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21 June 2022
Every year people across the globe observe International Yoga Day on June 21 to create awareness among people about the benefits of yoga. Yoga is derived from the Sanskrit word 'yoga', which means 'union'.
The theme of this year's Yoga Day celebrations is 'Yoga for Humanity' and around 25 crore [250,000,000] people across the world are expected to take part in various events, doing yoga in unison towards better health and wellness for all.
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi has brought to light that the process of unifying starts from the field of Unity, which is our own Self, silent and blissful, deep inside every one of us. Maharishi reminds us that the classic text of Patanjali's Yoga Sutras states that the eight limbs of Yoga all grow together on the basis of the experience of that inner wholeness — Samadhi, Transcendental Consciousness. This is scientifically verified by over 600 research studies on the Transcendental Meditation and advanced TM-Sidhi programme, founded by Maharishi.
Only a new seed will yield a new crop. It is time for the seed of unity, Yoga, to be sown in every heart to bring peace to the world.
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