Mindfulness is the cornerstone of the happiness program: Manish Sisodia
Manish Sisodia claimed on Saturday that every day 16 lakh children in Delhi schools start their day mindfully
Calling the Delhi government’s school happiness program “massive success,” Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said on Saturday that 16 lakh children in Delhi schools start their day mindfully every day.
The Happiness Studies Program, launched in July 2018, aims to strengthen the foundations of happiness and well-being for all students through a 35-minute class held daily for all students from Kindergarten to Kindergarten through class 8 in 1,030 public schools in the National Capital.
“Mindfulness is the cornerstone of the Happiness Studies Program and its greatest beauty is that every day 16 lakhs of Delhi children begin their studies in school with mindfulness. It marked a turning point in the lives of students studying in Delhi schools and brought relief to the children. stress and increased their focus on studying, ”Sisodia said at the Mindful Education Awards 2021 in Delhi.
By practicing mindfulness even in the difficult times of the Covid pandemic, children have worked to keep themselves and their families stress free, he noted.
Describing mindfulness as a “gift” from India to the world in the field of emotional science, the deputy chief said it was limited to 15 minutes of meditation compared to its actual goal of focus on his life.
“People have learned to meditate very well but have not learned to focus on their lives. If we practice mindfulness by understanding its true meaning and start paying attention to our life too, then we can never do anything. wrong, “Sisodia advised.
He said the Delhi government’s goal is to make mindfulness a mass movement and a part of everyone’s life in the city.
“And by making this dream come true and making mindfulness a mass movement, schoolchildren will play the role of ambassadors and messengers of mindfulness,” Sisodia said in a statement.
The Mindful Education Awards 2021 is an initiative to recognize, support and honor the efforts of schools to create a mentally and physically healthy environment for the growth and development of children.