Meditate for total wellbeing

Section 2

Saturday June 24th

1:45 pm to 5:00 pm

Realigning priorities for wellbeing and fulfillment
Dr. Rajesambhaji Barode

Fostering nurturing environment
Dr. Chandrasekhar Koneru

Break/Networking

Inspiring and aspiring from the Heart
Dr. Parikshit Deshmukh

5:00 pm

Adjourn for the day

Inspired Talks By
Dr. Rajesambhaji Barode, Dr. Chandrasekhar Koneru, Dr. Parikshit Deshmukh


Inspired Talks By


Dr. Rajesambhaji Barode

Dr. Raj Barode has been actively practicing Gastroenterology in Florida since 2013 and specializes in Liver and Biliary Tract Diseases.

After completing his Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery at Dr. D.Y.Patil Medical School in India, Dr. Borade went to Norwich, U.K. where he completed his Internal Medicine residency at the Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital NHS Trust. He then moved to the U.S. and joined the Internal Medicine residency at Orlando Regional Medical Center in Orlando, Florida where he, in his third year, served as Chief Resident.

Dr. Borade then went on to complete a Liver Fellowship in Gastroenterology at Tulane Universty Health Sciences Center in New Orleans, Lousiana.


Dr. Chandrasekhar Koneru

Dr. Chandra Sekhar Koneru, MD lives with his wife in Athens Alabama.

Dr.Koneru graduated from Rangaraya Medical College, Kakinada, India. He completed his residency in Internal Medicine at Wayne State University, Detroit and at Christ Hospital, Oaklawn IL in 1993.

He is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and is in private practice along with his wife Vijaya Koneru MD. His practice involves both inpatient and outpatient care in a small town. He serves as the Chief of Medical Staff at North Alabama Speciality Hospital and is on Medical staff at Athens Limestone Hospital.

He practices Heartfulness Meditation and serves as a trainer.


Dr. Parikshit Deshmukh

Dr. Pari Deshmukh is a board-certified psychiatrist and a diplomate of American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine. Dr. Pari completed his medical training in India and psychiatry residency at Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. He also completed certificate courses in psychodyanamic, cognitive behavioral, and interpersonal psychotherapy. He did various research based presentations, publications and worked as a clinical research investigator. He has been practicing in central Florida and has developed expertise in psychiatric managements of patients in nursing home and assisted living facilities. Also, he has been working as a consultant at various reputed addiction rehab facilities and at Promise Hospital of Florida. He enjoys meditating, teaching, and reading. He is married to Mrs. Sweta Deshmukh.


Meditate for total wellbeing

Most of us have to deal with stress. We face the world of constant competition, result oriented work culture and accelerating change. Our need to avoid pain and suffering leaves us stressed out. The complex cultural context of present-day living makes for stress at home almost as much as at the workplace. Dealing with this stress and sustaining high levels of performance at home and work overwhelm us and we often experience burn-out.

Heartfulness meditation helps from the very day we start. It fosters the journey back to the inner core of our beings. We start experiencing the serene waves of relaxation of the body heart and mind. Our inner-selves find that much needed attention. As we move away from the outer stress towards our hearts we begin to appreciate the simple inner experience. Progressively we develop the need to repeat this meditation practice daily and it becomes a habit that provides that much needed tranquillity in our lives.

Creativity and health are enhanced. Our increasingly refined consciousness now allows for clarity of thought. We become skilled at finding that all important space between response and stimulus and we begin to re-master ourselves one step at a time. We can now aspire towards excellence in almost all field of life due to this one powerful skill. Thus by practicing meditation regularly we find that we suffer less and consequently also experience less and less of stress…a total wellbeing!!


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