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Holistic Management. Dr. PRANAV PANDYA Director , Brahamvarchas Research Institute Head - All World Gayatri Pariwar, Shantikunj, Haridwar, Himalayas. Holistic Management.

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    1. Holistic Management Dr. PRANAV PANDYA Director , Brahamvarchas Research Institute Head - All World Gayatri Pariwar, Shantikunj, Haridwar, Himalayas

    2. Holistic Management • Holistic (holism) implies an approach or process, which enables integration of multiple streams.

    3. Holistic Management Human beings are like a Flute or Vina, Parmatman being a master player. Holistic management explains how to play skillfully through these instruments – “Holism of Human Consciousness”.

    4. “I have just passed through one of the greatest moments of my life. I have found the oneness between the macrocosm and microcosm. I have seen the whole universe within one atom.” - Swami Vivekananda

    5. Holism, thus is an awareness state which realizes and feels that the whole, the One is the origin, the source, while parts and streams are all only its numerous manifestations or derivations.  Ekam Sad Vipra Bahoona Vadanti Jivo Brahmaiva Na Parah

    6. Holistic Management Holism is fundamentally an experiential state of deep integral consciousness.

    7. Human values are personal which get interwoven with consciousness in the web of human relationship but material values are impersonal and do ride rough shod over human values. Utility in today’s global world is overruling sentiments.

    8. Holistic Management Gigantism is re-emerging in the name of Globalism. Indian executive is often chastised for his resistance to modernization, to fitting himself into the mould of today’s cyber culture.

    9. Holistic Man Management for Doctors as Leaders of Society Doctor community has a special role to play, as they are dealing with human being as a patient as a whole – a summum bonum of material and Conscious.

    10. The Challenges of 21’st century In new Millennium 01)Crisis of Energy 02)Eco-Devastation 03)Terrorism 04)Drug Trading 05)Epidemics

    11. Few Dilemmas & Chaos for Treating Physicians • Physician is God for relations of patient under palliative care. • Too many expectations. • Physician’s own stresses. • Inability to manage time, Timewasters playing major role. • Ethical, Cultural and spiritual issues involved. • Financial constraints. • Political interferences.

    12. Holistic Management Guna Dynamics Tamas – The obstructive darkening force Rajas – The kinetic force Satva – The illuminating force

    13. Holistic Management • Today human psychology is propelled by the twin drives of greed and speed. They both spring from dominance of Rajas.

    14. Holistic Management • Holistic / Holism is the state of profound emotional unity, purity and harmony between individual and universal.

    15. Holistic Management • Ravidranath Tagore says – • Greek city states gave rise to modern civilization, where cradles of brick and mortar with imprisoned mind was result. Contd ..

    16. Holistic Management • Sadhak of Holistic consciousness breaks the rigid mould of cognitive frame work built up by formal education.

    17. Holistic Vedantic living • Veda – Vedantic Holism has been totally integrated into the Indian ethos. • * Life’s goal system – Dharma , Artha, Kama , Moksha • * Life’s stage system – Four Ashramas • * Marriage system – • * Living – Departed system • * Karma – Rebirth system • * Five fold debt system (Rinas) – Dev / Rishi/ Pitra / Nri / Bhoot Rinas

    18. Holistic Management • Holism is a state of consciousness, chetna or anubhuti – not merely an intellectual thesis or dogma. • In this perspective we should try to visualize modern management .

    19. MANAGEMENT : A DISCIPLINE BORROWED FROM THE WEST HAS REDUCED “ MAN ” TO A MERE WORKER, ALWAYS IN THE STREAM OF ECONOMIC ORDER. Only The material progress has become the Index of Growth, Development and prosperity.

    20. To the Western Management : The worker is all, MAN stands no where, Worker is a hired commodity. This is SOULLESS Management Disregard of human approach, Loss of Human Values and erosion of human touch in Organizational Hierarchy are the results.

