Tag: Stress Management

Sahaja Yoga Meditation Is The Most Practical Thing in Your Life – a story how i found my dream job

Have you ever had the dread of having to search for a new job? Getting stressed over interviews with people who will scrutinize every bit of your professional self, moving you through seemingly endless cycles of assessments together with sometimes 200+ competitors, then the anxious waiting for a ‘Yes’ that might never come… no fun!
But with Sahaja Yoga Meditation nothing to make your hair grey (or greyer)!

International Yoga Day – Live now!

Don’t miss out on this wonderful opportunity to meet amazing speakers and learn about so many facets of a spiritual life!

https://www.sahajayoga.org.in/live

free daily online meditations

Why Meditation? Fears and stress alarms our autonomic nervous-system into a “fight or flight” reaction which is soothed down by the parasympathetic nervous-system when the “danger” has passed. Continuous fears and stress keep us in the “fight or flight” state and puts an enormous… Continue Reading “free daily online meditations”

United Airlines India boss has been practicing Sahaja yoga for 14 yrs, helps him de-stress

By Masoom Gupte Harvinder Singh, country manager of United Airlines, India shared how he likes to de-stress with ET Panache. “My biggest stress buster is Sahaja Yoga meditation that I have been practicing for almost 14 years. I also conduct workshops for educational institutions,… Continue Reading “United Airlines India boss has been practicing Sahaja yoga for 14 yrs, helps him de-stress”

A Stress-Free Life

Sir C.P. Srivastava,  former secretary of Prime Minister Shastri in India and later on secretary-general of the London-based International Maritime Organization, a United Nations agency, gives a glimpse into his life with his wife, Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi at a conference about stress & tension management. He… Continue Reading “A Stress-Free Life”

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