Live Healthy, Live Long
By Baldeo Sahai
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"Body and mind, and spirit all combine to make the Creature human and divine." - Ella Wheeler Wilcox
We all desire to lead a long and happy life. It can be achieved only through a harmonious development of body, mind and soul. This is exactly what this book offers. Running throughout the book like a thread is the wisdom of ancient Indian philosophy. It explains how to conduct gracious human behaviour (achaar), think positively (vichaar), carry on interpersonal relations (vyavahaar) andselect a suitable diet (ahaar).
By offering insights into the working of human mind, it shows us the way to increase our concentration and efficiency using simple exercises, ayurveda, yoga and meditation. Still, there are road blocks and temptations that influence the soul from all sides – airwaves, billboards, and print media. These are the five formidable enemies of mankind – lust, anger, greed, attachment, and envy. It explains how to deal effectively with each and make a paradise of this planet.
This book is for those who believe in a holistic approach – living healthy and living long!
About the Author: Baldeo Sahai was born on 7 April, 1918, in Jhunjhunu (Rajasthan) in a highly religious family. He was taught the Gita by his grandfather at the age of 12. Since 18 years of age he has been associated with the saints of Ramakrishna Mission and Sivananda Ashram. He was selected for Indian Foreign Service(B) and Indian Information Service. He opted for the latter and superannuated in 1976. He served as the Communication Consultant to Standing Conference of Public Enterprises and many other private and public sector organisations for two decades.
He was music critic for the Hindustan Times for twelve years and art critic for the Illustrated Weekly of India for eight years. He has authored many books. Of these, Indian Shipping – A Historical Survey and Active at Eighty are extremely popular.
A Fellow of Indian National Science Academy, he was conferred a doctorate in History by a university of Netherlands. He founded the Upanishad Society and has written pocket books on all principal Upanishads.