We promote well-being by teaching people how to stay healthy, be safely active, and eat abundantly.
Improve the health of a child in Nepal, India, and the United States
• Oral health is directly linked to overall health.
• One in two adult Americans suffers from periodontitis (gum disease).
• Periodontitis leads to teeth loss.
• Studies suggest that periodontitis is linked to cancer, diabetes, stroke, and heart disease.
• Flossing regularly and brushing teeth twice daily can prevent and even reverse periodontitis.
• Sajen.org, Inc. delivers oral health educational seminars and distributes toothbrushes, toothpaste, and education materials to underserved populations globally.
• Sajen.org, Inc. is taking tangible steps to eliminating periodontitis.
• In 2015 alone, Sajen.org, Inc. gave oral health seminars and distributed over one thousand (1,000+) toothbrushes and tubes of toothpaste in the United States, India, and Nepal.
Improve your health yourself
The essence of being safely active is, “Move slow when young, move fast when old.” And no matter what our age, with correct training and learning how “Food is Medicine,” we can build up an increased comfort in our bodies that gives us the mental freedom to do what matters most.
Based on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) progressions, we offer an essential health meditation (胎息) familiar to some in Taoism, plus inform people who are not health care providers what they can do for themselves.
We recommend the classic order of returning to homeostasis by first trying nutritional changes, then herbal remedies; followed by acupressure and, in acute cases, finally seeking acupuncture elsewhere.
- Increase your Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR) for sustainable and easier weight control.
- Develop pain free tendons and ligaments while improving your strength.
- Build denser muscle tissues without looking bigger.
- Develop greater bone density and make yourself more injury proof.
- Progressively overcome challenges brought on by sitting at home, at work, or while traveling.
Why “Health, Love, Awareness, and Abundance”?
Buddhist teachings began with a man who defined himself as “Awake” – which is the literal translation of Buddha. And this Awakened One said that the quality of being describing his experience was the absence of greed, hatred, and ignorance.
Health is the physical foundation for developing Abundance (non-greed), Love (non-hate), and Awareness (non-ignorance).
Simply put, these four qualities – Health, Love, Awareness, and Abundance – define the whole of Buddhist mental and physical cultivation in a universal and easily operative way.