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Heartfulness reduces vengeful attitude in students

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Dr. Raja Amarnath, Dr. Jaya Prashanthi, Aiswarya Ravichandran, Gyaneshwar Dayal Sarin, Dr. Asuwathy Sivasubramaniam, Poornima Chinnadurai and Anjali Bapat
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Introduction: Vengeance is a poison for society and for the individual who harbours it. Positive motivation (Benevolence) leads to rewards and negative motivation (Revenge & Avoidance) towards pain. When considering school students, revenge motivation leads to many serious crimes viz, harassment, genocide, etc. Recent studies show the need for students to develop “Socio-Emotional Learning” (SEL). For a health society, students need to shed off Revenge and develop Benevolence Motivation. Aim: This study aimed to understand if the HELP (Heartfulness Experience Life’s Potential) program helps to reduce Revenge and Avoidance motivation along with developing Benevolence. Methodology: A prospective observational study was conducted on Junior College Students, willing to participate in the HELP program (n=3084). Participants were asked to fill up a questionnaire, comprising of socio-demographic details and transgression-related interpersonal motivations inventory (TRIM-18) scale. Data was conferred using inferential and descriptive statistics. SPSS version 21, paired “t’ test was used to compare the mean between baseline and end-line data. Results: The Analysis depicts that altogether students’ Revenge & Avoidance motivation levels have reduced significantly (p<0.05) and their Benevolence motivation level has increased significantly (p<0.05). Conclusion: There are several reasons that can be attributed to these effective results. The Cleaning practice helps remove the emotional baggage, and subsequently, the practice of Heartfulness meditation helps to stabilize one’s thinking process. Pranahuti cultivates, positive thinking and reshapes the character and personality of an individual. Hence, we conclude that integrating the HELP program in the school’s curriculum might help in the development of a strong and healthy society.

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