truth about oils then and now
He who indulges daily in healthy foods and activities , who discriminates (the good and bad of everything and then acts wisely), who is not attached (too much), to the objects of the senses, who develops the habit of charity, of considering all as equal (requiring kindness), of truthfulness, of pardoning and keeping company ofContinue reading “Vedic guidelines for being homebound”
For everyone who is practicing #socialdistancing here are some inputs1. For the 20 secs you wash your hands ,be grateful to the divine for the great life you have2.for everytime you say #namaste you are increasing chi in yourself and the person you are greeting3. For everytime you take a deep breath and exhale deeplyContinue reading “Time for self care”
A crisp account from a practising Ayurveda physician, Dr Tanya Malhotra offers personal anecdotes, patient case studies, cooking techniques and recipes for the urban kitchen. From seasonal Ayurveda to Ayurveda for students and working professionals, this book is your ultimate guide to a glorious life.
Earthing yourself – explained by vaidya tanya
Urban Ayurveda the book by Dr. Tanya
WHO has declared International ear day to raise awareness about the damage that we do to our ears and ways to prevent it. WHO recommends that the highest permissible level of noise exposure in the workplace is 85 decibels up to a max of 8 hours/day #ListenSafely I would like to mention here that ayurvedaContinue reading “Asatmya-Indriyyaathartha- sanyoga– 33% of diseases arises in the body due to unnatural use of sense organs _ Ayurveda says”
Ayurveda for spring