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by Lissa Coffey

The Vata dosha controls all movement in the body, including breathing, digestion, and nerve impulses from the brain. When Vata is out of balance, anxiety and other nervous disorders may be present...

 

Editor´s Note from Sonica Krishan: Lissa Coffey who is Ayurveda expert and renowned authority on Ayurveda and Relationships, has agreed to share her Ayurveda wisdom related articles with us ! In this article, she tells us all about Vata dosha. According to her, the most important thing to know about Vata is that it leads the other doshas. Vata usually goes out of balance first, which causes the early stages of disease. Please read through her article. Namaste.

 

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by Sharada Hall

Are you attracted to people who are exactly like you or exactly the opposite?  Do you and your partner's different ways complement one another or are you like two peas in a pod?...

 

Editor's Note from Julie Cerrato: Relationships can be tough, especially those where constitutions may clash. Dr. Sharada Hall, DOM offers some first hand insight into how two people with opposite prakritis may benefit each other and complement one's weaknesses with their strengthes. This refreshing account on a Vata and Pitta/Kapha relationship demonstrates how understanding Ayurvedic principles and doshic energies can facilitate communication and help couples reach common ground in their relationships. Many thanks and blessings for this wisdom, Dr. Hall. Namaste

 

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Editor's Note: It's easy for Vata dosha to get out of balance in the cold and windy weather. This video from Banyan Botanicals reminds us how to ground and regain balance as we enter winter months.

 

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by Debby Andersen RYT, C. Ayu.

Today I’d like to share a little more in depth about Pitta dosha, the principle of transformation. If you need a more basic introduction to the doshas be sure to check out this previous post...

 

Editor's Note from Julie Cerrato: Pitta imbalances can be hard to spot for some individuals. Although we aim to keep agni strong, subtle signs of fire organ disturbance can arise in the liver, stomach, pancreas and even less pitta known outlets such as the skin, blood, muscles and eyes. Ayurvedic practitioner Debby Andersen reviews 6 key areas to observer for pitta fire disturbances. As always, we encourage you to read further about Ayurveda and contact a practitioner if you notice any of these pitta imbalance signs. Namaste

 

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by Dr Gowthaman Krishnamoorthy, BAMS, CCN, FSM

Musk Melon - An important fruit in summer season

Summer is one of the most horrible season with increase of heat in environment we lose our energy, we perspire a lot due to which there is fluid loss and at the same time body heat increases...

 

Editor's Note from Julie Cerrato: Summer is upon us! With the hot, dry weather conditions, Pitta rises and is sometimes fueled by warm summer Vata winds. To keep the body hydrated, Ayurveda recommends cooling foods and water-filled fruits like melon. Dr. Krishnamoorthy offers a great suggestion for a lovely, refreshing summer fruit, the Musk Melon. Other hydrating melons include watermelon, honeydew, sharlyn, casaba, galia and santa claus. Enjoy!

 

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Editor's Note from Julie Cerrato: Yoga is one of the most beneficial healing modalities. Each Ayurvedic doshan can be balanced via a unique yogic practice. For Vata, calming asanas and pranayama will relax, revitalize and restore direction of the wind and space elements. This Chopra Center video offers a beautiful demonstration of a Vata calming Yogic practice. Namaste

 

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Editor's Note from Julie Cerrato: Can Vata's gain weight? The answer is Yes. Although Vata predominant prakritis typically are thin, lithe and flexible, a stressed Vata can easily deregulate their digestive agni, resulting in weight gain. Lissa Coffey explains how variablility in a Vata's diet can lead to vishama agni and progress to an unhealthy weight gain. She offers tips on how to balance a Vata's diet to avoid problematic digestive and associated weight challenges. Namaste

 

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