Month: September 2016

Jio MAMI 18th Mumbai Film Festival with Star opens with Indian film – A Death in the Gunj

The film marks the directorial debut of Indian actress, Konkona Sensharma

The Jio MAMI Mumbai Film Festival with Star gears up to open its 18th edition with Konkona Sensharma’s directorial debut film, A Death in the Gunj. The opening film will be screened on 21st October, 2016. The film has garnered critical acclaim internationally and has recently been screened at the 41st Toronto Film Festival.

A Death in the Gunj marks a double debut for Konkona Sensharma – as director and screenplay writer. Shot at various locations in McCluskiegunj, Jharkhand, the film is a coming-of-age story, set in the 1970s. The film revolves around a family vacation and is based on true events which are meticulously captured by Sensharma. The film is said to have been wrapped up in six weeks in March 2016. Continue reading “Jio MAMI 18th Mumbai Film Festival with Star opens with Indian film – A Death in the Gunj”

Giving thanks before meals helps weight control & health

Brain and cognitive scientist says Thanksgiving’s underlying message of gratitude helps willpower, reinforces regular meal habits, eases temptation

 As millions upon millions of Americans look ahead to Thanksgiving with trepidation about overeating, Susan Peirce Thompson, Ph.D., a brain and cognitive scientist specializing in the psychology of eating, offers this timeless wisdom:  Thanksgiving, with its underlying message of gratitude, can help, not hinder, willpower around food.

 In fact, says Susan — who is President of the Institute for Sustainable Weight Loss  author of the forthcoming book, Bright Line Eating: The Science of Living Happy, Thin and Free (Hay House, March 2017) — when incorporated into the scaffolding of your life, giving thanks before EVERY meal has immeasurable health and weight control benefits, for the following reasons:

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Canadian director set to premiere first feature in Brampton

By Staff Reporter


 Ace Canadian Director Brinda Muralidhar is bringing out her first feature film Knot Not! that will premiere for Canadian audiences on October 13.

A coming of age story of Mohan and his family, the film is about Mohan (Dilip Krishnamurthy) a young man from South India who arrives in Canada for higher studies.  Soon he makes friends with Patricia Smith (Jessica Siegner) a pleasant, independent Canadian girl.  All is well until Mohan’s parents Srinivas (Bala Ramanathan) and Padma (Brinda Muralidhar) arrive in Canada.  Srinivas wants Mohan to marry Lakshmi (Suniti Santosh) daughter of his Indo-Canadian friend, the light-hearted Bhaskar (Nat Pennathur).  Lakshmi is a delightful girl who cherishes great family values.   Mohan likes her, but before he embarks on his new journey, he has a major task to complete.  He is yet to figure out what he wants!   Continue reading “Canadian director set to premiere first feature in Brampton”

The Past Life Perspective: Discovering Your True Nature Across Multiple Lifetimes

Expand your understanding of the human adventure with the new book The Past Life Perspective: Discovering Your True Nature Across Multiple Lifetimes

Written by certified regression therapist Ann C. Barham, this captivating book invites readers to discover a rapid and effective approach to unlocking their full potential and expanding their awareness of their spiritual journey across the ages.

With the June 7th launch of The Past Life Perspective, Ann C. Barham shares intimate details of her sessions with clients to demonstrate the dramatic impact this therapeutic approach can have on the current life.   Continue reading “The Past Life Perspective: Discovering Your True Nature Across Multiple Lifetimes”

Fall Home Show 2016 @ Exhibition Place, Toronto

Shape your space with ideas, advice and inspiration at the Toronto Fall Hme Show from renovation to small space living, style and tech decor and design. For its 28th year, the Toronto Fall Show has been happening since Friday September 23rd in its new home at the Enercare Centre, Exhibition Place.

if you’re into small space living, style technology and green technology, you’ll love the Toronto Fall Home Show. Continue reading “Fall Home Show 2016 @ Exhibition Place, Toronto”

Gayatri-Mantra opened International Day of Peace celebrations

Distinguished Hindu statesman Rajan Zed opened International Day of Peace celebrations in Nevada, USA with Gayatri-Mantra, considered most sacred mantra of Hinduism, on September 21. Rajan Zed, who is President of Universal Society of Hinduism, also read from Upanishads and Bhagavad-Gita, ancient Hindu scriptures, on the occasion; stressing unity, selfless service of mankind, working together, etc. Continue reading “Gayatri-Mantra opened International Day of Peace celebrations”


– by Yogi Ashwini

The human body is the reflection of one cell. This cell is conceived in the womb and it gives rise to the various organs and tissues of the body on forming of the baby. Ageing works at different levels, with signs first appearing at the elementary level of a cell. It is the cell in which heaviness accumulates and, depending on the
dosha type, the disease – whether obesity, depression or heart trouble originates.

The day the baby is born the process of ageing sets in the body. This ageingbegins because of the breath, which is taken in. Every breath results in the production of energy and the equal and opposite effect is the ageing of the cell due to the production of toxins, called ama  in Ayurveda. This same breathing process results in the loss of skin elasticity, reduction in the ability of the five senses and wrinkles, all of which are a sign of ageing. Continue reading “TACKLE AGEING AT THE CELLULAR LEVEL”