‘Cleanliness is next to Godliness’ is a saying all of us have heard. The Government’s ‘Swachchta Abhiyaan’ initiative appeals to every citizen to do his/her bit towards a better, cleaner India. This campaign further fuelled Padmini’s dream and in 2016 she decided to give her dreams a concrete shape.
She met the officers in power at the Municipal Corporation level, understood the benefits of garbage segregation and began a campaign in full earnest. To begin with, Padmini and her team members went house to house in the Annanagar (east) area, appealing to the residents to maintain a cleaner environment. With the help of the corporation, segregation bins were distributed at a meeting that was organised.
Over time, she has built an army of volunteers to support the cause. Along side these efforts for a cleaner Annanagar (east), Padmini decided to spread the message of Pranic Healing, to every household. Awareness of Pranic Healing, benefits of meditation, and distribution of coupons for a hands-on experience of free healing, became the manifesto of this campaign. The goal of this campaign is inspired by Master Choa Kok Sui who had a vision to have at least one Pranic Healer in every home. By doing so, the number of people meditating in a particular area goes up, thereby enhancing the vibrations of that space. It is believed that when 7 people meditate together, the downpour of energies is equivalent to the downpour when 100 people meditate separately.
Through this 2-pronged approach of cleaner surroundings and techniques of Pranic Healing, the process towards a healthier environment has begun, and is now slowly becoming a way of life.