Imagine a person overloaded with work, scrambling to meet a deadline or else stuck in traffic.
In such situations, the muscles tense, breathing becomes shallow, person starts to sweat,
the heart races and blood pressure rises.
Most of the times the person may not be able to fight or flee, the two most natural responses to stress -
such as in the case of traffic jam.
Thus one would remain chronically tense.
Unfortunately, it is next to impossible to live in 21st century and not ever be in a stressful situation.
Humans across the globe are becoming more and more prone to this silent killer, called as Stress.
The solution is meditation.
With meditation, mentally, you'll experience better focus, increased concentration and more stamina.
Emotionally, you will enjoy better balance, a better understanding of yourself and more control.
You can achieve the state of thoughtless awareness - a place of peace, calm and understanding.
Physically, every time you meditate, you will feel relaxed, calmer and rested.
Spiritually, you can awaken your Inner Energy and become better in tune with your inner self, gaining awareness and a clearer understanding of the world and your place in it.
Plus, people who meditate have lower blood pressure, increased resistance to stress
and improvements in metabolism, respiration, brain chemistry and heart rate.
Shri Mataji has been widely acclaimed around the world for her selfless efforts towards social improvement
and world peace.
She founded this meditation technique in early 1970 and since then this technique is being practiced in
more than 75 nations.
She has initiated a number of organizations for community service, including The
International Hospital and Cancer Research Centre,
a charity house for disadvantaged people in India,
a drug rehabilitation centre in Italy, and others.
Proclaimation Letter by West Lafayette Mayor (Click to Enlarge)
She has been twice nominated for Nobel Peace prize.
She continues to work relentlessly and tirelessly in helping to bring about our own personal
transformation and to raise our awareness to a higher level.