The Ambassador of JOY, welcomes Krishna Bhatta, MD, FRCS is a surgeon, author and an inventor, currently working as chief of urology at the Medical Center in Bangor, Maine. Dr. Bhatta is both practical and spiritual; he developed a fascination with spiritual studies early in his life. After seeing the high rate of burnout in the physician community, Dr. Bhatta set out to understand the issue, but through a different lens. Rather than focus on the burnout itself, Dr. Bhatta evaluated those who do not burnout, to understand why. Through this, Dr. Bhatta found himself revisiting his knowledge of meditation. He believes that burnout, or rather lack thereof, comes from within. By focusing efforts on finding our own “flame”, we better understand our individual consciousness and mind. Nurturing this flame, and learning thought management helps prevent burnout, and function as the best version of ourselves. Dr. Bhatta is currently building a new app, titled Relax. This is HUGE. Share!

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Krishna Bhatta

KRISHNA BHATTA, MD, FRCS is a surgeon, author and an inventor, currently working as chief of urology at Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor, Maine. Dr. Bhatta is both practical and spiritual; he developed a fascination with spiritual studies early in his life. After seeing the high rate of burnout in the physician community, Dr. Bhatta set out to understand the issue, but through a different lens. Rather than focus on the burnout itself, Dr. Bhatta evaluated those who do not burnout, to understand why. Through this, Dr. Bhatta found himself revisiting his knowledge of meditation and spirituality. He believes that burnout, or rather lack thereof, comes from within. By focusing efforts on finding our own “flame”, we better understand our individual consciousness and mind. Nurturing this flame, and learning thought management helps us prevent burnout, and function as the best version of ourselves. Dr. Bhatta’s team is building a new app, titled Relax to teach daily spiritual practices