January-June 2019 | Vol 7 | Issue 1
Seeing the truth: Yoga for health and harmony
According to Patanjali, there are five modifications of mind: pramana, the right knowledge; viparyaya, wrong knowledge; vikalpa, distracted mind; nidra, deep state sleep without dreams; and smriti, ...
Human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immune deficiency syndrome: A relook into the challenge from an integrated, yogic perspective
HIV/AIDS is said to be one of the deadliest disease of modern times, incurable. The disease, is taking fortune out of the victims physically, mentally, psychologically, socially and economically. Ef...
Assessment of dreams in context to health and disease: Traditional Indian understanding
Background and Aims: Ayurveda is one of the most ancient prevailing medical sciences. The interpretation of dreams to understand one's mind is a valid concept in modern literature and has...
Transformative effects of yoga nidra on hedonic and eudemonic dimensions of well-being: A qualitative study in trainee teachers
Context: Incorporation of educational measures which enhance well-being is one of the priority needs of mainstream education in the 21st century. Yoga nidra is an ancient Indian pr...
Letter to Editor
“How to Interpret Integral Area Variable of Gas Discharge Visualization?” – Response to the Letter to Editor
Recently, a letter was published in your esteemed journal in which it was pointed that the discussion part of our previous publication was erroneous. In the letter, the authors argued th...
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