Saturday, October 1, 2016- By Admin
Health is wealth... !!!!!! Daily jump 108 times.. or walk on pebbles.. a drugless.. cure for major health issues.. including tension and stress.Research has proven that taking a walk in the park really shifts your brain into a calmer state. A study conducted in UK found that walking through green spaces can put your brain into a state of meditation. The act is believed to trigger “involuntary attention”, a process that helps you hold attention while also affording reflection. Practice walking meditation in any of your favourite parks or neighbourhood and enjoy the benefits of adequate physical activity along with relaxing your mind & increasing awareness.
Staying outdoors help in reducing stress
If you need more reasons to take a walk in the park, let us tell you that spending time with nature has been linked with reduction in stress. A number of research have stated that the time spent outdoors help in relieving stress, improve memory, & attention. Even in winter, a simple stroll outside can help you improve your memory and attention span by 20 percent. You can also increase your energy levels considerably by walking outdoors. Cultivate a habit of walking outside for 20-30 minutes regularly per week to relieve stress and boost your brain activity.
Walking helps release stress-busting endorphins
Similar to any cardiovascular exercise, brisk walking helps in endorphin release, which helps reduce stress hormones & battle mild depression. Regular workout coupled with feel-good endorphins can help improve mood and self-esteem.
Walk with a friend for added benefits
Ask your best buddy to tag along while walking for added stress-relieving benefits. Make walking a group activity and see your social bonds going strong along with improved stress resilience & lower levels of stress hormone cortisol. Going for a walk with your loved one or your pet also helps in lowering blood pressure and decrease the secretion of cortisol.
Sunday, October 30, 2016- By Admin
The Hindu festival of Diwali celebrates the victory of Good over the Evil and Light over Darkness. It also marks the beginning of the Hindu New Year. In 2016, Diwali falls on November 11. Lighting lamps, candles, and fireworks are a big part of Diwali. It’s a celebration of light! Can you see those celebratory lights from space? No. More about that below. But you can enjoy it all the same.
An ancient festival to celebrate the triumph of light over dark and good over evil, Diwali – from the Sanskrit word deepawali, meaning row of lights (from the Sanskrit ‘Deepa, meaning light, and Avali, meaning a row) – is also significant in other religions including Buddhism, Sikhism and Jainism.
It marks the homecoming of the God Lord Ram after vanquishing the demon king Ravana.
Diwali is also the Hindu New Year and therefore a major holiday in India, although it’s also celebrated by millions across the world, from India, Nepal and Malaysia to … the UK, with thousands attending Diwali lights switch-on events around the country.
The main festival night of Diwali takes place on the darkest, new moon night of the Hindu Lunisolar month Kartika – all the better to see the fireworks and enjoy the symbolic burning of lamps and candles.
Now about seeing the lights of Diwali from space …
Here’s a real image of India during Diwali: the image below is an image of India during the time of Diwali.NASA says the extra light produced during Diwali