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Yoga Psychology and Psychotherapy – Theory and Practice

Yoga Psychology And Psychotherapy – Theory And Practice

Announcing Australia’s Premier Yoga Therapy Conference 2016 (Sydney, May 14 & 15)
Book at www.enlightenedevents.com.au

Dr Swami Shankardev Saraswati will present a lecture on Saturday the 14th May at 4 pm. The talk will provide an overview of Yoga Psychology and Yoga Psychotherapy, the vast and integral branches of Yoga Therapy.

Yoga psychology is the theoretical basis for yoga psychotherapy. Yoga psychotherapy plays a vital role in the successful treatment and management of physical, psychological and spiritual conditions. When combined with Western psychotherapeutic approaches it creates a powerful holistic approach to long-term healing.

Modern medicine is realizing that a physical approach alone, e.g. prescription drugs, or a psychological approach alone, e.g  Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), delivers limited and often short-term benefits.

A holistic approach, which is sometimes called a bio-psycho-social-spiritual approach is preferred over the purely biomedical model and the purely psychological model. The biomedical model does not acknowledge the effects of the mind on the body. The purely psychological model does not acknowledge the impact of the body on the mind.

Yoga psychology is a modern term that is in evolution. I define it as:

The science of the embodied relationship between consciousness and mind.

Yoga psychology sees body and mind as indivisible and gives maximum emphasis to the role of cultivating awareness as a key to supporting improved health and wellbeing.

Yoga psychology can also be called the science of the “subtle body,” the part of us that lies between and links the physical body and the spiritual, or causal body, the subtlest part of us.

The 4 Dimensions of Yoga Psychology

I believe that to gain a larger vision of the theoretical basis of yoga psychology we need a 4-dimensional approach that draws from various Indian philosophical systems, including Yoga, Samkhya, Tantra, and Vedanta.

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