Turmeric Ginger Spice Tea by Dr. Christie Smirl

During the cold and flu seasons many clients and friends are seeking natural ways to recover. Turmeric ginger spice tea is a blend of ingredients that Ayurvedic medicine uses to reduce symptoms related to the common cold and influenza. Symptoms such as fatigue, malaise, indigestion, aches and pains and congestion in the head, neck and chest region are related to accumulation of kapha and vata doshas.

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Ayurvedic Nutrition Guidelines for Balanced Doshas by Dr. Christie Smirl

  Ayurvedic Nutrition Guidelines for Balanced Doshas by Dr. Christie Smirl Ayurveda is the comprehensive science of wellness that originated in India over 5,000 years ago and is still widely practice globally. In Ayurveda each person has a unique Prakruti  which is your body constitution. Each person's Prakruti is determined by a unique combination of …

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SEVA: Creating the Art of Conscience Service through Aparigraha by Dr. Christie Smirl

Have you ever had that  feeling of elation when you are able to selflessly give to another? Charity has the ability to change your life energy. Seva is the Art of Selfless Service. Seva is a sanskrit word translated as work performed without any expectation of reward or repayment. In cultures and religions across the globe, …

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Meditation for Compassion Cultivation Dr. Christie Smirl

Compassion is the ability to feel sympathy, empathy, love and humanity for others who are suffering. Compassion can be extended to those in physical pain, mental pain, social conflict, financial hardships and many other situations. How about holding compassion for somebody who is lashing out in anger or fear? In current society there are so …

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