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Summer trip tips to stay calm and cool

By |2022-07-05T10:48:53+01:00June 29th, 2022|About Maharishi Ayurveda, Aromatherapy, Ayurveda Diary, Balance, Behaviour, Consciousness, Doshas, Food, Health, Healthy Eating, Herbal Formulas, Holiday, Knowledge, Maharishi Ayurveda Blogs, Meditation, Mental Health, Mental Performance, Natural cycles, Pitta, Sub Doshas, Summer, travel, Vata, vegetables|

by Mrs Suneeta Lakshmi Lies Summer solstice was officially June 21 which marked the brightest and longest day of the year. The weather is heating up and the summery clothing is coming out as this is the season when Pitta Dosha, (the bodily process and bio-energetic force composed of predominately fire and water elements), is increasing internally in our bodies and our external environments. When Pitta dosha is balanced positive [...]

The Maharishi AyurVeda Summer Holiday Survival Guide

By |2019-08-05T15:09:06+01:00August 5th, 2019|Balance, Holiday, Maharishi Ayurveda Blogs, Pitta, Summer, travel|

It's the most wonderful time of the year, a magical time of travel, special events, barbecues and holiday gifts. So why do so many people feel stressed when the holidays roll around? The mental pressure of spending too much money, making too many decisions, and having too much to do causes Prana Vata to go out of balance. Prana Vata is the subdosha of Vata that is concerned with mental functioning. Aggravated Prana Vata can cause excessive worry, anxiety and insomnia — thus making it difficult to remain calm and make healthy decisions. It becomes a snowball effect, with the person becoming more and more stressed and enjoying the holidays less and less.

Holiday Travel Advice from Maharishi AyurVeda

By |2019-06-06T15:05:59+01:00June 6th, 2019|Holiday, Maharishi Ayurveda Blogs, travel|

Holidays are a welcome break from the routine of work and daily responsibilities. Maharishi Mahesh Yogi often said that routines, though necessary to create order in life, tend to cramp our creativity. Our innate and infinite capacity for creativity becomes limited and narrowed by the normal routines of work and daily life. We have a deep instinctive longing to break the predictable and mind-narrowing activities we are often involved in, and the idea of travelling to a different place feeds into that instinct. After all, we have the saying that ‘travel broadens the mind’. Yet there is another side of travelling – it can be exhausting and stressful.

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