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About BVG Janaka dasa das

The counsellor, trainer and lecturer of Balanced and Healthy lifestyle, body, art, music, trance etc philosophy, psychology and psychotherapy. The leader of personal development and team building groups and private practice of psychotherapy.

9 Ways to Improve Your Posture

Good posture is an easy and very important way to maintain a healthy mind and body. When you practice correct posture, your body is in alignment with itself. This can alleviate common problems such as back or neck pain, headaches, … Continue reading

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Mission Statement Worksheet

Adapted from Stephen Covey, First Things First, 1994 By following the suggested six steps, you will begin writing a personal mission statement that will inspire you and will provide direction and guidance for your life. Remember that a personal mission … Continue reading

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Work-life balance: Tips to reclaim control

When your work life and personal life are out of balance, your stress level is likely to soar. Use these practical strategies to restore harmony. By Mayo Clinic staff There was a time when the boundaries between work and home … Continue reading

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Sleep Disorders and Insomnia

By Michael Bengston, M.D. Sleep disorders affect a lot more people than you may realize — up to 20% of Americans in any given year according to the National Institutes of Health. These disorders and the resulting sleep deprivation interfere … Continue reading

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Finding, and Keeping, a Healthy Life Balance

By Maud Purcell, LCSW, CEAP It’s always the same story. A woman comes into my office feeling like she is having a “nervous breakdown” or as though her relationship is “on the rocks.” The problem is rarely that serious and … Continue reading

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A Wealth of Health Tips for Woes at Work

Successfully treating-preventing workplace health issues — stress, depression, colds, fatigue, bodily aches and pains — through positive psychology and profound spirituality, healthy lighting, wholesome food, proper posture and exercise, deep rest, sound sleep, suitable meditation, and much more. © Copyright … Continue reading

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Inspiring quotes on spiritual realization, leadership, excellence, character, virtue, service, work-ethic, and more

Here is a wealth of inspirational source-material on spiritual realization, leadership, excellence, character, virtue, service and more, drawn from the words of just a few of our great spiritual luminaries, including Jesus, the sagely authors of the Upanishads and Bhagavad … Continue reading

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101 Important Questions To Ask Yourself in Life

“The key to wisdom is knowing all the right questions.” – John Simone What questions do you ask yourself every day? Believe it or not, the kind of questions you ask determine the kind of life you lead. That’s because … Continue reading

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Health Problems caused by Computer

I am frequent computer user. Of course it’s interesting to know how danger for my health computer can be. Working with computer for whole day is not rare nowadays. If it’s an aspect of our work or if we use … Continue reading

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How to Improve Posture? Posture Exercises to Correct Bad Posture.

We all aspire to look good, but while taking care of all other minor issues we often forget to take care of one of the most important thing – our posture. A correct posture is a mandatory requirement for an … Continue reading

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Black and White of Using Computer

Nowdays, most of people are using computer in their activity.Many of people argued that they can’t work without using computer.As the fact computer give us many advantages forexample when we write in computer we can save our time and edit … Continue reading

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The Art of Mindful Walking

By D. M. Hulet Taking a walk to clear your head – putting some distance between you and the things that are stressing you out, at home or at work – even if it’s just a quick jog around the … Continue reading

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Quotes to inspire for Balanced and Healthy lifestyle

“We are not animals. We are not a product of what has happened to us in our past. We have the power of choice.“ ~Stephen Covey “It always seems impossible until its done.” ~ Mandela “What you are will show … Continue reading

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Clinical Care in Ayurveda or the Role of Our Five Material Bodies (Panchakosa) in Treatment Planning

By Nimai Nitai Dasa* There are three fundamental approaches to Ayurveda that reflect particular psychological dispositions of different types of therapists and patients, derived from a predominating tendency toward manifesting balance (sattva), assertiveness (rajas), or passivity (tamas). Therapists and patients … Continue reading

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Top Yoga Techniques for a Healthy Life

Yoga!!!!! A buzz word for today’s generation!!!! We all talk about yoga almost everyday but many a times it is difficult for anyone to know which particular yoga is beneficial for one’s health and moreover we get confused most of … Continue reading

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101 Personal Growth Quotes to Give You a Boost of Encouragement

by Steve We can all use encouragement from time to time – and with many people struggling financially one of the most important things you can do to turn your situation around is to look at the positive aspects of … Continue reading

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What is Skillful Emotionality?

SKILLFUL EMOTIONALITY refers to  the ability to: 1.  be aware of arising feelings and the thoughts that accompany them. 2.  be alert to sensations that suggest that evoked emotion is available. 3.  intentionally  access that emotion  and experience it thoroughly through … Continue reading

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12 Ways to Feel Sane in a Crazy World

By gust author Tess Marshall “Happiness is not a matter of intensity but of balance and order and rhythm and harmony.” ~Thomas Merton Today’s technology, the pressures of work, the economy, and fear of the future are just a few … Continue reading

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7 Lessons that You Learn When It Is too Late

Did you ever wish you hadn’t made a certain mistake? I’ve been in that situation plenty of times when I thought to myself “Why didn’t I listen to my mom (friend, husband, common sense)?” Continue reading

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How to Lose Ten Pounds in Ten Seconds

Remember way-back-when when your mother told you time and again to sit up straight? It was a mantra in my family, and I couldn’t understand why scrunching my belly into my hips was such a big deal. Well, now that … Continue reading

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