May 2017

Dealing with Uncertainty

The dire need of today is to awaken the society and the world to the reality of who we are, and what we want! If you ask anybody, why they do what they do? And if they ponder upon this question, the answer is: “Happiness”. Everybody is looking for happiness.

5 Ways to Improve Focus, Achieve More

Many of us struggle with focus. And there are different reasons why we may face trouble focusing – we’re tired, bored, uninterested, anxious, stressed, and so on. The lack of focus predominantly originates from a scattered and restless mind. So, how do you bring the mind into focus? Research suggests that people use a range of “smart drugs” - from prescribed ones to the illicit, to boost their work or academic performance. Wouldn’t it be safer and healthier to develop focus more naturally by making the mind more restful?

Preventive Nutrition

Wellness and illness are based on the basic principles of biochemistry and biophysics. Understanding and following these principles will lead to optimal health. Good nutrition starts with the use of organic foods and clean water. The next step is to become aware of the role of intestinal flora. There are trillions of microorganisms and a hundred different species that live in the intestines. In a healthy digestive system, the majority of flora is beneficial to your body.

Sri Sri inaugurates Yoga Club for law makers

Gurudev’s Japan Happiness tour kicked off with a public talk at the Asakusa Public Hall. The venue is located in the heart of Tokyo’s down town area, near Sensoji, a very popular Buddhist temple, built in the 7th century. Over 1000 people experienced an evening of wisdom and mediation where Gurudev shared secrets to maintain a Happy and relaxed mind, and encouraged everyone to just make one commitment – “To Be Happy, and not lose one’s smile in any situation”.

The Vaishnavaite temple at Thiruvidandai, Tamilnadu

The temple at Thiruvidandai near Mahabalipuram in the state of Tamilnadu is one of the revered Divyadesams of Maha Vishnu. The Lord here is revered as ‘Sri Nithya Kalyana Perumal’. This is an ancient temple more than 1000 years old and is located at a distance of about 40 km from the city of Chennai, in the Indian state of Tamilnadu. This holy place is also known as ‘Sripuri’ and ‘Varaghapuri’.