Posted: 14.10.2018
 
It is important to work; but it is equally important to take rest. Our body gets full rest after a sound sleep. We have read that while sleeping we consume up only 60 calories per hour, i.e., we require minimum energy. It is quite natural to get a long and sound sleep after physical and mental exertion. The old saying is that day is meant to work, while night is meant to rest. But with the advancement in...
Posted: 13.10.2018
 
WHAT KIND OF FOOD SHOULD WE EAT? To answer this question, we should keep the following in mind. We should eat such food: Which gets digested soon; Which maintains the right body weight; Which gives us all the energy we need; Which gives agility to the body, coolness to the temper and happiness to the mind and Which makes us look beautiful and gives a glow to our skin WHAT SORT OF FOOD ONE MUST AVOID? To...
Posted: 12.10.2018
 
Our body is like a machine. We need power to make machines work. Machines get power from oil, petrol, electricity, steam etc. Some machines are animal driven. Some are men driven. Man would be able to drive a machine only if he possesses adequate power to do it. Man receives this power from his diet, the daily food that he eats. What type of diet gives how much energy, is a question which has been the subject...
Posted: 11.10.2018
 
Pranayama is closely associated with our respiratory system. It is the most important system of our body. Our respiration continues involuntarily. Its continuation is life. The moment respiration stops, we die. Pranayama is meant to regulate, control and expand the respiratory system. The theory and practice of Pranayama is incomplete without the adequate knowledge ofthe physiological aspect of respiratory...
Posted: 10.10.2018
 
DIGESTIVE SYSEM Digestive System in our body forms the basis on which depends the correct functioning of all other organs. Food that we eat reaches the digestive system and is digested there. From there all the ingredients necessary for the right functioning of the body are transferred to the various organs of the body. The first organ of the digestive system is the MOUTH. Food is masticated and transformed...
Posted: 09.10.2018
 
DARSHANKENDRA: A SCIENTIFIC PROFILE AND PROCEDURE FOR PREKSHA Darshan Kendra is associated with the Pituitary Gland. This gland is situated in the central part of the human brain. It is at its lower end, and at the rear of the main part of nose. It remains suspended in a sort of a hammock touching the lower part of the brain. Its size is comparable to a pea. It has two compartments—the front and the rear...
Posted: 08.10.2018
 
PRACTISING PREKSHA The practice of PREKSHA is of prime importance in the context of JEEVAN VIGYAN. The term PREKSHA has been derived from the Sanskrit root PRE + EKSH which means "to go deep and see the same carefully". Perception (preksha) forms the very basis of meditation (dhyan). A visual is very important to form a concentrate and deep impression. That is why this practice has been named preksha dhyan. Our...

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