Wellness I Spirituality in Practice (SiP) - A Framework for Health Care Professionals

We are alone if we choose to be, but we are also seamlessly part of everything, since that is the way of nature! This is the True knowledge, to see ourselves as integral part of the eternal and ever-present universe. The goal is to feel good through self-compassion but also work towards peace and harmony of all, limitlessly. We are subjective when we see ourselves as isolated individuals. We become increasingly objective when we are under self-control (in our physical/material world), with non-attachment (in our emotions), and liberated in our thoughts from all that bind and isolate us as “I” or individuals.

We gain this true knowledge when we realize that all that is cognitive and all their enablers (laws of nature) are like two sides of a coin, like the waves on the surface and the deep ocean below - coexisting, inseparable, and enabling the other.


This talk was based on the recent book (2023): by Dr. Krishnamoorthy (Subbu) Subramanian

Spirituality In PracticeExploration for peace and harmony within as well as collaboration and cohesiveness with all that surrounds us.


  • Dr. Krishnamoorthy (Subbu) Subramanian, born and raised in Southern India, received his Ph. D from MIT, Cambridge, MA. USA in 1977. He has over 45 years of experience working in the global manufacturing sector. His work has focused on research, new business development, innovation, and mentoring.
  • Dr. Matcheri Keshavan is Stanley Cobb Professor of Psychiatry at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC); Harvard Medical School (HMS), a position he assumed in April 2008. He is also the academic head of psychiatry at BIDMC, and a senior psychiatric advisor for the Massachusetts Mental Health Center.

This webinar was presented in collaboration with the Massachusetts Mental Health Center GrandRounds series.


View a recording of this 5/17/23 session here.

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