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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.

The Body

Inner transformation and the physical resistance

The Mother

Mental Health

The force that comes down into one who is doing Yoga and helps him in his transformation, acts along many different lines and its results vary according to the nature that receives it and the work to be done. First of all, it hastens the transformation of all in the being that is ready to be transformed. Read more...

Mental Health

Anxiety in ontological terms

Dr. Soumitra Basu

The term ‘anxiety’ and its concept seems to be no less anxiety-provoking than the clinical states we associate with anxiety. We are still undecided if we should consider anxiety in a dimensional or categorical perspective for the truth may be somewhere in between. Read more...

Consciousness and health

Working through the vital

Pulkit Sharma

A majority of people believe that by following a particular system of self-improvement or yoga, they will be able to overcome the vital and baser parts of their being. However, despite various psychological and spiritual practices, these parts throw up a robust resistance. In such a scenario, there often comes a split wherein the person experiences spiritual insights in the meditative state but his waking consciousness rema````ins stagnant. Read more...

Complementary medicine

Assisting holistic healing with biochemic tissue-salts

Prashant Shivanand Shah

In 1873, Dr. Schuessler (a German homoeopath) analysed the ash content of human cells and identified the presence of 12 inorganic tissue salts. He believed that there is a biochemical basis to cellular health and that vitality of the body organs is maintained by a balance of these twelve salts. Whenever there is a deficiency of any of these inorganic salts in the body tissues, certain typical symptoms are found to arise.Read more...

Mental health

American psychology’s psychobiological perspective in the light of Sri Aurobindo’s theory of social development

Christian A. Latino

American psychology currently employs a psychobiological perspective in its study of the human psyche and tends to conduct its research using objective empirical methods based on the natural world. This article situates the American psychobiological perspective in Sri Aurobindo’s theory of social development, which posits that societal growth is evolutionary. Read more...

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