Confidence Cures: The Art of Self-Wellness

Health and wellness Paperback English208 Pages

Confidence Cures: The Art of Self-Wellness offers an integrated and experience-based approach to aid you in attaining wellness by focusing on the physical, mental, existential and spiritual aspects of your being. Based on the personal experience of Lieutenant General S.B. Sehajpal, a former dental surgeon in the Indian Army, who practised the wellness way of life and recovered from acute depression, hypertension and diabetes, and Mrs Kiran Sehajpal, an educationist, this book serves as a comprehensive guide in reinvigorating yourself and putting your health at topmost priority. No fancy diets, no fads, no herd-hounding, just intent and a karmic commitment with yourself.


This book has covered each aspect of wellness in such fullness and all encompassing detail that is so easy to absorb and follow. I have gone back again and again to the chapters on mental wellness, pranic wellness, and spiritual wellness and each time a fresh understanding has dawned on me!

Sudha Sabhlok

The Wellness Way of Life, shared by the authors has been lived by them, because of which the Book gives a practical approach to stay disease free. The suggestions are simple and easy to follow in the daily routine of life, very much within your homes.

Dr Tashu Kakar

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About the authors

Mrs Kiran Sehajpal

Mrs Kiran Sehajpal is an educationist with an MSc in Zoology and MEd. She has been awarded an Appreciation Certificate by International Association of Lions Club in 2004 and Roll of Honour by Rotary Club Lucknow in 2007. She is also the recipient of Dr S. Radhakrishnan Memorial National Teachers Award, Bhagirathi Samman Award in 2013 and IMA Distinguished Services Award in 2017.

Lt Gen. S. B. Sehajpal

Lieutenant General S.B. Sehajpal has formerly served as the Director General, Dental Services in the Indian Army. He is an MDS in Prosthodontics and has been awarded the Colonel A. G. Rangaraj Challenge Trophy in 1979 and Lt Gen. K. S. Memorial Medal in 1985. A recipient of the Army Commander Western Command Commendation in 1993, Chief of Army Staff Commendation in 1997 and Army Commander Southern Command Commendation in 2001, Lt Gen. S. B. Sehajpal has been decorated by the President of India with the Vishisht Seva Medal in 2002, Ati Vishisht Seva Medal in 2007 and Param Vishisht Seva Medal––the highest military award for distinguished service––in 2011.