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Thursday October 30th 2014
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Ayurveda and Karma

By Candice Beaumont, Student Block 2 Counselor The 4 Ayurs and interpretation of disease and disaster according to Ayurveda Ayu is defined as life. Someone living a Hit-Ayu life has found peace within oneself as well as their environment. A person living an A-hit-Ayu life tends to be self-absorbed not in harmony with themselves nor [...]

Ayurveda and Paleo Diet-a Blog by SDCOA Student

By Jenny Griffith   There are so many different kinds of diets in the world! Which one to chose? Well I believe that choosing the one that makes you happy and healthy is best. Each being finds thier own choice of diet and it is up to them to find what works. Today I’ll be talking about the difference between the Paleo diet and an [...]

Ayurvedic Myplate

Ayurvedic Myplate

Ayurvedic MyPlate As part of the Ayurvedic Myplate assignments- some of the Ayurvedic Myplates that were submitted Batch21-JG AyurvedicMyplateforPitta_Batch21-JennyGriffith

Ayurveda and Yoga

By Jenna Lee (Block 1) Ayurveda and Yoga are sister sciences that have grown and molded together for thousands of years. Generally speaking, Ayurveda deals more with the health of the body: it offers a system of healing, purification and rejuvenation. While Yoga deals with purifying the mind and consciousness: it provides techniques [...]

Dried Raisin Ayurvedic Chutney by James Boyd

Dried Raisin Ayurvedic Chutney by James Boyd

By James Boyd, Block 1 Student This is an original recipe made by me : ) I was out in the garden wondering what I would use in this and winged it. Of course with thought to our household Doshas, I was going for something that would help us with the melting Kapha this time of the year. I bet fresh grapes would be wonderful in this. Personally [...]

Ayurveda and UTI

Recently, one of our students asked me about UTI. (Urinary Tract Infection, an infection of Urinary Tract) during our session on mutravaha srotas. (Ayurveda considers the urinary channels as mutravaha srotas) According to Wikipedia, When it affects the lower urinary tract it is known as a simple cystitis (a bladder infection) and when it [...]

Prenatal Yoga for Round Ligament Pain

Prenatal Yoga for Round Ligament Pain

The function of the round ligament is maintenance of the of the uterus during pregnancy. As the uterus grows in size to support the baby, it causes pressure and tightening the structure of the round ligament, mak- ing this usual vertical position ligament to move backwards. This may cause pain in lower back or groin or side --depending on whether [...]

Ayurveda and Wellness Lifestyle

Ayurveda and Wellness Lifestyle

Ayurveda is a systematic study of life based on one's consciousness, mind, and physical balance. When we live in harmony to our Nature and with respect to the Nature around us, then we are attuned to our Higher Self -- the larger order of things which has a plan that evolves perfectly. The key is to attune our individuality to this state of [...]

Ayurvedic versus Western Nutrition

Ayurvedic versus Western Nutrition

WESTERN VERSUS AYURVEDIC NUTRITION Dietary management in western nutrition follows the US food guidelines, set forth by the FDA. Nutritionists help clients these guidelines to maintain healthy eating. The diet consists of various portions from different food groups. The good groups include “protein, grains, vegetables, fruits and dairy. [...]

Ayurvedic Nutrition

Ayurvedic Nutrition

Leah Jones Student SDCOA 500 HR Course As I meditate on the many differences between Western Nutrition and Ayurvedic nutrition, I am overwhelmed at the numbers. The difference that is impacting me the most right now is the difference in living and lifeless food. In western nutrition the focus on calories and nutrients relies on over processed [...]

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