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Ayurvedic Dosha types

Ever wondered what your doshic type is? Start exploring the doshic journey here ...
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Signs and symptoms that you may becoming out of balance, learn to realise them before it happens...
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Common mistakes we are making ...
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How to deal with stress

We all have to deal with certain stresses in our lives, but how is the best way to deal with this?
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Asthma (swasa roga)

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  • The Ayurvedic Practice
    Sep 19, 2017
  • Lara Sinha
    Sep 18, 2017

    This is a fact for sure, that we need to become more efficient at managing our stress levels. For some it is as easy as doing some gardening, for others it may be enrolling on an idyllic yoga retreat in Spain or in the mountains. However, we do it, it is extremely important that we do. We have to look after our minds to look after our bodies, ultimately in Ayurveda, mental health is considered more important than physical health, why is this? Because mental health will eventually affect physical health. We overwork our minds and our bodies.....
  • Lara Sinha
    Sep 18, 2017

    It is a very hard thing to do, to stay in the balance. Iit is very easy to become out of balance if we are not careful. The doshic baraometers are a fine line, and inbalance can begin from something as simple as an unhealthy craving, or in fact, any crime against wisdom (prajna paradha), an inbalance left untreated may lead to a disorder, how does this actually manifest in the body/mind? Ultimately an inbalance will create toxins (ama) in the system which will lead tend to settle in weak areas around the body and cause problems, thus leading to disease (dis -ease : meaning the body is not at ease). How can we avoid this happening to us and so to lead a healthy long life full of vitality ?

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