Have you ever wondered why Yoga and Ayurveda are called sister sciences. Dr. Shubha Chetan breaks it down and explaining how lifestyle diseases like diabetes, high blood pressure etc can be managed through a combination of Yoga and Ayurveda.
This is the final part of our four part series on Introduction to Meditation. It was in 2010, I was planning a study trek to Kenya along with a few classmates while I was in college studying for my masters. We initiated an effort to meet the first women Nobel Peace Prize Winner from Africa,[…]
This blog is Part 3 of a 4 Part Series to make Meditation part of our daily lives. Our eight month old daughter has recently learnt how to stand up using a support. She puts one hand on any object of height, comes on to her knees, puts the other hand on the support[…]
Most of us have taken atleast one plane ride during our lifetime. During safety instructions announcements we are reminded that in an emergency situation please put your oxygen mask first then help a child put on an oxygen mask. Most of us are very giving in nature and are supporting someone either emotionally or[…]
There are many examples that one sees of true love but the one that’s most beautiful to me is the one that exists between and an infant and a mother. The innocence that you see in the eyes of the child and the mother reveals the depth and purity in their relationship. To see[…]