Dreams - what are they and what do they mean? These two questions have puzzled civilizations for thousands and thousands of years as people have tried to use dreams to their advantage.
The Achuar Indians in the Amazon share their dreams before sunrise as a map of the challenges to come. Practitioners of Ayurveda and Yoga in India interpret dreams on the basis of psychological and physical imbalances in the Doshas.
Dreams can be terrifying or wonderful, or oftentimes a mix of both. Dreams mean different things to different people. Some take them seriously as inner guidance, and some hope to use Yoga and meditation to quit having dreams entirely and instead enjoy complete peace while sleeping.
Like everything in our bodies and minds and the world around us, our dreams are influenced by the three Doshas. Each Dosha has unique characteristics of what they inject into our dreams.
Love - one word that can't fully encompass such a powerful emotion and action.
It is "invisible," like the air we breathe. Just like the breath, love is what keeps most of us going and even pushes us to our spiritual and mental limits. We all have done incredible things in the name of love. Most of us probably use this word fairly often in our daily lives.
You may live in a place where not many people know about Ayurveda. It's a common issue among practitioners. But to build a successful practice, a mind shift is necessary. Instead of trying to educate people on Ayurveda who may have no initial interest in alternative health, it's more effective to focus your practice on people who already have an interest in Ayurveda. That way you can serve your niche deeply, instead of trying to serve "everyone."
When you do this, your business can really start to thrive and referrals will start pouring in.