THE EARLY BRIGHT
The ringing of bells at the crack of dawn jerks the children up from their beds. There is none like children who can welcome the day in the most expectant and excited manner! It is Suprabhatham time.
The primeval sound of Omkar (Aum) emanating from the navel, traversing through the vocal cords and ending with the lips, is the source of all creation. The regular chanting of Omkar purifies the environment, creates positive energy, increases immunity, improves concentration, gives clarity and rationality, stabilizes the emotions and leads to higher states of bliss. Children chant the Omkar 21 times followed by holy hymns in praise of the Lord.
Be ready to stretch your body and strengthen your muscles. It is Yoga time! Trained Yoga teachers in the Campus guide the students to get into the various postures ensuring that the curvature of their bodies is at the correct angles. Practicing Yoga in the morning catalyzes the metabolism, activates the internal glands, regulates sleep, balances the hormones and detoxifies the body.
TWILIGHT QUIET TIME
STUDY TO GET STEADY
SLEEP LIKE A BABY
A well-spent day deserves good rest at the end of the day. It is bed time! Eyelids droop and thoughts fade. Needless to say, the students are drifted off into a zone of stillness and deep rest.
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