The Heart Of Wellness

Transform your relationship with habits, lifestyle, and disease using Dr. Kavitha Chinnaiyan’s remarkable approach to health. Integrating modern medicine and the ancient wisdom of Yoga, Vedanta, and Ayurveda, The Heart of Wellness shows you how to break free of the false assumption that disease is something you need to fight. Instead, you’ll explore the mind-body connection and your true nature so that you can end suffering and embrace the unlimited bliss of who you are.

You’ll begin by examining the nature of disease: the causative and risk factors, the role of diet, exercise, and medication, and how Eastern and Western medical practices can come together. A holistic and self-paced practice is outlined, based on the author’s successful Heal Your Heart Free Your Soul program. With it you’ll learn to reduce stress, attend to inner needs with meditation and breathwork, declutter your outer life, increase forgiveness and gratitude, and so much more.

Praise

Along with her expert modern medical knowledge, [Kavitha] has brought compassion, gratitude, and Vedic wisdom in a clinical, helpful way to bring about total heath.”

Vasant Lad, BAMS, MASc, Ayurvedic physician and author of The Complete Book of Ayurvedic Home Remedies

Provides a welcome paradigm shift in how we approach health, wellness, chronic disease, and for that matter, life.”

Barry A. Franklin, PhD, FACSM, MAACVPR, FAHA, director of Preventive Cardiology and Cardiac Rehabilitation at William Beaumont Hospital

The Heart of Wellness details how the body can be an ally to self-inquiry, not an impediment. I recommend this unique book, whether your interest is physical health or spiritual enlightenment, or both.”

Dr. Greg Goode, PhD, author of After Awareness, The Direct Path, and Standing as Awareness

Once in a generation a book appears that defines a new paradigm in its field. The Heart of Wellness is that book for our generation.”

Joel K. Kahn, MD, FACC, clinical professor of medicine at Wayne State University School of Medicine and author of The Plant-Based Solution (Sounds True, 2018)

What sets Dr. Chinnaiyan’s work apart from other books is the vital additional message that “we are not our body-mind.” That is, while the wisdom of traditions such as Ayurveda do promote and sustain the health of the body-mind through diet and lifestyle, their ultimate value is the recognition of the primacy of Consciousness and capacity to cultivate awareness beyond the body-mind, of the Self, the true foundation of wellbeing.

Paul J. Mills, PhD, director and professor of family medicine and public health at UC San Diego's Center of Excellence for Research and Training in Integrative Health

This book [The Heart of Wellness] harnesses the power of our mind, senses, and spirit, the discovery of latent bliss, and admirably refutes our endless seeking of material things and desires.”

Barry A. Franklin, PhD, FACSM, MAACVPR, FAHA, director of Preventive Cardiology and Cardiac Rehabilitation at William Beaumont Hospital