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The LivingWise Project aims to bring the light of wisdom and wellness, focusing on yogic sciences, to the world.

Spirituality has not escaped the clutches of commercialisation in our global market economy which has sadly led to much distortion, confusion, misappropriation and misunderstandings. LWP is an effort to present the authentic Indian spiritual and cultural traditions in a way that is easily accessible by both Indians and non-Indians.

Important warning: strictly no new-age or pop spirituality and psychology here!

By collating the valuable insights, Truths and methods from India’s ancient spiritual heritage, LWP attempts to not only proliferate the little-known knowledge, but also present it in an easily-digestible and immediately relevant form. In a modern society reeling with stress, depression, uncertainties, doubts and other challenges, our mission is to enable people to transform themselves so that they can lead happier and wiser lives.

In addition to age-old wisdom, LWP draws inspiration from the beauty of nature, the adventure of travel, the comfort of food and values social awareness.

LWP is for those who are ready to go beyond pop-psychology, materialism and beyond yoga as a fitness regime and are searching for a better understanding about the nature of life. Subscribe to LWP via email (sign-up here) and like our Facebook page to join hundreds of others in receiving insightful tips and thoughts on meditation, yoga and how to live a wiser and just overall better life.
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20160713_134601About the Founder and Editor: Shruti Bakshi worked as an investment banker and financial consultant for several years across London and Paris before turning to spirituality and creating LWP. Experiencing and witnessing first hand, the stresses and strains of life in top corporations and in fast-paced global cities, she launched LWP as a platform for sharing valuable spiritual knowledge to help people lead more conscious lives.

Shruti enjoys writing about life at the intersection of spirituality and modern society. She grew up in Mumbai and has lived in London, Paris, Singapore and Delhi. She holds an MBA from INSEAD and an MPhil in Finance from Cambridge University where she was a Shell scholar. Shruti has recently released her first novel, From Dior to Dharma, available on Amazon. For more about the book see shrutibakshi.com. Shruti tweets @shruti_paris.

In the short time that Shruti has been writing in the public domain, her articles have been published by well-known publications including:

‘On the wrong side of freedom – it’s time the Indian media grew up’ – Swarajya Mag
How Twitter is affecting mainstream media and society – OpIndia
Need for India’s spirituality – revisiting Sri Aurobindo’s vision – Indiafacts.org