Kumari Manvati Marabi (Sarguja, Chattisgarh)
When we go to villages to organize Breath-Water-Sound (also known as Nav Chetna Shibirs in India), we meet the Sarpanch (village governing head), Sachiv (village head), and the Kotwal (police). Then we collect the villagers in the community hall for the five-day course in which they are also taught Ram Dhyan.
Practicing this technique daily keeps one healthy and away from ailments - I have a wonderful experience of this. My Aunt was paralyzed and could not walk since nine months. I took her to the course even though she was not willing to do it. Now she can walk slowly with the help of a stick. I was very happy to see that I shared the knowledge that I received from Guruji and it benefited her. I want this knowledge to reach everyone.