The Mental Digestion Process in Ayurveda

The Mental Digestion Process in Ayurveda

The way we digest food is the same way we digest emotions and experiences. Β According to Ayurveda, the mind exists for experience and liberation of the soul. Β As we go through life, the experiences we have not digested properly become toxins (Ama), that cause illness...
The Three Stages of Mental Healing

The Three Stages of Mental Healing

Every new year, we make resolutions and get excited for the new changes we want to bring into our lives, sometimes too rapidly and without proper understanding of self.Β In the next couple of weeks this motivation can fade or you may feel just overwhelmed at what...
Management of Menopause – An Ayurvedic Perspective

Management of Menopause – An Ayurvedic Perspective

πŒπ€ππ€π†π„πŒπ„ππ“ πŽπ… πŒπ„ππŽππ€π”π’π„ – 𝐀𝐍 π€π˜π”π‘π•π„πƒπˆπ‚ ππ„π‘π’ππ„π‚π“πˆπ•π„ ⁣ Menopause is termed as Rajonivritti in Ayurveda (Rajah- Artava or menstrual blood, Nivritti- Discontinuance). It is not described separately as a pathological condition or severe health problem in Ayurvedic...
The Six Tastes in Ayurveda

The Six Tastes in Ayurveda

In Ayurveda, there are six Rasās (tastes): Svādu or madhura (sweet) Amla (sour) Lavana (salty) Tikta (bitter) Katu (acrid) Kashāya (astringent) The pharmacological actions of these tastes are based on dravya (matter) and their potency increases in preceding order...
Moon Phases in Prana

Moon Phases in Prana

A core principle of Ayurveda is living in rhythm with the seasons. Β The moon plays an integral role in our living in harmony with nature through our moods, and is reflected in our breathing. Prana is the life force energy which regulates respiration and circulation in...