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    • The Stress became the common word in our everyday language
      • In our own words define the stress. why we believe there is a more or less stress in our today’s society?
    • What is Stress ?
      • Stress is your mind and body’s response
      • or reaction to a real or imagined threat,
      • event or change. The threat ,event or changes
      • are commonly called stressors, Stressors can
      • be internal (thoughts, beliefs, attitudes or
      • external (loss, tragedy, change)
      • Stress is like a TV commercial even a short one is too long
      • Stress is harmful, uncontrollable and beyond coping. It has physical and emotional effects
    • Stages of Stress
      • .
      • As you begin to experience a stressful event some psychological changes occur in your body. this experience or perception disrupts your body’s normal balance and immediately your body begins to respond to the stressors as effectively as possible
      Alarm Stage:
    • Example:
      • Cardiac - increased heart beats ,
      • Respiratory –increased respiration
      • Skin -decreased temperature
      • Hormonal -increased stimulation of adrenal
      • genes which produce an adrenal rush
    • RESISTANCE STAGE:
      • during this stage your body tries to cope or adapt to the stressors by beginnings a process of repairing and damage which has caused. Your friends may notice changes in you before you do so it is important to examine their feedback to make sure you do not reach overload
    • Example:
      • behavior indicators include-lack of enthusiasm for family, school, work of life in general, withdrawal, change in eating habits, insomnia, hypersonic, anger, fatigue ,Poor problem solving, confusion, nightmares,
    • Emotional indicators include:
      • Tearfulness
      • Fear
      • Anxiety
      • Panic
      • Guilt
      • Agitation
      • Depression
      • Overwhelmed
    • EXHAUSTION STAGE:
      • during this stage the stressor is not being managed effectively and the body and mind are not able to repair the damage
    • Example:
      • Digestive disorders,
      • withdrawal,
      • headaches,
      • tension,
      • insomnia,
      • loss of temper
    • The most serious result of stress is:
      • LOSS OF CONCENTRATION WHICH EFFECTS ON YOUR STUDY IN RESULT YOU MAY FAIL OR get POOR MARKS, WHICH LEADS YOU TO TAKE SERIOUS STEPS
    • THE QUESTIONS IS
      • IS THERE ANY SOLUTION?
    • YES
      • THERE IS A SOLUTION
    • What is that ?
    • The single word, which can save you and can change your life
    • The word is none other than “YOGA”
    • Students need more concentration
      • What is concentration?
      • Everybody possesses some ability to concentrate. Everybody does concentrate to a certain extent when he reads a book, when he writes a letter, when he plays tennis, and in fact, when he does any kind of work. But, for spiritual purposes, concentration should be developed to an infinite degree.
    • Students need more concentration
      • There is great concentration when you play cards or chess, but the mind is not filled with pure and divine thoughts. The mental contents are of an undesirable nature. You can hardly experience the divine thrill, ecstasy, and elevation when the mind is filled with impure thoughts. Every object has its own mental associations. You will have to fill up the mind with sublime, spiritual thoughts. Then only the mind will be expurgated of all worldly thoughts.
    • How to do concentrate?
      • Sit on any comfortable pose. Place a picture of your Ishta Devata in front of you. Look at the picture with a steady gaze. Then close your eyes and visualise the picture in the centre of your heart or in the space between the eyebrows.
      • The mind should be trained to concentrate on gross objects in the beginning; and later on, you can successfully concentrate on subtle objects and abstract ideas.
    • How to do concentrate?
      • There is no concentration without something to rest the mind upon. Concentrate on anything that appeals to you as good or anything which the mind likes best. It is very difficult to fix the mind, in the beginning, on any object which the mind dislikes.
    • HOW TO INCREASE YOUR POWER OF CONCENTRATION?
      • A man whose mind is filled with passion and all sorts of fantastic desires can hardly concentrate on any object even for a second.
      • Whatever work you do, do with perfect concentration. Never leave the work without finishing it completely.
    • HOW TO INCREASE YOUR POWER OF CONCENTRATION?
      • There are many techniques but the only easy technique is
      • PRANAYAM
    • IMPORTANCE OF AN ETHICAL BASIS
      • Purify the mind first through the practice of right conduct and then take to the practice of concentration. Concentration without purity of mind is of no avail.
    • THE KEY OF SUCCESS
      • CONCENTRATION & PRANAYAMA
      • THE MASTER KEY TO SUCCESS
    • THE TECHNIQUE OF PRANAYAMA OR BREATHING EXCERSICE
      • Ujjayee
      • Bhramari
      • Nadi Shuddhi Pranamayam
      • Anuloma Viloma
      • Kapalabhati
      • Bastrika
    • Some rules for Pranayama
      • Select a clean and peaceful place for doing Pranayama . If possible, choose a place near a clean pond or river.
    • Some rules for Pranayama
      • Sit either in any of the Asanas , viz. Padmasana , Sidhasana or Vajrasana , which ever you find convenient. The sheet or cloth (cotton or wool etc.) on which you sit must be a non-conductor of electricity.
    • Some rules for Pranayama
      • Breathe only through the nose, because by doing so the air which you take in, is filtered. During daytime when you are not sitting for the performance of Pranayama make it a habit to do respire only through nose and not through mouth. Nasal respiration keeps the temperature of the Nadis (Vessels) –'Ida',Pingala and 'susmana' even. It also prevents foreign and harmful objects from getting into lungs.
    • Make ready your Body For Pranayama
      • Before Practicing Pranayama you need to make ready your body by practicing
      • ASANA
    • Selected Asana for Students
      • Pawana Mukta Asana Series
      • Vrikshasan
      • Natarajasan
      • Matsyasan
      • Vipareet Karani
      • Sarvangasana
      • Halasan
    • Selected Asana for Students
      • Surya Namaskarasana
      • Warrior Sequence
      • Rowing Boat
      • Churning the mill
      • Wheel Pose
      • Bridge Pose
      • Half spinal twist
    • How to Relax your Mind
      • Savasana
      • 15 min Yoga nidra
      • Soham Technique
    • MEDITATION
      • Music Meditation
      • Guided Meditation
      • Visualisation Meditation
      • Zen Meditation.