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Interview with Nisagra Farms Organic

It is our pleasure to bring you knowledge from ancient wisdom keepers in the Kashmir region of India, where organic farmers live the principles of Ayurvedic practices and transparently share their life philosophy with us to show how to apply that also as our everyday life philosophy. Our editor Ildiko Berecz interviewed Krishana Chaitanya, one of the founders of Nisarga Farms.

Krishana has a family background deeply connected to yoga and Ayurveda and is an AromaTechnologist, Energy-Aromatherapy, a full- time disciple aka Sanyasin of Osho (Osho gave Krishana Chaitanya name) and Classical hatha Yoga Teacher trained by Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudeva a Yogi, Mystic and Visionary. They are professionally managing a small group of like-minded distillers in India. Their philosophy is living their truth in harmony with nature. They strictly and sincerely maintain and follow these principles with heart. The community of Nisarga Farms is one of the rare treasures in India and in this in-depth interview you get to learn about the principles that guide their life and work ethos.

“Samyak means 'just right, 'just apt', neither more nor less. Very fine-tuning with the Universe. This same philosophy Mystic Pythagoras also tried to teach in ancient Greece through various means. Like, if the guitar strings are loose, music won't come; if strings are too tight, music will break. So harmony, synergy, and balance are MOST important in business or any work but with sincerity, simplicity, purity, and joy/smile. Artha means Economy, Business, Money, Finance.”

Read along the exciting and substantial interview in our 138-page world-traveller educative SUMMER issue of AROMATIKA Magazine (9.2.), and if you have not got your copy of our e-journal yet, find it in our shop.

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