Medical Research at Royal Hospital in Sydney – Australia
This is a short video, giving us us hope that non-invasive, natural and simple ‘treatments’ such as Sahaja Yoga Meditation can be successfully used in helping the children with attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Recently we all became more and more aware of this situation within our society and statistics show the following tendency:
“According to a new report released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 1.6 million elementary school-aged children have been diagnosed with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). In a national survey, the parents of 7 percent of children 6-11 years of age reported ever being told by a doctor or health professional that their child had ADHD. ”
There are many medical benefits coming from the easy practise of this free meditation. More articles to come – written by doctors and scientists – related to this theme, so keep tuned to Halton’s sahaja yoga meditation website.
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wow! The video is amazing. Imagine these young souls that are being empowered by sahaja yoga meditation, and it is curing their attention problems literally! This is miraculous!
I was unable to play the video. I am aware how ADHD affects so many of our children today. My great nephew was diagnosed with ADHD. He is now an young adult. The drugs prescribed to him were not successful and he has had difficulties in his life.
Sahaja Yoga offers hope to parents. They can use a simple non invasive approach.
If we all learn to surrender to the truth that Sahaja Yoga offers, we will be able to overcome a lot of the issues that plague our lives and that of our loved ones and mankind in general.
Lots of love always.
I wonder what has become of these kids now and how this is still affecting their lives. Interesting. Love these videos thank you.