Dealing with Stress
Many in Scotland may suffer the effects of stress in their daily life, just like most everywhere else. Yet what to do about it?
Whilst modern medicine has no doubt made many advances, sometimes we may feel left alone in handling what life throws at us.
Stress and anxiety are two experiences which we often feel we could do better without. Who needs them, right? Most medical practioners recognise that stress & anxiety contribute to ill health and disease, yet views differ about how best to cope with these conditions.
A simple stress management technique like Sahaja Yoga Meditation may help you gain relief.
Those who try Sahaja Yoga Meditation may feel some measure of relaxation, relief or calmness almost immediately.
Attend a Free weekly Meeting and receive your Self Realisation
Each week across Scotland many people experience this actualisation at one of the many free meditation & yoga classes on offer. See the various Meet Up Pages below for details:
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Occasionally we hold special 1 day retreats to help those interested, deepen their individual experience and hear advice and tips from those who have been practicing for some time. It’s ultimately all about getting into ‘thoughtless awareness’, sometimes referred to as ‘mental silence’. To learn about these retreats and other Sahaj events you are invited to subscribe to the Sahaj eNewsletter, which is circulated a few times each year. Register to receive the Sahaj eNewsletter
Experience your Self-Realisation online now – what to do?
Sit upright and relaxed, cross-legged, on the floor or if you choose, sit on a chair, place your feet a little apart from each other, without shoes: you need to be comfortable so that your attention can be free to follow the exercise.
Rest your hands on your lap, palms open and upward; the left hand will remain still, while the right hand will move. You can now follow the exercise showed in the video by Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, the founder of Sahaja Yoga.