Author: Linda Sinden Date Posted:2 October 2019
"Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much." – Helen Keller
Thank you for being part of the Get Balance Community. Your dedication to enjoying balance in your life and the lives of loved ones may seem a little contribution on the world stage; however, when pooled together with those around the world who choose life balance and sustainable ways of living, your contribution becomes significant.
We are One
Whenever you choose to have a warm lunch, or sip Pitta tea, Vata, tea or Kapha tea, or go to bed by 10 pm, or take some time to meditate, or spend time with your children and significant other, or choose to take some balancing herbals, or choose to apply Vata massage oil over your body prior your bath or shower then you are creating an influence of balance that impacts you, those close to you and ultimately our world, near and far.
That is why we consider you part of our Get Balance Team. You matter, and your contribution to a healthy happy world is significant and matters. Thank you!
This week we want to take a moment to consider the powerful positive energy of teamwork.
Qualities of a powerful team
No person is an island! While super achievers such as Sir Edmund Hillary, Stephanie Rice, Nelson Mandela are world renowned, not one of them would have made it to the level of achievement they did without the support of a team of dedicated individuals who generously pool their own talents to get them to the top.
- A team is made up of individuals who trust and respect one another. They sacrifice their individuality for the good of the whole team, although their individual talents are absolutely crucial to the team's success.
- A team requires an effective leader who is crystal clear about the team's goals, and who must ensure that each member of the team is also crystal clear about the goals. The leader must be able to organise the talents of the individual members to achieve the goals.
- A team leader must be prepared to accept that sometimes, team members have more knowledge and are better skilled than he. Such workers rely on the team leader to organise, prioritise, and to deal immediately and effectively with issues as they arise. Issues never, never go on the back burner!
- Teamwork requires clear and effective communication, and the generous sharing of knowledge, horizontally and vertically, to get the job done. Effective teamwork adheres to the principles of generosity, honour, trust, and respect.
When you have a team around you, people with the same goals and aspirations as you, moving in the same direction, accepting you for yourself, then you have something very special! Thanks for being part of our global Get Balance Team and Community!
Why people take Amrit Kalash Regularly
“This isn't an ordinary Rasayana.
Amrit Kalash is a masterful synergy of embodied intelligence of many herbs, all promoting perfect health, bliss, longevity and the development of full human potential — enlightenment. This blend of herbs has been tested through the centuries and shown to work, and neither the herbs nor the level of care involved in selecting, picking and preparing these ancient foods is anything less than extraordinary.
There is a beautiful narration in Indian mythology that serves as the perfect analogy for how Amrit Kalash came into being. The story is called Samudra Manthan — The Churning of the Ocean.
Once, in ancient times, humanity was steeped in suffering. The Devas and the Asuras, the gods and the demons, got together and made a solemn resolve in the deepest level of their consciousness to find a solution for the suffering. Together they churned the mighty ocean, from where they had been told relief would appear. And when they churned the waters, Amrit Kalash — known as the Nectar of Immortality — appeared. With this precious gift of Amrit Kalash, all of humanity recovered its health and happiness.
Many millennia later, in the 1980s, when the stresses of the modern lifestyle were beginning to seriously impact the well-being of people everywhere — stress from the environment, stress from time pressures, emotional stress, mental stress, physical exhaustion — Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, founder of the Transcendental Meditation® program, gathered together the most eminent ayurvedic scholars and physicians of the time to see what could be done to alleviate people's suffering. One of the first things to emerge from these collective deliberations was a powerful Rasayana to nourish mind, body and spirit in a very holistic and balanced way. Appropriately, Maharishi decided to name this Rasayana Amrit Kalash. Amrit Kalash represents the essence of the supreme knowledge in the ancient ayurvedic texts.
One of the primary goals of Ayurveda is Swaasthasya Rakshanam — preserving health — and Rasayanas are considered the primary method for maintaining health and vigor. Literally translated, a Rasayana is "that which enters the essence" — in other words, that which promotes health and longevity. The Sanskrit definition for a Rasayana is Yat Jara Vyadhi Nashanam Tat Rasayanam — "that which negates old age and disease is called a Rasayana.
What makes this combination of powerhouse herbs special is that it is actually a Rasayana of Rasayanas — what could be called a "super" Rasayana. It incorporates all the best qualities of the best herbs in ayurveda, in a synergistic way that delivers all of the benefits that researchers are beginning to tabulate.” Quoted from mapi.com
For optimal results it is recommended to take both Amrit Kalash Nectar and Amrit Kalash Ambrosia daily 1 tablet of each twice a day prior meals or prior meditation. They work together as a team to provide nourishment from the deepest level to the more superficial layers.
Wishing you the bliss of balance, and the power of team work!