Youthful – The Mindful Natural Way for Each Life

Rashmi Chandran, Natural Health and Environmental Research, global education magazine,Rashmi Chandran

Natural Health and Environmental Research

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Abstract: Youthful is a blessing for any life. The beauty of youthful is its own innocence to live naturally connected with nature, to grow up with maturity, and to embody our mutual care and share. Youthful works its level best at all ages with maturity, if one can learn lessons from experience. Only need is to respect our own intuitions, respect each other’s differing needs and life circumstances, understand that there are many ways of being natural but it does not work when we attempt to coerce, shame or inflict guilt upon each other, even subtly. Living with maturity with acceptance of happenings are the real experiences from each situations is the purpose for any life by refining one’s self at the same time protecting the youthful nature, the moral duty for any life during the journey. The conventional ways of growing up can enhance maturity through age but natural ways always protect youthful nature that already exists within each. The youthful attitude reflects the life of all idealistic living with meaningful purpose. Youth education needs systematic and streamlined ways to explore life experience than just bookish knowledge. Let youthful and youth education goes side by side to balance natural health within each children in its very early stages of life. The role of wisdom irrespective of all ages enhance natural way of youthful to protect dignity, liberty and morality if one wish to live for the purpose and not just to exist.

Keywords: Youth, Youthful, Nature, Natural Health, Society, Education, Life, Lifestyle.

The Need of Youthful in Global Education

Development is not just about offering the opportunity of a livelihood, education, job, and access to basic social services: it is also concerned with creating an environment where people are capable of realize their rights and participate meaningfully in society. Full development cannot be achieved unless women, youth, and the resources they represent are integrated into the development process. Education is the single most important factor contributing to young people’s chances of leading productive and responsible lives. Overall, the commitments made under the Millennium Development Goals are clear with regard to the emphasis placed on both primary and secondary education, aspects of particular relevance for young people between the ages of 15 and 24. Education is but one part of young people’s lives—an important part in some regions of the world, but a non-existent element for large groups of youth in other regions. Certainly, modern formal education and training systems were developed with young people in mind—people seen to be going through an initial learning phase in their lives, to be doing a whole range of things for the first time, and to be doing these things all together at more or less the same ages. It is understood that this is a purely social construction that has established itself in very specific times and places, but in practice the arbitrary nature of these institutionalized arrangements escapes conscious notice. Educational statistics are by and large a highly condensed and narrowly focused empirical representation of a set of taken-for-granted arrangements for intentional learning and its outcomes. Youth as a social phenomenon and young people as the primary target population of formal education and training fade from view behind an avalanche of indicators that describe participation in institutional processes for learning but reveal little about those who take part. In many ways, educationalists and analysts are condemned to reporting on education and saying nothing about youth. Youthful mind is the need as an investment in gender equality and women’s empowerment is vital for improving economic, social and political conditions in developing countries within the framework of sustainable development. In view of the foregoing, renewed emphasis should be placed on implementing lifelong learning schemes to provide culturally, socially and economically appropriate education. Lifelong learning arrangements, particularly those in informal and non-formal settings, can confer a number of benefits: they can provide people who live in countries that do not have universal education with access to learning opportunities on a continuous basis; they can address the problem of conventional formal schooling being too far removed from local cultural and social environments; and they can alleviate economic hardship, particularly for young people in developing countries who may experience strong pressures to earn income to help support their families or, particularly if they are girls, to take on significant responsibilities at home (1, 4). The basic foundation of education should start from each and every home which is the thread to tie up the connectivity with the society in turn should spread globally.

Self Awareness, Culture and Development

Empowerment in context refers to the ability of people to control their own destinies in relation to other people in society. Prominent definitions of empowerment can be: the expansion in people’s ability to make strategic life choices in a context where this ability was previously denied to them. With the passage of time, the spheres of activity of males and females became more and more watertight. The challenges of life were faced by men, while women were restricted to the household sphere. Man considers woman to be frail and weak by nature. The same time in all patriarchal family, women and youth are the victims to protect their dignity and liberty due to the immoral acts of certain vampires exists in the name of family men and religious leaders in each corner of our globe. The oneness in nature is the natural ways of treating all as All are equal souls irrespective of caste, creed, culture and religion to balance solidarity and natural health within each. The conventional and conservative attitude, beliefs and habits affects the tradition and culture of the real development sows the seeds of fear and tear for each living degrading youthful nature of each life. A man and a woman or any two or more individuals are like two wheels of a cart. The cart can move fast and safely too, when both of them pull it in the same direction and with equal strength. Hence no developing country or society can afford to ignore the role of each individual, if they are to progress. Women’s education, employment, and family roles and the interrelations between them have attracted increasing attention during the last few years. Over the last few decades there has been a tremendous change in laws, attitudes, and norms affecting women’s status, roles, and development in society in India. If women get empowered, reflects the youth and society. Culture has the power to transform entire societies, strengthen local communities and create a sense of identity and belonging for people of all ages. As a vector for youth development and civic engagement, culture plays an essential role in promoting sustainable social and economic development for future generations. Youth can act as a bridge between cultures and serve as key agents in promoting peace and intercultural understanding. Transmitting the values of intercultural understanding, cultural diversity and creating a sustainable environment from one generation to the next is essential if the seeds of peace are to be planted and nurtured by future generations. The United Nations initiates young people to these principles through involving them as active partners and stakeholders in both its on-the-ground and normative actions. Engaging youth in the policy-making process contributes to better informed and equitable cultural policies and strengthens transparency, accountability and ownership. The UNESCO World Heritage Education Programme strives to give young people the opportunity to learn and develop by acquiring knowledge about World Heritage protection, conservation and promotion. The driving force of the programme is the involvement of youth as a major segment of the community, taking cultural dimensions into account, encouraging them to become thinkers and actors of development. The Programme has generated many different projects and activities such as Youth Forums, skills development training courses, educative workshops and seminars, the World Heritage Volunteer Programme and its main tool, World Heritage in Young Hands (WHYH), an educational resource kit for school teachers, existing in 37 national language versions, and which has reached at least 1 million young students. Currently young people across the world are increasingly involved in heritage protection and promotion, recognizing that heritage does not only belong to the past, but is also part of their identity. Transmitting heritage values to young people favors intercultural understanding, respect for cultural diversity and helps create an environment propitious to a culture of peace – principles which are central to the United Nation’s mission. Heritage related initiatives clearly demonstrate that culture is an indispensable driver and enabler of sustainable development. Heritage provides testimonies to, and links between, the past and present. As one of the world’s few inexhaustible natural resources, creativity is a source of considerable potential in promoting sustainable socio-economic development for people of all ages (1, 3, 6, 10). The creative industries can serve as a springboard for new ideas and innovation, which can open up new opportunities for employment and learning, while at the same time promoting well-being and self-esteem and empowering entire communities. Young women and men are increasingly engaged in proposing creative solutions to local challenges. This creative energy needs to be harnessed so as to maximize the positive impact it can have on society. Education with self awareness, cultural values, and morality is the single most important factor contributing to young people’s chances of leading productive and responsible lives for the emotional, mental, spiritual and physical well being.

