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  • The term "stress" was coined by Hans Seyle, and defines as non specific response of the body and mind to any demand, and adaptation to challenge. This physiological and psychological response is called general adaptation syndrome.

  • There have been various models that explain the role of stress in the development of an illness.

    Due to the constant hassles of daily living and work in the form of ongoing interpersonal difficulties, persistent threat to security, financial deprivation, and other life events (Eustress, distress) have acted as triggering effect on the illness. This has precipitated the illness at an early age, a concept known as "brought forward time"

  • Stress strains the coping mechanism resulting in sequences of internal changes, which are outwardly expressed as illness. The "crisis theory" as proposed by Lindermann and Sating states that stress produces disequilibrium (crisis) resulting in either adaptative changes or maladaptive changes (emotional and physical illness).

  • The cybernetic model by Kagan and Levi suggests that there is a two-way interaction between psychosocial stress and psychobiological program which determines the physiological and psychological reaction leading to precursor of disease. Yoga has been found to be efficacious in resolving this stress by enhancing the internal power, rather than banking on the chemical agents.

    It delays the expression of illness. It must be emphasized here that yoga is not a substitute to pharmacological intervention in acute cases, rather has an augmenting and supplementing therapeutic effect with pharmacotherapy in illness.


  • What prevents you from achieving at a higher level?

  • Lack of confidence in public speaking?

  • Anxiety, panic or a phobia?

  • Feelings of fear, greed, anger, depression, sadness, guilt, frustration, jealousy, hurt, resentment, stress or other?

  • Difficulty influencing others towards agreements?

  • Concept of what you are worth financially?

  • Burnt out?

  • Slumps in performance?

  • Substance abus

  • Your value system?

  • How to achieve success at the highest level?

How will this program help you?

A study on meditation in the workplace showed that meditation:
» Increased effectiveness in the work place.
» Reduced anxiety, work stress, insomnia and tiredness.
» Reduced cigarette smoking and alcohol intake.
» Increased job satisfaction.

  • It reorganizes your energy and vital force.

  • Heightens resistance to common diseases (viral infections).

  • Pranayam and meditation is known to boost your immune system.

  • Gain control of your emotions and mind.

  • Regularity and punctuality.

  • Better understanding in family and social life.

  • Increases memory.

  • Enhances Virtues like straight forwardness, generosity, honesty and productivity.

  • Managing negative emotions/feelings means an individual can achieve success at a higher level and an organization can perform closer to peak efficiency. The bottom line is increased job satisfaction and bigger profits.

  • Awakening our original consciousness.

  • Experiencing great peace and supreme knowledge.

  • Strengthen and recondition your entire body.

  • Meditation has been known to be effective in reversing heart disease, dealing with negative emotions, reducing stress, lowering blood pressure, diminishing anxiety, stopping smoking, weight loss, eating disorders, addictions, boosting the immune system, and improving sports performance.

  • Regain youthful flexibility in spine and limbs.

  • Asanas (physical postures) have shown to improve the flexibility of the spine and help in the mobility of the joints.

  • Redistribute weight.
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