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Friday, January 8, 2010

Words of Experience

Many a times the Sahajayoga is also looked upon merely out of curiosity, or to test its reality or rather to brush it aside with the help of science. That is but natural, when in this world full of Maya, there are so many Gurus exploiting the sufferings of the people by new tricks. However, at last everybody has to accept the truth , the reality, the evidence, the proof, the outcome of research of sahajayoga benefiting various aspects of life.



Following are the few words expressed by various learned people in the world about Sahajayoga and its effect on society. Kindly have a look at it.



United Earth Organisation
United Earth Organization"Shri Mataji's discovery brings genuine hope to humanity. "
Claes Nobel, Chairman of United Earth Organization,Grandnephew of Alfred Nobel, Nobel Prize Founder
Rikers Island"...



the inmate population would constantly approach me regarding the stress level being reduced due to their learned meditation. You were very reliable and an asset to my facility. "
Maria Gerena, Captain R.A.P. Unit Rikers IslandCorrectional Facility, New York City, Department of Corrections
The National Institutes of Health
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I want you to know that many of our patients who serve as research participants in our Clinical Center have benefited from practicing Sahaja Yoga. We have been graced by a couple of excellent teachers in this last year … in introducing your meditative techniques to our patients on Wednesdays and many of our staff have been weekly participants on Fridays. I thank you for making available this effective method for enhancing health and peacefulness. "
George Patrick, Ph.D.Chief, Recreation Therapy, Rehabilitation Department, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MDUS Department of Health and Human Services



Su Casa, Methadone To Abstinence Residence"The utilization of meditation for the detoxification process is new at Su Casa. We are surprised and pleased with the consistent voluntary attendance that the meditation program has attracted. While the therapeutic community approach often makes use of manda tory participation of groups, this group has carried it's own weight and we intend to continue the positive collaboration at our place of residential care. "
Denise Donovant, MA, Assistant Director, MTARLower Eastside Service Center, New York City


William Cullen Bryant High School

"Your commitment to raise the students' awareness about the ills of stress as a deterrent to drug use was very evident as students and staff reached out and actively participated to learn more about Sahaja Yoga Meditation... Thank you for enhancing our school community with a very positive way to stay stress free. "
Thalia StylianouWilliam Cullen Bryant High School, New York City





City of Rockville, Maryland"

Many people return week after week and everyone reports a sense of relaxation following the classes. People are thrilled that such a program is offered to them free of charge!... an opportunity to learn how to have self-awareness regarding their physical, mental, and emotional balance. Thanks again for agreeing to work with us to bring such a quality program to the City of Rockville. I look forward to our continued partnership. "
Mandy BenderslyYouth, Family, and Community Specialist, City of Rockville, MD

These are the few from eminent personalities. The experience worldwide is the same. It produces the same kind of results- irrespective of the person.s age, sex, education, nationality, religion, cult etc. This is so because it is the divine power of Adi Shakti- Mataji Nirmala Devi.

What are you thinking now. It is totally free throught the life all over the world. Don't resist such life changing opportunity. Mataji will definitely bless you.

Jai Shri Mataji.
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The Therapeutic Effects of Meditation

Have a look at what experts in the field of medicines have to say about Sahajyoga-

The Therapeutic Effects of Meditation

Dr Ramesh Manocha, a clinical research fellow at the Sydney Royal Hospital for Women's Natural Therapies Unit, says: "One of the problems with meditation research is that the definitions are very imprecise, and that has led to very mixed and mediocre results under scientific conditions." Manocha headed a research team that conducted a randomised controlled trial on using Sahaja yoga meditation in the management of moderate to severe asthma. The results were published in the world's leading asthma journal, Thorax."We selected a very specific definition that is a very traditional definition of meditation - Sahaja Yoga." Sahaja Yoga meditation was founded by Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi in India in 1970. It is, says Avinash Nichkawde, Sahaja Yoga's national co-ordinator, based on an understanding of "a subtle energy system that exists within each one of us ... that governs all aspects of our life - physical, mental, emotional and spiritual," he says. "With the techniques of Sahaja Yoga you can understand how it works. It's practical in nature, very results orientated, very genuine, very scientific."Nichkawde provided Manocha with meditation tutors free of charge for the study. Manocha is at considerable pains to point out that he is indebted to Nichkawde for being able to use the technique, and for his expert guidance during his research. "My name gets out there in connection with this technique," says Manocha, "and people think that I developed it."The trial compared two groups of people with moderate to severe asthma over 16 weeks. The first group was taught a standard form of stress management, says Manocha, while the second group was taught Sahaja Yoga meditation techniques.Each group practised twice a day for 10 minutes during the trial period."What we found was that the meditators improved more psychologically, and they showed significant improvements in physical dimensions of the disease process as well," he says. The same improvement wasn't seen in the people doing the stress management. What this means, says Manocha "is that this mental silence approach to meditation isn't just making people feel better, they are also doing something that is reducing the severity of the disease process." All subjects were tested for airway hyper-responsiveness ("considered the best and most objective measure currently available to assess disease severity in the asthmatic lung") over the 16 weeks. Manocha says the results of the study were remarkable, because often meditation trials compare "meditation to nothing", while this study compares meditation with stress management. Trials that measure the effectiveness of meditation alone, he says, will show "that meditation does something", but that often "more conventional approaches to reducing stress come out looking equally effective". "What that really means is that the scientific evidence [until now] doesn't support the idea that meditation is anything better than a placebo effect," he says. "The main aim of our research at the Royal Hospital for Women is to what effect there is above and beyond the placebo effect and simple relaxation and rest."With this technique called Sahaja Yoga," he says, "we have actually found that there is an effect, and it is quite substantial in the areas that we looked at. It's better than any research that's been done in the world."It's a big call. And as well as being published in Thorax magazine, Manocha's trial is also mentioned in an editorial, The Therapeutic Effects of Meditation, in the British Medical Journal .

reference-http://divinesahajayoga.blogspot.com/2005/11/therapeutic-effects-of-meditation.html