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  • Of mindfulness

    The greatest present you can give is your presence!

  • This Ramadan, what's on your Mind Platter?

    We generally think of the food pyramid when we think of what items should be on our plate to optimise physical health. What would be the equivalent of a recommended daily diet for a healthy mind?

  • The healthy and holy detox — Yoga during Ramadan

    It is a month of introspection, devotion and self-discipline. Comprising 30 days of abstinence, during Ramadan, it is important to keep your mind and body strong.

  • Sonic salutations to the sun

    Surya Namaskar has many benefits. Here are a few: weight loss, better blood circulation, strengthening of muscles and joints, improved flexibility and toning, improved digestion and respiration, improved sleep, reduced depression and anxiety, regularised menstrual cycle, reduced blood sugar level, detoxification of the body and calming of the mind.

  • Hanging on in quiet desperation?

    Many Bangladeshis experience depression and anxiety, but the general mass lack awareness on the causes, the symptoms or treatment of mental illnesses. Often people are even oblivious to fact that they suffer from mild to severe forms of depression.

  • Emotional Freedom

    We all at some points in our lives must cope with physical ailments. Flu, fever, endometriosis, slip disk, torn ACL, ulcers, acid reflux, piles, heart conditions, diabetes, chronic pain, etc.

  • Attitude of gratitude

    In a state of gratitude, our brain releases dopamine, which makes us feel good. When you are feeling grumpy, the quickest way to change your mood is to say, Thank You!

  • Break bad habits to make space for new possibilities

    Samskara saksat karanat purvajati jnanam.

  • Transforming the mind – from anger to compassion

    The mind, or an individual's stream of consciousness, can become polluted by ignorance, attachment and aversion.

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