Dr. Abdul Kalam, in his book Transcendence, quoted Bruce Lipton’s research which indicates that it is the environment, and more specifically, our attitude to or perception of the environment which controls our gene activity and hence our life. So, it is not that the gene dictates everything. It simply means “mind over matter”! Gene might control to a certain extent, but environment influences the gene and furthermore, our own attitude effects the gene.
Based on the gene, a person has certain qualities, strengths and weaknesses. That is to say, these qualities are inherent in a person. In the process of development, these possibilities undergo change. What makes the change is the environment. Certain positive aspects can be strengthened by the environment and certain not so positive aspects can be dissolved by the kind of environment one is in. Or on the contrary, the positive can get suppressed, and the unwholesome be strengthened by the environment. Therefore, environment plays a very vital role.
There are different varying conditions in the environment of a person. The prevailing environment itself, or sometimes imprisoned by the environment, pressurized by the environment or influenced by the environment, certain negative or positive programming happens resulting in a certain attitude.
A person subjected to a difficult environment for a prolonged time, can get impregnated by pessimism. A person exposed to an encouraging and supportive environment for an extended time develops an optimistic attitude. When a person’s attitude is pessimistic, even in healthy surroundings, he will have a pessimistic attitude. Whereas, a person with an optimistic attitude, even in challenging circumstances, still maintains his positive attitude to a great extent. So, attitude is created by the environment!
For example, when a person takes healing and has a pain reduction of say, 40% post healing, an optimistic person might say I have 40% reduction in pain. He is focusing on the improvement and is looking for a possibility of further reduction in pain. Whereas, another person might say, 60% pain is still there! So, this attitude is developed by the past environment.
Now, can this attitude be changed? What is the methodology? Or can we further enhance the positive attitude into an even greater positive attitude? We will discuss about this shortly.
How are Children affected by environment?
Children just have the environment in the beginning; they don’t have any strong attitude already developed. As per Bruce Lipton, kids are very plastic in nature. That is, they are very delicate at the beginning. The environment we offer impresses upon them, every event makes an impact on them, and develops a programming in their mind, either positive or negative. So, when they are negatively impregnated or negatively programmed, it affects their entire life. They get more impressed in the age of 0-2 years and then 2-6 years, as their brain waves are in delta and theta states respectively, which are very low frequencies, i.e., below 7 Hz. They are easily suggestible at such low frequencies. Thus, how we deal with children is very important! They are susceptible to every thought, every emotion. Even if the adults in their environment are gentle with them, the emotional and mental state of the adults has a considerable impact on them.
We must create an environment where we understand the need of the child and the needs of everyone else. Sometimes children do not understand their own need. We must help them compassionately; our heart must be opened to realize this. Understanding and addressing the need is compassion. In turn, they get permeated with positivity, hope and faith that someone is able to listen to them, not dominate them. Thus, we must create a fault-free environment for children to develop a positive attitude; not only at home, even at playschools and schools etc. where they go.
In the present times, children are subject to so much of media, exposure to internet, TV and mobiles. Their environment is impregnated from outside. This makes it tough for the parents to actually create a favorable environment because the kids are fed with so much of junk information by audiovisuals. This factor must therefore be worked on by the society.
We should not worry that children are not listening to us, we should really worry that children are observing us all the time. You have to be a role model for your children. You cannot teach them something without practicing it yourself.
You have to maintain a higher emotional state if you have to really nudge the children to become better citizens, be optimistic, filled with hope and faith, have inner strength and acquire a positive attitude. Having developed all these qualities, they can handle a tougher situation. As kids grow, they are no more vulnerable as before. Once certain qualities or attitude is developed in childhood, that continues for their entire life. The negative attitude can’t be changed, unless it is modified by bringing them to alpha state often.
What are the Different Ways to Reprogram Ourselves?
1. Company matters!
By putting a person in a very positive environment and with encouraging people, slowly, the attitude may undergo change. This is what is called Satsang. All traditions or religions talk about Satsang in different ways. Lord Buddha said, “Sangham Sharanam Gacchami”. Thus, a positive company for a prolonged time, slowly will result in an attitude change. In the same fashion, even a person with a positive attitude when subjected continuously to a certain environment or company which is not conducive, may slowly lose his hopeful and positive thinking. And this attitude and the environment modify the gene, either for good or otherwise.
