Idiot’s Guide to Ayurveda with Millennial Sahara Rose
I’ve talked to a bunch of millennials lately for the podcast about their wellness careers, and it’s great to see so many young women who are going into these professions. It makes me so happy! Having so many brilliant young women going into wellness really inspires me. Today’s guest is Sahara Rose, author of The Idiot’s Guide to Ayurveda. Isn’t that awesome? At just 26 years old, she’s aiming to connect with millennials and draw them deeper into all the benefits that come along with learning Ayurveda and getting in touch with their bodies.
I rap with Sahara Rose about:
- Getting millennials interested in Ayurveda
- How deadlines can increase flow, balance you, and work to your benefit
- The importance of interconnectivity and becoming attuned to our ecosystems, the seasons, what’s growing outdoors, and our desires
What you’ll get out of tuning in:
- Learn how Ayurvedic principles can be applied — in your own way — to your diet (and just about anything)
- See how we can trick ourselves into thinking we’re being healthful when we’re really eating an unbalanced diet — and how to get back in balance
- Discover how to cut through information overload to connect with other generations
- Body Thrive Book
- Get Your FREE Body Goals Session
- Jiyo App
- Eat Right for Your Mind-Body Type
- Sahara’s Website
- Sahara’s Facebook
- Sahara’s Podcast: The Difference Between Karma, Dharma, and Kriya and Why It Matters
- Sahara’s Podcast: How I Became My Highest Self and Wrote The Idiot’s Guide to Ayurveda
- Lucky Breaks + Hard Work to become an NYT Best Seller with Ayurvedic Author Katie Silcox
- Maya Tiwari on Dharma, Power, Writing Books, + Healing
- 5:50 — Sahara outlines the biggest takeaways and learnings from writing books and having to work up her pitta to get through deadlines. One thing that stuck with her was the beauty of having a deadline and how it pushed her to tap into creativity in unexpected ways.
- 9:15 — Sahara explains the health crisis that guided her to Ayurveda and why she initially resisted the idea before using Ayurvedic principles to tailor her diet to meet her needs.
- 16:00 — We’re mammals, and our bodies want to naturally attune to the seasons and the climate. It’s important to let them, because this helps us maintain connectivity with our environment and get into flow with ecosystem attunement.
- 18:30 — When people are living in a state of service and can understand why they were put on our planet — for specific reasons that only their souls can fulfill — they realize their true importance. They want to feel their best because they realize their purpose and see how their individual piece fits into the broader global puzzle. Getting in touch with this dharma is an important teaching for millennials — and everyone.
- 20:00 — Ayurveda is about interpreting and honoring each individual’s personal experience. When they understand why they naturally feel a certain way and have certain habits, they can see how following their natural rhythms encourages better health and a feeling of ease.
- “When you’re in flow, things start moving really fast.” –Sahara Rose
- “People are getting to that phase of understanding that deeper nutrition and habit alignment are so we can do more. They’re simply more empowered as human beings.” –Cate Stillman
- “Ayurveda is a perennial wisdom.” –Cate Stillman
- “I started practicing hot Yoga and just feeling so much more connected to my body than I ever had before.” –Sahara Rose
- “Really feeling that mind-body connection showed me that it’s so much more than just the physical.” –Sahara Rose
- “It’s really important for people to find their truth. That’s sort of the predecessor to anything else.” –Sahara Rose
- “Figure out who you are, and the rest will just come naturally.” –Sahara Rose
Sahara Rose is the best-selling author of The Idiot’s Guide to Ayurveda and has been called “a leading voice for the millennial generation into the new paradigm shift” by Deepak Chopra. She’s a 26-year-old Certified Ayurvedic, Holistic, and Sports Nutritionist; wellness blogger; and host of the Highest Self Podcast. Sahara’s mission is to awaken people to their innate potential so they can share their gifts and fulfill their purpose on this planet.