    21. In this process: Wealth is gained, but soul is Lost “ While the soul within remains defectively organized there will always be outward unrest, disorder and Revolution.” Sri Aurobindo “ The Hour of God ”

    22. For Man Intellectually developed, mighty unscientific knowledge and mastery, the elements as his Servants and the world as his Foot stool, but undeveloped in heart and spirit becomes only inferior kind of ASURA, using the powers of ademigodto satisfy the nature of an animal. ----- Sri Aurobindo

    23. Yoga approach to Management Entire Cosmos is an intricate web of interpenetrating things and events. The bootstrap image of reality put forward by Geoffrey Chew shows that Boot straps cannot be loosened any where without so loosening it every where and it cannot be tightened up at every other point as well. So complete and uncompromising is the UNITY and INTERDEPENDENCE.

    24. The Cardinal assumptions of Spiritual approach are • Harmony • Interdependence • Unity • Creativity • Evolutionary possibilities

    25. Holistic Management • Our Rishis conceived Indian culture in Tapovans – Womb of forest , of prayers where tapasya was performed. They were known as Aranyaks.

    26. Holistic Management • The Universal bond between man and universal one has been sublimely captured by Vedic seer as GayatriMahamantra.

    27. Gayatri Mantra • Om Bhurbhuvah Swah Tatsaviturvarenyam Bhargo Devasa Dheemahi Dhiyo Yo Nah Prachodayat. Om : Symbolizes wholeness – Completeness

    28. The Meaning of Gayatri Mantra Bhuh – Embodiment of vital spiritual energy, (Pran) Bhuvah – Destroyer of sufferings Svah – Embodiment of happiness Tat – That Savituh – Bright, luminous like the Sun Varenyam – Best, most exalted Contd ..

    29. The Meaning of Gayatri Mantra Bhargo – Destroyer of sins Devasya – Divine Dhimahi – May imbibe Dhiyo – intellect Yo – Who Nah – Our Prachodayat – May inspire Contd ..

    30. Brahmavarchas Research Institute A center for research and training on Scientific Spirituality

    31. Stress on Karma Yoga in Geeta has been referred as “ Yogah Karmasu Kaushalam” What is Kaushalam : It is a very different order of “skill” that Sri Krishna has in mind, as may be seen here – “ the liberated who has united his reason and will with divine Rises to a higher law beyond good and evil Action done in yoga is not only highest but also wisest, the most potent and efficient even for the affairs of world. “ Yoga is skill in all works - Sri Aurobindo

    32. Stress IS A non-specific response of the body to any demand made upon it or to an external stimuli.

    33. SPIRITUAL FAITH BODY ( SHAKHA ) MIND( TRUNK ) SPIRITUAL FAITH ( ROOT )

    34. Stress is ... * Due to Inability in coping with internal or external threats * Much stress today is occurring through emotions such as aggressions, impatience and fear kindling the body’s stress responses. * Other causes could be unhealthy diet, smoking, drugs, improper work pattern and financial insecurity Stress is only harmful when we can not control our responses to it

    35. Composition Of Man Body, mind and soul unity is a well known fact Spirit Matter Body Mind Intellect Self Perceives acts Emotions play Discriminate function Perse Inert Insentient Godhead

    36. Eustress ( CONSTRUCTIVE STRESS ) RHYTHMIC CYCLE OF ACTIVITY & TENSION ACTIVITY ENERGY TIME TENSION

    37. DISSTRESS ( DESTRUCTIVE STRESS ) IMPROPERLY COPED STRESS LEADING TO ATASTROPHIES TOO MUCH ACTIVITY TENSION DEPLETION OF ENERGY HIGH ACTIVITY TIME ENERGY TENSION LOW ACTIVITY TOO LITTLE ACTIVITY TENSION DEPLETION OF ENERGY

    38. BURN OUT STRESS SYNDROME ( BOSS ) A DEBILITATING PSYCHOLOGICAL CONDITION BROUGHT ABOUT BY UNRELIEVED WORK STRESS FIVE STAGES OF BOSS (1) HONEYMOON (2) FUEL SHORTAGE (3) CHRONIC SYMPTOMS (4) CRISIS (5) LOSING THE MARATHON

