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JAIN University's School of Sciences inspires Ikigai discovery for a fulfilling life
Ms. Nupur Tewari, Inner Transformation and Mindfulness Coach and Motivational Speaker Shares her Thoughts on 'Finding your Ikigai and Be the Best Version of Yourself'
By: JAIN (Deemed-to-be University)
The session was a combination of virtual and offline modes and garnered an overwhelming response with over 400 participants who attended virtually and in-person from across the country. The main focus of the session was an assessment of Ikigai- The Secret to a Long and Happy Life, focusing on the spiritual phases of existence. Ms. Tewari's session was very collaborative and ignited the participation of many attendees, which many opined was guiding them towards self-discovery and personal growth. She was also kind enough to share her discerning journey highlighting the influence of self-belief and determination, which led her to become an influential personality.
Dr. Asha Rajiv, Director – IQAC & School of Sciences, JAIN (Deemed to be University) remarked, "This was a truly insightful session and was thoroughly informative to all participants. We are extremely grateful to Ms. Tewari for sharing her immense knowledge about Ikigai and how we can unlock our true potential. I am sure this session will get all the participants thinking deeply and using this knowledge in their day-to-day life."
Dr. Raj Singh, Vice Chancellor, JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) said, "JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) was honoured to have Ms. Tewari as the speaker for a wonderful session. This session truly unlocked the power of the human mind and spirit. Every day we go about our lives without thinking too much about the present, but this is precisely what the session educated us about. Living in the present and unlocking our best energies is the best solution to living a happy and healthy life. We would like to thank Ms. Tewari for this thorough insightful session that will give all the participants food for thought. We are greatly thankful to Ms. Tewari for patiently answering all the participants' questions, which is a testimony to its effectiveness."
JAIN (Deemed-to-be University)