Author: Sri Tatwamasi DixitContributor(s)/Artis: V.Ramakrishna Ghanpatigal/T.R.LakhminarsimhaPublisher: Music TodayYear: 2004Language: EnglishPages: NAISBN/UPC (if available): CD SO 02094
Sri Tatwamasi Dixit was introduced to the power and breadth of the Vedas at the age of three. Over the years, his deep scrutiny to the Vedas has led him to relate its wisdom to the modern metaphor.The Ojas Movement promotes the Vedic path to healthy living. Mining the essence of the Vedas, this movement advocated the use of chanting, guided meditation, stress reduction, diet modification and exercise to deal with health challenges of day today living. The CDThe Vedas are timeless. They transcend religion and beliefs. They encompass immense knowledge and wisdom. Traditionally it has been taught that just listening to Vedic mantras, permeates and nurtures the mind and soul.A complete program for the prevention and rehabilitation of heart disease involves active reduction of stress. A healthy diet, meditation and exercise are part of this program. Listening to Vedic mantras, specifically aimed at the heart, will place one firmly on the path to good health and well-being.The heart is perceived as the seat of emotions. Negative energies, both physical and emotional inflict great pain on the heart. It is the human tendency to hold on the negative motions and brood over them. This sustained emotional stress, if not dealt with in the proper way, get converted into physical ailments of the heart.When we ignore and discard decisions made by the heart in favour of the rational dictates of the head, the resulting conflict can damage the heart. An estranged heart, hurt constantly suppression, is abag of choked emotions. Opening the self to the inner voice of the heart, allows healing.