Shilpa Shetty encourages people to do a ‘karna mauna’ to cleanse their mind

By | April 9, 2020

With the country lockdown and people asked to stay at home for their safety, citizens have been spending time with their family and doing what they like. Actress Shilpa Shetty, who is a fitness enthusiast, has been encouraging people to stay fit during this time of crisis by sharing workout videos on her social media handle. In her latest post, Shilpa Shetty has recommended people to do karna mauna to cleanse your mind.

Shilpa Shetty encourages people to do a ‘karna mauna’ to cleans their mind

Shilpa took to Instagram and wrote in detail about ‘karna mauna’ and how it benefits one. “I’ve always wanted to take a vow of silence, for the longest time (did it 12 yrs ago), but it’s always seemed impossible to do with my life and commitments. When we fast, we cleanse the body; but when we keep silent, we cleanse the mind. With this lockdown I’m sure our minds are on an overdrive of thoughts, with pent up feelings and worry. Try and do a ‘Karna mauna’; you can still communicate through actions or messages, but limit your actions with no words,” she wrote.

Talking about its benefits, Shilpa wrote, “It’s a great exercise to curb anger & negative feelings, reflect on your inner self, and make you weigh your words in the future. They say when you practice this from time-to-time it helps master your tongue, which can kill as well as heal…Try it, can’t be a better time… start with 2/3 hours on weekends and you will feel liberated and enlightened with the experience.”

 

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Grateful to have this precious time… some ME time that we underestimate. I’ve always wanted to take a vow of silence, for the longest time (did it 12 yrs ago), but it’s always seemed impossible to do with my life and commitments. When we fast, we cleanse the body; but when we keep silent, we cleanse the mind. With this lockdown I’m sure our minds are on an overdrive of thoughts, with pent up feelings and worry. Try and do a ‘Karna mauna’; you can still communicate through actions or messages, but limit your actions with no words. It’s a great exercise to curb anger & negative feelings, reflect on your inner self, and make you weigh your words in the future. They say when you practice this from time-to-time it helps master your tongue, which can kill as well as heal… Try it, can’t be a better time… start with 2/3 hours on weekends and you will feel liberated and enlightened with the experience. . . . . . #20DaysOfGratefulness #Day14 #VowOfSilence #IndiaFightsCorona #gratitude #time #thoughts #reflection

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Shilpa Shetty and her family are making sure to spend time amid this nationwide lockdown. From cooking to cleaning to making TikTok videos to doing yoga, the actress is indulging in various activities.

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