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Physical Health

A true story by Chintan about two holy Zen characters, a possible cure for mental illness, a terrifying rooster, and a horror story starring Jack DeCoster.

Presence

A personal message from Nishant in the time of the coronavirus. “Feel free to share it as you like and also feel free to experiment with it according to your own understanding.”

Prince Charles namasteing

Prince Charles not shaking hands but namaste – and being namaste-ed back – while greeting guests at the Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey yesterday.

Namaste greeting

Marc writes about Namaste being the best choice to greet each other – in particular also during times when viruses and bacteria are rampant.

Azima writes on the nature of the new coronavirus, its origins and how to strengthen the immune system.

Woman napping

Who doesn’t know the feeling of an intense tiredness descending on one’s body – for example just after lunch? The head droops slightly, the eyelids struggle to remain open and the couch beckons! Kelly Bulkeley, Ph.D., shows how naps can protect your health and boost your waking performance. Published in Psychology Today on May 7, 2018.

Veena, after hearing Anando say in a recent radio interview in Australia that Nirvano was a schizophrenic, questions this statement and gives her point of view about her long-time close friend’s health. (Updated with reply from Anando.)

The modern medicine, to cure diseases, also produces some strange side-effects of its own, states Keerti in The Asian Age, India, on June 20, 2017.

Hugging

Sannyasins are widely known for their spontaneous loving hugs. Yet who knew the significance of touch for the emotional and physical health for all humans – from newborns to old persons? Thanks to Dr. Mercola who provided the research.

Nanammal

Feeling stiff when you get out of bed? And you are not even ‘that’ old? Here’s an inspirational woman who hasn’t even been to consult a doctor her entire life.

atoms_for_peace_stamp

With humankind now being constantly exposed to radiation, Surendra looks into the chilling status quo. Part 1 of 2 of his essay, ‘Radiation and the Nuclear Nightmare’.