Kitchari is a popular meal in Ayurveda. It is a mixture of lentils and grains that are cooked down to a consistency that is easy to digest. Because of this, it is ideal to eat during a cleanse and is also recommended as a baby’s first meal. While it is typically considered to be balancing for all dosha’s, this recipe is specifically great for reducing Vata.
It’s week two of the Ayurveda by the moon fall series and today I want to share with you some helpful tips on how to balance out Vata during the fall season.
Vata season can bring up or amplify many imbalances in one’s body, especially if your constitution already consists of a dominance of Vata Dosha. Here's what you to expect during Vata season.
It's Fall! I’ve put together a 6 week series in honor of this special time. We will cover everything from what to expect during Vata season, fall cleanse tips, a delicious kitchari recipe and much more!
What I’ve come to learn over the years is that having faith in the ability to manifest dreams into reality is not always an easy task. Sometimes faith can be scary and taking that leap can feel like jumping out of a plane without a parachute. The thing is, a lot of times, it is a great idea, we just can’t see the benefit of it until we do it.
It's important to know the difference between intuition based and emotion based choices. this article will lay it out for you and give you some tools on how to tap into intuition.
As women, we have huge roles in the world. There are three energies that refer to these roles. This would be the energy of Maiden, Mother, and Crone. It's important to know what these energies look like in our day to day lives, and how to handle when they fall out of balance.
Letting go has many energetic and physical benefits. It is also a huge element in manifestation. When we are holding on to things energetically, it can manifest in the physical body. Self study can help us find the solutions to what we are holding on to and what we need to let go of to find out alignment to our truth.
what does radical self-care look like? I decided to look at Patanjali’s 8 limbs of yoga to put into perspective how I practice yoga as radical self-care and what that looks like for me.
When we bite off more than we can chew, it can be hard to make things stick. I am learning this lesson in many parts of my life.I started to take a look at what I have created up to this point through taking small steps. I was inspired to share my experience and cultivate some tips that may help you in your own journey as you gradually work towards implementing Ayurveda into your lifestyle.