Life 2.0 — Sanity in the age of insane normality

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Today we are going to know about one of the most popular mental therapists in India.As you know, she is the co-founder of Mental Utopia, an organization that helps people lead a healthy life. She is also a famous Yoga Guru who preaches yoga among her audience to help them cure illness.

Let us talk about how she transformed herself into this 2.0 version. Around six years back, she was a homemaker who was leading a normal life with her family. At that time, the deadliest COVID — 19 Pandemic happened which transformed the life of many in the world in an extremely negative manner. It had rapidly spread around the world, posing enormous health, economic, environmental, and social challenges to the entire human population.

Amidst all this chaos, a good thing, however happened in her life. She was introduced into the world of digital marketing, a trend that was sweeping big stakes across the world and changing the way marketing was traditionally done, of course ringing in positive changes as a consequence of revolutionizing shift of modern consumers to digital platforms. She got to know about Digital Deepak Internship program, which is a digital marketing program that tells you about the fundamental concepts of online marketing, what strategies work best for what businesses, how to identify the target audience and how to position your product to the intended audience. She chose to participate in that program to bring in positive changes in the lives of people who had been affected both physically and mentally to an insurmountable extent by the way of practice of Yoga and mental wellness training.

As you know, mental illness is a silent killer that sweeps across the population discreetly. As a matter of fact, around 95% of people who commit suicide have been suffering from some mental illness like depression resulting in self isolation, suicidal thoughts, insomnia, anxiety, etc. People who are depressed cannot simply “pull themselves together” and be cured. Without proper treatment, including antidepressants and/or psychotherapy, untreated clinical depression can last for weeks, months, or years. Appropriate treatment, however, can help most people with depression.

Due to COVID19 lockdown, a lot of people were suffering from mental illness, depression being quite common. The most common attributing factor could be job losses, pressure of work, family problems.

Mental Utopia helped her reach out to people with mental illness. She used to conduct sessions with people having mental issues and tried to iron out the root causes of the same to treat people in an effective manner. She created a friendly environment and helped them with finding mental solace through exercises, meditation, and yoga.

THIS IS LIFE 2.0 FOR SUMUNDRA RATH, A SOCIAL ENTREPRENEUR WHO IS TRYING TO HEAL MILLION LIVES WITH HER MAGIC WAND: EXERCISE, YOGA AND MEDITATION.

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