Mumbai city faces it's first intense ra Mumbai
Mumbai city faces it's first intense rainfall for this month.
The city of Mumbai in Maharashtra faced it's first intense rainfall this monsoon season. The rainfall began in the afternoon and lasted till the evening, keeping almost the entire day gloomy. The MET department had also issued a warning 2 days ago regarding the same. No incidents were reported in the city.
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Is Reiki Healing the Antidote to Coronavirus? Expert Ayush Gupta Answers!
Who said miracles does not exist? Making it happen in real life, reiki Healer Ayush Gupta did something unbelievable. The 17-year old guy with the use of energy tried to heal a patient suffering from coronavirus. And guess what? The patient is now fully recovered after suffering from COVID-19. The young boy has done a miraculous work but does not completely claim that reiki therapy can heal a patient suffering from coronavirus. “The doctors and scientists across the globe are conducting multiple types of research in a day to find a vaccine for the deadly virus. I just tried with energy healing and it surprisingly worked”, said Ayush.
The reiki expert further revealed that the Mumbai-based woman Laxmi Bhandari was tested positive for coronavirus on April 29. Speaking about the treatment through energy healing, Ayush said, “Laxmi Ji consulted me on May 1, and we conducted around 12 sessions. She was in her 4 months of pregnancy and by God’s grace, the energy healing worked. By May 11, she was having no symptoms of coronavirus when tested in the hospital. After being in self-quarantine for 14 days, Laxmi Ji and her baby are now doing pretty good.” He even said that this was one of a kind of an experience where Energies cured a patient of a deadly virus which has no vaccine yet.
Ayush has earlier helped many people solve coping up with physical, mental and emotional stress. He even holds the world record for being the youngest Reiki Healer of India and was bestowed with the recognition on April 12, 2014. Born in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, Ayush learnt reiki healing at the age of 12 from his grandmaster Devank Shukla Ji. His father Kashi Prasad Gupta insisted Ayush to learn reiki and today this young guy is doing phenomenal work by spreading positivity all around. Moreover, his clientele includes many celebrities like Remo D’Souza, Shobhit Sinha, Bharti Singh, Nikul Desai, Shankar Mahadevan and Ravi Dubey among others.
With having treated more than 350 people all over India with reiki healing, Gupta has earlier healed patients suffering from cancer and diabetes as well. The latest addition in his list of achievements is the recovery of Laxmi Bhandari from coronavirus. “As of now, I cannot claim reiki healing as the reason behind her recovery from COVID-19. I am working on it and will try testing it to heal other patients suffering from it. If it works, this would perhaps be the biggest achievement of my life”, he added.
The Other Pandemic: Rising Domestic Abuse
In the fight against the dreaded Corona Virus pandemic, lockdown has become a necessity,cutting across languages, geographies, socio-economic strata. And yet, there’s a flip side to it – a threat being faced by an increasing number from a demographic group that roughly comprises one-half of the world’s population – Women!
The threat has been an age-old one, but now exacerbated by the side-effects of lockdown. It’s called domestic violence. And as people fly off the handle under the stress of lockdown and fear of the unknown (the pandemic!), the worrying incidence of domestic violence is rapidly on the rise, the world over.
Statistics are bearing this out on a global scale… During the month of February, Hubei province in Wuhan (the epicentre of the Corona Virus) reported a tripling in domestic violence cases. Brazil’s state-run shelters are experiencing a 40-50% rise in appeals from women in distress under similar circumstances. And it isn’t any better in the so-called developed and wealthy world. That most loved city of Paris has seen a 36% spike; the overall French average itself at a worrying +30%, with the rest of Europe ranging between an increase of 20-30%.
In India, it’s an eerily different story, with the otherwise busy hotlines gone silent – pointing to the distressing fact that the 24x7 presence of the perpetrator at home, is now making it impossible for victims to report brutalities inflicted upon them.
All of these distressing facts prompted Gaali-Free India to examine the issue and trace its origins. Admittedly, while there can never be one single cause, the reality is that domestic violence is often an off-shoot of the perpetrator being inherently abusive by nature. Or, more specifically, by language. A warped sense of entitlement that gives them a misplaced feeling of having some God-given right to take out their anger on soft targets – in this case, women.
Topical as always, Gaali-Free India’s latest campaign trained the spotlight on domestic violence and its rising incidence in the time of lockdown. To be sure, the campaign is not against lockdown;rather, one of its unfortunate side-effects.
