Nirmala Sewani, a Meditation Expert and an Astrologer, Encouraging Youth to Embrace Simplicity, Conserve Nature and Nurture Inner Purity


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With 34 years of experience, Nirmala Sevani is currently providing her services in the field of astrology. She also holds the prestigious position of president at the Rotary Club Jaipur South. With expertise in 67 types of Yagya and Vastu, she demonstrates a deep understanding of spiritual practices. Her notable achievement includes the publication of "Maun: A Meeting with Silence," a book that shares her life experiences and spiritual insights.

Nirmala Sewani is a Yaganacharya, Mantragya, Vastuvigya, meditation expert, and astrologer. She has been working in this field for the past 34 years. She completed her doctorate degree in the Yajurveda. She is also the President of the Rotary Club Jaipur South.

Nirmala embarked on her Rotary Club journey 26 years ago under the leadership of Mr. Nalin as president and Mr. Mahendra as secretary. Her involvement began with a lecture invitation, marking the beginning of her dedicated service within the organisation. Now serving as president, she feels a deep sense of pride and honour as a Rotarian. Engaging in service-oriented projects such as blood donation exemplifies her commitment to making a positive impact. Fellowship has flourished within the club, becoming a cherished aspect of their activities. Just as Rotary serves society, loved ones, and the country, Nirmala and her fellow Rotarians strive to carry out meaningful work in all these areas.

Nirmala's dedication to her craft shines through as she shares her routine, which includes performing Yagya for 200 out of 365 days, drawing upon her expertise in 67 types of Yagya. She seamlessly integrates her astrological predictions and Vastu knowledge to determine the most effective treatments, using Yagya as a powerful healing tool for individuals seeking solace and rejuvenation.

Aside from this, she practices meditation, including collective and group meditation, for the benefit of everyone. According to her, the purpose of meditation is to revitalise the light inside you and infuse you with fresh vitality to carry out your lovely actions once more, not to bring about peace.

She highlights the rich history of Rotary clubs in Jaipur, noting that the first club, Rotary East, was established by doctors and IAS officers. As membership grew, a second club, Rotary Jaipur-South, emerged, composed of esteemed individuals who carried forward the legacy of service and dedication. They wholeheartedly commit their time and energy to the betterment of society, reflecting the ethos of Rotary's founding principles.

At the age of 12, she came into the field of astrology. Initially, she studied the manuscript of Starscope, and slowly, her interest grew, and she came into Vedic astrology. She learned astrology under the guidance of her guru, Yogesh Mishra, but she performs yagna and mantras by herself. Then she did vast and deep work on the thoughts of power and also memorised four Vedas and eight Upanishads.

Nirmala wants that Indian ancient sciences, which are part of the Vedas and Upnishads, should spread out all over the world. She also wants to spread her biography, which includes Mantravistar, Beej Mantra, Meditation, Para, and Apara Vidya, so that the youngsters can revive our culture.

She talks about the four Vedas, which include the guidelines for living prescribed by Rigveda. It describes four varnas that were determined by actions rather than caste. If you enjoy learning, you are a Brahmin; if you enjoy fighting, you are a warrior; if you enjoy doing business, you are a vaishya; and if you don't have very advanced talents, you may perform a deed of service. It also contains the Ashram System, of which Brahmacharya Ashram is a 25-year school where you are required to fortify yourself by learning. One must enter the Grihastha Ashram in order to keep creation flowing, and then the Vanaprastha Ashram, where they are required to contribute back to society. Lastly comes Sanyaas, which connects us with the supreme power.

Samaveda describes all kinds of sounds and educates us about the notes in music. The whole Samaveda makes us conscious of music, and Indian classical music is a gift of healing or chanting. Furthermore, the Yajurveda explains the Yagnas' technique, while the Atharvaveda discusses economic policy. According to the Atharvaveda, matter moves in three ways: Daan, Bhog, and Naash.

The 108 Upanishads that make up the Gyankand are filled with global rule and world wisdom. Six Vedangas exist, including Kalpa, Vyakarana, and Chandah. Astrology is compared to the Vedic eyes through which we may see into the future and forecast life's happenings. She asserts that although knowledge is everlasting and perfect in and of itself, students are not. She therefore urged everyone to support Indian ancient sciences and go back to their roots.

According to Nirmala, the Yajur Veda states that a Mahayagya persists throughout the cosmos day and night in the shape of a cycle, whereby the sun generates light, a seed explodes, a plant grows into a tree, flowers and fruits appear, and then the seeds return. We ignite a tiny yagya from that larger one for our survival, food, and prosperity. The five sciences, working together in a yagya, awaken it. It incorporates proportion-combination science, which yields outcomes whether it is for health, wealth, mental peace, or social aura through light, sound, peace, and energy.

