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Yogic Psychology and the Effects of Meditation
Meditation has become almost a special “science” and “technique” in itself today, but few realize what actual benefits they are having. Many talk about states of consciousness, however, traditionally...
- February 16, 2015
Tea for your Psychic Bugs: A Slippery Elm Prebiotic Tea Formula
Reprinted with permission from Dr. John Douillard, DC © February 12, 2015 The relationship between the microbes in the gut and one’s mental and emotional state of mind is...
- February 15, 2015
Balance Your Life with Alternate Nostril Breathing
In our hectic and busy lives, often the last thing we think of is getting back to balance using your breath. Most of us start our day off with...
- February 13, 2015
The Skin: Our Second Digestive System
Between 40-60% of what we put on our skin is absorbed directly into the body. Unlike the digestive system, however, the skin does not have the same lines of...
- February 11, 2015
Nature’s Fudge: Dates Filled with Almond Butter
Both dates and almonds are natural ways to build ojas, immunity, and strength in the body. This naturally sweet fudge, dessert, and snack will satisfy your appetite and your...
- February 9, 2015
Trust Your Heart: Ayurvedic Wisdom to Cultivate Heartfelt Energy
All healing traditions recognize the crucial role of the heart in sustaining life and energizing the body. We cannot survive long without a properly functioning heart. Cardiovascular health is...
- February 8, 2015
Parasites: An Ayurvedic Perspective
I have to say, since moving to Northern NSW a few years ago, I have seen more people in clinic with complications due to intestinal parasites than I saw...
- February 6, 2015
Re-Grow Your Brain Cells
Reprinted with permission from Dr. John Douillard, DC © February 3, 2015 Perhaps one of the most exciting fields of research today is called the “gut-brain axis.” While it...
- February 4, 2015
Ayurveda School Review: San Diego College of Ayurveda
School Name San Diego College of Ayurveda Location San Diego, California Programs Ayurveda Foundation – 150 Hours Ayurveda Counselor – 600 Hours Ayurveda Practitioner – 1100 Hours Jacquelyn Richard’s...
- February 2, 2015
9 Potential Benefits of Marma Chikitsa
Although Marma Chikitsa is as ancient a healing therapy as acupuncture, and even older; it’s far more rare to encounter it today. Because of its “spiritual” component it differs...
- February 1, 2015