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Follow the mother The feminine style of leadership, best embodied by the mother, is what we need to become balanced human beings capable of creating a balanced world, says Suma Varughese A path of my own Jumping into the unknown 20 years ago was a choice that transformed her life, says Suma Varughese Temper the ‘pause’ Saraswathi Vasudevan draws up a yogic regimen to ease the pain of menopause God’s own food Kerala, a state known the world over for its natural beauty and delightful spices, is also famed for its ubiquitous coconuts, sea-food, and tongue-tickling cuisine. “Towards joy, harmony and peace” The 12th Chamgon Kenting Tai Situpa applauds the role Life Positive has played in raising human consciousness Been there, done that Punya Srivastava explores this phenomenon Of fathers and sons Rebellious young boys strive to create a legacy different from their fathers, only to realise that they ultimately become more and more like their fathers, says Abhishek Thakore To eat or not to eat Megha Bajaj junked food wisdom and tapped her body intelligence to get her relationship with food right Death, my friend Shivi Verma realises that death is her friend, and not her enemy as she used to think The Magic Mandala Shivi Verma meets Pawan Aswani, a mandala maestro who claims that the art can cause transformation in people Salt of the Earth The powerful benefits of salt has made it a tried and tested therapy since aeons, says Fatema Diwan, while throwing light on its latest avatar, the salt room Married to myself If we married ourselves before we married another, we could create a more egalitarian and joyous world, says Shivi Verma Cracking the shell of the soul It took a head-on collision for Suzy Singh to understand that she was on Planet Earth to grow and evolve, and exitting was not an option The food of India A History of Food in India by Colleen Taylor Sen Keeping life simple The Simple Way, 15 Rules for Transforming Life

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