Maya Tiwari on Dharma, Power, Writing Books, + Healing
One day a podcast guest form from Maya Tiwari appeared in my inbox. On cue, I jumped up and threw a happy dance, which for me has a lot of butt and wild arms. I’d tried to get Maya Tiwari in the Ayurveda Summit a half a year before, but a death in India kept her away.
At long last, we sat down for a conversation. I had no idea what to expect. On the call we connected deeply and quickly – a sign of a true guru. After 30 minutes of recording I felt I had not just a teacher but also a friend in Maya Tiwari. What a beautiful, evolved human.
- What Maya learned from writing: Ayurveda – A life of Balance
- What evolved in the world of Ayurveda for you then to be able to write: Women’s Power to Heal
- How books have come to Maya
What you’ll get out of tuning in
- When to retreat + take time for healing
- The rites of passage of birthing something new
- Living a life of devotion and service
- About Maya Tiwari younger years
- Ayurveda – A life of Balance
- Women’s Power to Heal
- Maya’s home online
- Kate Donnelly’s book for Maha Quinoa Recipe: The Everyday Ayurveda Cookbook: A Seasonal Guide to Eating and Living Well
Tiwari is also founder of the the Mother Om Mission (MOM), a charitable organization in at-risk communities in New York that transforms disease and despair into wellness and joy. She has personally helped thousands of women to heal from devastating disorders. Through her global work at Living Ahimsa, participants are taught to spread practices that promote peace and create inner harmony. Maya is a regular Featured Speaker at the Parliament of the World Religions and other Interfaith conferences worldwide. A best-selling author, Tiwari is also the recipient of AAPNA’s Rishi Award for her outstanding work in Ayurvedic medicine.