REASON #2: Ayurveda’s holistic approach heals ALL of you: body, mind and spirit.
I wrote last week about how I turned to Ayurveda to heal from IBS. And while I healed myself from these digestive issues, I received some unexpected healing bonuses!
Since embracing the practices of Ayurveda, I have said “so long” to seasonal allergies, chronic sinus infections, and a rash (which I was told I had because I was “aging”). I no longer suffer with bouts of depression and my anxiety levels have dropped dramatically.
Ayurveda tells us that we get sick or experience symptoms because of an imbalance in our constitution. Over time, how that imbalance shows up may change. We may start noticing some digestive issues, then get tendonitis. Later we develop issues with anxiety and our skin is constantly dried out. Seemingly unrelated issues, right? Not with Ayurveda.
While a Western medicine approach might look at all these symptoms separately, and provide different treatments or prescriptions for each one,
Ayurveda would instead look at them holistically, considering all aspects of our lives to determine the root cause of imbalance. And once that root cause is understood and addressed, we can bring healing to our whole being.
Consequently, not only did I leave behind physical symptoms, I’ve also begun to let go of outdated and unhealthy emotional and behavior patterns. And this deep healing has allowed me to gain more clarity about my life’s purpose, and given me the confidence to pursue that purpose.
Stay tuned for next week when I share REASON #3 for loving Ayurveda.
Want to learn how you can bring Ayurvedic practices into your life? Join me in my upcoming workshop:
RECLAIM YOUR HEALTH + THRIVE WITH AYURVEDA
Saturday, March 25, 2018:
2pm – 4pm
@ Square One Yoga, San Leandro
Ayurveda is the world’s oldest holistic healing system and is considered Yoga’s “sister science.” Though shunned for many years, modern science now recognizes the incredible efficacy of Ayurvedic practices in healing disease and imbalances of the modern world.
In this workshop, we’ll explore the nature of this life-transforming tradition, and discover how the principles of Ayurveda teach us to awaken our natural ability to self-heal and bring benefit to our communities, all living creatures and the planet.
All workshop participants will be offered a free 15 minute Ayurvedic phone consultation by appointment after workshop.
Cost: $30 for members of Square One, $35 for non-members.
$5 off if you register by 3/17/18.
Be sure to save your spot and register here.