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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.


Case studies

When human knowledge ends


Dr. Jitendra Belani

This is an episode encountered in my early professional life. Those were the days when medical facilities, particularly help and investigations from super-specialist medical professionals, were very limited in our city. Read more...

Notes on counselling

A consciousness perspective of disability

Dr. Soumitra Basu

Society has changed its attitude towards the disabled from the times of ancient Rome and Sparta. This article tries to understand the phenomenon of disability from the itinerary of ‘waste’ as elaborated by Sri Aurobindo. His evolutionary paradigm also shows that the recalcitrant parts of the body have to be dealt with love and care so as to enhance receptivity to transformational changes.Read more...


Yoga

The power of harmony in times of crisis

Divyanshi Chugh

Contemporary psychological, social and ecological crises have their root in the crisis of consciousness. The ordinary consciousness is a consciousness of a narrow ego that brings chaos and discord, obscurity and disharmony. The new consciousness is being born to create a new world. It is a consciousness of love and oneness, unity in diversity, harmony and delight. Harmony will be the law of the new world. The Force of Harmony manifest in all aspects of being and life is a powerful response to the crises of our times. The article also talks about how to receive this Force. Read more...


Medicinal Plants

Tulsi, holy basil: a gentle energy tonic

Dr. Ed Bauman, Shiela Moorthy

Mental Health

This article aims to enlighten readers on the many ways that tulsi, holy basil, can enhance health when taken internally as food and beverage or supplements to manage for daily use, and how when taken alone or with modern medicine, it can reverse chronic disease states. Read more...


Yoga

Healing through works

James Anderson

We need to look at the way we work because this activity is an arena for either disintegration or healing. Through the Yoga of Works, we can address every pattern that surfaces in everyday living. If we truly give ourselves through work we are healed. Read more...

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