Ayurveda recommends to adapt diet and lifestyle at each season, to help keep the body in balance. In summer, increasing hot, dry, rough, subtle and mobile qualities must be balanced with cool, moist, unctuous, gross and stable qualities.
Sanskrit before meal prayers to give thanks to food, mother earth, our digestive power and the cook by Gaiea Sanskrit.
Dharma (virtue, right way of living) is one the main Purushartha (Purpose of Life) together with Artha (wealth) and Sukha (happiness) as exposed in Ayurveda’s Astanga Hrdayam Ch1, Su 1.2.
Sharing some relaxing music for the mind, ideal before bedtime to prevent insomnia.
Is Ayurvedic medicine relevant today ? Although born more than 5,000 years ago in what is today known as India, Ayurveda travelled – particularly during its apogée around 500 BC – throughout the world and inspired many of the traditional medicinal systems such as the Persian, Chinese, Tibetan and Greeks. Its principles were understood by […]
According to Ayurveda all disorders start with an imbalance of Agni (our digestive power). So keeping Agni balanced is the best way to stay healthy and disease free.
Which foods are heating and which are cooling according to Ayurveda ?
According to the Astanga Hrdayan the qualities of pitta dosha are :
An absolute delightful meditative and relaxing music that we love to use to calm the mind.
Meditation de Christophe André pour apprendre à gérer les emotions douloureuses.