prana Tag

 In Ayurveda, understanding a diagnosis and finding a treatment requires you to understand the root cause of the issue. What created your current disease and how can you start to heal your body, mind, and spirit? Cate founded Yogahealer 20 years ago, through the process she has helped many people tackle their health problems. Ayurveda demands you to ask the right questions and answer them with honesty. Only then can you start experimenting with your health and understanding what works for you. Listen to the podcast to learn more about how you...

You may have heard that meditation will help your relationship. Meditation makes you more present, more aware, more curious, more efficient, more available, more resilient, more skillfully communicative, flexible in how you show up and respond, more empathic (aka “nicer to hang with), smarter, more intuitive, less afraid, and more ethical. (For research see here.) Obviously, any one of those side benefits to meditation would drastically improve your relationship with yourself first, and with your partner second. But, know that when you become a meditator, all of these side benefits will...

If you’re a breathing human in 2016 you’ve heard the reel that you can make a million online. And this is true. I know from personal experience. It’s just that it’s a little complicated. Were here to have this conversation. What can online do for you? What can offline do for you? Let’s find out These are the meaty question I discuss with my sister wellness career coaches, Rachel Cook and Amanda Cook. Why you want to tune in: Decipher the benefits of being online for YOU Decipher the most streamlines, least complicated approach...

I asked my Yogidetox community for personal yogidetox stories. The stories from my detoxers split open my heart. At the helm of this big ship I can't know each person's unique process. I often think I don't need to guide the Yogidetox anymore - our culture has evolved to making this commonplace enough. Yet these stories invigorate my personal detox inspiration. I've taught this course twice a year since 2002. Each course as it's own flavor. And it's own specific evolutionary Ayurvedic teaching. This years it's about conversations with Agni, with...

What is your Maha Vaha Srota? And why should you care? I assume you like me grew up in the West, and with a Western perspective of the body as machine. The Eastern perspective is really different. Eastern systems see the body as a series of channels that carry consciousness. I know - what a concept. Some of the channels are subtle, like the mind channels and the prana channels. Some of the channels are gross...

During last year's Raw Food Solstice Fest I learned about sweet cicely during our wild plant walk near my house. I'd been eating a lot of dandelion, thistle and nettle, and the SWEET taste of Cicely made me an instant fan. Green and sweet? Sweet. ...

This much has become clear: Either you’re lining up or you're not. Two steps forward, one step back is still  lining up in my book. Nature can't not nourish you. (Thank you Douglas Brooks for introducing me to the power of double negation.) The more I start eating out of the woods the more food I notice. When you start to eat the plants in your woods, fields, prairies, and swamps, the landscape becomes the tissues of your body. Your body will literally pull you back to those places when those plants are ripe for harvest....

Unsurprisingly enough, as a culture, we don't fundamentally change what we eat with the seasons. And I'm not just talking about shifting your latte to one with pumpkin pie spice. Of course, the past 40 years is the first epoch in our history  that we nailed how to supersede Nature. And obviously, superseding Nature rocks...

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