Preksha Meditation & Human Health

Posted: 24.06.2015
Updated on: 15.08.2015

Neurophysiological, Cardiovascular and Respiratory Efficacy of Yogic Practices Among Adults

Professor J.P.N. Mishra, a senior faculty from the Department of Science of Living, Preksha Meditation and Yoga has got a UGC Research Award Major Project to undertake a scientific study on the efficacy of a Preksha Meditation practice module, comprised of Health Rejuvenating Exercises, selected Asanas, Kayotsarga, Deergha Swas Preksha and Chaitanya Kendra Preksha on various components of Nervous System, Respiratory System Cardiovascular System and Muscular System. Findings of study has been incorporated in this monograph.

This is for the first time that the results of a systematic and scientific study has been documented on the multifacted terms of health promoting effects of Preksha Meditation. The findings of the study, as reported in the book, indicate that Preksha Meditation works simultaneously on two fronts - health promotion and therapeutic utility. Positive changes observed in brain waves, respiratory components and cardiovascular functions, following regular practice of Preksha Meditation may be taken as of immense value for further formulation of health management policies through indigenous heritage of yoga and meditation.


Preksha Meditation & Human Health


Professor J.P.N. Mishra,

Technical Support:

Dr. P.S. Shekhawat


2015. 1st.


Jain Vishva Bharati University, Ladnun, Rajasthan, India





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