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LAST PUBLISHED 2 December 2022

Hinduism

Mental wellbeing resources and support aligned with Hindu beliefs and teachings.

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Five ways to good mental wellbeing & Hinduism

“इस नश्वर संसार सेबिना आसक्ति और बिना भय केसाथ मिलें। जीवन केप्रकट होनेपर विश्वास करेंऔर तुम सच्ची शांति प्राप्त करोगे।"

“Meet this impermanent world with neither attachment nor fear. Trust the unfolding of life and you will attain true serenity.”

Bhagvad Gita 2.56

The NHS recommends five ways to help improve your mental health and wellbeing. These approaches are all aligned with Hindu beliefs and teachings.

The Five Ways to Wellbeing & Hinduism has been designed in collaboration with members of London’s Hindu communities, with the support of the Hindu Forum of Britain, the Hindu Council UK and BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir – Neasden Temple.

You can read the full Five ways to good mental wellbeing & Hinduism leaflets in various languages by clicking on the links below:

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Other resources

Good Thinking has also worked with London’s Hindu communities to create a series of videos:

Puja Yogvivekdas Swami, Head Sadhu at BAPS Sri Swaminarayan Mandir (Neasden Temple) on connecting with God and with others.

Lavina Mehta, MBE on being physically active

Dr Deesha Chadha on learning something new every day.

Mrs Trupti Patel, President of the Hindu Forum of Britain, on giving to others.

Dr Nisha Patel and Shinal Patel on paying attention to the present moment

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