Anna Selby

Complete Ayurveda Workbook

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Ayurveda is one of the oldest systems of healthcare known to man. It means, literally, 'science of life', and according to ayurveda, just about everything is connected to your state of health. Written by Anna Selby, in conjunction with the European Ayurveda Health Spa, Complete Ayurveda Workbook interprets this ancient holistic system to suit the demands of our hectic lifestyles and sets you on the path to health and harmony. Part One explains the principles of ayurveda and shows you how to identify your own prakriti (your doshic make-up) by following a simple questionnaire. Part Two teaches you how to correct doshic imbalances by incorporating ayurvedic spa principles into your daily life through diet, exercise and meditation. Part Three reveals how you can maintain the inner balance of body and soul by embracing European Ayurveda's easy-to-follow principles in your home and workplace. This practical book will not only empower you to take control of your health and well-being, it will guide you towards a greater understanding of yourself as an individual and inspire you to get the most out of life every day.
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    anderschristensenhas quoted2 years ago
    ■ Start each day with 1½ tbsp/25ml of ghee on an empty stomach.
    ■ If this has no effect, increase to 2¼ tbsp/35ml.
    ■ You can take a gentle walk daily, but don’t overdo it and get tired.
    ■ This programme clears and cleanses the whole system and you may find that the excess pitta being flushed away makes you irritable – but avoid confrontation at all costs.
    anderschristensenhas quoted2 years ago
    Follow the specific recommendations for the one-day programme, according to your dosha.
    anderschristensenhas quoted2 years ago
    Peya Soup
    Serves one
    115g (½ cup) basmati rice
    115g (½ cup) yellow mung dhal
    2 heaped tsp fresh ginger
    ½ level tsp turmeric
    1 level tsp cumin
    Salt and freshly ground black pepper
    Tiny pinch of hing (asafoetida)
    1 Put the rice and mung dhal into a saucepan and wash well several times.
    2 Cover with fresh water and bring to the boil.

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