Picture of Dr. Pramila Vishvanath

Dr. Pramila Vishvanath

Sharing the wisdom of treating every individual as a whole person rather than a collection of symptoms or fragmenting the body into several disease diagnoses.

Don’t Judge

Enjoy this 4-minute award-winning film by Elvis Naçi.

At the end of this beautiful story, I dissolved in tears.

I had to search within myself why…

I saw the effect of the discipline but what was the cause…
I saw the passion and then the compassion…
I saw understanding, forgiveness and love…

Consider applying these filters on our health and wellness and how we perceive it.

The symptoms we feel are the effect of a deeper cause, and this takes time to reveal itself.

Like the boy who was doing his best to take care of his family and still go to school.
This is like your body and mind working hard to manage the stresses and stressors in life.

The teacher was the strict disciplinarian who kept the order in the class… The rules…Society, parents…
that demands a certain way of being.

The silent dialogue was in the observation and a willingness to heal.
POWERFUL! And we all have the power to heal.


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