Do you experience symptoms such as gas, bloating, belching, or heartburn after eating? Do you experience occasional constipation, diarrhea or upset stomach? For many of us, we have taken these symptoms to be ordinary, regular side effects of eating.
Ayurveda works with the three constitutions or doshas: Vata, Pitta & Kapha. Did you know that the doshas not only make up our being but they are responsible for the cyclical, seasonal rhythms of nature?
According to ancient vedic sciences, mantra is a powerful healing practice. “While mantras ground meditative practice and the many paths to liberation, they are also applied for magical power, alchemical transformation, and medicinal purposes, and for prosperity in various phases of life.
I was in 32 different states or countries last year. Was it a tiring year? Yes. Was it a fun year? Most definitely. Reflecting upon that year of travel, I thought it might be useful to share some insights, especially from a yogi’s perspective.
This equinox is heralding spring! In such a day, the pole axes of the Earth and the Sun are parallel and day and night in our planet are equal in length. Both hemispheres North and South of the Earth are getting the same amount of sunlight.
In Ayurveda, the three doshas of Vata, Pitta and Kapha are more than just classifications to describe our constitutions. The ancient rishis who developed the knowledge of Ayurveda, understood that the doshas are present in many aspects of life.