International Institute of Scientific Meditation

Who we are

The International Institute of Scientific Meditation (IISCIM) is a Government Registered, nonprofit, independent, charitable Institute of scientific spirituality, founded on the inspiration and guidance of Acharya Sri Amit Ray (Dr. Amit Ray) and Acharyaa Banani ji (Banani Ray).

Dr. Amit Ray is the Founding President of the IISCIM. Our Institute is dedicated to remove the sufferings of humanity through yoga, meditation, Ayurveda, pollution-free environment, technology, and social welfare.

Dr. Saurabh Kole is the prime inspiration behind spreading meditation among the masses in a scientific manner for medical and therapeutic benefits.

Our vision is to awaken the dormant divine potential of the humanity, and spreading the light of value based ancient wisdom of the Upanishads, meditation and Self-realization, freeing the masses from the narrow confines of cult, prophet-worship and guru-worship.

The vision of the Founders of IISCIM is to build better enlightened human beings with greater intelligence and empathy, a better society beyond the barriers of race and religion, and a better world where people can come together on the ground of love, compassion and oneness.

What we do

We conduct various collaborative research work on meditation, yoga techniques. We promote meditation as a scientific discipline to ignite the divine spark within everyone and bring out the best within you. Our meditation, yoga and social welfare camps and retreats are arranged to develop awareness about meditation as a tool for well-being and healthy lifestyle, and spread the benefits of meditation on the basis of well documented research of modern science.

Our Mission

Our mission is to eliminate or reduce human suffering by the use of yoga, meditation and scientific research. We teach the best meditation techniques beyond the barriers of race, religion and cult-worship to spark the inherent divine flame within everyone to create a better world where people can come together on the ground of mutual respect, individual dignity, love, compassion and oneness.

Recent Events

Yoga and Meditation for Heart Health On World Heart Day

On World Heart Day

29th September 2022

2:00PM to 5:30PM

Recent Events

Yoga and Meditation to Improve Youth Mental Health Post Pandemic

Special program to improve students and young people’s mental health with yoga and meditation.

15th March 2023

3:30PM to 6:30PM

Recent Events

The Science of Empathy and Forgiveness for Reducing Youth Depression and Anxiety

Special program on the power of empathy and forgiveness for reducing stress, strain, and anxiety and improving students and young people’s mental health.

5th April 2023

3:00PM to 6:00PM