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3 Ancient Practices to Embrace Your Soul Power

(Originally published as a “Popular Lately,” “Featured Today Spirituality Highlight,” “Popular Yoga,” “Popular Wellness,” and “Popular Spirituality” article on Elephant Journal)

We celebrated a beautiful Vedic festival called Makar Sankranti at Vedika Global on January 14th, 2016. This festival worships the Sun as it makes its northern ascent in the sky during the first six months of the year. It is considered an auspicious way to start your educational journey and to recommit to your health and spiritual goals for the year ahead.

So many traditional societies have revered the Sun for its magnificent qualities, including the ancient Egyptian, Aztec, Buddhist, Chinese, Christian, Baltic, and Greek cultures.

The Vedic Indian tradition honors the Sun as being the symbol of health, wealth, knowledge, inner power, and the illumination of your very soul.

I have always loved the Sun. 

Even before I encountered Ayurveda, the Sun was a huge source of inspiration to me. 

Sunrises and sunsets have always captivated my heart; it never ceases to amaze me how artistic the Sun is ~ every morning and evening, it creates a brand new art exhibition, totally free of charge and open to all.  Continue reading

3 Ancient Ayurvedic Rituals to Rock Your Mornings

(Originally published in “Popular Lately” on MindBodyGreen.com)

Beginning the day in an inspiring and invigorating way profoundly impacts your overall health. Ayurveda, the ancient art and science of life from India, recognizes the power and potential that early morning practices provide us to truly take our health and lives into our own hands.

Because Ayurveda has changed my life in countless ways, and made me into a passionate student, teacher, and practitioner of this great knowledge system, I am delighted to share my three favorite Ayurvedic morning rituals to truly rock your mornings.  Continue reading

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