Virtual Bhoomi Shuddhi Pujan of Shri Atmasiddhi Bhavan at Phoenix by Pujya Gurudevshri The Jain Center of Greater Phoenix (JCGP) was established 25 years ago at Phoenix, Arizona. Pujya Gurudevshri has graced the Center during the Panch Kalyanak Pratishtha Mahotsav, event of sthapana of scriptures as well as other occasions and has empowered seekers with enlivening pravachans. A warm invite was extended to Pujya Gurudevshri at the Ashram on March 28 by the Vice-President of JCGP, Shri Hemangbhai Harde, to bless devotees with His presence on the sacred occasion of the bhoomi shuddhi pujan of Shri Atmasiddhi Bhavan. The auspicious ceremony on April 4 began with a devout prayer. President of JCGP, Romish Shroff, welcomed Pujya Gurudevshri over video conferencing and thanked the Master for His constant love and support towards JCGP. On behalf of Phoenix devotees, Trustee of Shrimad Rajchandra Mission Dharampur (USA), Vanprastha Piyush Shah did tilak to Pujya Gurudevshri at the Ashram. Pujya Gurudevshri performed the virtual bhoomi shuddhi pujan amidst a devout ambience. The pujan was performed with the holy soil of Shri Atmasiddhi Shastra Rachnabhoomi, Nadiad – the birthplace of the revered text. The Master placed a flower in the soil, signifying the blossoming of Shri Atmasiddhi Bhavan at JCGP. He also blessed the first brick that will be used in the construction of Shri Atmasiddhi Bhavan. Steering seekers towards cultivating worthiness and making an ‘ENTRY’ on the path of liberation Pujya Gurudevshri imparted an inspiring Udghosh, guiding aspirants to develop 5 powers- Erase Power: The ability to let go of the past. Neutral Power: The ability to have a stable mind amidst any situation. Tolerance Power: The ability to accept and not argue with reality. Restraint Power: The ability to say no to impulses within and temptations outside. Youth Power: The ability to sustain enthusiasm and zest irrespective of age. The sacred ceremony and Udghosh endowed seekers with the vision of a purposeful life, inspiring them to attain Atmasiddhi.