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Ayurveda and Seasonal Change~Inspired, Creative and Free - or - Exhausted, Anxious and Afraid?

 Inspired, Creative and Free - or - Exhausted, Anxious and Afraid?

Ayurvedic Recipe: Sprouted Wheat Bread with Ghee, Nut Butter or Cream Cheese

 

Eat wheat? If so, you’ll love this rich, dense recipe which brings balance to vata and pitta doshas!

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Ayurveda and the Use of Spices - Parsley

 

Digestion, digestion, digestion! According to Ayurveda, good health begins with good digestion. Without it, we set ourselves up for disease. 

 

Ayurveda and the Deep State of Relaxation Called “Yoga Nidra”

 

“Yoga nidra is a state of deep relaxation in which you reach new states of

conscious awareness with acute perception of both your physical and subtle

body. In this state, you are able to feel the flow of prana as it moves through

physical, emotional, and energetic blockages. The end result is the healing of the

Ayurveda and Disturbances of the Doshas

 

Ayurveda and Seasonal Recipes: How About a Sweet Potato Pecan Casserole for Thanksgiving dinner?

 

Ayurveda, Foods and Spices: Garlic

 
 
 
Garlic. Such a mixed bag! Many people can’t imagine a meal without it. Others find it overwhelmingly strong and avoid it at all costs. Garlic has huge health benefits, and yet it can dull or overstimulate the mind. It is cleansing and yet can be too heating for pitta.
 

Ayurveda and How Much Food Is Too Much?

 

 

How much food is too much? OK, not a fair question with Thanksgiving just around the corner! Most people tend to overeat on Thanksgiving. If you only overeat one time a year, the chances are it wouldn’t do too much harm. 

 

Ayurveda and Different Types of Aromatic Oils