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Reclaiming our natural state of health and wholeness – Sadhguru (Cyprus)

“The word ‘health’ comes from the root word ‘whole’. That means feeling healthy means to be complete, a sense of wholeness within ourselves,” explains yogi and mystic Sadhguru.

“For this to happen,” he continues, “our body should be vibrant, our physical energies must be vibrant, our mind must be joyful, emotion must be exuberant – only then you feel a sense of wholeness.”

In this video, the Isha Foundation founder addresses the ways many of us have lost touch with what supports our vitality: physical exercise, a connection with nature, food that preserves our mental powers and stability, efficient removal of toxins and waste, and managing our body, mind, emotions and energy.

View the original video here.

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