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Swarnakshi Sharma

Swarnakshi is a content writer at Calm sage, who believes in a healthier lifestyle for mind and body. A fighter and survivor of depression, she strives to reach and help spread awareness on ending the stigma surrounding mental health issues. A spiritual person at heart, she believes in destiny and the power of Self. She is an avid reader and writer and likes to spend her free time baking and learning about world cultures.

Alone Time vs Loneliness-How To Spend Time With Yourself

Alone Time v/s Loneliness: How To Spend Time With Yourself

Being alone is a state of living while being lonely is an emotional and psychological response to a situation. Often misused, these two adjectives are related to one...
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Understanding And Helping With Post Surgery Depression

Recovering from any kind of surgery can take time and is often uncomfortable. For many people, recovery is distressing which can develop into depression and anxiety. Unhealthy mental...
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Mental Health Care for Senior Citizens

World Mental Health Day : Spreading Awareness to the Mental Health of Seniors

On October 10 every year, the World Health Organization (WHO) celebrates World Mental Health Awareness Day. This day urges people to stand up and speak against the social...
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How To Live Life By Staying True To Yourself

We often try to mold ourselves in the image of what others think and in the process we forget how to stay true to yourselves. From an early...
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7 Types of Negativity You Must Kill To Be Happier

We are surrounded by energies - positive and negative - all day. Our energies produce thoughts and those thoughts then manifest into things. The Law of attraction is a...
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Exploring The Scientific and Spiritual Benefits of Pranayama

Exploring The Scientific and Spiritual Benefits of Pranayama

In Sanskrit, “prana” means breath; a life-giving force, and “Yama” means reining in or control. Pranayama, in practice, requires breathing deep and controlling the breathing patterns. In yoga,...
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Metta Meditation-A Guide for Beginners to LKM

Metta Meditation: A Guide for Beginners to LKM

Being kind to others is important but in doing that we sometimes forget to be kind to ourselves. Metta meditation is a Buddhist meditation practice that is also...
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Podcast Ep. 25 -How to Stay Happy When The World Is In Depression

The world is in turmoil over the past few months. It has seen everything - from a wildfire in Australia to a global pandemic outbreak. These past few...
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All you need to know about Adaptogens

There are many natural and synthetic supplements available to help with anxiety, depression, stress, and other psychological issues. But out of those, some supplements are not all compatible...
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Understanding Pet Therapy

Understanding Pet Therapy: Can Animals Be Healers?

Animal-assisted therapy or AAT is a relatively new term that is now a part of psychotherapy treatments. This therapy emphasizes the emotional recovery using human-animal bonds. The purpose...
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