By Shriswara | Opening Doorz Editorial | April 10, 2017

Shriswara on her workout routine, eating habits and spiritual quotient…

Workout Routine

I do a bit of simple stretching nearly everyday for about half an hour. If need be, in place of the stretching, I may do two or three yoga asanas or stand in a horse stance instead every now and then. I don’t get the chance very often but I enjoy semi-classical dance. For me that usually puts all muscles, bones and systems in order the best. I often walk from point A to point B if the sun is not sharp. None of these are ever done at a particular time or in a particular order.

Eating Habits

I’m not very particular about carbs, calories and proteins. I do try to balance an intake of all flavours in the day and eat according to season and weather). I keep spiciness at minimum to non-existent. I’m a vegetarian. Water is a sad attempt of two litres per day. Overall, though, I try to keep my system alkaline. It is also a sad attempt to keep food timings fixed to 7:30, 13:30 and 18:30.

Shriswara: Let go and trust
One of my life mantras is “Let go.. and trust things will fall into place,” says Shriswara.

Spiritual Quotient

I do stress easily and likewise destress easily. Soft music, greenery, animals, meditation and reading something nice usually works for me. I give myself Reiki very often to balance things. One of my life mantras is “Let go.. and trust things will fall into place.”

(Shriswara is an Indian actor best known for her powerful performance in Nikhil Advani’s D-Day.)

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