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Parkinson’s, Ayurveda, + Dharma with Disease in Young Adult with Tatiana Wolfe

On today’s show, I talk with Tatiana Wolfe, who has been in my Awake Living course both times the course has run. She has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s at 30. In this episode, you will learn more about Parkinson’s from an Ayurvedic perspective and from the lived experience of someone who knows about Ayurveda and has a solid meditation and yoga practice.I’ll also let you know in this episode about some free Ayurveda training that is geared towards helping you use the language of Ayurveda more readily in your internal...

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Soup with Cate Stillman

I am going to talk with you guys today about soup.Yup. Soup.Because here in the northern hemisphere, many of you are heading into the holiday season, and people tend to overeat. People tend to eat too heavy and too late. In order to live in rhythm with the daily cycle winter we need a lot of hydration, and the hydration needs to be warm. Warm and liquid in the winter is much more energy efficient. With soup, you have an ideal medium for delivering nutrition to balance out the cold,...

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The Metabolic Efficiency of Radiant Longevity

Does agni ruling your roots? Answer the 5 questions below. Awhile back before I got distracted with juicing thistle and rose hips, breaking glass ceilings, with poop holes and p!e holes I was writing to you about physiological efficiencies.  Let’s pick up on that conversation.  The theme? Invest your attention in the increasing efficiencies of your body.  The more I self-study (svadyaya) my body the more attuned I become to the efficiencies. Efficiency of action, efficiencies of thought, efficiencies of digestion, efficiencies of meditation or spiritual-mental-physical alignment, efficiencies of yoga. There is a conversation out there...

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10 Tips For Intermittent Fasting with Ayurvedic Wisdom

I just in yet another Ayurveda book that fasting is dangerous. I couldn’t disagree more. The power of aligning to an optimized digestive fire involves some serious fasting. I love intermittent fasting - the 16/8 leangains.com method -where you fast for 16 hours per 24 hour cycle and have 8 hours of feed time. In today’s episode, I give you my 10 best tips in hopes of inspiring you to stop eating so frequently. I want you to experience the joys of deep fat metabolism. And if you want support in...

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The Great Ama Divide

You hear a lot about the great income divide, or Economic Divide — meaning economic inequality. (Here’s an image and link to show you how it’s going down in the U.S.) But what about The Great Ama Divide? I don’t hear about that.But I see The Great Ama Divide everywhere. I’m not looking for it. I just see it. The yogis and vaidyas of the world see it too. I made a short video on what I’m talking about.[embed width="500" height="400"]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g5ssTjLXUxk[/embed]My guess is that the numbers are pretty similar to those of...

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[Learn Ayurveda] Enhance your Digestion

As promised, I'm kicking off our [Learn Ayurveda] series for February to help us absorb the core techings. I'll also share my most recent "aha's" and personal breakthroughs in the hopes of inspiring you. When I first started blogging on Ayurveda, not much was out there on the web. Now, a ton of information is out there. In that light I'll write in my own voice, with my own stories and perspective. If you like, hit reply and let me know what lands.Without further ado...

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Type 2 Diabetes, Ayurveda, Digestion, Millennials with Dr. Michele Colon

Today’s show will inspire you to eat phat balls, rub your feet with spices, and educate your community about preventing diabetes. I promise. Dr. Michele Colon, a podiatrist specializing in diabetes patients, I met as she was deciding to join us in Yoga Health Coaching. Over the past year I’ve learned of the barriers to lifestyle care for the typical diabetes patient - and the consequences of not getting lifestyle coaching.As an amputator, Dr. Michele Colon tells why she has turned her attention to prevention with the Millennials and Gen...

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