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THE BODY, MIND AND SPIRIT JOURNAL

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.


Patterns of illness

Stepping Back


The Mother

Most of you live on the surface of your being, exposed to the touch of external influences. You live almost projected, as it were, outside your own body, and when you meet some unpleasant being similarly projected you get upset. The whole trouble arises out of your not being accustomed to stepping back. Read more...


Mental health

The delusional thought-space and cosmic consciousness

A clinical dilemma

In a world torn by religious dissonance, communal hatred and internecine conflicts, the delusional space in the psychotic thought-world appears to be an exception. Of course, the delusional space is a forbidden zone and mental health professionals actually know very little of it. The schizophrenic who exhibits social withdrawal and is not comfortable with inter-personal relationships can nevertheless continue to love someone in fantasy without the object of the love ever being aware of it. It would be impossible to explain such an anomaly. Read more...


Notes on counselling

Aftermath of suicide — a consciousness perspective

Dr. Soumitra Basu

Suicidal behaviour does not end with the demise of the subject but has social and cosmic ramifications. The aftermath of suicide where others can get unknowingly affected also deserves attention. The occult implications necessitate a consciousness-based counselling approach. Read more...


Evolution

Evolution Next XV

Dr. Alok Pandey

Mental Health

Humanity today is undergoing a massive shift leading to much confusion. The old values are fast disappearing and the new are yet not in sight. This needs a rethinking in our approach towards children and adolescents who are caught up between two worlds. Read more...


The inner approach to health

Dissolving desire

James Anderson

Desire is not healthy. It impedes our growth. It has no place in the New World. The only way to dissolve desire is to live in the true consciousness and, when it arises, to act upon it from that poise. When that happens it can be transformed into the psychic counterpart of aspiration. Read more...

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