Rediscovering Self with Amrutam is a podcast that focuses on Mental Health & Wellness.
Tune in for a fresh episode every Friday at 8 PM.
Season 1 - Mental Health
Season 1 of this podcast will essentially address the daily ramblings of the mind, seeking answers to questions that have - at some point or another - turned up in our thoughts. In each episode, we speak with a different mental health professional to unpack a thought or mind matter.
This podcast is hosted by Preethi Parthasarathy, an avid traveller, podcaster and mental health advocate.
I'm not sure if therapy is the right path for me
with Stuti Ashok Gupta
Finding a therapist is exactly like dating. There is no one-size-fits-all. There are so many schools of thought and no one style of working your way in therapy. You can begin by booking an appointment and experiencing how that one session makes you feel. Of course, it's going to be a long journey, but if you have conviction, you might want to come around.
How often have we casually thrown this statement around? "I have a ton of work, and it's all piled up because I procrastinate so much." Here's the thing - this 'behavior' is coming from somewhere, and if you've ever wondered WHY you procrastinate at all and how you can try changing it, this episode is for you.
Sometimes, the thought of broaching a subject can make us feel terrified, uncertain, unsure, and closed off. Sometimes, we may even feel inertia when it comes to taking feedback. All of this involves confrontation, which does not need to be as negative as one might think.
You know those days when getting out of bed itself feels like a task, and you just want to snuggle in your blankets forever? When do you feel absolutely no motivation to get anything done? Where inertia appears to be the rule and your willpower has no power at all? This episode tackles everything you feel on those days and explores why rest is important, what hustling is all about, and how you can work through feeling this way.
I live in constant dread that something bad is going to happen
With Aanchal Harjai
Have you ever caught yourself thinking of the worst possible outcomes? Or stop yourself from having a good time because you feel it is temporary and something bad will happen very soon? This episode drills down to the root of it all.
I lose my temper a lot and hate when things don't go my way
With Tanvi Kankan
How often have we said, "I have a very short temper," or "She has major anger issues." Have we pondered on where this behavior comes from? In this episode, host Preethi talks to Tanvi Kankan, a mental health counselor, about the types of anger, its triggers, and what we need to be cognizant of. Tune in. This one unfurls a lot of new information.
How often have we caught ourselves scrolling endlessly on Instagram? Or binge-watching videos on YouTube? Or going down a rabbit hole of information? This behavior subconsciously affects our mental health, and sometimes, we end up feeling worse than before after a scrolling session.
The fear of uncertainty
In the fifth episode of the Rediscovering Self with Amrutam podcast, host Preethi Partha...
Season 2 - The Science of Ayurveda
Season 2 of this podcast will focus on the 5,000-year-old science of Ayurveda. From lifestyle disorders to issues of binge eating and self-image, we unpack each of these thoughts with different doctors and experts who share their advice and insights on integrating Ayurveda into our modern lifestyles.
This podcast is hosted by Shweta Dalmia, founder, and CEO of Climapreneur, where she shares stories and learnings of entrepreneurs driving Climate Change.
The Journey to Healthy Living, Story of Amrutam, Vision to Endorse Ayurveda
With Shri.Ashok Gupta
In the podcast's first episode, host Shweta speaks with Mr. Ashok Gupta, Founding Principal at Amrutam. Amrutam was established over 15 years ago as a family business, and it was in 2017 when his children Stuti and Agnim decided to join the family business of making Ayurvedic recipes and took it online. Tune in and learn more about Amrutam’s journey.
The last two years reminded us that our health truly is our wealth. While we have become more mindful of our lifestyles, some fall prey to sickness and ailments a little too often. Tune in and learn more about it.
With the evolution of human civilization, the idea of beauty has also evolved and changed over the years. We’ve become accustomed to viewing each other through camera lenses and social media filters, creating a facade of sorts and hiding the reality. And hence, we struggle with feeling comfortable in our skin. Tune in and learn more about it.
Do you find yourself feeling bloated first thing in the morning, and simply no amount of probiotics save you from that uneasy feeling? Many of us experience digestive issues, and seldom do we address the root cause of it. Tune in and learn more about it.
Have you ever wondered why our body and mind are best in sync when they are following a routine? That’s because they must put the minimum amount of work into figuring out their next course of action. But how often can we create or stick to a routine and consistently so? Tune in and learn more about it.
We often blame the monsoons for the terrifying hair fall we experience yearly. But have you wondered why some of us need that extra love and care when it comes to our hair? Tune in and learn more about it.
Period cramps. This would be if there was a two-word horror story for some of our fellow menstruators. How often have we changed our long-thought plans just because our period was nearing? And how often do we worry about popping pills when our body is in pain? We get you. Period cramps can be excruciatingly hard. But here’s the thing - they don’t have to be! Tune in and learn more about it.
Following an ‘Ayurvedic’ lifestyle largely means being in sync with nature, eating as per your body type, and spending time doing things you love. But thanks to modern-day lifestyles, many of us struggle with keeping up with our body clocks, cannot follow the circadian rhythm, and consume food and things that may not be nutritious for our bodies. Tune in and learn more about it.