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What Are You Feeding On?

Nov 16, 2019

What Are You Feeding On?

According to Ayurvedic philosophy, we are all created of spirit and light rather than mere flesh hand bones.  The physical body is a temple that houses the finer domains of the mind and soul. As recognized by ancient cultures and religions around the globe, we are actually spiritual beings having a human experience, rather than the other way around.  We are crafted from the same energy that weaves together all of life. 

To truly understand how to “feed” ourselves, we must, therefore, extend beyond the physical body alone.  According to Ayurveda, anything that affects our consciousness is considered food. Yoga, breathing exercises, and meditation are thus highly charged types of food, because they directly nourish our deeper consciousness.

The realm of the senses also provides direct nourishment to the finer domains of the mind and soul.  For example, a soothing sonata and a blaring car alarm are merely different types of...

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How to Make Kitchari

Jun 18, 2019
 

Kitchari is Ayurveda's go to staple when we want a complete, easily digestible meal.  Kitchari is traditionally made in one pot, hence letting the nutrients energies mingle to create 'peace in the pot'.  This recipe uses all 6 tastes and is delicious and satisfying.  This is a sattvic (peace) inducing recipe for body and mind.  

V  = P  = K =  (Tri-doshic)

Kitchari

Serves 2-3

Ingredients:

1 C

Basmati Rice

1/3 C

Mung Beans – soaked until sprouted (a couple of hours)

3 C

Water

1

Zucchini - chopped

1

Small sweet potato – Peeled and chopped

2 T

Ghee

3 T

2 t

2 T

½ C

2 T

1 T

Hulled Pumpkin Seeds

Curry Powder

Braggs Liquid Aminos

Organic Coconut Milk

Lemon Juice

Maple Syrup

Sea salt and pepper to taste

Directions:

Put soaked mung beans rice and water in pan and bring to boil.  Reduce heat to low and simmer for 10 min. Add Zucchini and sweet potato.  Cover and cook until...

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