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Ramesh Kumar

Marketing Manager | Posted on | Health-beauty

How to heal mind and body simultaneously?


Mind and body is the interconnection all things including the environment  in which we live. Since the mind and body are connected, Our thoughts are being changed by them.


How can you cultivate balance ?


Take time to quiet your mind and meditate:

Meditation is one of the most powerful tools for restoring balance to our mind and body. In meditation, you experience a state of restful awareness in which your body is resting deeply while your mind is awake though quiet. In the silence of awareness, the mind lets go of old patterns of thinking and feeling and learns to heal itself. Scientific research on meditation is accelerating with the growing awareness of meditation’s numerous benefits, including a decrease in hypertension, heart disease, anxiety, depression, insomnia, and addictive behaviors.


Eat a healthy diet that includes ayurvedic taste with with a wide variety of fruits and vegetables.

A simple way to make sure that you are getting a balanced diet is to include the six tastes (sweet, salty, sour, pungent, bitter, and astringent) in each meal. The typical American diet tends to be dominated by the sweet, sour, and salty tastes (the main flavors of a hamburger). We do need these tastes, but they can lower metabolism especially if eaten in excess.


Engage in daily routine exercise: 

A complete fitness program includes exercises to develop flexibility, cardiovascular conditioning, and strength training. Find an aerobic activity that you enjoy and will be able to three to four times each week for twenty to thirty minutes. After your body is warmed up, spend five to ten minutes stretching. Be sure to include strength training in your program to systematically exercise the major muscle groups of your body. The key is to start off slowly, find physical activities you like, and do them regularly. You will be surprised how quickly you increase your endurance and enthusiasm for moving and breathing.


Enjoy a good belly laugh once a day.

From the scientific perspective, laughter is an elegant mind-body phenomenon that reduces the production of stress hormones and boosts the immune system. Researchers in Japan found that people with rheumatoid arthritis who watched “rakugo” or comic storytelling experienced a significant decrease in their pain and stress hormone levels as well as an increase in two immune-enhancing.




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Retired CEO of a software company | Posted on

Tanya Narang has written very well.


@letsuser | Posted on

The key to heal both mind and body starts within. Your mind is in constant activity. It keeps firing thoughts 24 hours a day even when you are asleep you dream. The key is to stop your track of thoughts and try to be still.
If there is something bothering you try to resolve it if not learn to let it go. In a day's span you do a lot of things like work, study, read or watch TV. You are constantly feeding information to your mind and it keeps processing it. Give it a rest. Focus on doing things that bring you peace. Try to bring the chaos in your mind to a still. Start here and slowly develop this habit to calm your thoughts; that is where your trigger lies. 

Once the mind is calm focus on your body start doing yoga and other activities that help you sharpen focus. Give yourself time and effort to heal.



Student ,blogger | Posted on

Have you ever been perfectly calm during an argument or in traffic or during your daily hustle in life? Have you ever confronted a tense situation while being relaxed and thinking smarter at the same time? Mindfulness is all about that, being present in the moment.
What is Mindfulness?
Mindfulness is the manual focusing of your attention and thoughts to the present moment, being aware of everything in the surroundings. It is a calm approach to activate and observe all your senses. Mindfulness is a practice which channels all your thoughts without judging them and helps you feel and think better. It decreases your stress and increases your focus.
Origin of Mindfulness
Mindfulness has its roots back to Buddhism where this form of meditation is taught to the monks for the liberation of their mind and body from worldly pleasures and problems. It helps them attain ‘ Nirvana’ or the feeling of blissfulness. It is taught that the aim of mindfulness is to stop the arising of disturbing thoughts and emotions, which arise from sense-contact.
How do you practice Mindfulness?
It does not require us to become Buddhists to practice mindfulness. There are various ways which are quite easy to implement even in our busy schedules. Some of them which I found quite effective myself are listed below: Joel Johnson
Pause between an action: I don’t know why but pausing your routine work for a moment and observing your surroundings with all your senses does have a positive vibe on your mind and soul. You feel the difference between merely existing and living. A small change in your routine makes you more mindful
Walk mindfully: Now how does one walk mindfully? Just walk slowly and try to feel the ground beneath you, feel your legs, feel the energy flowing through your toes. If possible remove your footwear, walk barefoot. Observe the environment around you. You will feel more lively and cheerful.
Acknowledge others: YES!! You guys need to start listening to what others have to say on something. Don’t just hear, try to listen mindfully. Filling yourself with your thoughts and assumptions won’t do any good. Listening to others enriches your knowledge and awareness while simultaneously striking ideas between people.
Eat mindfully: Good food can easily make someone’s day. In fact, many people get irritated if they haven’t eaten properly. All that delicious food you eat goes unnoticed if you eat while watching TV or using phones. You are missing out an amazing sensory function of taste!
Introspection: Observe all your thought and emotions, but don’t get carried away in your thought. Analyze them and check if there was something that you could’ve done better, maybe talk more softly and enthusiastically or just wish your loved ones a simple Good Morning. It enhances your view towards life and other aspects of it
Long story short, pause for a moment, observe all your senses, observe your breathing for a minute or two. Be aware of your surroundings. Feel the wind blowing, feel your heart beating, let lose your hands and feet, channel your thoughts.
These skills will help you relax your mind and channel your thoughts for a better version of yourself. You know what they say , CARPE DIEM, cease the moment.
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