Our mental language can be the biggest trap for us when we combine it with emotions. Emotions make things right or wrong, doable or undoable, wanted or unwanted. Let’s discover the way out of this trap! … More How Language Traps!
Image by OpenClipart-Vectors from Pixabay I remember my grandfather peacefully sitting on the ground, sprinkling a few drops of water around his plate and reciting a Sanskrit prayer every time before he started eating. It is now a prevalent culture to have an orientation session before any kind of educational course. Orientation can induce a … More Mindful Eating
Varsha or rainy season is the time when the digestive fire needs extra protection. Here is what Ayurveda recommends for the rainy season. … More Varsha Ritucharya
Our lives are normally compartmentalized into separate slots for doing different things. For example, there are slots for work, entertainment, daily chores etc. and therefore most of the spiritually inclined people or the ones looking for peace in life have another slot – a slot for meditation. This book is meant for everyone, but people … More Mindfulness: Be here!
Vomiting, esp, when caused due to motion sickness can be a distressing experience. Here are few Ayurvedic home remedies and treatment approaches for all kinds of vomiting problems! … More How to control vomiting with Ayurvedic home remedies
Have you lost your natural hunger? Ayurveda, the ancient medicine, explains the phenomenon of anorexia (aruchi) and the approach towards a permanent relief! … More Have you lost your hunger? Understanding Anorexia(aruchi) through Ayurveda
Migraine is a severe disorder without a permanent cure according to modern science. The exact mechanism of a migraine is unclear. However, it is co-related with abnormal brain activity. Migraine attacks may be triggered by any of the following: Hormone disturbances Irregular sleep patterns Alcoholism Exercise or other physical stress Loud noises or bright lights … More Migraine in Ayurveda
Rock salt is called Saindhava lavana in Sanskrit. It is another name for Himalayan pink salt. The name “saindhav” is derived from the sanskrit name of the river Indus – Sindhu. Therefore the salt that is found in the Indus region was called saindhav lavana. It is also called pink salt as the salt crystals … More Rock Salt in Ayurveda
Daily Ayurvedic water detox, Ushapaan is one of the important constituents of Dinacharya! … More Ushapaan : Daily Ayurvedic Water Detox for beginners
Moong dal or green gram is the second most important food that should be consumed daily according to Charak samhita. There are normally 5 most popular pulses used in cooking – Moong dal(green gram), masur dal(red lentils), tur dal (pigeon pea), channa dal(chickpea) and urad dal(black gram). Ayurvedic features of Moong dal – kashaya(astringent) and … More Moong : Best in Dals (Pulses)