According to Ayurveda, health and well-being are related to the constant interaction of our bodies and minds with external factors. The external environment affects our internal environment. As the seasons and weather change, we must know how to adapt in order to maintain balance in digestion, sleep, immunity, energy, and overall health.
Did you notice that soon the season will change ! Soon fall will be here and it is time to prepare our body for the seasonal change. With the change in surroundings, we will see a chage in our bodies too. So its time to boost our immunity. Personally I like to boost prepare my body with this '6 Spice Turmeric Tea' good by itself or with a meal ! A wonderful tea packed with the goodness of Turmeric, Ginger, …a total of six Ayurvedic spices ! Try it and let us know.
Holistic science of Ayurveda teaches us that our health and welfare depends upon one main factor, and that is how strong our digestive system is. That means the ability to digest everything we take in from the environment. This includes not only tangible substances like our food and drink, but also our capabilities, emotions, and the imprints we take in via our sensory gateways. And this Digestive system depends on “Digestive fire. “
Life can be tough when living with persistent pain and aches. While there are no better means of getting treated than through professional help, for many of us the associated costs are too high or there’s simply not an effective enough treatment available to be prescribed.
Luckily, there are plenty of alternative forms of relief available that can help relieve individuals of an array of different muscular, dental, arthritic and cellular pains to name but a few. Let’s explore seven stand-out remedies that you may not have tried before:
In today’s always-on world, multi-tasking is the norm. When you’re doing a lot of things at the same time, it can feel like you’re accomplishing more. It’s even common to feel guilty and unproductive when you are only doing one thing at a time.
However, neuroscience tells us that it is actually impossible to pay attention to two things at once. When we think we are doing two things simultaneously (like watching TV and answering email), we are actually “task-switching”—switching back and forth rapidly between two or more tasks.
- I began practicing yoga 24 yrs ago and only dabbled with meditation until 2006, at which point I committed to a serious meditation practice.
- From the moment I did my 1st Downward Facing Dog in 1995. Yoga was truly my path to healing and recovering from trauma from the moment I began practicing.
Many common pain symptoms are a result of your body not getting all of the movement it requires to perform to your maximum ability. This is hard for most of us to hear. Accepting this places RESPONSIBILITY on THE SELF. We say things like, “I have bad knees,” or “That’s my bad foot,” or my favorite, “I’m just all messed up.” It is easy to think that your health is out of your control.
However, our health is not out of our control. This is the good news. As one of our great minds, Tim Ferriss says, “REALITY is NEGOTIABLE.”
A coaching client was worried about workplace changes that will soon leave him without a job. Loss of a job can trigger fear, or it can be an opportunity to reassess: Who am I now? What do I want now? What will bring me joy now?
Emotional intelligence, or EQ, is being hailed as a must-have for navigating both the corporate ladder and your most important relationships. Unlike traditional intelligence (IQ), which typically remains stable over a person’s lifespan, emotional intelligence is not fixed over time. In other words, EQ is something that can always be improved upon.
Nature moves in cycles within cycles, and as humans, we function better when we develop a dependable routine. To get back on track, try something simple and see what a profound difference it makes. Every choice can be mindful!