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Sound of Infinity based on Nada Yoga by Dr Anju Sharma is a novelty in wellness

At the 2nd edition of National Wellbeing Summit organized by Shobhit University in Delhi on Feb 29, “Sound of Infinity”, a musical healing band founded by Dr Anju Sharma received a lot of traction. Dr Sharma is a psychiatrist, sound & energy master, wellness-holistic coach and speaker. At the conference, she showed a glimpse of how the vibration can affect …

Healthy Peace: Mindfulness, attention, goodness—all lead to better learning and longevity of life

Training of mind for well-being is quite possible. Neuro-scientists are now sure that there is a bidirectional communication between mind and body. In other terms, it means healthy mind has a direct bearing on a healthy body. While Indian meditation and yogic sciences may have long advocated this, a confirmation from modern scientific studies paves the way for more understanding …

Yoga can be helpful in Rehab of cosmonauts

Yoga can be a part of astronauts’ rehabilitation program after space mission, Russian cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko has said. Kornienko was in India as part of the six-day ‘Rosatom Festival of Science & Culture’ organized recently by Rosatom State Atomic Energy Corporation of Russia in early November. The cosmonaut, who along with NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly, spent a staggering 342 days …

I-Day SPECIAL: Ancient ‘Gurukul’ practices in schools coming of age

A  Silent Movement of mainstreaming ancient and beneficial yogic sciences is building up slowly in India   Government schools in Delhi are experiencing a ‘Happiness Curriculum’ from July 12th this year and what is important, the 50,000 teachers, who otherwise always give a cold shoulder to additional work or change, aren’t complaining about it. In a sense, it is giving …

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