understanding Pitta Dosha

Kelly Driscoll Ayurveda & You, Pitta

Understanding Pitta in the World

Reading Time: 3 minutes Sweat pastes your shirt to your skin, you might snap any moment, can’t cool down, and are so dang hangry! Welcome to an overactive Pitta, which plagues many Americans and people around the world. There is a lot of Pitta in the World, caused by the stress of modern life. Understanding Pitta in the World Pitta, one of the doshas …

Gunny Sodhi Ayurveda & You, Lifestyle, Pitta, Recipes & DIY

Pitta Balancing Summer Smoothies

Reading Time: 2 minutes Summer is a time of beach trips, vacations, picnics, sundresses, longer, warmer days. According to Ayurveda, the seasons are connected to the doshas or the mind-body types. The hot summer months are considered “pitta season.” The pitta dosha is characterized by physical heat, a fast metabolism, and strong digestion. In order to balance the fierce, fieriness of the pitta dosha …

Gunny Sodhi Lifestyle, Seasonal Guides

Nature in Summer: Six Best Ways to Make the Most of Both

Reading Time: 3 minutes Summer is the season when nature is bursting with life and vigor and it makes for a great time to get outside and explore your environment. Regardless of your age, nature offers something for everyone – all you need is a curious mind and an eye for beauty. Here are six fun things to do to make the most of …

boost your mood

Kelly Driscoll Daily Routines, Lifestyle, Mood, Product Articles

Boost your Mood and Decrease your Stress with Reiki

Reading Time: 4 minutes It seems like almost every time I ask someone how their week was, I hear, “it’s been crazy”, “I’ve been so busy”, or “so much has been going on this week.” Unfortunately, in today’s world, many of us are stressed out.  The 2020 Gallup Global Emotions Report found that about a third of the people worldwide were stressed last year. …

spices

Natalia Lewallen Ayurveda & You, Daily Routines, Kapha, Lifestyle, Pitta, Vata

Spice Up Your Life! Adding Balance into your Food

Reading Time: 3 minutes Did you know that spices are incredibly healing? In Ayurveda, spices and herbs are viewed as medicine. Some of the benefits include stimulating the digestive fire, speeding up metabolism, and bringing a warming effect to the body which helps to break down food easier! Spices allow us endless opportunities to nurture our health from the inside out, enjoying all of …

Ayurveda and sleep

Natalia Lewallen Ayurveda & You, Lifestyle, Seasonal Guides

The Importance of Sleep

Reading Time: 4 minutes We all know how easy it is to stay up late – and how pervasive the (conditioned – let’s be honest here) urge to check our phones, or do *just* one more thing, or catch up on that next episode. The truth is, we are diurnal beings – we sleep when it’s dark! Biologically, evolutionary, that is what we were …

Ojas and amas

Natalia Lewallen Ayurveda & You, Digestion, Knowledge Center

Increase Your Vitality and Eliminate Toxins: Ojas and Amas

Reading Time: 3 minutes What makes you feel totally alive, radiate with feelings of pure joy, and feel total bliss? How incredible does it feel to have mental clarity, balanced emotions, and sustained energy throughout the day? Or maybe you easily deal with stress and disturbances, feeling an inner peace and calm? This article will teach you how to Increase your vitality and eliminate …

Ayurvedic foods to ease anxiety

Natalia Lewallen Ayurveda & You, Digestion, Doshas, Kapha, Pitta, Vata

Ayurvedic Foods to Ease Anxiety

Reading Time: 3 minutes They say “you are what you eat,” and this is especially true if you’re trying to live an Ayurvedic lifestyle. A key tenet of Ayurveda is the practice of using your diet to balance the energy within your body. While you should consult a professional to understand your personal dosha and needs, we’ve identified some Ayurvedic foods to ease anxiety. …

Gunny Sodhi Ayurveda & You, Daily Routines, Lifestyle

How to Transform Your Life Through Gratitude

Reading Time: 6 minutes The power of gratitude can transform lives for example Ellen Newhouse’s childhood was shaped by a charming yet abusive father, and a mentally ill mother who not only didn’t stick up for her, but told her she didn’t love her. Phil Greenblatt was immobilized for three years with Guillain-Barre Syndrome, and emotionally scarred by a subsequent traumatic divorce. Lisa Files survived …

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