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Balance Your Chi

Greatest People of All Time; First place-Nirmala Srivastava/Shri Mataji/ January 26, 2014


http://www.thetoptens.com/greatest-people/

 

BBC-Stressed parents ‘make kids ill’ December 31, 2013


Balance your chakras and protect your children from your bad energy.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/7302955.stm

Parents with stressful lives may be making their children as well as themselves vulnerable to illness, research suggests.

A University of Rochester study, reported by New Scientist, found sickness levels were higher in children of anxious or depressed parents.

It also found links between stress and immune system activity in the children.

A UK scientist said children were “highly resilient”, and urged parents not to worry about the findings.

 I believe that children are highly resilient, and their systems are sufficiently robust to cope with this 
Dr David Jessop
Bristol University

It has long been known that stress can cause immune system changes that make a person more prone to infections and other illnesses.

However, the new study, first published in the journal Brain, Behavior and Immunity, is the first to provide evidence that the problem can be transmitted from parent to child.

The researchers, led by Dr Mary Caserta, followed the parents of 169 children over a three-year period, with the parents recording instances of childhood illness, before undergoing six-monthly psychiatric evaluations.

The total number of illnesses was significantly higher in the children of parents with higher levels of “emotional stress”.

In addition, immune cells in the blood of the children was measured, and those with more stressed parents had raised levels.

The researchers conceded that allowing parents to measure the illness in their children could skew the results, as over-anxious parents were more likely to record higher levels.

However, they said that the findings still strongly suggested a connection between parental stress and children’s health.

Stress relief

Dr David Jessop, a researcher in stress and health at Bristol University, said that longer-term studies were needed to measure both the immediate impact of the stress, and how children recovered in periods of less parental anxiety.

He said that it would be wrong for the research to worsen the plight of parents already suffering from stress.

“The 64,000 dollar question is, once this stress is alleviated, do the children’s immune systems return to normal, or are they scarred for life?

“I believe that children are highly resilient, and their systems are sufficiently robust to cope with this.

“Although it is a good study, parents should not let it worry them unduly.

 

Dattatreya Jayanti – Purnima 17 Dec 2013 December 15, 2013


Ten incarnations of primordial master Adi Guru Dattatreya by Shri Mataji.

How all the knowledge taught by Ten masters came true through self realisation and experience of kundalini awakening and spiritual growth through sahajayoga as taught by Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi.

 

Evening Explores Research Into Medical Benefits of Sahaja Yoga Meditation December 7, 2013


http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/evening-explores-research-into-medical-benefits-of-sahaja-yoga-meditation-402210.htm

Date: Tuesday 10th December
Time: 7.30-10.00pm
Venue: Ealing Town Hall, New Broadway, Ealing, West London, W5 2BY

London, UK — (SBWIRE) — 12/06/2013 – How can Sahaja Meditation improve your emotional and physical well-being? Join us on Tuesday 10th December at 7.30pm in Ealing Town Hall to find out.

Katya Rubia, Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience, the Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College will discuss the medical findings concerning Sahaja Yoga Meditation. The evening is open to all and will explore 20 years of Scientific Research into this Yoga practice, revealing the positive effects that can be achieved, from reduced blood pressure and heart rate, to improvements in mental health including stress and anxiety.

The benefits that Yoga and Meditation can bring to physical and medical health have attracted medical research across the world. The state of thoughtless awareness experienced in Sahaja Yoga has shown to encourage positive changes in the body and the brain.

Research reveals that Sahaja Yoga Meditation reduces physiological measures of stress and activates the parasympathetic nervous system that relaxes and restores body functions. Sahaja Yoga Meditation is also proven to encourage a different brain state by activating areas in the brain that are important for deep concentration and positive emotions. This is the subjective state of thoughtless awareness and joy that people experience in Meditation (Sat-Chit-Ananda in Sanskrit). Whilst experiencing this state, the findings show that happy chemicals are released in the brain, beta-emdorphins, allowing positive emotions and strengthening the immune system.

These positive effects on the body and the brain explain why extensive research has shown that Sahaja Yoga Meditation is effective as a cure for many disorders, ranging from physical problems such as epilepsy, asthma, menopause and work stress to mental disorders such as depression, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), drug abuse, and others.

This meditation technique has very positive effects on the body, the brain and the psyche that are not just subjective but can be measured and demonstrated objectively. Please join us to hear the benefits that Sahaja Yoga Meditation could bring to you.

Date: Tuesday 10th December

Time: 7.30-10.00pm

Venue: Ealing Town Hall, New Broadway, Ealing, West London, W5 2BY

For more information
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Sаhaja Yoga Medical Posters December 3, 2013


 

Who tries to be individualistic will be lost December 1, 2013


“It’s not individual. This is Mahayoga. 

Anybody who tries to be individualistic will be lost, will be no more in the circulation. 

This I’ve told you hundred, and hundred and one time. And the spirit can only grow in collectivity because the nature of spirit is universal. 

You cannot achieve anything exclusively.Those who tried it will fail. 
You all have to join together and should know that you all awakened people. 
In the Primordial Being, you are like the awakened cells who know the Primordial Being and who have the powers by which they can communicate the powers of God to other people.

You all have to be absolutely one with each other, not to find faults but to love and enjoy each other. That’s the best way you can move.”  H.H.Mataji Shree Nirmala Devi ,

Are You Seekers, 24 November 1980.
Public Program.
Caxton Hall,
London (UK),
 

Guru Nanak Jayanti – 17 Nov 2013 November 17, 2013


“As I told you yesterday that Mohammad Saab and Nanaka are both the same personalities of Dattatreya. The instance is given, in the life of Guru Nanaka, when he was sleeping people told him that your feet are towards Mecca, Kaaba towards Kaaba he said, alright I’ll remove my feet and put wherever you say, then they put his feet towards the other side and again they found that his feet were facing towards Kaaba then he said tell me the place where there is no Kaaba I’ll put my feet, but they couldn’t arrange it at all, because wherever he placed his feet it was such a Maya that always they found that the feet were towards Kaaba. Now Kaaba is a place where you have a beautiful Shivlinga, which is called as Mekkaeshwar Shiva in our puranas, from ancient times it is mentioned that, there is a pinda which is absolutely Vibrating and which is there.” - Shri Mataji, 07/02/1981, New Delhi, India

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