Showing posts from April, 2021

Your Life is Your Program

In the current age, a lot of people working from home are increasingly interconnected with almost all the world through the electronic gadgets like mobile phones, computers, laptops, iPads, tablets, etc. With these new habits made in the recent decades, it feels as if this is the new norm. Nowadays people are expected to be available online except when they are sleeping, and are expected to answer to the innumerable IMs, chats, and other messages that keep bombarding the devices in hand. For newcomers, it may seem to be an enjoyable experience to start with, but soon, the disillusionment occurs, when the lines between Work and Personal life get not just blurred, but simply wiped out! At this juncture, what the professionals need is not the tips and techniques to run and win the rat race only in the materialistic world, but it is more about being selective in choosing the projects, either in personal life or at work, and giving their best. So, focused few versus insignificant many. Prog


Bondage means the state of being a slave,  or of being severely restrained by obligations or circumstances. A state of subjection to a force, power, or influence or being under restraint. In general, to refer to anything that keeps us from being fully submitted to the Almighty. A person who is attached to his job and no choice to leave it because of financial pressure for maintaining his family is an example of bondage. The following incident in Mahabarath shows us how a courageous personality's life ended miserably tied in bondage restrained by obligations or circumstances by supporting an unrighteous person. Guru Drona, Master of the Kaurava dynasty arranged a tournament between the sons of the kings to display their skills. Arjuna was the chief attraction of the tournament as an efficient archer.  Karna, who was also an Archer was not allowed to showcase his skills on the basis of his caste by Kripacharya, another Master.  Duryodhana, son of Dhritarashtra, the king

Geriatrics and Exercise.

Imagine a scenario where you are unable to even walk for 3 mins, unable to lift the groceries or even activities like combing hair which once you could do effortlessly in seconds. These are the common complaints we as physiotherapists receive in our clinics daily. So what is the solution? Why are people facing these issues at a very young age compared to previous generations? Simple the answer is lack of activity and the constant help we receive with the help of technology. Aging is inevitable but combined with obesity and lack of activity we are only adding fuel to the growing problem. What is the solution?   Exercise.! I know all hate that word but I am not asking to hit the gym take membership to expensive places when you are not ready to commit. We as physios recommend the first take up a test for checking the readiness to do an activity. Once that is done next is adding a minimum of 15 minutes of exercise to start off with. It can be any of your favorite activities. Before you hit

Moderation of the senses and balance in Life.

Moderation means the quality of doing something within reasonable limits and not being extreme. It further means balance in all senses and faculties, nothing more or less than what is naturally required for any specific purpose.  Generally, we find today moderation disturbed in all most all cases. The result that follows is nothing but disturbance and mental conflict and it is the root cause of all the troubles and miseries we are now facing.  There is a  saying. " Ati sarvatra varjayet ",  means excessive indulgence in anything that should be given up.  Nowadays, there is a foolish and painful drive to cross the limits of moderation.  The irony is despite knowing this many of us to attach undue importance to whatever thing comes to our view and we strengthen it by the force of our thought with the result that it grows stronger over all others. The result is nothing but disturbance and mental conflict and it is the root cause of all our troubles and miseries. Anyt