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Yoga all over India
The article Nasa to Vyasa in the December 2019 issue was very interesting. I request Dr H R Nagendra to train yoga teachers to open yoga centres all over India. It is yoga which removes diseases from the root, without leaving harmful side effects. Governments as well as NGOs should help in every possible way.
The article Going beyond grief by Jamuna Rangachari was also very good and educative.
A S Dandekar, Mumbai
Yoga & Meditation to pave the way ahead
Catharsis Through Creativity by Swati Moheet Agrawal in the November 2019 issue of Life Positive is one of the best articles which have appeared in your prestigious magazine so far. Yoga and Meditation (YAM) is indeed a creative activity, which helps us tame the wayward mind like other creative arts such as painting, and knitting. Also, it enables us to access our deepest feelings and banishes unhealthy ways of managing emotions. YAM helps one to feel whole and complete in all respects. One begins to feel the Self residing in our hearts as enjoined by Lord Krishna in His sermon to Arjuna in the holy Gita.
Also, the interview with the president of Life Positive was very significant. Dr Kaarthikeyan is truly a man of integrity, as described in detail by Shivi Verma. He is totally committed to the cause of human upliftment. We wish him good health and long life to continue to pursue his passion with missionary zeal. I would like to apprise him of the contribution of Yoga & Meditation(YAM) programme of the Indian Railways (IR) in improving Safety in Operations. We have over three decades of experience in YAM and feel that there is a need to replicate the I R model of YAM in the rest of society.
Rajendra Kumar Palhan, Former GM /Indian Railways
CEO, Delhi School of Yoga
Play your best role
It was a great pleasure to read All the world’s a stage by AS Dandekar in the November 2019 issue of Life Positive. Many a time, we are irritated by the behaviour of our near ones and friends but, it’s true, as the writer says, that we should accept everything which is beyond our control. It reminds us to play our role to the best of our ability without being concerned about what others do to us. It encourages us to think in a new and positive way. I really liked this article. Thanks.
Appreciation for Megha’s musings
I am a regular reader of LP which is rendering wonderful service to society. I just read What you see is what you get by Megha Bajaj in the November 2019 issue. I can connect with her views and fully agree with her. I always look forward to her column.
Anil Malhotra via email
While browsing through the articles in the old issues, I stumbled upon Getting off the Pendulum Swing written by editor Shivi Verma in the May 2019 issue pf Life Positive. Her reflective thoughts poignantly expressed therein resonate with those in my heart. Life is indeed strange and beyond our understanding!
Prof. AVR Rao via email
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