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  1. In times like these mindfulness is a blessing! 🙂

  2. Michele Lee says:

    A helpful post packed with info and insight. A calming read too. 🧘🏼‍♀️

  3. Great share, my third post before 3 years is about “how to life in present movement “.lf time permits, you are invited to site.
    Thank you and have a tranquil Saturday.💐💐💐💐🙏🙏🙏

  4. Meditation, pranayama, Namaz, prayer are greater means of raising your awareness to a very high level so that you become highly self-aware of what is happening at present in the movement. I have advised this to many patients to many patients according to their beliefs and faith. The general fundamental concept and fundamental is that all spiritual rituals of most of all sects and religions read to ” Increased self-awareness, better healing, the awakening of “kundalini ” shakti- which leads to major changes in human life.”. One of the warning signals for yoga and meditation is that you need supervision a highly experienced and learned yogi or teacher to move ahead in “sadhna” for spiritual journey.This is all from my personnel experience.Good morning. 🙏🙏💐💐💐💐

    • Rising Star says:

      Good Morning Prakaash, Thanks for your valued and honorable words. All your points are valid and to the point. In fact, as a muslim and in my area, we only prefer Namaz and prayers. We can get every type of mental and spiritual satisfaction from them. Those who pray wholeheartedly can get everything they need. In fact along with the responsibility of Deen it also a great source of providing mental and spiritual satisfaction.
      As long as, Yoga, medatation and mindfulness is concerned, it needs a highly professional teacher to get the true and perfect results from them.
      Have a lovely weekend Prakaash.

      • That’s Great.I have great respect for Islam.I have personally visited many “Durgaah” and “Mosque”. Along with I visited many churches, jain derasar and Gurudawar. I have been brought up in a locality where I having friends from all religious beliefs.I personally gone through many verses of “Quran Sarif”,” “Hadis” and “Tarabi”.I have also gone through many literature of Buddism, Jainism, shikh religion and Christianity.As a doctor, clinician, faculty, and mentor I encounter many patients, students, friends, relatives, and well wishet from different faith and belief system. Along with “Medical advise” I have to give some spiritual and personal advice as ” Mind diversion exercise” according to personel belief system of patient.And according to me in today’s professional worlds and life full of stress this is most powerful tool (I.e. spiritual advices and practice).

      • Rising Star says:

        Thanks for your respect and honour. It’s great to know that you have a broad knowledge of all almost all of the religions and faiths of our subcontinent. In fact it is great to know something about every type of people as it can help you further improve your network of friendship and also as a doctor.
        Yes, spiritual advices and practice is indeed the need of the day.

      • Have a great weekend 👌

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