ISSUE : 33               VOLUME : 31                       14-3-2012                            PAGES - 4   “STRESS MANAGE...
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  1. 1. ISSUE : 33 VOLUME : 31 14-3-2012 PAGES - 4 “STRESS MANAGEMENT” by Dr. POORNIMA. K. MURTHY Education 2008: Ph. D Scholar at SVYASA Deemed University, Bangalore. 2000: M.R.A.V (Member Rashtreeya Ayurveda Vidyapeetha, New Delhi) 1996: M.D (Doctor of Medicine, Kayachikitsa), University of Mysore. 1992: B.A.M.S (Bachelor of Ayurveda Medicine and Surgery), University of Mysore – GOLD MEDALIST Thesis and Papers Thesis on Management of VICHARCHIKA (Eczema) to the University of Mysore. Thesis on Aphorisms of Vagbhata on Panchakarma Therapy to Rashtreeya Ayurveda Vidyapeetha, New Delhi. Has several Research papers to her credit and has been a prominent voice at various National and International Conferences. ŸDirector and Chief Consultant, Prajna Kuteera, Unique Ayurveda Panchakarma Rejuvenation Centres, Ramakrishnanagar and Siddarthanagar, Mysore. ŸDirector, Abhijna International Academy of Ayurveda and Yoga, Mysore. ŸMember, Rashtreeya Ayurveda Vidyapeetha, New Delhi. Ÿ Secretary, Global Alliance Of Traditional Health Systems(GATHS), India Ÿ Secretary, Mind Body Spirit Society Of India ( MBSSI), India. Ÿ Member, South Asian Society For Atherosclerosis And Thrombosis (SASAT) India Ÿ Visiting Faculty, National Institute of Integrative Medicine (NIIM), Melbourne, Australia & the Australian Institute of Holistic Medicine, Perth, Australia. Ÿ Treasurer, Swami Vivekananda Research Institute of Medical Sciences and Rural Development Centre (R), Mysore and Tumkur Districts, Karnataka. Ÿ Chief Consultant, Emerge Spa, Wind Flower Resorts, Mysore, Karnataka. Ÿ Senior visiting faculty, SKB Ayurveda Medical college , Bangalore. Ÿ Senior visiting faculty -Yoga, Bharatiya vidya bhavan, Mysore. ŸOne of the 100 Doctors on the Medical Renaissance Movement, Melbourne, Australia. ŸConducted innumerable health camps and yoga therapy camps under the auspicious of Swami Vivekananda Research Institute of Medical Sciences and Rural Development Centre (R) and at Prajna Kuteera, Mysore. ŸAwarded by the Rotary –Vijay Vocational award for her yeoman service to the society in the field of health care. Ÿ Secretary, International Co-ordination Committee, ICYN-2012 Rotary Midtown Extends a Warm Welcome to Dr. Poornima K Murthy
  2. 2. 14-3-2012 Presidents Message My Dear Rotarians, Last week we had a great time celebrating Charter Nite of our Club. It was indeed a great showexcept the acoustics & sound system. Our young dynamic Rock conducted show in a unique style.I immensely thank him for making the Charter Nite memorable one. It was indeed a great honour tohave all the Charter members & Past Presidents at the celebration. I sincerely thank all of them formaking the function a great success. And I thank all my Board members & fellow Rotarians for thesupport extend to make the function a great show. Today let us hear from Dr. Poornima.K. Murthyabout Stress Management Bye till next week….. Rtn. Raghavendra Thank You The True Life Partner Once upon a time, there was a rich merchant whohad 4 wives. He loved his fourth wife the most, becauseshe was the most beautiful one amongst his other wives,and gave her a lot of his riches and wealth. This man was very proud of his third wife and alwaystried to introduce her to all his friends, though he wasalways worried if his wife would run away with other guy.He loved his second wife very much, because she waspatient and understanding. Whenever he had aproblem, he always asked for her opinion; she was theone he could rely on. Through difficult times, the secondwife always helped and was always by her husbandsside. His first wife was a faithful partner. She alwaysbrought goodness for the family. She was the one whotook care and organized her husbands business.Unfortunately, the merchant did not love her that much.Although the first wife loved the merchant so much, hedid not really care about her. One day, the merchant was very sick and realizedthat he was going to die soon; so he called for all hiswives. He asked his fourth wife, “You are the one I lovethe most, I gave you beautiful dresses and jewelleries.Would you accompany me?” His wife was stuck shut, then she answered him, “Of course I wouldnt!” thenshe left without another word. That answer hurt themerchants heart so much. Then, he asked his third wife,“I too love you with all my heart and, this time, my life willbe over. Would you go with me?” The wife answered,“Life is so beautiful here, I will marry again if you die.”The merchant was very struck with her saying. Again, he asked his second wife, “I always turned toyou every time I have problems and you always helpedme. Now, I really need your help. If I die, would you standbeside me?” The wife quietly answered, “Please forgiveme,” she said, “I cannot help you this time. I can only seeto your grave. However, Ill make a beautiful burial plotfor you.” The answer was like a striking lightning. Themerchant felt so hopeless. Suddenly, he heard a voice,“I will stay with you. Ill go wherever you go. I wont leaveyou; Ill be faithful to you.” The merchant looked to hisside and saw his first wife there. She looked so thin, likea person in starvation. Feeling very sorry, the merchantwhispered, “If only I could take care of you while I could,you would not look like this, my wife.” ~~~~~
