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Preksha Meditation, Ladnun
Preksha Meditation, Ladnun Preksha Meditation is the combination of knowledge from our ancient religious books, modern science and our experience. It is the practice of purifying our emotions and our conscious and realizing our own self and a technique of mediation for attitudinal change, behavioral modification and integrated development of personality.

Preksha meditation can help you
» Reduce physical stress and strengthen the immune system.
» Improve mental and emotional health.
» Develop personality, change harmful habits, and treat phobias.
» Enhance mental abilities, concentration & operational efficiency.
» Enhance creativity and develop career skills Increases Will-power, achieve goals, and much more.

The Yoga Master - Acharya Mahapragya
Acharya Mahapragyaji - often described as "A Living Legend" is not merely a person but also a purpose, not just a being but also a belief. He is that perception that cannot be bound by Time or Territory. Thought's churned out from the depths of his meditation are lasting and effective. He dispelled many myths about the religion and its rites and rituals. He said, "The religion which does not bring about a change in man's life, which does not impart peace to him, deserves to be thrown in the river Ganges rather than carried on as a burden on one's shoulders.

Rituals or idol worship alone are not enough unless one's conduct also gets transformed. Unless one is righteous and honest, both to himself and others, and leads a value oriented life, he is not religious despite his proclamation". He is an erudite scholar of Jain Agamas , a reputed critic of Indian and western philosophy ,a coordinator of Science and spiritualism and a sincere disciple of Acharya Tulsi.

Besides being a Philosopher - thinker lost in Philosophy he is also a sensitive poet. His verses both in Hindi and Sanskrit , reveal his subtle delicate feelings. As a poet , it is difficult to categories him into a type. Is he a poet of torrential waves of ecstasy or renunciation, a singer of the nature's beauty or its monstrosity or of the man in clutches of machine, mechanization or machinations nobody can tell. Sambodhi, Ashruvina, Mukulam (in Sanskrit) and Rishabhayana (in Hindi) are some of the literary Jewels contributed by him to the world of literature.

Yoga Master - Acharya Mahapragya This noble soul and great thinker was born in 1921 at Tamkar , a small village in Jhunjhunu district of Rajasthan (India) . At the tenure age of 10 years he became a monk . Under the table guidance of Acharya Shree Tulsi , he got his education and proved himself as an ardent disciple. A study of History , Philosophy , Logic, Grammar etc. made the foundations of his Knowledge strong and secure.

He also made an in-depth study of Modern Physics and Bio - sciences, Ayurveda ( Indian systems of medicines) Politics , Economics , and Sociology with the modern trends of Communism, Socialism and Capitalism and galley became a leader of all the senior and talented saints of Jainism. On several occasions he was honored in recognition of his extra ordinary scholarship and out standing contribution to the organizational affairs. At the age of 59 he was appointed the successor.

Preksha Meditation
Preksha Meditation is the combination of knowledge from our ancient religious books, modern science and our experience. Preksha Meditation is the practice of purifying our emotions and our conscious (chitta) and realizing our own self. Preksha Meditation is a technique of mediation for attitudinal change, behavioral modification and integrated development of personality.

Started in 1970 Preksha Meditation is the result of the untiring efforts of Ganadhipati Tulsi and Acharya Mahapragya. Acharya Mahapragya researched and experimented for twenty years to rediscover the process of meditation, which was practiced by Lord Mahaveera. Preksha Meditation is for everyone, irrespective of his or her race, religion language, colour, sex and belief.

Thousands of successful camps and seminars of national and international level have been organized to inculcate the techniques of this unique method called Preksha Meditation. More than 550,000 people around the world, with different cultural backgrounds and religions, have benefited from regularly practicing it. Amongst them are people from all walks of life.

Preksha Meditation has proved a panacea for transmutation of thoughts, development of right emotions, developments of right emotions, positive thoughts and after all increasing the efficiency of mind and body.

What is the end result of this experience?
Preksha Meditation. It leads to a life, which is balanced, blissful and full of peace; free from stress and enlightened in all respects. It helps to connect with your soul at its most profound level, achieving a state of super consciousness and increased concentration. Besides it endows upon us a boon of good health. In many cases participants have experienced vast relief in diseases like heart problem, blood pressure, diabetes and depression.

Yogasan is not only a physical exercise. It is a science, which develops personality, leads a person to harmony, peace, concentration and balance. It helps to practice meditation. Yoga is a group of ancient spiritual practices originating in India. As a general term in Hinduism it has been defined as referring to "technologies or disciplines of asceticism and meditation which are thought to lead to spiritual experience and profound understanding or insight into the nature of existence."

Yoga is also intimately connected to the religious beliefs and practices of the other Indian religions. Outside India, Yoga is mostly associated with the practice of asanas (postures) of Hatha Yoga or as a form of exercise, although it has influenced the entire Indian religions family and other spiritual practices throughout the world.

Yogasana is a self-help system for curing and preventing illness, stress and enhancing physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health. Its key concept is to increase vital energy. The energy is then circulated into health, vitality, balanced emotions, creative and spiritual expression.

Illness is caused by a blockage of energy. Too much or too little energy in one part of the body results in disease to the part and stresses the entire body. Stress or injury to one organ, Gland or system weakens the entire body.

The body is also self-regulatory and will naturally move towards balance if you are regular in practice. Western medical doctors have only recently discovered the disastrous effects on health of stressful living, and their methods of coping with stress are still in their infancy.

Preksha yoga meditation. In Ganadhipati Gurudeva Shree Tulsi and Acharya Mahapragya's view, Asana is the best way for correcting this imbalance by awakening vital energy and circulating it to the needed areas.

Asana and meditation lead a man to transfer the stress and negative emotions into creativity, learning, healing and peak.

Major branches of Yoga include: Hatha Yoga, Karma Yoga, Jnana Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, and Raja Yoga. Raja Yoga, known simply as Yoga in the context of Hindu philosophy, is one of the six orthodox (astika) schools of thought, established by the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali.

Yogasana involves the harmonious development of all the muscles, tissues, cells and nerves of the body, including all of the internal organs. Regular practice of yogasana energizes the mind as well as the body. It rejuvenates fatigued muscles and releases moodiness by elevating endorphin levels.

Yogasana is critical for keeping energy levels high and reducing stress. Yoga movements are gentle and rhythmic. All of these qualities conserve energy and promotes lasting results.

Another advantage of yoga is that yoga does not require a pool, a bicycle or other equipment.

Yogasana requires only a clean, well-ventilated space about ten feet square, whereas swimming, cycling, aerobic exercises require a pool, a bicycle or other equipment. There are innumerable asanas, but not all of them are really necessary, we will deal here with some asanas which are the most popular and useful in curing ailments 'and maintaining mental health.

Breathing process is also very important with asanas. {Please note that a person who suffers from heart disease should not practice Uttanpadasana, Sarvangasana, Halasana, or any other exercise which requires bending downwards.