards a "divine society", foster a mutual respect, co-operation and peaceful coexistence. To nurture and develop such a society, an institution like "The Gayatri Chetna Center" is needed. At the Gayatri Chetna Center, they can harbor development of divinity and spiritual awakening in mankind. Hence, it is essential to invest in this kind of divine place today to guarantee an awakened tomorrow.
We have three core values that characterize the way of “Simple Living and High Thinking". This is our tenet and we live it through Upasana - which gives us strength through prayers, Sadhana - which makes individuals vigilant through swadhayay and develops inner strength, and Aradhana - which leads our Karma towards selfless service. These values drive us to achieve divinity and spiritual awakening, and guide us towards pure knowledge and the righteous path.
Upasana (Bhakti Yog):Meditating in a tranquil surrounding that leads to inspiration to stay and work towards the righteous path.
Sadhana (Gyan Yog):A spiritual practice of self-refinement. Exercising constant self-discipline, introspection, self-analysis. Observation and reflection upon every action, conduct, and thought.
Aradhana (Karma Yog):An effort to serve humanity through one’s own resources. Selfless service through regular donation of time, talent and resources for the welfare of the society.