  3. 3. 3 14-3-2012 A NITE TO REMEMBER Much is already commented in FB, about theAcoustics, Golf Club, etc. All credit to the evening andits Master, Rock, for carrying the program with greatinnovation which induced inquest. Midtown is and willalways be the innovators and this program proved wecan turn challenging circumstances into effective oneswith limited resources. The program was well planned with the chief guestRtn Chitta Ranjan from our parent club Rotary Mysoregracing the occasion, Rtn Aacha Ashok Kumar our Two New faces of Midtown - Rtn. Vinod Maroli and Rtn. Dr. Ravindranath of Rotary Midtown. Jim spoke on why we are Rotarians and reiterated service as the prime motto of Rotary. Much of his interesting speech was lost out due to his difficult accent and bad acoustics. Our Chief Guest Rtn Chittaranjan set the tone for fellowship and praised Midtown for its projects and programs. Rtn. Jim Freeman - being honouredbeloved AG as Guest of Honor and Rtn Jim Freemanas guest of Honor on the last leg of his tour to India whois the MVA (Most Valuable Asset) of Midtown. After the initial protocol and introduction of guests, itwas time to honor our Gems, the Past Presidents of theclub and Rock made it very interesting by reading outthe theme of the year and for those who are in the clubby making the audience ask interesting questions.Humor prevailed in the entire exercise despite frequentinterruptions from the sound system. Two new members in Rtn Dr Ravindranath(Reentering Midtown) introduced by Rtn Dr Prahladand Rtn Vinod Maroli introduced by Rtn Farooq were Rock Quizzing PP. Dasceremoniously inducted into Midtown. Major Donors Soon after Vishwas towering vote of thanks, Midtowners, Anns and Annets jumped into the bandwagon of fellowship as they caught up with topics interesting amongst themselves, enjoying every moment of the 32nd evening which was slipping into the awaiting horizon to begin a new day, a new year for Rotary Midtown. ----- SBC Major Donors Rtn. Ramki & Rtn. Narendra BabuRtn Babu and Rtn Ramki were honored. Our belovedAG released our mouth piece About Us, this time withguest editor Rtn Ramki Reminiscing the glorious past Chief Guest - Rtn. Chitta Ranjan addressing
  4. 4. Happy Birthday A NEW L OOK AT GLOBAL ETHICS AND THE FOUR-WAY TEST Moral codes and ethics give us tools but also raise questions to be answered: How should we live? What is morally good and bad, right and wrong? Shall we aim at happiness or knowledge? Virtue or the creation of beautiful objects? If we choose happiness, will it be our own or the happiness of all? And what of the more specific questions that face us? Is it right to be dishonest for a good cause? Can we justify living in Rtn. Rajesh R. Shah opulence while elsewhere in the world people are starving? 17-03-2012 (Mobile: 9845302935) Ethics deals with such questions at all levels. The subjects core consists of the fundamental issues of practical decision making, and its major concerns include the nature ofWedding Anniversary ultimate value and the standards by which human actions can be judged right or wrong. For Rotary, The Four-Way Test is the cornerstone of all action. It has been for years, and it will be in the future. Of the things we think, say or do 1. Is it the TRUTH? 2. Is it FAIR to all concerned? 3. Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS? 4. Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned? The test is one of the hallmarks of Rotary. Since it was developed in 1932 by Herbert J. Taylor, who later became Rtn. PHF Sambasivan R & Shobha. RI president, it has never ceased to be relevant. Its four brief 19-03-2012 ; Cell : 9845111096 questions are not based on culture or religion. Instead, they are a simple checklist for ethical behavior. They transcend generations and national borders. Rotary quiz: As Rotarians, we should have The Four-Way Test in mind in every decision we make, all day long. Our utmost Who developed Rotary 4 way responsibility is to speak the truth, to be fair, to build goodwill test? In which year? and better friendships, and to do our very best in all situations. Life is very turbulent today, and people all over the world See Answer in Rotary Information are exhausted in their duties. Where are the dreams of a better world? Where are we? Who are we? What is our duty to Today’s ourselves, neighbors, and fellow citizens? Where are charity and our joint responsibility to humankind? Tea Hosted by Now more than ever, we need a vision and knowledge of what is happening around us, a new view of cultural and Rtn. Deepak Solanki religious phenomena, without dividing humankind into limited and subjective categories. Thats the tenet for a better world and a job for us Rotarians: not engaging in politics, but serving without any boundaries.Photo of the Week This happens through our programs, and it happens through acting as a guide for international coexistence, providing a forum for dialogue and discussion worldwide, giving perspective to views and models, finding new solutions using Rotarians great knowledge and expertise, and having §ÄgÀÄqÉ interfaith, multicultural, and ethical standards as guiding §ÄgÀÄqÉ ! principles in all dealings. No divine right can be vested in anyone to pronounce the ºÀ¼É §ÄgÀÄqÉ, final word or the ultimate truth. In matters of faith and religion, ºÉƸÀ §ÄgÀÄqÉ prescriptive morality should be avoided, as it often is the root cause of hostility and divisiveness. Global ethics is based on an interfaith mind and ecumenical way of living. The one universal, unsurpassed principle expressed by nearly every major religion and values system is similar to theNext Week in Midtown golden rule: Do to others as you would have them do to you. Today, it is especially confusing to determine what is really Visit to Community right and wrong. But the fundamentals of Rotary are bound to universal ethics and humanity without any boundaries Service Centre, between race, religion, or ethnic background. Rotary offers a possibility for solving ethical problems.Date : 21.03.2012 Time : 6.30pm Well-trained, well-engaged in social life, and with strong consciences, Rotarians must try to address these issuesVenue : “Mother Theresa Home”, Near J.s.s. through Rotarys vocational and community service programs. Dental College, Mysore Bangalore Road
  5. 5. Wedding Anniversary Rtn. Venkatesh C.P & Leelavathi R. . 22-2-2012 Cell : 9448022967 Rtn. Rajendra Babu M.K. & Rasitha 26-2-2012 Cell : 9342184004Photo of the WeekLook Dear - Your AIM There ! I Am With You

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