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Posted at: Jan 12, 2018, 1:26 AM; last updated: Jan 12, 2018, 1:26 AM (IST)

Psycho-neurobics panacea for stress, cancer, says expert

Tribune News Service

Jalandhar, January 11

The PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry organised a seminar on ‘Science of Self-Healing through psycho neurobics’.

Dr Mahesh Dogra, PhD in Vedic Yoga, was the guest speaker at the interactive seminar. Paramvir Singh (IAS) SDM-2, Jalandhar, and Col. Ajay Tikkar (Retd), Secretary, The Jalandhar Club, were the guests of honour on the occasion.

Sanjeev Juneja, convener of the Jalandhar Chapter of PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry said in today’s world, there was too much stress in life. The increasing number of suicides was alarming. Many people are going under depression due to the stress. So there is need to address the problem on priority basis, he added.

Gaman Monga, an industrialist and member of the chamber, said psycho-neurobics was one of the best answers to the problem of increasing stress in modern times.

Through psycho-neurobics one can heal arthritis and cancer, he added.

Dr Mahesh Dogra said the psycho-neurobics was a set of mind-body exercises of transforming spiritual energy into nerve cells and increase the conductivity of nervous system and maintain positivity of mind to attain holistic health with positive personality development.

Dr Dogra brought an aura-checking machine and checked the negative and positive magnetic fields around each member.

He said the negative magnetic field results into depression and other problems. He suggested the ways to convert negative magnetic field into positive magnetic field.

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