The path toward a content, fulfilled and spiritual life is signposted in Ayurveda by the purusharthas, or fours aims or goals of life. These are: kama (pleasure), artha (wealth), dharma (duty), and moksha (liberation). Learn more…
Our fear, anger, grief, and more can often remain undigested and moved to storage in our fat and muscle cells. When we become stressed and catapulted into a fight or flight response, these stored molecules of emotion are released, prompting all sorts of unrelated and complicated reactions to that single stressful event. Learn how to detox your emotions.
Ayurvedic psychology sets the foundation for healthy aging. Learn more about the purusharthas, koshas, and the path toward contentment in your sunset years.
More than 60% of Americans believe that prayer can heal. Here, we look into the research behind how and why this may be true.
As we age, our melatonin levels can drop, interfering with sleep and general health and wellness. But smart supplementation, with the right dose, can help you connect to natural circadian rhythms, immunity, and healthier aging.
How are Ayurveda, meditation, quantum physics, and the placebo effect all related?
Join us for a podcast with Sharon Moore, the author of Sleep-Wrecked Kids and the founder of Well Spoken—a speech pathology and orofacial myofunctional clinic in Canberra, Australia. In this podcast, you’ll learn how sleep affects a child’s physical, mental, social, and emotional development, and what you can do to help your kids get better sleep.
‘Tis the season for New Year’s resolutions, and the science is in on how simple acts of ceremony and routine—even a quiet “thank you” before meals—can make everything more meaningful. Here, how to incorporate ritual into your 2021 self-care schedule.
Learning how to comfortably hold your breath after you exhale may be the best anti-aging practice yet.
Learn the three stages of Ayurvedic digestion, how to assess your agni + fix your food coma, gas, and bloating with these simple tips and helpful herbs for digestive health.
How a small amount of an irritating substance, or anti-nutrient, can help you heal digestive woes, boost immunity, and more.