Spiritual Health

Heal Mind, Body and Spirit with ‘Gayathri Mantra’

A scientifically proven mantra to obtain physical, mental and spiritual health (Holistic health). The ‘Gayathri Mantra’

Dear Readers, please note all that is written here are the outcome of my research and understanding of a Universal Prayer, the “Gayathri Mantra”.  Thanks to all the YouTube contributors and writers. References are all at the bottom.  This may not be a perfect explanation because my small mind can hold only so little of the Mystical knowledge of India’s Great Sage Vishwamithra.  There might be great scholars who can understand this better, I request my readers to forgive me if I have made any mistakes in this.

First of all, I was born in a Christian family and after learning our scriptures and reading the scriptures of all religions found the Universal truth: “All of us are souls who have taken our bodies as costumes to act in this Universe.  Once our part of acting ends we will leave our costumes (bodies) and go to our real home”. We are all striving towards a single goal to reach our Heavenly Father the Founder and Director of the Universe; using various paths and means”. Though our ultimate goal is one and the same the paths (Religions) are dividing us. Now my religion is humaneness. I love Gayatri Mantra and recite it daily several times of the day.  It really gives a positive energy and enthusiasm. Now let us go deep into its explanation by several great Pundits.

By the way Gayathri Mantra is not a prayer to the Hindu God’s, that’s only a misinterpretation of several religious leaders, it’s an Indian prayer to praise, worship and adore the almighty God who controls the Universe and it’s a scientifically proven powerful Hymn which energizes the whole body and creates holistic health. Read more…

Spiritual wellness

Spiritual wellness is described differently by each person, but the concept generally relates to one’s sense of purpose, life’s meaning, our relationship to other people and a self-awareness to these things.

Many define spirituality according to religious values while others find expression of spirituality through personal relationships or through nature. In all cases the AAEP agrees and believes that living a professional life full of meaning, purpose and rich relationships with others is both important and intrinsic to being an equine veterinarian.

Spiritual wellness provides us with systems of faith, beliefs, values, ethics, principles and morals. A healthy spiritual  practice may include examples of volunteerism, social contributions, belonging to a group, fellowship, optimism, forgiveness and expressions of compassion. Spiritual wellness allows one to live a life consistent with his or her own belief and moral systems, while we establish our feeling of purpose and find meaning in life events. Read more…


Exercise in any form is good for our health; be it a cardio workout, Sumba, jogging, and so on. One such form which has been practiced since ancient times in India is ‘YOGA’.  It has gained immense popularity in recent years all over the world because of the innumerable ways yoga benefits health. Patanjali was the pioneer of classical yoga. According to him, Yoga is a way to still our minds for realizing the higher self.

The term “Yoga” is a Sanskrit word that means “Union”. Thus, yoga develops a better connection between our mind and body through multifarious postures, asanas, meditation, and breathing techniques and calming down the fluctuations of consciousness. Mainly Yoga is classified as “Raja Yoga” (meditation and contemplation) and “HathaYoga” (yoga postures and asanas). Read more…


The spiritual element of wellness can be the most personal piece of the puzzle when trying to place all seven dimensions of wellness together. Generally, people like to live a life with meaning and purpose. When these goals are met, it puts harmony in one’s life, and the others they surround themselves with.

So, what can you do to improve your spiritual wellness? It’s best to figure out what techniques work for you. Since spiritual wellness involves one’s values, beliefs, and purpose, it can be achieved in several ways—both physically and mentally.

1. Explore your spiritual core. By exploring your spiritual core, you are simply asking yourself questions about the person you are and your meaning. Ask yourself: Who am I? What is my purpose? What do I value most? These questions will lead you down a road where you will think more in-depth about yourself and allow you to notice things about yourself that will help you achieve fulfillment. Read more…


There are many components to our overall health and well-being, including physical, mental and emotional. However, one important aspect that can often be overlooked is spiritual wellness.

What is spiritual wellness? The general definition of spiritual wellness is the search for your life’s meaning and purpose, as well as striving for consistency in your values and your actions. Read more…


Spiritual meditation is used across the globe in countless religions and cultures.

Some use it for stress and relaxation, others use it to clear their minds, and some use it to awaken and deepen their connection to something greater than themselves.

While many scientific studies have looked closely at how meditation can provide relaxation benefits, fewer have looked at its spiritual effects.

This is likely because spirituality isn’t easily measured.

Still, there’s a significant body of scientific literature that discusses spiritual meditation in many of its different forms. Read more…


Most people only understand the physical aspect of yoga, which entails stretching and stances to limber up the body and improve posture. But there is more to it than that. It also has a profound impact on a person’s life because of the way that it changes the mind in three unique ways. Read on to find out more about these amazing benefits.

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“The spiritual dimension is your center, your commitment to your value system. It draws upon the sources that inspire and uplift you and tie you to timeless truths of humanity.”
Stephen Covey

Wellness is defined today in the dimensions of mind, body, and spirit. Included in these dimensions are physical, mental, emotional, sexual, social, and spiritual health. We cannot have total wellness if we ignore any one of these dimensions. Read more…