Anxiety, or Manovibhrama in Sanskrit, is a natural emotion that everyone experiences. It is normal to feel anxious before an exam, stage appearance or when making an important decision. Once the out-of-the-ordinary experience is over, it is also natural that any anxiety fades too. However, if you experience prolonged anxiety during routine situations like crossing a road, attending a social event or making minor daily decisions, and it negatively impacts your life you may have anxiety disorder.
As summer rolls around, the days grow longer and the temperatures rise, we naturally heat up as well. Some of us weather the heat better than others, but if you are naturally a fiery type, you are more prone to get overheated in both body and mind. Ayurveda is so wonderful because it reminds how to make choices so we can stay balanced and content. It tells us that like increases like and opposites balance. Sometimes it is the simplest of things that can have the greatest effect on our health and well-being. Here are some Ayurvedic tips on how to stay cool, calm and collected this summer.
Both Ayurveda and Yoga are profound sister sciences that are just as useful in our modern lives as they were thousands of years ago. They both have the same goal: to eliminate suffering. Together, Ayurveda and Yoga give us the tools we need to support self-healing and gain self-knowledge. By balancing the mind, body and consciousness, we become happy and content, which allows us to develop our highest potential in life.
Saraswata Arishtam, infused with gold and a myriad of powerful herbs, is said to have been specially formulated by Lord Dhanvantari. Our classical formulation is potent and balancing for all three Doshas. It strengthens immunity, memory and cognitive function, just to name a few of the benefits.
Spring is primetime for colds, coughs, congestion, hay fever and debilitating allergies. But following Ayurvedic principles when creating a set daily routine and choosing treatments and remedies can help us stay vibrant, healthy and congestion-free so we can enjoy all of the beauty and renewal that spring has to offer!
To begin your spring with vibrant health and delicious Ayurvedic food at the same time, here is a simple, cleansing soup recipe from Naomi Boas, one of our affiliated Ayurvedic practitioners.
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To stay balanced during this cool, damp season, favor the tastes pungent, bitter and astringent. Using spices in your daily cooking that are pungent, bitter or astringent will help to balance your body and mind. It will also increase metabolism, strengthen digestion and decrease allergy symptoms and excess mucus. Not to mention playing with spices in your cooking is fun and brings delicious smells to your kitchen and flavors to your food!