Dr. Ajrawat's Air-Pulse Autonomic Meditation Therapy is a non-denominational therapy that allows individuals to balance body and mind without the loss of identity many feel when adopting ancient mind controlling meditative healings.
Potomac, MD (PRWEB) August 14, 2008 –- Dr. Ajrawat's http://www.painmanagement.com/ [Air-Pulse Autonomic Meditation Therapy], a revolutionary therapy developed by Dr. P.S. Ajrawat, recently received a patent trademark. The therapy, also referred to as a http://www.painmanagement.com/[scientific, non-denominational khalistani meditation therapy], is part of Dr. Ajrawat's Dynamic Model designed to effectively manage and treat pain and stress from a scientific perspective, bringing balance between the body and mind.
Dr. Ajrawat's Air-Pulse Autonomic Meditation Therapy is based on the fact that the mind and body is one functional unit, where balance is essential for homeostasis. With the application of multiple components, the therapy brings changes in vital signs, such as a decrease in heart and respiratory rates; general vasodilatation and improvement of circulation; blocking of mental chatter; increased energy; improvement of focus; relaxation and increased insightfulness, among others. It also helps an individual meditate upon self and look inward for solutions, making the individual more aware and insightful. The therapy can be done in any posture (Khalistani) and involves no autosuggestion or mantra.
Millions of individuals undergoing pain and stress suffer without appropriate help. It was frustration and a desire to aid those suffering that brought Dr. Ajrawat to create http://www.painmanagement.com/[Dr. Ajrawat's Air-Pulse Meditation] and Dr. Ajrawat's Air-Pulse Autonomic Meditation Therapy and Dr. Ajrawat's Image Therapy.
"As the world reaches a threshold with modern science and its failures to provide for a relaxed, functional state of mind, people are turning to old and ancient methods to achieve that paradigm. Until now, nobody created a scientific meditation that held solid ground, reflecting its mechanism and therapeutic effects," Dr. Ajrawat says.
"The civilized world has used traditional http://www.painmanagement.com/[meditation] as a spiritual discipline for millennia and has believed it to be the ultimate source to relax and merge with universal consciousness. Regardless of effort and interest, ancient meditations could never translate into a scientific mode, as their conception, perception and projection were primarily spiritual, social or philosophical in nature," Dr. Ajrawat says.
Despite the assertion of various methods and theories of relaxation and application of certain posture, focusing on imaginary energy circles (chakras), autosuggestion (mantra) or use of sound, people continue to feel more stressors in life, be they psychological, physical or social. Even in the medical field, the limitations of various methods including various types of medication are apparent. Often, people in need of help for mental and physical ailments begin certain types of meditation, but soon feel dissatisfied or at times violated or helpless when they find themselves dragged or trapped in a philosophy where they can face loss of personal autonomy in the name of, and search for, robust mental or physical health. This often results in further identity loss and more stress. Hence, a journey meant to bring realization of self, physical and mental health instead brings more self alienation, dependency, misery and pain.
As a scientific invention, http://www.painmanagement.com/[Dr. Ajrawat's Air-Pulse Autonomic Meditation Therapy] is non-denominational and open to all. Persons of any faith can participate without feeling intruded upon or violated. Though Dr. Ajrawat is a religious man, he believes autonomic meditation therapy is likely to transform some of the basic concept of spirituality and faith. This meditation therapy will be administered by qualified individuals.
"The ultimate goal of this http://www.painmanagement.com/[scientific meditation] is to achieve sound mental and physical health and an empowerment of mind," Dr. Ajrawat says.
Dr. Ajrawat's Air-Pulse Autonomic Meditation Therapy is based on his concept of Bidirectional Psycho Somatic Autonomic Feedback and is designed to restore autonomic balance at will, improve the level of hormones, neurotransmitters, sympathetic and parasympathetic functions and general circulation of the body. This http://www.painmanagement.com/[meditation therapy] helps both healthy individuals and those with medical conditions such as anxiety, post-traumatic stress, depression, substance abuse, drug addiction, ADHD, bipolar disorder, hypertension, fibromyalgia, myofascial pain, irritable bowel syndrome, cancer pain, Alzheimer's and more, a majority of which involve imbalance of the autonomic nervous system.
Dr. Ajrawat has experimented and performed studies on patients using the autonomic meditation therapy with promising results. Qualified (fellowship trained and certified in pain management) as a pain specialist, Dr. Ajrawat's knowledge of human anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, neural mechanisms, pain pathways, nerve endings, neurotransmitters, hormones, neuro-endocrinology and other areas has transformed his revelation into an effective scientific therapy where the primary focus is on the body and mind; organs, organ systems and their functioning; and restoration of homeostasis – a new paradigm.
Hence, with Dr. Ajrawat's Air-Pulse Autonomic Meditation Therapy and Dr. Ajrawat's Image Therapy, an individual receives new control and vision. In addition incorporating strengthening and stretching exercises, ergonomics, elimination of pain perpetuating factors, good nutrition, walking alternated with jogging and practice of correct principles can help improve mental and physical agility, Dr. Ajrawat, believes essential.
"In this age of technology, humans are likely to be challenged by the very advancement they desire, such as autonomy of computers to achieve certain solutions, which some people will find hard to accept and deal with, which in turn will be detrimental to self-esteem and confidence," Dr. Ajrawat says. "In that situation, it is only the relaxed mind, healthy body, creativity, awareness of self and following correct principles that can compete with the challenge of artificial intelligence and society at large. Cognitive therapies like http://www.painmanagement.com/[Dr. Ajrawat's Air-Pulse Autonomic Meditation Therapy], Air-Pulse Meditation and Dr. Ajrawat's Image Therapy will be the scientific tools to keep modern generations on the cutting edge."
For more information about Dr. Ajrawat and Dr. Ajrawat's Air-Pulse Autonomic Meditation Therapy, visit www.PainManagement.com.
About Dr. Ajrawat:
Dr. Ajrawat is one of the first full-time qualified (fellowship-trained and -certified) pain specialists, who introduced a new field of pain management in the Washington metropolitan area in July 1985. Based on his training, Dr. Ajrawat introduced a new model for pain evaluation and treatment called Bio-psychosocial Model. Over the years, with his efforts, the general frame of reference of the local medical community regarding pain management has changed. One-to-one treatment and conservative quality care has been the mission of Dr. Ajrawat and his wife, Dr. S.K. Ajrawat, a board-certified psychiatrist. The positive treatment outcome for various types of pain and pain-associated stress has been the end result.
Contact: Dr. P.S. Ajrawat
Tel: M- 240-375-1205
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