So often in our day to day life, we come across people talking about the compatibility between life partners. These are people cutting across religions, nationalities, genders, and age groups, but talking about the same elusive ‘Compatibility’ in their married lives. People from all sorts of relationship backgrounds like living-ins, looking to get married, married, long-married and so on are either hopeful of compatibility or are perturbed for not yet having the compatibility. At times I feel, is Compatibility a milestone to achieve, which once achieved will never ever wane off? Perhaps not. If so, is this chase and such a big noise about compatibility worthwhile? Or, people are just using this word to hide their own limitations.
यहां योग के माध्यम से मधुमेह को प्रभावी रूप से नियंत्रित करने के लिए 15 मिनट की दिनचर्या है। इस दिनचर्या का पालन दिन में और कभी भी किया जा सकता है। इसे प्रभावी साबित करने के लिए केवल दो चीजों की आवश्यकता है: 1. इसे नियमित रूप से किया जाना चाहिए, 2. इसे कम से कम कुछ महीनों तक दृढ़ता के साथ किया जाना चाहिए। इसके अलावा, यह चिकित्सा उपचार का प्रतिस्थापन नहीं है, बल्कि एक उत्प्रेरक पूरक है।
Here is a 15 minutes a day regimen for effectively controlling diabetes, through the yoga way. This regimen can be followed anytime of the day and anywhere. It only requires two things to prove effective: 1. it is done regularly, 2. perseverance for at least few months. Moreover, it is not a replacement of medical treatment, but a catalytic supplement.
A 10-year old rustic boy (A) first time found a cycle to ride. He wanted to learn riding it, but was afraid of falling off. For first few days, he could not gather enough courage to pull it out of his home, but he kept thinking and visualizing himself, learning to successfully ride the cycle.
“We are creating our destiny in each moment, through what we think, speak and act.” – Shivi Dua in her book “Let the Power Be With You”
Living in this world, every person has a perception of the world. This perception for each individual is different and unique. Even two people from the same family have different perceptions of the world because their perceptions are driven by their individual way of thinking, way of reacting to situations, liking and disliking and all other things.