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NAMAH is a pioneer, peer-reviewed, internationally indexed body, mind and spirit journal with an integral vision looking at the influence of the spirit or soul in psychology and health.

Mental health

Mysticism and schizophrenia

Hemant Kapoor

Mental Health

This article attempts to bring out some of the differences between the mystic and psychotic. It can be confusing for modern psychologists who rely on external behaviour and have a tendency to club experiences of an unusual nature together into one category. In both, the mystic and psychotic, the shell of the ego, in which our soul lies trapped, bursts at some point and there is a rush of certain unusual experiences of a mixed nature. Read more...


Physician Heal Thyself

Nolini Kanta Gupta

Change is imperative but man is divided in nature and lacks the inclination to change. He looks to the outside for solutions. He has to change himself first in order to change the world. In his true consciousness however, he has the freedom and will to assert his integrality and with that, the world too will inevitably change. Read more...


Evolution Next — XI

Dr. Alok Pandey

Evolution is not a simple straight line nor is it exhausted with one brief life. If evolution is real then logically we have to bring in the idea of next life. This changes our entire perspective on child education and upbringing. We need to help them prepare for the future. This needs a new understanding and a new initiative. Read more...

Nutrition and diet

Collective bio-energetics: food detoxification — II

Joachim P. Seckel

As a second investigation of collective food detoxification, the current study focuses on organic versus inorganic food samples. Divided into two sub-studies, data collection was based on indicators of Applied Kinesiology, a type of muscle-testing (PDM). Initial baseline testing indicated a differential between the two food samples, with the inorganic showing a degree of toxicity, due mainly to trace amounts of pesticides. Following exposure to an Integral Bio-Energetic Field (IBEF) centre, however, the differential toxicity was eliminated, as found for both sub-studies. Read more...

Case study

An integrative approach — working through fear — case study of a 10-year-old boy

Dorathea Thompson

Persistent, excessive fear can be debilitating and a block to all levels of an individual’s growth. Left untreated, permanent alterations in brain chemistry can develop. This is especially of concern when the patient is a 10-year-old boy suffering from increasingly unabated fear, spanning over more than a year, which is deeply troubling and disruptive to him and his entire family. Read more...

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