The lack of time or the poverty of time is a big affliction on several people. Fortunately, it can be eradicated.
Of Prana, Metabolism and the Breath of Life
What the relationship is between energy, prana, metabolism, and wellbeing and why an understanding of prana is important for our own health & well-being.
Book Review: The Body, A Guide for Occupants, Bill Bryson
How does the human body work? Bill Bryson attempts writing an instruction manual and provides fascinating anecdotes on how modern medicine as evolved to what it is today
Of Yoga, Yogis and Yoga Day
What is yoga, how did the practice of yoga develop and for what reasons should we celebrate Yoga Day?
Ten Lifelong Learnings from Covid-19
While COVID-19 has been an unprecedented calamity on a global scale, could there be a silver lining to it? What can we learn from this pandemic that we may otherwise not have been receptive to?
When in Doubt Dance
Why You're Never Too Old, Too Shy or Too Clumsy to Learn Dance Dance is more than a hobby or a workout. It is a stress-buster, a source of contentment, a spiritual experience, and a tool to bring us closer
On Taking a Digital Sabbath
“The addictive pathways in neuroscience whilst using your cell phone are the same as those pressed in action while consuming opioids”, said Dr. Monica Sharma, an epidemiologist and former Director for Leadership development at the United Nations whilst commencing a workshop on transformational leadership. She invoked each of the participants to switch off their mobile... Continue Reading →
A Stitch in Time Saves Nine
In Feb 2001, my sister from Vancouver called informing that my father, who happened to be visiting her, had fallen critically ill and was in hospital. For a man who had never taken seriously ill, and had never been admitted to a hospital, it was surprising that the pneumonia got the better of him and... Continue Reading →
Conquering Cancer: From Chaos to Control
#EveryIndianVolunteering “That’s the most interesting thing of all. The balance depends on the mans frame of mind! Understand? Which means that if he’s cheerful and firm in spirit, there will be more sodium in the barrier, and no sickness none whatever, will bring him to his death. But as soon as he loses heart,... Continue Reading →
Teaching Yoga in Rabat
April 12, Rabat, #IBMCSC #CSCMor10 #CitizenIBM It's almost 10 days here and Yoga is in the air. I have two diehard yoga colleagues on this trip, Catalina from Colombia and Rina from Japan. I have been practising yoga daily for over 5 years but I choose not to bring my yoga mat to Rabat as... Continue Reading →