2. Techniques in YPV Sadhana App
Yoga Prana Vidya is an integrated system that has various methods which can bring your brain frequencies into alpha state. Between 8 and 13 Hz is called alpha state, which is a very calm state and also impressionable. If we can bring ourselves into alpha state, we can help reprogram ourselves positively and our attitude can be changed!
There are very simple exercises and practices like Super Brain Asana, Rhythmic Yogic Breathing, Forgiveness Sadhana and Planetary Peace Meditation etc. The practice of these techniques is known to bring our brain waves to alpha state. There is research and data which confirms this. Even right diet, helps to a certain extent in refining the mental and emotional nature.
3. YPV Psychological Healing
Through energy healing we can help a person to come into a higher emotional state. The person can then get an opportunity to use his discretion. Thus, by regular healing we can help a person to reprogram gradually. The process can be hastened, if the person learns the above mentioned techniques to maintain the higher emotional state by himself.
The energy body consists of the chakras. These chakras have physiological and psychological functions. By balancing the chakras, the thinking, mood, and behavior gradually undergoes change for oneself or others. Yoga Prana Vidya Psychological healing, is a very important tool in this regard. For example, when heart chakra is opened or activated, one can easily understand another person’s need. We cannot simply say empathize with the other person’s need. For this, our emotional state must be calm and stable. When the crown center is opened, you have inner peace; you become a channel for the Divine, and you get divine guidance. So, when you make a person’s heart and crown energy centers bigger with healing, he gets divine guidance and automatically the individual moves in right direction. By balancing these energy centers on a regular basis, we can progressively bring a change in the attitude, that is, in thinking, mood, behavior, etc. Therefore, this is a very great service.
4. Creating a Fault-Free Environment
Incorrect attitude is the cause of psychosomatic ailments. Therefore, you have to look into what kind of environment you are offering to your family members, what is the environment you have at office, at school, etc. The people who are in charge of the organizations, head of the institutions, head of the families, must sit down, interact with each other to create a fault-free environment, a progressive environment, a positive atmosphere where everyone’s need is met with compassion. People must work with choice. All the time pressure is not right. It is not productive. People must work with compassion, empathy, be understood and understand; look from each other’s point of view.
There are four upayas or techniques known to resolve any issue. They are Sama, Bheda, Dana, Dandopaya. Sama is compassion. Bheda is discernment. Dana is reward. Danda is punishment. The techniques to modify the environment through reward and punishment should be restricted to 5%. 95% of the time we must use Sama and Bheda.
With children, we must make extreme use of Sama because they themselves do not know what is their need. You may have to discern for them. Even with adults in a very disturbed situation, you may have to put effort in understanding their need. These two methodologies of Sama and Bheda must be employed to harmonize conflicting factors in various situations.
You must ultimately learn to address your need and that of the other person in the best possible manner possible. Also, you must learn to express your need instead of blaming others. This has to do with deep discernment and compassion. As responsible parents, we have to work on our children with compassion, and leading them by example. You have to become a role model!
In order to accelerate the improvement, you must work at all levels, namely, physical, energy, emotional, mental; further understand and address the causes. The integrated and holistic approach is required.
Addressing the effect is not the solution, it is only temporary and transient. If you have water spilt on the floor, you will mop it and think that everything is clear. But next day again if there is water, it means the cause might be a crack in the roof. When it repeats, you are forced to look into the cause. All methodologies which are utilized to address only the effect (or disease) are just methods of mopping the floor in various ways. That must be done, but we must also close the crack in the roof.
Hence, to summarize quickly –
Sh. Arun Kumar a Senior All India Level trainer of the organization, who has been involved in spreading the spiritual technology throughout India for many years. Sh. Arun Kumar, is M.C.A from Sir M. Visvesvaraya Institute of Technology, Bengaluru and worked as Team Lead in Wission Infotech,Bengaluru. However, realizing the amazing benefits of the spiritual technology of the ancient science of Yoga Prana Vidya for common people, he decided to dedicate his life for spreading the teachings of Yoga Prana Vidya since 2009.
Dhaval Dholakia is a certified YPV healer for 16 years. He is also a mechanical engineer and has worked in Plastic Processing Machinery for 25 years. He resides in Ahmedabad.