    39. BURN OUT STRESS SYNDROME FIVE STAGES OF BOSS 1 HONEYMOON: INITIAL EUPHORIA,HABITS ARE SPOILED. 2 FUEL SHORTAGE:DEPLETION OF ENERGY. FATIGUE,INSOMNIA,ESCAPE ACTIVITIES. 3 CHRONIC SYMPTOMS: MORE FATIGUE, AILMENTS LIKE IHD, IRRITABLE BOWEL, MYALGIA, BRONCHIAL ASTHMA, PEPTIC ULCER & DEPRESSION.

    40. BURN OUT STRESS SYNDROME FIVE STAGES OF BOSS 4 CRISIS: PESSIMISTIC OUTLOOK, ENHANCED ANXIETY, DOUBTS ABOUT OWN CAPABILITIES, ESCAPE MENTALITY - TENSION HEADACHE, CHRONIC BACKACHE, HYPERTENSION, SLEEP DISTURBANCES. 5 HITTING THE WALL: LOSING THE MARATHON. COLLAPSE.

    41. STRESS SIGNALS EARLY SYMPTOMS NERVOUS REFLEXES ILLNESSES Stomach upsets Biting nails Asthma Headaches Clenching fist Migraine Rashes Grinding teeth Digestive disorders Backpain Picking at skin Skin disorders Insomnia Hunching shoulders Sexual disorders

    42. BITING NAILS, CLENCHING FISTS, CLENCHING JAWS DRUMMING FINGERS GRINDING TEETH HUNCHING SHOULDERS PICKING AT FACIAL SKIN TAPPING FEET TWO JOBS AT A TIME TOUCHING HAIR OFTEN TOO HURRIED OR LOUD TALKING TOO CONSCIOUS ABOUT BEING ON TIME SIGNALS OF STRESS

    43. SIGNALS OF STRESS MOOD SIGNALS ANXIETY , DEPRESSION ,FRUSTRATION, HABITUAL ANGER OR HOSTILITY, HELPLESSENSS, HOPELESSNESS, IRRITABILITY, RESTLESSNESS

    44. SIGNALS OF STRESS BEHAVIOURAL SIGNS AGGRESSION , DISTURBED SLEEP EMOTIONAL OUT BURSTS ,LEAVING JOBS UNDONE ,OVER REACTIVE

    45. EFFECT ON PERSONALITY Most deep rooted component of personalities is our value system and behavior is direct expression of these values Two types of personalities Type A Type B Stress prone + + + calm, relaxed impatient,ambitious not ambitious competitive reverse of A aggressive We have to know which type we belong to.

    46. RUST OUT STRESS SYNDROME (ROSS) JUST REVERSE TO BOSS PERSON HAS STRESSUNDERLOAD HOW TO GET RID FROM ROSS 1 STAY ALERT 2 TAKE RISK 3 AVOID ISOLATION 4 STRETCH FOR SUCCESS 5 OVERCOME OBSOLESCENCE

    47. Common disorders produced due to stress * Sinus Tachycardia * HighBlood Pressure * Ischaemic Heart - Disease * Diabetes Mellitus * Hyper Acidity, PU syndrome * Ulcerative Colitis * Migraine, tension headache, Chronic backache * Allergies, Asthma * Thyrotoxicosis *Auto immune disorders *Menstrual Disorders * Anxiety Neurosis, Obsessions

    48. HEADACHE TRIGGERING STRESSES (SPECIALLY IN INDIA) • Heat and harsh sunlight. • Humidity • Missing meals (skipping breakfasts) • Hormonal factors • Stress related to heavy studying (class x,xii and above students) • Travel stress (crowded suburban trains/buses etc.) • Obnoxious odors, perfumes, agarbattis • Noises.

    49. WHO WARNING Depression will be world’s most debilitating disease by 2005 after heart ailments. By 2015, it may be first. Psychology is going to be the subject of future for students.