“Time” according to Ayurveda

“Time” according to Ayurveda

Do you find yourself having a hard time adjusting when daylight saving time begins or ends? Our internal clocks differ greatly from the clock on our wrists or our nightstands. The amount of light in the day dictates this mostly. In winter, there are less daylight...
How to Meditate

How to Meditate

There are many ways to meditate. Practices from all around the world offer us ways to meditate while walking, sitting, laying, standing, cooking—the list could go on—because meditation is available to us while we’re doing basically anything, all the time. The trick to...
Vedic Astrology Forecast, Feb.15–Feb. 22

Vedic Astrology Forecast, Feb.15–Feb. 22

Thursday, Feb. 18 We are in the final days of an inauspicious yoga, (Kal Sarpa Yoga), wherein all of the planets are stationed between the lunar nodes, Rahu and Ketu. Rahu and Ketu have the tendency to disrupt the natural tendencies of the planets, bringing waves of...
Vedic Astrology Forecast, January 25–February 1

Vedic Astrology Forecast, January 25–February 1

Mercury In Dhanistha, Monday, Jan 25   What is Dhanitha? Well, it would be easier to say Aquarius, but that’s not the full story. Within the 30 degrees of each of the 12 zodiac signs, there are 2-3 constellations known as nakshatras, each encompassing 13 degrees...
Agni, Your Digestive Fire

Agni, Your Digestive Fire

Agni is known in Ayurveda as the internal digestive fire, as well as the deity of fire. The devotion to Agni is not nature-worship, but a recognition of the awe inspiring power that softens metal, evaporates water, and may bring life or death. Fire is known across the...