The Need of Youthful in Birth, Life and Death

Life is full of mystic as well as mysterious experiences if one can feel it with all its divinity. A youthful way of expressing the facts needs wisdom reveals the truth shines forever reflecting one’s self. Birth of any life is as divine as all creations, in its initial stage due to the quality of innocence and fearless. Whether it is an animal, plant or human, the innocent and tenderness are the natural ways with all its sensitivity with each and every feels of nature. The birth of any new creation is with all its divine quality of youthful nature. Life and living is the next stage to survive and exists to protect that divine nature. Each happenings, experiences and situations is the way for life and living very much naturally to accept and move forward refining one’s self by purifying not to get distracted with any of the ill effects and impacts. The way of youthful mindfully is the natural way to purify your thoughts and beliefs balancing practical realities. To feel the life and living youthful nature is the need even to feel the death which is not an end but the recycling process of energies within nature. Forms and acts need this youthful nature never cheats one’s self since it is inherited in each one’s life. Death is not the end of any life when forms die, in reality death is the one if one looses their youthful nature in life.

“Living as Living corpse without any youthful nature is the real death” – Dr. Rashmi Chandran.

The Need of Mindfulness and Natural ways to Protect the Youthful

The empowerment of youth is essential for achieving gender equality and the integrity to overall well-being viz. spiritual, emotional, mental and physical. These are also fundamental if youth movements are to achieve equal political, economic, social and cultural rights. A sense of self-worth is relevant to domestic violence and the development of confidence within both the home and the society. It is essential to design, implement and monitor, with the full participation of youth and women, effective, efficient and mutually reinforcing gender-sensitive policies and programs, at all levels that will foster the empowerment and advancement of youth mind of all ages if it is women or men. Natural lifestyle has a significant impact on personal happiness levels, but a significant piece of the equation is one’s attitude towards life. It’s probably no secret that optimists tend to be happier people, but one may not realize that there’s more to optimism than ‘putting on a happy face or ‘looking on the bright side’. Nobody is happy all the time, but some people are definitely more fulfilled than others (5-12). The art of natural living empowers all phases of life, to face the present challenges by providing tools and techniques that help to eliminate individual stress and learned nature. The Art of Natural Living encourages all ways of life irrespective of religion, culture, caste, creed and language, to find practical solutions to their challenges so that each one becomes self-reliant in their own natural ways accepting each of their destiny, levels and capacity. A youth mind is the glue that holds society together. From my experience personally I trust and believe the health of each person depends of his own awareness and consciousness of self worth with morals reflects the whole family, society, and therefore the whole nation, benefits. The term Natural Health founded by me in 2002 after a major immoral incident in my personal and professional life happened completely out of my control. Youthful nature and certain natural ways helped me to balance my natural health and youthful to continue my living as a survivor not victimizing me at any situations of life so far by divine grace. Practicing natural life style, sharing by reflecting myself for a meaningful purpose is an awesome feel, the only moral duty of mine to respect the self. Self awareness with efforts needed to understand and accept the learned nature of the present society, and to protect the natural health of the youth in very early stages through empowerment and awareness. A change in lifestyle and diligence is the only natural way that determines each of our health to thrive against the toxic environment in and around us and to lead a complete physical, emotional, mental and social well-being. The well-being enhances the consciousness with youthful nature to implement the divine wisdom balancing the natural health within.

Natural ways to Protect the Youthful

Be natural with morals.

Never be a hypocrite and never be judgmental.

Accept pros and cons of all your experiences in all its natural ways.

Never victimize yourself at any situations and levels.

Live as a survivor to share and care.

Live naturally with higher consciousness with feels not just feelings.

Avoid secrecy but always respect your privacy.

Respect all divine feels and protect your youthful nature.


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This article was published on August 12, 2015, for the International Youth Day, in Global Education Magazine

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