Quantum Foundation observed the World Meditation Day 2023 on Sunday in Dhaka and other parts of the country with an urge to people from all strata to do meditation for building a healthy humanitarian nation.
The day’s programme began at 6:00am at the Jatiya Press Club with participation of hundreds of people including media personalities, physicians, teachers, students, lawyers and businessmen.
Among others, Press Club’s Joint General Secretary Ashraf Ali, member of the Executive Committee Kazi Rownak Hossain, Chief News Editor of Manchranga Television Rashed Ahmed and NTV News Editor Simanto Khokon shared their experiences on mediation in changing life and getting cured from various health complications.
The day was also observed simultaneously in more than 150 parks and open spaces at home and abroad.
Speakers at Jatiya Press Club said the day is not far off when people irrespective of identities will do meditation with inspiration as benefit of mediation is already proved by scientific research.
During an audio speech played on the occasion in all parks, Shaheed Al Bukhari, founder of the Quantum Method, recalled late National Professor Dr Nurul Islam’s belief 30 years ago that meditation is alternative to modern treatment and said people’s recovery from diseases will be accelerated after inclusion of quantum method in the modern treatment.
He said mediation is not a supernatural thing, rather it is an exercise of the brain.
Quantum Foundation has been observing World Meditation Day since 2021.