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  • Beauty - The Forgotten Wisdom

    Beauty – The Forgotten Wisdom

    What is real beauty? If you don’t know the true source of beauty – authentic beauty, then you will constantly chase after an ideal that can never be satisfied or attained. Real beauty has been buried, entombed, confused and forgotten in our modern day climate. Excessive glamour, razzle-dazzle and airbrushing have led to serious misinterpretations […]

  • Radiant Skin

    Secrets to Radiant Skin

    Did you know your skin gives a true reflection of your total health and well-being? Skin is the matrix and fabric of the human body, which acts as a barometer for an individual’s health. When you are happy and healthy, when you feel good about yourself — that feeling shows on your outer body, and […]

  • Discover Ayurveda

    Ayurveda is the oldest surviving complete medical system in the world. Derived from its ancient Sanskrit roots – ‘ayus‘ (life) and ‘ved‘ (knowledge) – and offering a rich, comprehensive outlook to a healthy life, its origins go back nearly 5000 years. To when it was expounded and practiced by the same spiritual rishis, who laid […]

  • Vedic Medical Astrology

    Vedic Medical Astrology is a branch of Vedic Astrology (Jyotish). The Ayur-Jyoti technique uses a Vedic horoscope, which is drawn by the Vedic Medical Astrologer, based on exact time, place, & date of birth of the concerned person. The horoscope is a blueprint of the whole being, reflecting the complex interaction of body, mind and […]

  • Ayurveda: The “Cultivated Soil” for ” Seeding” New Age Lifestyles 

    In the United States there has been an uprising in awareness about healthy living, eating and lifestyles. An interesting phenomenon has been observed by those who have studied the scriptures of the Vedas, and who have intimate understanding about the Ayurvedic way of life. This understanding – is that the majority of valid and effective approaches to diet, routine, […]

  • Top 10 Ancient Secrets for a Lively Digestive Fire

    Avoid eating in between meals (no snacking; let your huger—and fire—build) Sip warm fluids (avoid cold and carbonated drinks; drinking just hot water throughout the day will stoke your digestive fire, improve digestion, and help prevent the accumulation of ama) Sit down to eat, chew well, and avoid passive entertainment while you eat (no TV, […]

  • 5 Ayurvedic Steps to A Healthier Weight Loss

    Perhaps nothing could be more frustrating and painful than experiencing an ongoing struggle with weight and overall wellness. If you’re one of these individuals, then chances are you’re desperate for results and have probably tried the latest weight loss trends with disappointing, and often disheartening, results. You’ve cut calories, gone gluten-free, lowered your carbs, tried […]

  • Seven Important Spices, Ten Important Herbs

    Cumin (Cuminum cyminum) | Related dhatu – rasa Action – diuretic, carminative, stimulant, astringent, antispasmodic. Uses – valuable in dyspepsia, diarrhea, hoarseness, flatulence and colic. Effect on dosha – V hP hK iEnergetics – pungent/hot/pungent   Coriander (Coriandrum sativum) | Related dhatu – mamsa Action – carminative, digestive stimulating, tonic. Uses – headache and swelling; […]

  • Vitality through Ayurveda

    Om Saha Nau- Avatu  | Om Saha Nau Bhunaktu | Saha Viryam Karava Vahaai | Tejasvi Nau-Adhitam- Astu Maa Vidvissavahai | Om Shanti Shanti Shantih ||….. Upanishads ‘Let us be together, Let us eat together, Let us be vital together, Let us be radiating truth, radiating the light of life. Never shall we denounce anyone, […]

  • Pranayama- The Art & Science of Vedic breathing exercise

    “When the breath wanders, Mind wanders, when the breath is steady Mind is steady”  HathaYoga Pradeepika Pranayama, a consciousness-based practice of controlling and regulating the breath, lies at the heart of yoga. It has a mysterious power to soothe and revitalize a tired body, a flagging spirit, or a wavering mind. The ancient sages taught […]

  • Agni-The Fire in the Belly

    The ancient science of Ayurveda describes digestion as a sacred fire. Personified in by the Indian tradition as the god Agni Deva, the digestive fire in the belly consumes our food and transmutes it into the elements of the body, mind and spirit. When we feel hungry, this is a sign that the digestive fire […]