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W H A T I S S T R E S S M A N A G E M E N T D R S H R I N I W A S K A S H A L I K A R

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  • 1. WHAT IS STRESS MANAGEMENT? DR. SHRINIWAS KASHALIKAR The lack or utter deficiency of perspective, policies, plans and actions of universal welfare, at the international, national, local and individual level is a hallmark of and main cause of stress. However, most of us are not conscious of the stress we are undergoing! The atmosphere of individualistic petty pursuits and glorification of petty successes and failures seem to have stupefied us! We are either indulging in petty gratifications; or involved in grumbling and complaining hysterically; rather than growing and evolving in our perspective, policies and actions. Can NAMASMARAN rectify us? Can the so called spiritual emancipation or liberation be reflected in our material surroundings? Or is the stress management equivalent to slumber under the guise of meditation, dancing under the illusion of devotion and mercenary transactions with the greed and/ or promises of petty achievements? We have to ask ourselves, “What is stress management?” DR. SHRINIWAS KASHALIKAR

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