A 3-part podcast series developed with Mamta Landerman CAS. Listen to us chit-chat about physical, emotional and mental digestion through the lens of Ayurveda.
In the final episode, Mamta Landerman CAS and I discuss the role of the mind in the digestive process. Providing insight on how Ayurveda views the mind and the role the intellectual fire plays in supporting physical and emotional digestion.
In the second episode of this 3-part podcast series, Mamta and I talk about digestion on the emotional realm. Discussing the impact the subtle body has on the gross. Using the same terminology from the previous episode we show the relationship between the physical and the emotional bodies while providing a broader view on the understanding of digestion.
In the first episode of this 3-part podcast series, Mamta Landerman CAS and I talk about digestion as a continuous process that extends beyond the gut and into the seven tissues, through the lens of Ayurveda. Covering topics such as the digestive fire, indigestion, ama or toxins, eating habits, food choices, and how everyday kitchen spices can aid in supporting digestion within the physical body.
A complete, holistic, seasonal food list for the summer season, rooted in the wisdom of Ayurveda
Feeling a little slow, sluggish, heavy, or cloudy? Is getting out of bed a process that involves hitting the snooze button a few more times than usual? It’s completely normal. The past few months, we have been replenishing the earth and water elements with us—hibernating a bit more, basking in the indoors, and eating rich foods. Ahhh…the joys of Fall and Winter. Now, we are transitioning into Spring, the time for re-birth. During this time, earth and water predominate the air, bringing with it their heavy, wet, and cold qualities. In combination with all the earth and water energy we accumulated during the past season, we are now overflowing in it. What was nourishing us last season, is now weighing us down. Some of us, especially those with more kapha qualities, can feel like we are swimming in sludge. Trying to move through and beyond the heavy, moist, wet, cloudy, mucous-y substance. Like the seed attempting to sprout and pop-up through the soil, for a little sunshine. We too need to pop-up and utilize all the energy we acquired in the Fall and …
CCF Tea—cumin, coriander and fennel are the three key ingredients in this gentle, yet effective, detoxifying and rejuvenating classic Ayurvedic tea. Case studies shared by my teachers along with my own personal experiences have shown this tea to help with ailments that range from blood pressure imbalances, anxiety, PMS, bloating, hormonal fluctuations, and much more! I encourage you to try making and drinking this simple tea—three times a day for one month. Whether you have an imbalance or you just want to support your digestive system, you will feel a difference (and you may even lose some weight).