In the bustling world we inhabit, the pursuit of well-being often takes a backseat to the demands of our fast-paced lives. Amid the constant stream of responsibilities, commitments, and digital distractions, the need for genuine self-care becomes more crucial than ever. This is where the concept of the “Golden Triangle of Well-Being” comes into play—a dynamic trio of practices that promises to reshape our relationship with ourselves, our minds, and the world around us.

Imagine a triangle where each corner represents an integral aspect of well-being: Intermittent Silence, Mindfulness, and Meditation. These three practices form an intricate web that supports our mental, emotional, and physical health, offering a path towards holistic equilibrium.

Intermittent Silence: Embracing the Pause

In a world that constantly bombards us with noise and information, the practice of Intermittent Silence emerges as a powerful countermeasure. Intermittent Silence encourages us to unplug, pause, and find moments of stillness in our day-to-day lives. Whether it’s a quiet stroll in the park, a few minutes of deep breathing, or a break from digital screens, these moments of silence provide the space for rejuvenation and introspection. They enable us to recalibrate, gather our thoughts, and reconnect with our inner selves.

Mindfulness: Cultivating Present Awareness

Mindfulness, often likened to a mental muscle, is the art of being fully present in each moment. It’s the practice of redirecting our attention to the here and now, rather than dwelling in the past or worrying about the future. By training ourselves to be mindful, we cultivate a heightened awareness of our thoughts, emotions, and physical sensations. This heightened awareness allows us to respond to life’s challenges with clarity, rather than react impulsively. Through mindfulness, we navigate the complexities of our inner world and the external environment with grace and intention.

Meditation: Nurturing Inner Harmony

Meditation serves as the cornerstone of the Golden Triangle, inviting us to embark on a journey within. It’s a practice of creating a quiet space to observe our thoughts, detach from the incessant mental chatter, and tap into a profound sense of stillness. Regular meditation has been shown to reduce stress, enhance focus, boost emotional resilience, and even rewire the brain in positive ways. As we meditate, we learn to detach from the fluctuations of our mind and cultivate a deeper connection to our inner selves. This connection, in turn, fosters a sense of inner harmony that ripples into our daily lives.

The Synergy of the Triangle

The true magic of the Golden Triangle of Well-Being lies in its synergy. Intermittent Silence prepares the canvas by creating pockets of stillness in our noisy lives. Mindfulness then steps in, helping us paint each moment with full presence and awareness. Finally, meditation adds depth and texture, allowing us to explore the uncharted territories of our consciousness.

As we incorporate these practices into our routines, we weave a tapestry of well-being that extends beyond physical health. The Golden Triangle nurtures emotional intelligence, strengthens resilience, enhances self-awareness, and fosters a sense of interconnectedness with the world. It’s a dynamic approach to well-being that invites us to pause, awaken, and align ourselves with our true essence.

In a world that often glorifies busyness and achievement, the Golden Triangle of Well-Being reminds us that the true wealth lies within our ability to nurture our inner landscapes. As we embrace Intermittent Silence, Mindfulness, and Meditation, we unlock the doors to a life of balance, presence, and lasting fulfillment—a life where the golden glow of well-being illuminates our path.


  • Krishna Bhatta


    Relax Inc.

    Krishna Bhatta, MD, FRCS is an author, surgeon and an inventor, currently working as a Urologist ( former chief of urology) at Northern Light Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor, Maine.  Dr. Bhatta began his life in a small Indian village, attended Patna Medical College in India, continued his education in the UK, and then completed his research & medical training at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston and Harvard Medical School.

    Dr. Bhatta is equal parts practical and spiritual. His lectures, writings, podcasts, songs, and video talks on Gita, Krishna, and other spiritual topics are based on his personal journey and experiences, as well as a lifetime of exploring spiritual texts, giving him a unique understanding and perspective.

    He is founder CEO of a wellness and meditation app - Relax Infinity (formerly Relaxx) which strives to be the wellness destination of the world. It connects Patanjali's science of consciousness with Einstein's art of swimming in silence.  Wellness is an infinite journey and a life long pursuit.