Emotional Health of Health Workforce

Emotional Health of Health Workforce “ the new coronavirus has made all the easy stuff hard”- from the New Yorker We are living in challenging times. Of the many population groups, the group most challenged are the providers of essential services in general and the health workforce in particular. The nearly universal practice of social... Continue Reading →

LOCKDOWN (losses and Gains) Dr.Shashvat Shere

LOCKDOWN (losses and Gains) Dr.Shashvat Shere, Consultant Psychiatrist, Ratnagiri(Maharastra) I used to like to travel a lot, Void in my life I always fought. With meeting people all over, I thought my happiness grows forever. The beautiful colours in the nature, And the sounds of music on the player, The fragrance of a deo or... Continue Reading →

SUFFERING_Some Reflections

SUFFERING-Some reflections The diagnosis of Cancer and living with cancer is associated with suffering. A compilation of narratives from different sources is at the later part of this blogpost. However, the more important purpose of this post is to share the insights of Sri Aurobindo on Suffering. Please read and reflect on the same and... Continue Reading →

Spirituality and Health-R.Srinivasa Murthy

Spirituality and Health-R.Srinivasa Murthy The evidence for the positive evidence of spirituality and its health benefits. This was part of the SPECTRUM lecture series of Sri Aurobindo Cultural Trust Centre at Bangalore. Beginning with the broad definition of spirituality, ‘Spirituality is a broad concept which encompasses the search for MEANING, PERSONAL VALUES and DEVELOPMENT, a... Continue Reading →


From HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL, USA. July 2019. 5 surprising benefits of walking The next time you have a check-up, don't be surprised if your doctor hands you a prescription to walk. Yes, this simple activity that you've been doing since you were about a year old is now being touted as "the closest thing we... Continue Reading →

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