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Guided Meditation for Deep Relaxation

This Guided Meditation will lull you into Deep Relaxation . You may use this whenever you have time, day or night. Make yourself comfortable and relax to this amazing meditation by The Honest Guy’s.

Tips on a successful relaxing experience:

  • Find a quiet place where you wont be disturbed and turn-off your cellphone.
  • Wear comfortable clothes which are not tight or restrictive and take off your shoes.
  • Sit or lie down in a comfortable position. You may sit cross-legged on the floor or on a chair with your back straight.
  • You may also lie down on your back with hands slightly away from the body, palms facing up and your feet, hip width apart. You may drape a light blanket or a stole on yourself, incase you feel cold.
  • Make any final adjustments before commencing the practice.

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Paddle boarder with Whales

A drone records a breathtaking sight of two whales swimming alongside a paddle boarder in the Australian Coast. Top it off with John Lenin’s famous soundtrack ‘Imagine’ in the background. Absolutely surreal!

Its truly a magical movement watching man and animal together as one, gives hope to a possibility of all beings coexisting in harmony. Time stands stills for a brief moment. The lyrics send out a very strong message, makes you really think, doesn’t it?

 

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The Great Indian BP Survey shows around 33 per cent Indians suffer from Hypertension, but are unaware

Lipla Negi , India Today  |   New Delhi, October 5, 2015 |

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33 per cent of the Indian population is suffering from hypertension. But more than two-third of them are not even aware of the disorder, says The Great Indian BP (blood pressure) Survey conducted by Cardiological Society of India.

It was a chance visit to the doctor, which revealed everything was not right with his health. “Your blood pressure is little raised,” the doctor told 26-year-old Manav Mitra, who had accompanied his younger brother for a routine checkup at his GP’s clinic. Little did he know that this casual visit was soon going to have a huge impact on his lifestyle.

“My elevated reading came as a shock. I do not smoke. I do not have a family history. So, I was least expecting the 150/95mm Hg blood pressure reading,” shares the IT professional. When he tried to look for the possible reasons, he realised where he went wrong. Young and ambitious, Mitra heavily depended on takeaways (fast food) due to his hectic work schedule and late nights. Ordering food was quick and convenient – speed dial, place the order, eat and keep working – hassle free and taste buds flattering.Continue Reading..

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