A study conducted at the University of Vienna by Dr Hackl showed highly significant effects of Sahaja Yoga Meditation on drug consumption. The study used a retrospective questionnaire in 501 Meditators of Sahaja Yoga of which 268 people had used drugs before starting with the meditative practice. Then we in Sahaja Yoga have known people that have used drugs intensely before discovering Sahaja Yoga and by the simple fact of meditating and reshaping their life in a more natural process, have simply left drugs behind them.
I have been addicted to opiates for me, meditation and yoga have been central to my recovery.


Meditation can be an effective form of stress reduction and has the potential to improve quality of life and decrease health care costs. If you have little or no experience with meditation, "Our Online Meditation Course" will get you up and started quickly and easily. Share your success storiesWrite your success stories and let others know how you benefit from Sahaja Yoga Meditation.
For having had problem 10 years ago with smoking, I can tell you for sure that meditation can completely break an addiction whichever it is.


Meditation involves achieving a state of 'thoughtless awareness' in which the excessive stress producing activity of the mind is neutralized without reducing alertness and effectiveness.
That is why meditation comes in the picture, to help first getting back to the center without using any external thing, and understanding then, why one should stop any kind of addiction in an effortless and natural way.



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