The objectives of the IISCIM are to promote, encourage or assist in:
Spreading and promoting meditation as a scientific discipline.
Educating people about the benefits of meditation for physical, mental and social wellbeing.
Teaching meditation techniques which are beneficial and have therapeutic effect for curing diseases.
Propagating Meditation as a free medicine across the globe, for the treatment of diseases, such as chronic stress, depression, anxiety disorder, stress-related cardio-vascular disorders, and brain-decay through in-depth research within the parameters of modern medical science. This will enable both the rich and poor to avail its benefits in order to attain sound physical and mental health.
Promoting universal loving kindness and compassion. We aim at working for the upliftment and general well-being of the poor, tribal and rural people and empowering individuals, especially women, children senior citizens and obtain them equal place in society.
Conducting courses on meditation, and providing degree and diploma courses in disciplines of Meditation and Yoga.
Developing free retreats and training centers for meditation, yoga, and all other allied subjects for the benefits of people.
Organizing conferences, workshops, seminars, and awareness meetings/camps on meditation, yoga, environmental conservation, matters of public interest, and health matters.
Realizing the dream of a healthy, harmonious, strong and prosperous humanity around the globe, free from the biases of the caste, creed, religion, region, corruption and violence, through propagation of oneness, compassion, meditation and Yoga.
Providing medical, emotional, psychological, social and spiritual support to senior citizens so that these highly honorable people should not be neglected.
Upanishadic Meditation Class By Dr. Amit Ray and Banani Ray Organised by Inner Light Publishers and IISCIM
A Unique Experiential Course
Meditations from Upanishads For peace, happiness and fulfillment
17th February 2019
2:00PM to 5:30PM
Venue: Lecture Hall, 4th Floor, Rabindranath Tagore Centre, Indian Council for Cultural Relations, Kolkata