Healing & Wellness CD To Be Launched At PICS


Nirmala Raniga of The Chopra Center will unveil her Meditation CD on Pink Shirt Day (Feb. 25) at Progressive Intercultural Community Services Society.

SURREY – Nirmala Raniga will present her meditation CD “The Divine Healing Mantra” at Progressive Intercultural Community Services Society (PICS) in Surrey on Wednesday, Feb. 25

Nirmala will be giving copies of her meditation CD to residents of PICS Society Seniors Housing Complex in Surrey, BC. to support them through meditation with life challenges.

Charan Gill, PICS CEO has been a tireless advocate of immigrants, youth, seniors, farm workers and the working poor for the past 30 years.  Charan welcomes Nirmala’s approach to integrative wellness and supports all forms of support for victims of bullying.

Nirmala has brought together all of her talents, enthusiasm and experience to found the Chopra Addiction and Wellness Center in 2009 based on her groundbreaking work in the field of addiction rehabilitation since 1989; by demanding that people in the opiate dependency programs be treated with respect and compassion, not moral disdain or manipulation.

This commitment to treat all people with respect and dignity brought her in line with Deepak Chopra and they joined forces through the Chopra Addiction and Wellness Center delivering a safe and supportive environment for all people seeking a retreat, a respite from challenges in life; regardless of whether they relate to personal relationships, self-confidence, addictions, or other challenges in life.

In this CD, Nirmala has bundled a take-anywhere, meditate anywhere “self-support” CD for the busy professional, for those seeking a retreat from the stresses and strains of life or release from addictions and for all of us for emotional healing.  This CD brings the condensation of all Nirmala has learned over 25 years using meditation for healing.

Track Titles:        1.            Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra

2.            Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra & Meditation

3.            108 Mantra Recitation

The great mantra dedicated to Lord Shiva as Maha Mrityunjaya, also known as Om Trayambakam Mantra, holds the highest place among Sanskrit mantras.  The recital of this powerful mantra is beneficial for the body, mind and soul in many ways especially for those who are in pain and suffering.