To create something, you need to come fresh, and to come fresh you need to drop your past beliefs and meaning you have given them. You need to become aware of your thoughts, words and deeds. For where your awareness goes, there your consciousness goes, and where your consciousness goes, your energy goes, and where your energy goes your truth manifests.
In our make-belief perceived world most of the time, just one word of truth can make the difference between living and existing. All that is born exist till the day it dies, but, few live their life, a moment at a time, a second at a time, a minute at a time and so on. Most knowingly or unknowingly live below the line of life, few dare to rise above it. Health is the crux of rising above this line. Health helps one live above the line, and living above the line endows one with free will, power of intent and harmony.
For the last several weeks, the COVID-19 pandemic has not just been the top news story: it has been the story itself. Indeed, even though there are other relatively important issues that are taking place in the world — such as the oil supply war between Russia and Saudi Arabia, climate change, and the list goes on — the news cycle is today and for the foreseeable future is synonymous with the Coronavirus cycle.
Ayurveda is a medical system that began in India over 8,000 years ago. The system takes its name from the Sanskrit words ayur, meaning life, and veda, meaning knowledge or science. The central principle of Ayurveda is that illness and disease spring from stress or imbalance in a person’s body. Ayurveda encompasses several different types of interventions, from herbal supplements to massage. The goal of Ayurveda is to restore balance to the body, mind, and spirit.
Ayurvedic medicine or Ayurveda is a traditional healing practice first developed in India close to 5,000 years ago. Derived from the Sanskrit term ayur (life) and veda (knowledge), the method is considered to be a form of alternative holistic healing and has been a fundamental practice of the Indian people since then. Today, as more individuals look towards preventative methods of healing, Ayurveda has become a point of interest for many. To shed light on this ancient practice and what it means for modern life, entrepreneur, investor, and thinker, Sanjeev Mansotra discusses some of its many benefits.