If you dive a little deeper into yoga philosophy you will find that there are four paths of yoga. Why so many? These four paths are the ways of yoga to suit the many temperaments in our human nature.
Having a yogic diet means I am always experimenting with food: an alternative to regular recipes to make and share. And this one is a hit!
Are you breathing properly? Fatigue, anxiety, depression, stress may all be causes of long term incorrect breathing. Although no one can survive without breathing, many people manage to live a significant portion of their lives without breathing properly!
Feeling low, lacking inspiration, insecure, fearful or perhaps angry, frustrated, agitated or unsettled? Looking for something to feel balanced, happy and peaceful?
Mantras are the most Powerful yet the Most Effective and Easy to Use Tools to tackle the mind and the emotions that Yoga can offer!
As yogis, we love Ghee! Learning how to make ghee is a must in the yogic and ayurvedic diet and lifestyle.
For example here at our centre, we use it in our cooking, on the skin, for healing, for our home panchakarmas (Ayurvedic detox) etc. We always make sure we don't run out and really enjoy making it ;)
As usual, making your own is always better than buying it already made. Check out our short video on 'How to Make Ghee'. It is so simple; full of tips and home made with love (both the Ghee and the Video :)). I added some more notes about ghee and the recipe for ghee, scroll down further.
Did you want to start meditating this year but never got around to it? Are you meditating but it just isn't working?