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Editor's Note from Julie Cerrato: Low on Energy?  Ayurveda aims to continuously restore balance to the doshas and supply fresh energy for the body and the mind. In this lovely YING & YANG LIVING video interviewing Ayurvedic expert Jenny Ahn, several Ayurvedic suggestions are offered to restore energy to each of the doshic constitutions known as Prakriti. For Vata, Pitta & Kapha prominant prakritis, different self-care steps can be taken in diet, lifestyle and physical activity. Jenny discusses yoga styles, nutrition and bedtime routines to benefit each constitution. Enjoy!

 

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Editor's Note from Lexi Yoga: Most people seem to complain about being stressed these days. The build up of stress over time can weak your immune system and lead to many health issues. Eating healthy, exercise and the practice of yoga to calm your mind are essential for reducing stress, and how you react to stressful situations in your life. Here are 10 yoga postures that you can practice at home to relax and refresh your mind and body.

 

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by Silvia Mordini

I can't recall exactly when I started using teaching stories to share yoga on the mat but I do know that these moments of sharing something personal to highlight a key learning point changed the impact of my teaching on my students...

 

Editor's Note: I love how the author talks about your yoga mat as your mirror. It's one place where you can see if you're helping or hindering your personal growth. How do you react when you've achieved a new pose...or better yet, when you've fallen out of a pose? She goes onto describe the mat as always telling the truth. When looking honestly in the mirror (or during time on your yoga mat), notice ways in which you, not anyone else, can revolutionize your life!

 

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by Conni Kunzler

In Ayurveda, simple daily practices, called dinacharya, attend to the five sense organs—eyes, ears, nose, tongue, and skin—the way we take in the world. Just as the foods we eat, the air we breathe, and our visual stimuli impact our mental and physical health, so do the sounds we hear—in our environment as well as the chatter inside our heads...

 

Editor´s Note from Sonica Krishan: Here is another superb article by author Conni Kunzler, wherein she writes about the simple daily practices called as dinacharya in Ayurveda, that relates to the imbibing action of the five sense organs —eyes, ears, nose, tongue, and skin. According to her, the accumulated knowledge of the sciences of yoga and Ayurveda are recorded in Sanskrit and for hundreds of years chanting or vocalizing Sanskrit words or mantras has been part of these healing and spiritual practices. Please have a read. Namaste.

 

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by Deborah Adele, MA

I recently heard a story about a teacher who was instructing on laziness. He proceeded to tell his students that there are 2 kinds of lazy. One is the kind where a person just sits around doing nothing...

 

Editor's Note: This piece is short, but meaningful. In yoga one tries to be present and practice mindfulness. The author, Deborah Adele, tells an anecdote that leaves you reflecting on your own ability to be present.

 

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Editor's Note from Lexi Yoga: If you haven't already tried yoga, grab your mat, and get going! Not only will your outer body enjoy the physical benefits, but also your inner body too. Your organs and tissues will get nourished, as you twist, bend and stretch. Soon you'll be glowing from the inside and out. Check out the benefits of yoga in this video.

 

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by Anna Hunt
Cross-posted from WakingTimes.com

The human body is hard-wired in such a way that we have the innate capability to experience deep spiritual events, regardless of one’s religious or theological beliefs. However, the reality of life is that our bodies are constantly bombarded with toxins, chemicals and poisons, while our minds and psyches are constantly cluttered by media, distractions and group-think...

 

Editor's Note from Lexi Yoga: Our bodies are constantly surrounded by toxins and chemicals, while our minds are cluttered by the media and ongoing distractions. This is why it can be difficult to reach pure enlightenment, moments of clarity and a true spiritual experience. Here are six ways that you can prepare your body, mind and spirit for a real awakening.

 

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