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The Doshas: How to Live with Nature's Laws
The entire world can be a medicine cabinet. The doshas are the labels telling us which bottle to grab.
Use this book to learn both your prakriti and vikriti. You'll understand both your born in doshas that never change as well as your current state of doshic imbalance.
You be able to ask yourself questions like:
-which doshas do I have in abundance
-What doshas are weak?
-What signs is my body giving me?
-How do I correct dosha imbalances?
The doshas provide vital insight into your own personal health. Even more, they will show you how you are a part of a larger whole.
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What's My Dosha?
Painful periods, PMS, and heavy flows- Ayurveda has solutions for everything!
What is the subtle body and what does it have to do with how I’m feeling? Get clear on prana, maya, transendental reality, kundalini, shakti, and more.
The Vedic worldview, or understanding the thinking in the time these wisdom texts were recorded, is really important to the connection between yoga and Ayurveda. First, we need to understand what yoga is. Most of us these days think of Yoga as yoga asana, the movement classes we mostly practice here in the states. These classes are great, and beneficial in a million different ways- but to really understand the Vedic worldview of yoga and her sister Ayurveda, let’s drop that movement class definition of yoga.
Ayurveda goes a lot deeper than just the 3 doshas. Rasa Dhatu, one of 7 tissue layers, is deeply connected to good skin.