The Inner & Outer Self THE SOUL THE BODYNon physical PhysicalImmortal MortalEternal TemporaryConscious No ConsciousnessConstant self image Changing self-imageNatural state of peace State of motion
THE SELF & THE WORLD - 1 HE A LTHY S TA TE SELF * Peaceful, strong, happy MIND * Clear, creative, tranquil, alert BODY * Disease-free, strong, balanced RELATIONSHIPS * Harmonious, truthful, loveful SOCIETY * Organised, just, peaceful ENVIRONMENT * Clean, harmonious, balanced
Psychological Dimensions for Decision Making Locus of Control Mental Risk Profile Tolerance Values Self Concept For Perceptions Ambiguity Orientation
Who am I ?• I have a soul in me.• I have a soul in my body.• I am a soul in my body. Which is the correct statement ?
The Inner Self thinks, feels, experiences, imagines, STATE OF forms ideas CONSCIOUSNESS THOUGHT POWER Mind Sanskars Intellect WILL POWER RECORD OF ImpressionsEXPERIENCES evaluates, reasons, habits, tendencies, decides, discerns, memories, talents, understands qualities
The Thought Process Responsibilities1) Necessary Thoughts Information Experience Past2) Waste Thoughts Present Future Unrighteous3) Negative Thoughts Inauspicious Evil Righteous4) Positive Thoughts Auspicious Good
VALUES PEOPLE LIVE AS LONG ASVALUES REMAIN. IF THEIR VALUES GO THEN THEY WILL ALSO GO.
VALUES They are the foundation oflearning They are the beauty of a person They are the treasure of life They nurture the soul They bring harmony inrelationships They empower society
MEDITATION1. Practice of Higher Consciousness2. Inner Journey3. Communication with Supreme Energy4. Consciously Directed Thinking Process Towards Positive Path and Aim5. Self-Development Exercise
RAJYOGA MEDITATION It is a natural technique in which the practice of positive thinking based on eternal spiritual truths gives way for self-realisation and God-realisation leading to positive self transformation. Meditation means creating Positive, Powerful and Purposeful thoughts.