International Journal of Yogic, Human Movement and Sports Sciences
2021, Vol. 6 Issue 1, Part B
Analytical study of impact of meditation on sociability and self-concept among school girls
AUTHOR(S): Dr. Hitesh D Rathod
Meditation helps an individual overcome these emotions to facilitate a calm peaceful mind and healthy and stress free body. Meditation promotes relaxation, develops self-concept, self-confidence, positive attitude and socialability and reduces stress as well as anxiety. The aim of the present study intended to find out of effects of meditation on social ability and self-concept of school boys. Total ninety private school girls (N=90) of District Nagpur, Maharashtra State were selected at randomly as subjects for the present study. The age limit of the subjects was 17-19 years. All the subjects were divided into two equal groups such as Gr. M and Gr. C. Group. M was experimental group and Gr. C served as control group. Socialability Questionnaire designed by Berent Jonathan and Self-concept Questionnaire designed by Dr. Beena Shah and both questionnaires were employed to all the subjects of Gr. M and Gr. C and thereafter specific meditation as a treatment was given to Gr. M for five days in a week and continued six months and finally the subjects were retested on criterion measures. The data were analysed by paired t– test to find out the effects of the treatment. The results of the present study showed that the social ability and self-concept were improved significantly at .05 level of confidence among meditation practitioners group after six month treatment.
Conclusion: Social ability and self-concept of meditation practitioners group was improved significantly after six months treatment.
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Dr. Hitesh D Rathod. Analytical study of impact of meditation on sociability and self-concept among school girls. Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2021;6(1):114-116.