March 25, 2019 Jonathan

By OSHO The body and the mind are not two things. The mind is the inner part of the body, and the body is the outer part of the mind – anything can start in the body and can enter into the mind or vice versa. There is no division; there is no watertight compartment. A fifty percent limit All problems have two edges to them: they can be tackled through the mind and through the body. A few people believe that all problems are of the body – the physiologists, the Pavlovians, the behaviourists. They treat the body, and…

March 23, 2019 Jonathan

There are many easy approaches to transform your daily routines into fun activities that generate more aliveness and well-being. “You have to look at beauty and enjoy; you have to listen to music and enjoy; you have to touch the rocks and leaves and human beings – the warmth, the texture – and enjoy. Use all your senses, use them at their optimum, then you will really live and your life will be aflame; it will not be dull. It will be aflame with energy and vitality.”– OSHO (Tao: The Pathless Path) How many times have we been inspired by…

March 14, 2019 Jonathan

I firmly believe that ‘Life is meant for enjoyment’. But whenever I have stated it to anyone, I have always tried to convey it too that ‘Your connotation to the word Enjoyment must be right.’ Because having the right understanding, having the right connotation is the most important part of it. Only with having right connotation and understanding, you can spend your hard earned money and the money you got in inheritance appropriately. Otherwise you can ruin all that you have and your life too in the name of enjoyment. Ask yourself a few questions – Can a person suffering…

March 7, 2019 Jonathan

Of course, the memory can be improved. It can be improved vastly. It can be improved by anyone with normal intelligence. Moreover, the methods by which it can be cultivated are all founded on practical common sense. Every experience in life makes an impression through one or more of the senses on some of the cells of the brain, or other nerve centres. The problem of memory improvement is to emphasize these impressions and to file them away in such an orderly manner that many will remain intact. The clearer the impressions, and the neater your mental storehouse, the easier…

March 6, 2019 Jonathan

By Marion Hilliard, M.D. Condensed From: Women and Fatigue – A Woman Doctor’s Answer A happy bedroom takes on the attributes of a sanctuary for a married couple. Within these four walls, husband and wife reach the height and the depth of the expression of their life together. If they both feel that this is a resting-place for them to keep returning to, their children will also feel it. I remember rushing home after school as a child and shouting for Mother, as every child does, and then running upstairs to Mother’s and Father’s big bedroom and finding her sitting…

March 5, 2019 Jonathan

By OSHO Excerpted From: Death To Deathlessness Q: Although you keep telling us to enjoy sex and to have fun, I often find myself feeling serious and not very alive when I have sex. Somehow I’m afraid to just have fun. I don’t understand it. Can you explain? A: Everybody understands it, including you. It is your conditioning. You have been told so many times that sex is sin, that, whenever you make love, immediately that conditioning comes in between you and your lover. You start feeling guilty and serious. You are doing something against all the great religious people…

February 28, 2019 Jonathan

By Morton M. Hunt Tears are much more than the outpouring of sorrow, for they may also start forth in the presence of beauty, in moments of great joy, at times of sudden relief from worry. In such situations, they seem unreasonable and inappropriate. Yet a significant lesson of contemporary psychology is that such unexpected actions stem from the most powerful but best-hidden needs and secrets of our own hearts. Unaccountable tears can therefore be a means of self-revelation, personal wisdom and deeper happiness. Not long ago, my wife was leafing through our photograph album – a vivid reminder of…

February 18, 2019 Jonathan

Some of the best things in life come easy! Here are over 100 timely tips and handy hints on how you can exercise better, relieve pain, reduce stress, and improve your eating habits, among other things… FITNESS 1. RICE YOUR KNEE – If you are often plagued by runner’s knee during your morning run, shorten your stride and make sure your knees are not completely straight when your feet hit the ground. Flexed knees diffuse the impact of running. RICE – Rest, Ice, Compression and Elevation could help. 2. MAKE A QUICK COMEBACK – Don’t baby yourself too long after…

February 11, 2019 Jonathan

By Gary Yanker Author (Gary Yanker) Bio: He has written health columns for American Health, Women’s Day, Weight Watchers, and the New York Times as well as a dozen books on health and fitness, including the pathbreaking Exercise Walking. A recognized authority on moderate exercise, he lives in Tucson, Arizona and New York City. Walking is the most efficient exercise for improving overall fitness. It uses more muscles in a continuous, uniform action than most other forms of exercise, and it remains accessible to you throughout life. It is often used as an integral part of medical programs to prevent…

February 6, 2019 Jonathan

Total wellness being (TWB) is achieved by a combination of balanced aerobic exercise (AE), positive eating plan (PEP) and emotional equilibrium (EE). The total wellness point (TWP) and TWB was developed by Dr. Kenneth Cooper “the father of aerobics,” and his associates in the USA. Part I will consider aerobic exercise as a component of TWP. In the late 1960s, Cooper had scientifically studied the five types of exercises, namely isometric, isotonic or isophasic, isokinetic, anaerobic and aerobic and established the superiority of aerobics. The term aerobics was coined by him. Aerobic exercises demand large amounts of oxygen for long…

February 6, 2019 Jonathan

There are different kinds of rupture, but this discussion will be devoted to abdominal hernia. A rupture, or hernia, is a protrusion of any organ or part of the body through an opening in the wall of tissue that normally contains it. Abdominal hernia is an abnormal protrusion of some of the abdominal contents through a weakened portion of the abdominal wall. The abdominal cavity is lined by a membrane known as the peritoneum, in which are openings through which pass nerves, veins and arteries, which vessels sometimes are enclosed in special ducts. The peritoneum is reinforced by various muscles,…

February 4, 2019 Jonathan

Write down your thoughts to release the stress that could be bottling up inside you… it works! My mind always returns to a cold, October night when words bailed me out. There was my grandfather, lying on an anonymous hospital bed, wired to a frightening maze of tubes. I stared, speechless. Emotion choked my throat but I was completely tearless. It was only when I pulled out my journal and poured words on empty sheets that a deep, private anguish gushed out of me. We live in times of undue stress. What makes it worst is the absence of those…