Dr. S. K. Singh is a Arhat Trainer having more than 20 years of YPV healing and teaching experience. He is also trained in Kriyashakti & Fengsui and completed the one year intensive program in 2016. He has organized many higher level YPV training workshops and retreats. He completed his Master’s degree in Science and has a doctorate in Environmental Biology. He hails from Varanasi.
Gp Capt. (Retd) J V Subramanian has been associated with Yoga Prana Vidya since more than 15 years now. He has trained hundreds of healers from Level 1 to Arhat Yogis in last 6 years. He holds B.E (Electricals & Electronics) from Annamalia university and MBA from IIM Lucknow. He is also a trustee of Feed the Soul Trust. based in Vasant Kunj, New Delhi
Madhu Sudhir is a senior YPV trainer since 2004. She has trained over 2500 students and more than 50 trainers who are also propagating YPV practices. She has done YPV healing for more than 7000 people since 2006. She is the secretary of the Mysore YPV Healers Association since 2011. She is also associated with JSS University – Dental College as a guest lecturer for “Holistic wellness through YPV” for BDS 1st year students. She has also conducted various seminars on YPV teachings. She graduated in commerce from Bangalore University and also has a diploma in architecture. She also works as a Vaastu consultant for businesses, constructions, plots & houses.
Raghu N is a Arhat Trainer having over 22 years of YPV healing and teaching experience. He founded “Master YPV Trust Nanjangud” in 2019 and conducting regular service activities through this trust in his role as President. He also started the first independently located YPV centre in Nanjangud in 2014. He has previously attended the one year Spiritual Intensive Program for 2015-16 conducted in Sri Ramana Trust Ashram. He also has 7 years of experience working as a secretary at “Mysore YPV Healers Association” during which he nurtured many healers. Raghu conducts teachings in Kannada, English and Hindi languages. He has also completed a B.Sc. and B.Ed. from the Mysore University.
Rekha Subhash is a Arhat Trainer having over 22 years of YPV healing and teaching experience. She has healed patients from different parts of the world and has a high success rate including complicated cases for healing. Rekha also has a Masters of Art degree. She hails from Bengaluru.
Veteran Wing Commander KT Subash is a Arhat Trainer having over 22 years of YPV healing and teaching experience. He is also the Managing Trustee of the Karnataka Yoga Vidya Pranic Healing Foundation Trust. He has healed patients from different parts of the world and has a high success rate including complicated cases for healing. He has a Masters in Technology degree.
1: Name : Lakhsmi Devi
She holds an experience of 20 years in the field of Energy Healing and Meditation. Apart from her proficiency in healing and training, she is also good in singing and playing harmonium and has been a Swimming Champion. She has always excelled at fitness since her school days. She is also a glass designer and deals in glass painting. She is a very efficient Counselor and Yoga practitioner.
1. Name – Vishakha Karnani
2. address/ centre – 316, Sai Kripa Colony,
Indore 452002, Madhya Pradesh
3. educational qualification – B.A. Loreto College, Kolkata. Then worked as a photo journalist & a freelancer (children photography)
4. any paper presentation – COVID 19 case report in Innovative publication journal. July 2020
5. any specific achievements – part of the organising team in the first SIP , Pune, 2015. Thereafter involved in organising public darshan and Compassionate Parenting and nurturing programs in various cities like Indore, Nagpur, Raipur, Pune, Kolkata and Ichalkaranji (kolhapur)
6. Since 2006. Got introduced to the world of energy in Kolkata and shifted to Indore in 2008 to spread the work in Central India. Currently working in M.P, Chattisgarh, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, North East India.
Radha Ganesh is presently working for Yoga Prana Vidya Organization as Senior Arhat trainer and Ethics committee member. She is a Senior Arhat Trainer and certified YPV healer with over 18 years of experience. She completed the one-year spiritual intensive program at the YPV ashram in Thally. She has been trained in basic, advanced healing and psychotherapy at World Pranic Healing. Radha worked in Unnathi Healing Foundation Trust as a healer and trainer. She also worked in MS Ramaiiah Hospital Pranic Healing Department, Ayush Arogya Dhama. She has taught YPV teachings in several schools and also conducted classes for nursing staff, pharma students among others. She regularly conducts an Arhat Marathon on every last Sunday of the month at Karnataka Pranic Healing foundation trust since last 3 years. Radha has completed her M.A. in English from MG University, Kerala.
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