Letter of the month
Awesome March articles
I loved every article carried in the March 2017 issue. I especially liked Suma Varughese's wonderful and meaningful analysis of ahimsa,and how the root of it is in loving and forgiving ourselves. I could also relate totally to her column, Naturally healthy. Megha's article on theLaw of Reciprocation was awesome as were the lead story: Learning for life, All is well, Sounds of silence, and Shivi Verma’s spiritualawakening. All the articles touched the deep core of my soul. Overall, the March issue was holistic and left such a positive impact andunderstanding in my mind!
SRIKALA GANAPATHY, COIMBATORE
Health is my birthright Suma Varughese's column, Naturally Healthy, in the March 2017 issue, was amazing. An unhealthy focus on our body and theresultant anxieties and fears drive us into a rollercoaster ride of ill-health and sickness. Thank you so much for highlighting this. Everyword of it seemed to be so true. The onus is on us only to walk on the road of health and well-being. P Shenoy via email An inspiring issue I have just finished reading the March 2017 edition and could not help applauding the immensely inspiring wonder woman, Sindhu Tai, in the article, The begging bowl that feeds the world by Jamuna Rangachari. It is astounding that a woman begging for her livelihoodwas not only able to change her own destiny but also support nearly 2,000 helpless souls.Megha Bajaj's column, What's your reality? is very thought-provoking and takes you within.Suma Varughese's column, Naturally Healthy, was as reviving as the first shower on the parched earth. I am a chronic sufferer of Idiopatic Thrombocytopenic Parpurae (ITP) and trying hard to combat it by alternative therapies and byenhancing my spirituality. It felt like the article was designed just for me.
Swagatika Mahapatra, via email
As destined, I accidentally saw the February issue of Life Positive in an Air India flight and was delighted with its contents. Ifound many important articles which engrossed me so much that I forgot the fatigue of a 13-hour- long flight. One that touched my heart was the interview of Dr Cheryl Dabhi by Shivi Verma. I clicked excerpts of the interview, and sent it by WhatsApp to my family. "So the one hurting you is your spiritual friend, your soulmate." I can vouch that this is true in my life. The statement that many enlightened people have self-doubt but once they accept that they are enlightened, their life changes drastically is such a powerful statement that it made me feel that that some big positive changes in my life too would soon happen. I also liked Jamuna Rangachari's article, Cut the cord, on Prana Violet Healing. It was nice to read about auras, chakras, cords, the experience of black magic and its six levels.
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