Welcome to Heartfulness eMagazine

A monthly magazine in which we explore everything from self-development and health, relationships with family and friends, how to thrive in the workplace, to living in tune with nature.We also bring you inspiration from the lives of people who have made a difference to humanity over the ages.This magazine is brought to you by Sahaj Marg Spirituality Foundation, a non-profit organization.


In this wonderful collection, Daaji explores Yogic Psychology in the light of modern-day science and psychology, and shares some simple yogic practices and approaches that support mental health and joyful living. Daaji is a changemaker for the unification of all spiritual paths and seeking hearts.


Issue 10

Our mind shapes our destiny

CLARA SMITH shares with students who are in their final year at school how to achieve their goals. Have you ever marvelled at the factors of human success and failure? Why is it that...

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Is your mind flexible?

Many of us today are interested in keeping our bodies flexible and fit, but how many of us are interested in developing neuroplasticity? ELIZABETH DENLEY shares some tips on mental flexibility. What does it...

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Transforming autism

GUY SHAHAR turns an apparent tragedy into an opportunity for love, light and transformation. The advent of our son’s autism forced and guided my wife and me to learn to become better parents than...

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Purpose of life

Commit to never-ending self-improvement Excel in everything I do Love myself first and extend my love to others Enjoy my achievements as well as the process Believe everything is going to be fine in...

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Amazing flowers

For thousands of years flowers have been used as medicines to cure human diseases. In the 1920s, a London doctor decided to explore the healing properties of flowers systematically and scientifically, and his discoveries...

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Red onions – transformed by beauty

ALANDA GREENE discovers beauty in unexpected places and learns an important lesson in the process. LESSONS FROM THE GARDEN I was at the compost edge with two freshly picked red onions, washing dirt from their skins....

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