Tuesday, May 28, 2024


post-Living a Wholesome Life the Ayurveda WayLiving a Wholesome Life the Ayurveda Way

Our everyday actions, speech and thought affect our well-being says Ayurveda practitioner and psychiatrist, DR ANITA DUGGAL How we behave affects our health and wellbeing as does our diet, lifestyle, environment and seasonal changes. We also know that mental stress, positive...

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post-How to Stay Healthy in Body, Mind and SpiritHow to Stay Healthy in Body, Mind and Spirit

Health according to Ayurveda, is a state of balance of the functional humours (doshas) and the tissues of the body, as well as a state of wellbeing of the sense organs, mind and spirit, says Ayurveda practitioner and psychiatrist, DR...

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post-Be Sattvic in Food and ThoughtBe Sattvic in Food and Thought

It is up to us to eat the right food and attune our senses to the right influences; in other words, we are what we eat and become what we sense we are, says Ayurveda practitioner and psychiatrist, DR ANITA...

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post-Sleep Like A BabySleep Like A Baby

Those with great faith, who are able to accept whatever comes and whatever goes and surrender everything into the hands of God, are usually able to sleep peacefully, like babies in the lap of the Mother, says DR ANITA DUGGAL...

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post-Patience: Pathway to PeacePatience: Pathway to Peace

Patience shows us the way to peace and boundless joy, says DR ANITA DUGGAL Patience (dhairya) is a rare virtue. It is now becoming rarer, as the virtue is being rapidly lost in our modern world. We live in a...

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post-How To Overcome AngerHow To Overcome Anger

Anger (krodh), is one of the six deadly enemies which lurks in the shadows of the mind, awaiting an opportune moment to spring up and raise its ugly head from the dark waters. It is a fearsome beast that can...

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