Primitive cells figured out that if they joined forces and became communities, they had a better chance of survival. Survival depended on the ability to be aware of and adjust to an ever-changing world. Awareness of the outside world came from the cell membrane: the skin of the cell that is constantly interacting with the […]
Most Americans have turned their clocks back every fall and ahead every spring since 1966 with little pushback . . . until recently. Mounting evidence suggests that changing clocks to accommodate daylight savings time is linked to increased accidents and health concerns.
If matter is derived from consciousness (as scientists Max Planck and Eugene Wigner describe), then let’s look how Vedic science describes this process using the concept of knower, known, and process of knowing.
As many of you know, it is getting more and more difficult to get a consultation with me, and I know that frustrates many of you – including myself. Since 2007, I have been mentoring Tauna Houghton to offer Ayurvedic Lifestyle Consultations. Tauna received her formal Ayurvedic training in India and has an amazing amount […]
In a study published on February 12, 2007, in the Archives of Internal Medicine, researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health and the University of Athens Medical School reported that Greek people who took regular siestas were 37% less likely to die of heart disease than those who never indulged in a midday slumber. […]
As we approach the holidays we may already be experiencing a breakdown in our routine. Whether it’s the irresistible snack food at the office, or the already fast pace of life getting even faster, our routine is under attack. As you may know, I am not a fan of snacking and yet – ˜tis the […]
By Dr. Light Miller Originally published in LA Yoga Ayurveda and Health Ayurveda has been practiced in the U.S. for only about 30 years, yet it is one of the systems of medicine native to India and is thousands of years old. Q: I run daily in training for the upcoming L.A. Marathon and have […]
Edited by Daniel Mazori Originally published in Natural Health Magazine An Integrative Psychiatrist Says: Anxiety is a physiological response to fear that feels especially intense for people with low self-esteem or perfectionist personalities. Treatment: I see anxiety as the springboard to finding inner calm. In a session, I talk with patients to discover the root […]
By Kathleen Finn Originally published in Delicious Magazine John Douillard, DC, helps athletes attain peak performance. At his LifeSpa in Boulder, Colo., he teams up Ayurveda and exercise to tailor programs based on individual mind-body types. John Douillard wants to get the word out that exercise can be fun. He’s not selling a fitness video […]