Regarding meditation, she explains that the universe's light and energy may be used to explain the existence of the ultimate power. And a very small portion of the light that permeates the cosmos also permeates our Adhan Chakra. It is therefore inevitable for the light within you to arise and permeate your entire body whenever you perform any fortunate task or pray.

Furthermore, she explains that you may heal yourself since the light that ascends on the Adhan Chakra also ascends on the navel. On the following chakra, the same light then physically cures you. Beautiful sentiments like generosity, love, affection, and charity rise in the Anahata chakra, whereas all the negative energies such as anxiety, fear, phobia, sadness, etc. are neutralised. The Vishuddha Chakra then explains your purpose for being here as well as your potential for growth. Your aspirations become goals in the Ajna chakra, which you subsequently pursue with determination. The light finally enters the Sahasrara Chakra and permeates the entire body.

Nirmala was born in Ajmer, but because of her father's flexible work schedule, she attended various schools to finish her education. Finally, she graduated from Kanodia College after finishing her studies at Gandhi Nagar Girls Higher Secondary School. She completed her MA at a private university.

She looked up to her father as a role model since he was an avid reader. Her guru served as her second role model, and Mr. Ganesh, who gave her the confidence to stand on her own two feet, served as her motivation. Everything inspires her. According to her, there are three ways that people might learn: an average person learns by stumbling; an amazing person learns from the missteps of others; and a fool learns nothing at all. She claims that, like most people, she learns by making mistakes. She learns how to navigate life and finds inspiration in many different places.

Nirmala gained a great deal of knowledge and expressed gratitude to Annie Miller for writing "Maun: A Meeting with Silence." She also respects Annie's commitment and perseverance in writing her book over a six-year period. She expresses gratitude to Aditya Jarial, the editor of her book at Hay House Publishing, for his understanding of a difficult subject and his beautiful book's presentation of it.

She mentions her biography, "Maun, a meeting with silence," which was written by Annie Miller and customised by her. Her disciple, Annie Miller, had a thorough understanding of this issue. The book is divided into 23 short story-style segments. Additionally, each chapter concludes with a translation of a poem she wrote in Hindi that is pertinent to that particular tale.

The first chapter, Magnolia Wall, is based on the experiences of Nirmala, a thirteen-year-old who once spent seventeen hours in meditation. She wanted to experience the teachings of Vivekananda; therefore, she meditated at the time after reading Thoughts of Power and Six Lessons of Raja Yoga. How she dealt with her father's death is covered in the concluding chapter. In her book, every person who is directly connected to her is mentioned.

Nirmala has always loved to write, even as a little child. She used to periodically write in her journal before moving on to haiku and short poetry. "Mujhmein jeeti hui basha preet ki, mujhe aalokik ehsaas hai ki utni hi poorn hu tumse jitni maa gori shiv se, meera krishna se, nadiyan paani se, titliyan pushp-paraag se, basant jhare hue parijat se, saptarishi taramandal aakash se," she read a few lines from her own poetry, "Tum." In the end, though, meri lokik preet ka tumse antash chetna ho jeeti hui. According to her, "Tum" is for all of us who are roaming around in our hearts as generosity.

In terms of achievements, Nirmala states that her biggest achievement is her book “Maun: A Meeting with Silence,” because it is not just words; she has lived it. Secondly, the biggest reward for her is her clients happiness and satisfaction. When she relieves the pain of a person through Yagya, meditation or counselling is one of her biggest accomplishments.

Speaking about challenges, Nirmala asserts that everyone faces them in life, but what counts is how you respond to them. She had to establish herself in the world of scholarly men, which added another layer of difficulty to her existence. He had to go through a lot to set herself and her expertise apart. She encountered a lot of resistance, but she gained a lot of insight from the criticism.

She advises the youth that the correct balance of elements and energy is called Vastu, so we should return to nature and stop the use of plastic. Make the country clean, clean yourself from within, and live a simple life. She urges the youth to protect the environment and keep our environment clean for future generations. Always be connected to your roots, stay simple, and enjoy things.

She appeals to the youth to join Rotary and be useful to their country. Through Rotary projects, they want to help the needy, no matter what field it is related to. It is also helpful in enhancing the fellowship as it is an international organisation. She appeals to all citizens of the country to spare some time for Rotary, and by joining it, you can do a lot of good.

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Meet Nirmala Sewani, Yaganacharya, Meditation Expert and Astrologer from Jaipur. She has been working in this field for the past 34 years. She is also the President of Rotary Club South in Jaipur.