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Ayurvedic Recipe: Roasted Fennel, Onion & Potato Soup

Ayurvedic Recipie: Roasted Fennel, Onion & Potato Soup

 

 

VPK- (balancing for Vata, Pitta and Kapha)

Ayurveda and Seasonal Change, Finding Balance… Part 5/9

Balance

 

Balance is the prize found at the center of two objects, same weight, same distance, and pulling with the same force.

This means that ‘Opposites Balance’!

New Year’s Resolution: Get Healthy Through Ayurveda!

 What will your New Year’s Resolution be? How about to embrace lifestyle practices which will promote optimal health and peace of mind?

Ayurveda and Seasonal Change-Structure yields greater Freedom! 4/9

 For you who views multitasking as an art form and stretching yourself to your edge as the norm, here goes an experiment:   

Ayurveda and Healing with the Colors of the Season: GOLD

 The holiday season is often filled with golden ornaments and shining gold stars. According to Ayurveda, gold is a healing, transformative color which balances all three doshas. 

Ayurvedic Cooking: Thai Stir-Fry

 How about a delicious veggie stir-fry for dinner? This Thai version offers an exotic taste which will help make sure you get your daily dose of veggies!

Ayurveda and Meditation

 Meditation is profound and powerful. It has enormous benefits to the body and the mind. Many of us know this, and yet aren’t sure what it is or how to do it.

Ayurveda and Seasonal Change- It’s just the Season 3/9

When Freedom is the Aim, Calm is the Practice!

 

Ayurveda and Healing with the Colors of the Season: GREEN

 

The color green, along with red, have become classic Christmas colors. Ayurveda teaches that colors have a powerful effect on the body and mind, contributing either to health or to disease and disharmony. Every color offers unique effects according to its elemental makeup. So what does green do?

Ayurvedic Cooking: Mixed Vegetable Miso Soup with Rice Noodles

 Miso soup is not only delicious, but it inspires contemplation; a few vegetables floating around in a clear, amber broth. It’s even a bit salty, which makes it balancing for vata dosha. So sip, contemplate, and enjoy!