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Digestive Health

Do we pay attention to our Digestive Health as much as we are conscious of our Physical and Mental Health ? Physical Health: Over the years have certainly done very well to focus on Physical Health as it makes us look good . Indirectly it does contribute to good feelings as well. We invest time and … Continue reading

My Way the Right Way: MYRY Disease

  Humans for a long time seem to have suffered from this problem. Be it religion, politics, business, streets and at home every one seems to think they are right and everyone else is wrong.. Most people suffer from it to varying degree, if you suffer less you are very fortunate. Throughout human history people … Continue reading

Mindful Eating – Simple Steps

There are numerous benefits of mindfulness. In particular mindful eating can immensely increase digestion as well as help us improve eating habits over time. Here are some simple steps that helped me get into the habit. During the meal: While you are eating the food, be thankful to the nature for providing nutrition. Think about … Continue reading

Hidden Ailments that go undiagnosed

Yesterday, I was quite shaken to learn that a close friend of mine was diagnosed with a malignant cancer. Fortunately, and just by coincidence, it was diagnosed at an early stage and doctors performed surgery to remove the cancerous organ. I visited him and spend some time with him and talked on various topics of … Continue reading

Therapeutic Hunger: Workshop 1 – Feedback

I started writing about the concept of Therapeutic Hunger few months ago. Encouraged by readers response and support I published a book as a self-help guide that explains the concepts, suggestions and exercises to gradually practice Therapeutic Hunger, till it becomes an enjoyable habit. NO extreme dieting, NO exhausting exercises, NO overeating ( Not even … Continue reading

Therapeutic Hunger Workshop – Week 4 of 6

Those of you who have been participating in the Therapeutic Hunger workshop through weekly email, so far we have learnt 3 important practices for health and wellbeing Eat the right amount of food, so as to leave some space in the abdomen that allows proper digestion. Breathe well to energise the body and relax the mind. Keep right posture, so the body … Continue reading

Mantras for Health & Wellbeing

The traditional uses of the word Mantra are repetitive inspirational and resonating sounds that help to relax and rejuvenate. Literal translation in Sanskrit it means – thought instrument (man + tra ) or instrument of thought concentration. These sounds, when used appropriately, can be extremely beneficial for both physical and mental health. Information OR misinformation … Continue reading