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Are you thriving or surviving?

By |2019-07-23T15:47:45+01:00July 23rd, 2019|Balance, Maharishi Ayurveda Blogs, Mental Health, Mental Performance|

Are you thriving or surviving? "I used to really push myself with 7 day weeks and no real downtime. It wasn't long before the crunch came. I started to experience extreme fatigue, panic attacks, low blood sugar, feeling empty, tearful and depressed. All coping mechanisms gone, I returned to NZ and had to exit the plane in a wheelchair. Learning how to balance my life, body and mind and having fun again have been very important lessons for me. Learning to respect my body's needs helps me to stay well." Louise, 38 years of age. When you read the story of what brought Louise to seek help, did you relate to the story in some way for yourself? Would you say Louise was thriving or surviving?

Being Ahead of the Game

By |2019-03-27T15:46:10+01:00March 27th, 2019|Anxiety, Fatigue, Maharishi Ayurveda Blogs, Meditation, Mental Performance, Mind, Sleep, Stress|

No matter one’s age and stage feeling well resourced to meet the day when we wake and as we start our day, be it at home or in the office, really does make a difference. This I call being ahead of the game. Maharishi AyurVeda has a question that identifies if you are ahead of the game. In the morning do you wake feeling rested, clear and alert?

Seven Keys to Unlock Your Brain Power this Spring

By |2019-03-19T16:54:11+01:00March 19th, 2019|Brain, Maharishi Ayurveda Blogs, Mental Performance, Mind, Nutrition, Sleep, Stress|

According to Maharishi AyurVeda, there are three equally important aspects to mental performance: dhi — learning and comprehension, governed by Vata dosha; dhriti — processing and retention of knowledge, the realm of Pitta dosha; and smriti— memory or recall, controlled by Kapha dosha. For the best mental performance and realization of the fullest mental potential, each of these three factors individually needs to be at its peak, and, more important, the coordination among the three factors also needs to be optimal.