Tag: vata

Ayurvedic Alignment: Self-Care Practices for Deep Winter Renewal

Ayurvedic Alignment: Self-Care Practices for Deep Winter Renewal

Hosted by Jillian Pransky Seasonal alignment is a pillar of health and healing in both the Ayurvedic and yoga traditions. When we acknowledge the qualities and elements at play in our external and internal environments, we can make choices for how we eat, move, andread more

Normal Again

Normal Again

“Things I’ll Do Once I Feel Normal Again” This is the theme I started journaling on last week, *|FNAME|*, when I noticed that my daily entries were a little more doom-and-gloom than I felt comfortable with. I was going on week 9 or 10 ofread more

Light Layers

Light Layers

A few years ago, I KonMari’d my wardrobe and eliminated the need for separate “seasonal” storage. My primary motivation was saving space (I was in my smallest-to-date NYC apartment, where the only space for a dresser was inside my closet, so every square inch counted!),read more

Goals, Crushed

Goals, Crushed

pity this busy monster, manunkind,   not. Progress is a comfortable disease: [. . .]  listen: there’s a hell of a good universe next door; let’s go —E. E. Cummings My four years as an undergraduate in Cambridge scarred me in many ways. I’ve softenedread more

Begin Again

Begin Again

Beginning ended, this is how the end begins.  We wake in the other world, sky inside our eyelid.  Lens swivelled inward, the sea’s volcanic vents Leach into the brain. Here is self’s jungle ajar.  [. . .] The day is perfect. There is only one.read more

Spring 2023 Rest & Reset

Spring 2023 Rest & Reset

April 14-23, 2023 Register *Please note the revised schedule as of 4/4/23* I don’t do cleanses. And yet, my body—the miraculous thing that it is—is always cleansing all on its own, through the natural processes of detoxification and digestion it’s designed to do to stayread more

Spiced Cauliflower Leek Soup

Spiced Cauliflower Leek Soup

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Doubt

Doubt

Happy Samhain.  Before you get confused and wonder why I’m not wishing you a Happy Halloween, stay with me—the two holidays are practically inseparable. The most important of the four Celtic fire festivals, Samhain (pronounced SAH-win) is the midway point between the fall equinox andread more

Ayurveda and Adrenal Fatigue

Ayurveda and Adrenal Fatigue

Depending on who you ask, the symptoms of fatigue, brain fog, lack of energy, weight fluctuations, decreased appetite, and more—often described as “adrenal fatigue”—may or may not be a real thing. The incredible frustration of this opinion is a topic for another post, but inread more

Cauliflower Pumpkin Soup

Cauliflower Pumpkin Soup

When the days get darker, our internal light needs to get brighter. Ayurveda speaks about this energetic shift in terms of agni, our digestive fire, which is at its strongest in the fall and winter, allowing us to digest the heavier, denser, and more building seasonalread more


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