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International Journal of Yogic, Human Movement and Sports Sciences

2017, Vol. 2 Issue 2, Part H

Meditation-awakening the inner joy

AUTHOR(S): Dr. Augustine George
ABSTRACT:
Stress of the day because of job pressure, disease condition, environmental pollution, family commitment, is taking the toll on our health. People are forgetting there true identity and is always stressed. Stress related health problems are on a rise like never before. Research has indicated that most of the diseases today have its origin in stress. Though optimal or mild stress is helpful in doing things gracefully high and unmanageable stress takes negatively on health. Meditation is an effective and inexpensive means to overcome stress. It could be easily learned and practiced. The best part of it is that it could be done anywhere and at any time, while travelling, in the office and so on and takes only a few minutes. But to reap advantage one should practice it regularly and for that a strong will is required. Meditation provides a sense of peace, calmness and inner joy. There are many kind of meditation and one can chose any one based on their interest and suitability. All types of meditation focus on attention and are aimed for relaxation.
Pages: 430-432  |  88 Views  2 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. Augustine George. Meditation-awakening the inner joy . Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2017;2(2):430-432.
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