AYURME PAHI PRANAM MEM PAHMA PANAM MEM PAHI VYANAM ME PAHI CHAKSHUR ME PAHI SHROTRAM ME PAHI VACHAM MEM PINVA MANO JINVATMANAM MEM PAHI JYOTIRMEM JACHCHAM.
O God! May you protect my life-span.
May you protect my praña, apana and vyana life currents. May you protect my eyes and ears. May you enrich my voice and make my mind contented. May you protect my soul and bestow light on me.
Good health is the pivot of jivana sadhana. Any kind of progress - temporal or spiritual – is conditional on vibrant health. Money, fame, power, knowledge and even tapa – all depend on it. But in spite of this being a common knowledge, most of the people are casual about it, albeit with varying excuses and justifications. Some are too busy to care for health, while some lay the blame on circumstances.
The root cause of neglecting health is the lack of a holistic vision of
life. Most of the people are in such a tearing hurry to ‘arrive’ or get
more and more that they do not have time to pause and think about their
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