AYURVEDIC LIVING BLOG
What are Oxalates and How are they Killing You? On today's episode we’re talking to Sally K Norton, MPH an Ivy-league Nutritionist & Author of the book: Toxic Superfoods: How Oxalate Overload is Making You Sick-and How to Get Better. Sally’s going to be sharing with us about oxalates, what they are, what imbalances they cause, what foods they’re found in, what...
Join beloved Ayurvedic Living School Teacher, Mentor, and Author, Margie Hunter as she takes us on a journey through chronic pain and disease through the healing powers yoga and ayurveda in healing her multiple sclerosis.
You can visit Margie Hunter @: http://www.transcendingms.com/
Join the beloved instructor and counselor Rose Carol as she describes the powerful ways Ayurveda can bring greater balance to empaths, highly sensitive people, and those dominant in Vata dosha.
Want to learn more about Ayurveda for the Highly Sensitive Person & dive deep into Ayurveda psychology & relationships training?
Join Mamta Landerman, beloved instructor and the founding and current President of the California Association of Ayurvedic Medicine (CAAM) as she discusses the powerful ways living with the seasons of Ayurveda enhance wellbeing. You are sure to enjoy a bunch of Ayurvedic jewels of wisdom to integrate into your own life.
8 Ways Gratitude Enhances Your Well Being
As many of us know, gratitude feels good. And as science is proving more everyday, gratitude affects both our psychology as well as our physiology. Below are 8 ways gratitude has been shown to enhance our wellbeing. Thanksgiving is a perfect time to reflect on and embrace the daily or morning practice of...
3 Chill Pills
to Soothe Summer Anger
with Traci Webb
1. Do not postpone your meals - this will overheat your liver (the "seat of anger") and will eat away at your reserve energy ("ojas") leaving you with diminished endurance to stress and more likely to flare up for no reason.
2. Take 15 minute vacations once an hour. Here are some ayurvedic ideas for you......
Ayurvedic Psychology of Politics
Ayurveda says that whatever you find in the world. You will find within yourself.
The saying goes: "Yat Pinde Tat Brahmande".
Translated as "whatever is in the microcosm is also in the macrocosm", (pindanda = microcosm and brahmanda = macrocosm)
Meaning whatever is in you, is in the universe. Whatever is in the universe is in you.
Channeling Anger about Social Injustices...
We are witnessing a planetary shift in consciousness.
A time when violence and brutality against our black brothers and sisters is no longer tolerated. A time where other nationalities and countries across the planet are at long last reaching out their hands, their voices, their pocket...
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