I am here to make A passionate plea to ban the indiscriminate use of chemicals and fertilizers in our food.
Aharveda – the good food philosophy has been converting people to a healthier, happier way of life. Food or Ahar has always been Harish’s passion. It was his sincere wish to contribute in a holistic way to people’s wellbeing.
Today his dedicated efforts and food expertise have given form to his vision. As the numerous testimonials indicate, Aharveda works. In a miraculous, dramatic way!Read More
‘Motivation’ is defined as ‘the general desire to want to do something’. It is this desire that helps us to overcome challenges in order to accomplish a task.
A lack of motivation leads us to abandon our plans. We all know what happens to all those New Year Resolutions we make year after year. To give up smoking. To lose weight. To control our bad temper. To complete that course we took to get a promotion. To be more diligent at work. To spend more time with the family. To spend less. To read more. And so on.
Yet, year after year, we give up on our resolutions, attributing it to a lack of motivation. So is there a way out of this vicious cycle?
Yes, there always is. Get creative and motivate yourself.
So stay focused, keep yourself motivated and make your plans work for you.
Like happiness, positivity is a choice. It is the personality behind our thoughts. Are you an optimist? Do you see the silver lining in every cloud? Or are you a pessimist who always sees the glass as half empty?
Being positive is a challenge in our times. We have so much to remind us that ours is an imperfect world. The news is always focused on disasters, crime and other upsetting, unsettling things.
It is so much easier to fall in with the herd and think gloomy thoughts. However, this can be immensely detrimental to our mental and physical wellbeing. Think happy thoughts and you will be happy. Similarly, good things happen to positive people. We attract more of those things to which we give our attention. When we focus on the negative, we attract unpleasantness into our life.
The movies we watch, the books we read, the company we keep – they all determine our state of mind. Hence, it is necessary to be mindful of these things. Start by being more discerning. Surround yourself with positivity. Read books that lift your spirits. Be around people who bring out the best in you. Eat to nourish your mind and body. Get adequate sleep. Encourage others. Follow an exercise routine. And finally, look for the good in others and in all situations. Stay positive, stay well.
Happiness is a state of mind. More importantly, it is a choice. Yes, we seek it in different places. In money, in relationships, in food, in places. Yet the pursuit of happiness often leads to unhappiness. How’s that for irony?
Happiness is for everyone. The rich and the poor. You can access it anywhere. Tap into it anytime. Because, happiness is within. The reason we don’t experience it is because it takes some doing to bring it to the surface.
Living a life of meaning and purpose is the best way to find this elusive feeling called ‘happiness’. When we choose to find our purpose in life, we sign up for the biggest adventure of all. The journey may not be smooth. However, nothing worth achieving ever is, isn’t it? The path may be difficult, but when we live a life aligned with our true purpose we become happier and feel incredibly alive.
Random acts of kindness are another way to experience happiness. There is a lot of joy in giving. It releases ‘endorphins’ or happy hormones and also makes another person’s day. Philanthropists know this and are therefore, always looking for new ways to give.
So learn to give. Learn to accept life. Learn to live with meaning and purpose. And as the song goes, ‘Don’t worry. Be Happy.’
Health is wealth. We know that, yet it is surprising how we think of health as an external thing. In fact, health is what we do to ourselves. Directly or through the environment we live in. Everything influences it. Food is perhaps, the greatest, most powerful of these influences. What we eat has a significant impact on our health.
We eat for many reasons. Yes, that’s true. We don’t only eat when we are hungry, right? We eat to celebrate, to fight boredom, when we are stressed or as a form of entertainment.
If we wish to enjoy a healthy mind and a healthy body, it is necessary to eat to nourish ourselves. Junk food, highly processed food, deep-fried stuff – these don’t really qualify as nutritious food. When we eat a regular diet of such food, we are ignoring our body’s need for vital minerals and vitamins.
This can have an alarming effect on our entire system. First of all, it weakens our immunity, making us vulnerable to disease. Our stamina is affected, so is our mood.
To encourage people in leading a life not only for them but also for others and to create a society where the elders are respected and taken care of.
To spread the message of equality, empowerment and good health among the people which enables them to lead a better life and create more opportunities for themselves and others.
good taste and good health
Ban (or at least discourage) the use of chemicals poisoning our food, air and water.
Visit the following link to sign this petition: https://bit.ly/2QcoipJ #HealthyIndia #GovernmentOfIndia #NarendraModi #HarishShetty
We are here at the Aharveda of Mr. Harish Shetty. A lot of insight, lot of knowledge that we were unaware of, a lot things that you can apply in your life, slowly and steadily you will get better at it and then it becomes next to your skin. About the food, it's the most awesome food I have had in the last may be 5-10 years. Feels like I have had some kind of a blessing. I ate some blessing, I was chewing some blessing. And I feel very energetic, powerful and happy.
I think this could be life changing and we could live life as per in sync with the nature. And I assure you I will follow this path and two months later I'll come and share my experience.
I was told by a person that I work with to come to Harish Shetty. He had promised me it will be very fulfilling and it really has been a wonderful experience. If I have to describe doctor in one word, it would be inspiring.
The subject of this seminar and the way the subject was covered was awesome. Amazing! And Mr Harish, I think he is a great person, A great personality, doing a great job, for human kind.
I think he is doing such a noble cause that he is really educating people that you can really have health in your own hands and we are looking out for it everywhere