old blogs beginning from: Is your friend a kapha person?
She probably has at least pear-like obesity. He speaks slowly and calmly philosophically. Kapha person probably doesn’t like people being talked about evil in general. He takes a very slow interest in new things, but once he does, he never forgets this. His life is very routine and surprising. There are not many problems with money because they can plan their lives well. Unsurprisingly and routinely, there is a danger that the kaphadosha will “creep” into his body. He should be properly “kicked” a little off his rails every now and then to get Kapha “kicked”.
Your friend is likely to have constipation and slow bowel movements, so try your best to persuade your friends to inject powdered ginger into their meals even at relatively high doses. Your friend is used to habits. Sometimes try to get him out of the way by arranging, for example, a surprise trip to a destination he has never been to before. I have a kaphay friend who goes to Tallinn at least 6 times a year and always to the same bus company. I am now working to entice him to visit Stockholm, for example. It would be a new experience for him too. Ginger I have offered, but the fight is on. However, he has already admitted that he has eaten porridge with lots of ginger.
Ayurvedic panacea for anxiety:
Send a warm email or other message to a loved one. For example: ” Dear loved mother. I have not anything important to say you now, but that’s the important thing.” The message is good to be humorous at least a little bit. That way the pathos is avoided. Of course, some don’t understand humor at all, so let’s take that into account. Some may think of the fear that “if it thinks I have ulterior motives, or hidden motives.” Obstacles like this are overcome by repetition. Messages are sent so often that they are left to melt. But men under the age of 40 should only be communicated with caution at first. Are still so young and true often.
Home made yoghurt is heavenly
According to Ayur veda, people need intestinal bacteria for digestion. However, Western ways of acquiring bacteria are problematic. For example, commercial yoghurts are far too heavy and produce ama. (Ama is an indigestible food that is absorbed from the intestine and causes disease in all tissues). The solution is homemade health yogurt.Buy homogeneous milk, if possible, and a small dose of plain bacterial yoghurt as seeds. Boil the milk on a stove until it is bubbly.
Season with cardamom and allow to cool to 40-45 Celsius. Dispense one teaspoon of seed yoghurt for each glass of yogurt you intend into a thermos flask or special yogurt box. Pour over warm milk and stir. Put the lid on and allow the mixture to stand at room temperature for 5-8 hours. The longer the time, the more acidic the end result. Enjoy graduated health yogurt in one go. It cannot be stored. Leave a small amount of new seed in the refrigerator. etc. etc. Yoghurt can be diluted into Lassi. Lassi is a mixture of yoghurt, water and spices. You can try mixing relationships. You can also try different seasonings.
old blogs : Something about relaxation techniques
Most relaxation techniques work hardly at all. The degree of relaxation is the same as if you were sitting with your eyes closed. In particular, concentration techniques will, in the long run, only create headaches and vata problems. And imaginative trips to the shores of some serene lake, etc., do not work for me at least.My experience is limited to two Warranty technologies. a) Transcendental Meditation, or TM, is a deep dive that, according to advertisements, develops all aspects of the human being, but in my experience, the effect of TM is very limited to the heart and emotions. (so in my experience).
b) In my experience, the effect of pulse relaxation hits exactly where the TM does not reach, that is, the heart and emotions.In my experience, the two techniques are COMPLEMENTARY and the result is super!And remember, meditation and relaxation is the MOST important aspect of Ayurveda. They need to be learned before they can concentrate properly on, for example, Ayurvedic nutritional guidelines in practice.
About keeping secrets
Every now and then people who want to remain as anonymous as possible come across. That is, they want information about them not to be disseminated to others. I personally do not have a concrete interface with these people because anyone can share my information with anyone. I mean, I have no secrets. Maybe there is one, but one day I will reveal it too and it may be a little surprise to some. Well, it’s kind of awfully easy to live open.
I couldn’t imagine a paranoid life where every second I wonder what this or that act tells me and what kind of “weapons” in the wrong hands give my imaginary or real opponents against me. It would probably be difficult to live that way. The paradox is that in this way, people who live in this way usually find my openness very dangerous to myself. After all, where does that concept come from? Another expression of anonymity is that people have different roles as they move around in different “circles”. Has a work role and a hobby role and a home role
Ayurveda’s equilibrium theory:
Everywhere in nature there is a tendency to balance the extremes. For example, the extremes of human foot movement are full rest and full speed running. The best thing about physical well-being is half-speed: you go on breathing. You should exercise caution when practicing yoga asanas. You should never stretch to the extreme with pain. If you are just starting out in yoga, it is a good idea to go slow in learning the movements.
‘There are hundreds of mechanisms in the human body that have both 2 extremes and a point of equilibrium. For example, when the blood pressure rises, the mechanism begins to lower the pressure and vice versa. Similarly, almost all hormones have their own mechanisms that keep hormone levels within tolerable limits. In a perfectly healthy body, there is a perfect balance: every mechanism works perfectly and every concentration is ideal.Ayurveda practices such as yoga and meditation, as well as a proper diet, will achieve equilibrium prematurely.
Some are sensitive and some are not.
The typical kapha is the least sensitive. For example, war heroes are often kaphos when they cannot fear anything. In everyday life, Kapha is the one who goes from one day to the next without changing. If you want to get the attention of a Kapha person with something unexpected or new, you almost have to “hit the treadmill” for Kapha to wake up. Thus, Kapha is not at all sensitive, for example in the so-called. for supernatural things. He would rather cook at home than go out for a night out with a spiritualist club. Pitta is the one who most SPEAKS himself to be a war hero if he is involved in war. He is often the very self-centered type who thinks that the blame for the hardships is always on someone other than himself.
Pitta may be sensitive in the sense that the stomach is diarrhea or overreacting to other people’s annoying behavior. Thus, pitta is the most susceptible to controversy, but does not carry resentment for long. Pitta WOULD LIKE to be sensitive to supernatural things as well when you are involved in that sort of outfit. Pitta when you always want to be the BEST in every respect, including in an occult club meeting. Vata is really sensitive.
A decent cotton always has a variety of genuine areas of experience, such as sensitivity to experiencing astrological planetary influences, or sensitivity to other people’s emotions and sometimes even other people’s true motives. If, for example, Vata and Pitta meet, Vata will instinctively speak to chatter about the subject matter that is close to that particular Pitta person. This latter one was an extreme example that I recognize in myself because I happen to be very fat. point. das point. old blogs ends.
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