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Chandigarh: Visually impaired kids meet spiritual speakers

“They lack the sight but not vision”, were the magical words by Ruby Bedi, a renowned spiritual speaker who spoke to hundreds of visually impaired students who gave a loud cheer and claps at the Institute for the Blind in Sector 26, on Saturday.

chandigarh Updated: Apr 19, 2015 11:17 IST
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“They lack the sight but not vision”, were the magical words by Ruby Bedi, a renowned spiritual speaker who spoke to hundreds of visually impaired students who gave a loud cheer and claps at the Institute for the Blind in Sector 26, on Saturday.

She, along with Inder who is also a spiritual speaker, was in the city to address and enlighten the blind students about the existence of god.

Students were taught some special meditation techniques which were aimed to show the light around them. “I could feel the power in me. There was an aura building up around me and I was almost talking to the almighty with not much distance between us. I would try this regularly from now as the exercise brought lot of peace to me”, said Mehak, a visually impaired student.

Talking to media, Ruby said that she was just four years old when she herself named her Ruby as she got spiritually attached with god.

“We all our blind in some way or other. My aim is to bring peace to the people around me and I am very touched with the innocence of these children and am glad that they could feel themselves powerful during the session,” she said.