Letter of the month
Happiness generates health
Life Positive teaches me to be happy, and in my practice I believe that if a person is not happy and healthy mentally, his physical health is impacted. This magazine has motivated me to treat the emotional issues of my patients first because that benefits their physical health. When a person has a positive outlook towards life, he heals faster. I do recommend Life Positive to my patients and invite them to focus only on the positive things in life. So far it has worked wonders!
Dr Komal Thakur Domadia, (MD, AM) via emaill
I read the two articles, Meeting Christ and Guru Cool in the September 2015 issues of Life Positive with a lot of interest. What makes Life Positive really rich are articles like these giving the perspectives of enlightened souls.
Whenever we go through the words of these enlightened masters we gain new insights, even though none
contradicts the other. These masters are people who have risen above religion. Unearthing and bringing them into the limelight is the most commendable work that Life Positive is doing. In every issue there should be at least two such articles. Only the enlightened ones can enlighten us.
Life Positive has been instrumental in several ways in my spiritual evolution.
Tom Mathew, Kerala
A panacea for life
Ever since I became a subscriber of Life Positive, it has become my panacea for life. The lucid and assertive style of the writers in Life Positive is marvellous. I always keep a a past copy of LP in my bag while travelling, and it inspires and motivates me. Suma Varughese’s Editspeak is very delightful. All articles are praiseworthy. I especially commend the article written by Shivi Varma on boredom, in the September issue of LP. It is a relevant topic and I love Osho’s comment that boredom simply means that you are intelligent. She has analysed boredom in detail and beautifully explained the various methods to keep boredom at bay. I am glad to see a book review of Osho’s Satchitananda, but I expect a detailed article about Osho in your magazine, since he is a spiritual legend who has made a revolutionary contribution to the science of inner transformation. I wish to thank the contributors and mentors of the magazine for enriching our life with spirituality.
Padmakshan P via email
The power of the unknown
The lead story, Befriend the unknown (Life Positive, October 2015), is very informative and useful in today’s fast life. When a man is born he is unaware of wordily wisdom and knowledge. Slowly the unknown becomes known. Still one life is not enough to know all that is unknown in this world. When one is in misery/tension/depression, taking interest in unknown subjects or even light creative shows like a music concert, drama/dance or a regional film can help in overcoming it. Even a visit to an unknown place is helpful. Distraction from our worries helps overcome them. Creativity always shows the way out.
Yours faithfully,Kumar, via email
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