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Guide To A Beginner’s Meditation Practice

Imagine living with less fear, regrets, anxiety, jealousy, greed, and anger. Imagine instead living with more compassion, self-acceptance, understanding, selflessness, and peace. Does it sound like a dream? Does it sound like an impossibility that sounds great in theory, but can never become a reality?  I am here to tell you that it is absolutely possible. In fact, many people now, in the past, and in the future, have lived and will live this way. All of our problems start in the mind. We cannot always control what happens to us. We know that all too well from our life experiences. Over the years we all create default settings in ourselves. So, when our ego feels attacked or we feel judged, our go-to responses are defensiveness and self-protection. You can change your default settings to something else, something more nourishing and evolving. How? Meditation.

Fresh Peeled Turmeric

Turmeric: Bitter Sweet Love

TURMERIC. I know its good for me, but I still resist. Even with its long list of benefits. You know the ones I’m talk about—anti-cancer, inflammatory, the anti-everything spice. All the cool kids are talking about it now. Turmeric is the amazing spice we need to embrace. And we do! Ancient Vedic text dating at least 5000 years ago spoke highly of this golden spice. Turmeric is golden. Yay! No, seriously, yay yay yay!

Fresh Ginger

A Cup of Ginger Tea a Day Will Keep the Doctor Away

  As the weather begins to transition from winter to spring, cold to warmer, wet to wetter, maintaining a healthy balance can be challenging. The unpredictable changes in temperature are common during the Kapha season resulting in a cold, the flu or just feeling sluggish. There are many things we can do to help us during this time like increase our vitamin C intake, take shots of echinacea, oregano oil, and many more.