It uses now-universally objects like a mask and gloves to creatively unravel its narrative. A narrative succinctly captured by its solitary line ‘If only we could see what lies beneath’. Coupled with its emotional imagery of battered woman, the campaign immediately draws attention to the dangers of the times we live in.
Vandana Sethhi, entrepreneur, communications expert and the architect behind the Gaali-Free Indiamovement, explains the thinking behind the campaign: “The objective of the campaign is not creativity, but awareness – as is the case with every Gaali-Free campaign. Awareness from several perspectives… For perpetrators, so that they may begin to check their baser instincts and thus course-correct; for victims, that they may stand up for themselves and report the same; and, as importantly, for third parties (neighbours, relatives, etc), that they may step in and come to the aid of such hapless victims.”
The objective and timing of the campaign are both laudable and of huge service to society – especially the silent victims. The campaign tugs at one’s heart-strings, conscience and responsibility towards society. As a movement, Gaali-Free India is committed towards stamping out the menace of verbal (and,by extension, other forms of) abuse. It’s a commitment to return India to its original ethos of being a peace-loving, respectful and caring society. Its predication lies in the reality that too many people in too many places and situations are freely using abusive words, thereby reducing the sanctity of society and community.
Gaali-Free India finds an excellent vehicle in social media. Through this, it can very effectively reach out primarily to the younger audience – especially those for whom verbal abuse has become a way of life; and equally to those still at an impressionable and peer-pressure stage, who can be conscientized towards correcting themselves and work towards becoming nicer human beings.
Ms Sethhi adds: “While this campaign seems targeted at perpetrators, there is a much wider audience – in fact, anyone and everyone! As mentioned, victims and third parties, from a primary standpoint. But more broadly, this latest campaign is part of an ongoing effort to continuously engage with youngsters and remind them of their responsibility towards making our world a better place.”
More power to Gaali-Free India. And more power to women who find themselves unfortunate victims of domestic abuse. Together, let’s pledge our commitment to a better world.
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A Journey is more beautiful than Destination
· Life :- A Word for which we are .
· Dreams & Goals :- Words for which we live.
· Food , Water & Air :- Basic things through which we are able to do all this and some how we have to depend on this source.
· Money :- A growing desire which is indirectly affecting us negatively and positively in living the life in short money is a need which is capable of fulfilling the other needs.
Life , Money , Fall and Raise, Ups and Downs , Success & Failures, Love & hate, family & friends , Motivation & breakdowns, Happy or sad, Smarter or dumber, hope & courage, believe & faith, average or out of the box
your dreams which are stucked under the responsibility of your family or the dreams of your family for which you have taken the responsibility.
A life which is lived without any ups and downs on else without any critical situations in it is not a life its just a process of living life.
From all this points as a human being would like to conclude that consider each and every situation of your life as a part of your life. Enjoy every emotions, failurs, success with a learning in it. Take out a positive point from each and every moment or incident in your life. Just feel lucky to have an extra ordinary life which you are living and never lack behind in reaching a goal which you have set in your life.
Most of us are considering the destination as an end that means fullstop but without the commas, a proper space, an exclamatory mark, are the main things which make us understand the sentence or pragraph. After reaching to destination you somehow feel satisfied with your work and later on you are not very much active but while you are walking in journey you are more passionate, more observative and more likely to explore new things and a more interesting and motivating person for many others
Just smile and make your journey more beautiful friends because the bitter truth of life is that even we spent half of our life in achieving the goal at last we spent the remaining life in remembering the journey because....
The Journey is More Beautiful than the Destination.
Success Comes to those who take risk.
Yes. According to my opinion, it is right. Because we know that while facing any challenge, we have to make a decision. this decision called Risk. If we wanna become successful in life, then we have to take a risk in life. we might be failed or succeed in life, but we should take a risk. if we get success then we would happy with our decision. if we failed, then we get to experience. But if we never take a risk, then we never become successful. Many peoples I had seen in my life, who never accept challenges, they always try to how to move away from a problem. they always make excuses. But they never try to find out the solution to the problem.
I always said to god that please, add more challenges on my life journey, because these challenges teach me a lot of experiences, make me more strong, more confident. I always try to choose a difficult path that comes out of me from my comfort zone. when we put out ourselves from a comfort zone, this is the risk that we take.
for example, if I want to become a software engineer, but I always fear to code. but I know that if I practice it on a daily basis, then I would become a software engineer. then I start to practice the code. solved challenges on Hackerank. brush up my basic concept of some important subject, practice aptitude questions on a daily basis. This is the risk that I have taken to complete my dream.
And I know that I will be successful. But, If I give up and never try to complete my dream then it will always be regretting me.