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An appeal from Dr. Kiran for the benefit of universe

May 12, 2018 • Srinivasu Chakravarthula

Appeal from Dr.Kiran ( +91 8019125547) //
To GROUP CHANT “Shree Ganapathi Atharva Seersha Maha Mantra

By anyone with Sradha & Bhakti. At their OWN CONVENIENCE, daily, preferably before sunrise (06-30 a m), SITTING at a fixed place ( ASANA), facing EAST ( Sun God ), ONCE, TWICE or more.

Starting from 11th May, 2018 Friday, ( Sree Vilambi nama samvatsara, Vaisaka maasa, Bahula Paksha, Ekadashi Tidhi ) till 27th July, 2018 Friday, ( Ashada maasa, GURU POURNIMA).

The requisite SANKALPAM & SAMARPANA of the JAPA along with audio file & text file of the MANTRA will be sent to you separately.

Appeal is to you all to CHANT the MANTRA in low voice, as many times as possible and HANDOVER that JAPAM to Sree GURU CHARANA. As also, send me (Dr.Kiran) at the above whatsapp number, a private message which should include your Gotra, your name, date & time of chant and the number of times chanted immediately after you complete the daily Japam.

Purpose (as would be mentioned in Sankalpam ) is for LOKA KALYANAM. But, we all are included in the same LOKAM. Hence, we all would gain PEACE of mind, health and wealth.
SANKALPAM & SAMARPANA ( at the start of chant, and at the end of chant) for the above group chant. The following is in telugu font. Those who need it in a different language font, please msg me.

This is SANKALPA, to be done before you start your chant. ( The day-to-day panchangam shall be sent to you daily around 5 am … which also works as a reminder and alarm .. Please mute my number, if you do not want to be disturbed around 5 am daily).

Read more on: Group chant Website

Life has slightly changed after started using fitness tracker

February 19, 2018 • Srinivasu Chakravarthula

Recently my work place has introduced a wellness program which came with a freebie of a fitness tracker. Post that, life has changed a little and sure way to go!

Though I love to walk, never bothered about making note of steps I have taken, if I have used, though, in between I used to just look at the steps that I have taken in a day but not really seriously. Now with the tracker and app, I started taking note of my steps; specially it encourages, when I look myself against steps taken by my colleagues.

I love taking stairs too; but again never got them counted. Now with the tracker, I do that as well. Another improvement is I never used to take fruits regularly but now fruit is part of my breakfast. Each day I get to read a new thing about healthy life. In addition, now I do also track my sleep time!

Using tracking apps and devices are motivational!

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First aid for someone with seizure

April 7, 2016 • Srinivasu Chakravarthula

Recently we had to consult Dr. Pramod Krishnan, Neurologist at Manipal Hospital and learnt a valuable advice from him on How to handle people who affected with seizures.

It’s common we see people give out key bunch and put some liquid into mouth. But sadly all that are myths for recovery and in fact, they may end up complicate the patients condition.

When someone is having is seizure, they will often experience involuntary movement, changes in behavior, and awareness for lasting a couple minutes to an hour. If you’ve never witnessed a seizure, you might be shocked, confused, scared, worried, or all of the above. The most important thing, however, is for you to remain calm. Here is what one should be doing to first patient who affected with seizure.

If they are sitting in a chair or so, slowly pull them down to floor and do not lift them or take them elsewhere. Once they are on the floor, turn them to one side either left or right and leave them until they come to normal condition. Carrying them to a bed etc., would cause additional complications. Don’t feed them anything. People cause seizures due to neurological reasons and not because they are hungry and someone pouring them a drop of liquids does not help them in anyway.

Then immediately consult a neurologist and get EEG test done. And just follow the doctor’s advice. Remember not to panic and avoid keeping key bunches etc.,

Hope this would be of help to someone.

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