Preksha Therapy

In this age of technology, industrialisation and overpopulation, we are constantly subjected to tremendous stresses and ten­sions. These, in turn, produce psychosomatic diseases like hyper­tension, insomnia, and various types of heart problems. In desperation, people take to drinking and dangerous drugs, which give temporary relief, but create more serious problems. The remedy does not lie in drugs or fantasy, but in the process of catharsis and development of the inherent powers. Preksha Therapy employs a holistic approach towards the mental, emotional, psychological and physical health.

Preksha Therapy is a process of catharsis, which purges out psychological distortions such as cruelty, hatred, retaliation etc. It is physio-psychotherapy to cure physical, mental and emotional sicknesses of the individuals. It is a proper and powerful therapy to annihilate the root causes of all social evils and disorders. Once the root causes of physical diseases, mental imbalances and emotional distortions are removed, there will emerge a state of unprecedented individual and social health. The Three Dimensions of Preksha are: i) Yoga ii) Meditation iii) Therapy. The main objective of Preksha Therapy is just not to acquire physical goodness but to acquire total 'psychical' goodness by eradicating all evil from one's thoughts, speech and action.

 

Physical Problems

Mental & Emotional Problems

  1. Debility ( Physical Weakness)
  2. High Blood Pressure
  3. Low Blood Pressure
  4. Headache
  5. Heart Weakness
  6. Indigestion
  7. Insomnia
  8. Acidity
  9. Respiratory Disorder
  10. Piles
  1. Stress
  2. Anger
  3. Fear
  4. Intolerance
  5. Impatience
  6. Bad Dreams
  7. Anxiety
  8. Jealousy
  9. Negative Emotion
  10. Imbalanced Mentality
Managing Stress
The modern age has given man many comforts. It has also given a fast life. Almost everything is constantly changing. It has brought peer pressure, traffic jams, riots, violence, gangs, competition...

Do You Know ?
Scientific breathing begins with a slow, calm and complete exhalation. Contraction of the abdominal muscles helps to evacuate the lungs by raising the diaphragm. Having emptied the lungs, the next step is to fill it up to the maximum extent.

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