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Lifestyle plays a role of paramount importance in one’s life. You can learn about someone’s well-being, physical and emotional stabilities, and overall health, just by taking a glance at the individual’s lifestyle.

Of course, in this modern time, it is not an easy task to maintain a healthy lifestyle, thanks to all the distractions; be it the bad food, laziness, or other bad influences. But, in order to maintain good health, one needs a good way of living, a way that motivates to live in harmony with nature, a way that allows exploration of the deeper dimensions of life, a way that naturally shapes good emotional, physical, mental and spiritual well being. Well, one such way of life is the (as it was) Vedic way of living or the Vedic lifestyle.

In the present scenario, the most famous and widely famous teachings from the Vedic way of life are Yoga and Ayurveda. However, if we go further to understand and interpret these texts, we are likely to find a vast amount of knowledge on almost every aspect of life.

There are four Vedas namely, the Rig-Veda, the Yajurveda, the Samaveda, and the Atharvaveda. The Vedas bring wisdom and integral knowledge covering all areas of life. God created the world along with guidance as to how to live in it. The teachings of Vedas do not force anyone to comply with them, nor they classify anything as good or bad, but they do give knowledge about the ways in which the universe and nature work and the laws that govern their working.

The cosmic soul is the base of the universe; it resides in each and everything, animate or inanimate. Hence, to unite with it would mean a cease from the cycle of birth and death. The word ‘Yoga’ means union, and yes, it implies the union of the individual soul with the almighty or cosmic soul. Yoga was devised as a way by which the soul could be liberated from the loop of births and deaths and could be united with the supreme soul. Although the world has started to accept yoga and other Vedic practices not very long, they have been omnipresent in the places where they originated, the areas of south-east Asia and the Indian-subcontinent.


Vedic practices are mindfulness techniques based on ancient writings, the Vedas, which delve into the depths of spirit and self. But Vedic practices offer very practical ways for modern people to move closer to our inner selves. Madonna, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Russell Simmons all use Vedic practices to help them stay grounded and in tune with themselves.