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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.


The Aim of Medicine

Āyurveda in the light of the Integral Yoga

Dr. Swarupa Nishar and Govind Nishar

Mental Health

This talk is about the truth of Āyurveda. It has gems on Āyurveda that many physicians trained in Āyurvedic medicine have lost sight of. It is also an eye-opener for what to expect when you take Āyurvedic medicine. Read more...


Yogic insights into human psychology

Beyond humanity

Dr. Alok Pandey

Our experience, perception and response to life are limited by our state of consciousness. While we invest much time and energy in changing the world around us yoga reveals that the first step to change anything is to change ourselves within. While the change of consciousness has always been considered as the penultimate aim of yoga, the question remains as to how far this change can go. Can it, for example, go as far as creating a new humanity out of the old, a new species perhaps with new faculties and who knows eventually even the transmutation of the body into a new divine body? This article touches upon this aspect of yoga as part of the general spiritual evolution of man. Read more...


Insight

“Finally it is Faith that cures”


James Anderson

Faith is something innate to us, but it is what we relinquish through our conditioning. Faith is a certitude which, over time, is ceded and must be retrieved. What was once a natural connection must be made conscious through yoga. For the work of transformation, faith must eventually be implanted into each one of our cells. Read more...

Pain

"Pain is the touch of our Mother"

The Mother

Pain is the touch of our Mother teaching us how to bear and grow in rapture. She has three stages of her schooling, endurance first, next equality of soul, last ecstasy. Read more...


Mental health

Apropos exclusivism in thinking

Dr. Soumitra Basu

One of the greatest concerns in psychiatry is the issue of delusional thinking that underlies the phenomenon of psychotic illness. A delusion is considered to be a firm, fixed, false idea that cannot be corrected by reasoning and presentation of facts to the contrary and that is out of tune with the subject’s socio-cultural and educational background. There might be weird delusions with homicidal intent which can become difficult to deal with, as they defy all logic and are not amenable to counselling. Such delusions constitute a threat to society and have to be professionally dealt with. In extreme cases, such subjects have to be isolated from the rest of the community till he or she recovers meaningful insights. Read more...


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