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  • Triphala: Your best support to stay healthy this festive season.

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    The festive season usually brings indulgence. There are extra sweets and temptations around; we tend to overeat and eat at irregular times. All of these are causes for the build-up of toxins (Ama) in the body.

     

    Ama is a Sanskrit word for undigested food toxins. It’s the toxic waste-product of inefficient digestion, which can accumulate and cause disease. During the holidays, we’re particularly susceptible to developing Ama as we tend to throw our usual routine and diet out the window.

     

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  • RECIPE OF THE MONTH: Red Bean Salad

    Category : News, Ayurveda

     

    As the warmer weather is approaching this red bean salad is the perfect meal to incorporate into your holiday season celebrations.

     

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  • RECIPE OF THE MONTH: Sambar

    Category : News, Ayurveda

     

    Take a bit of Sukhavati home with you by incorporating some of our Ayurvedic recipes into your daily life.

     

    Read our full recipe to recreate our delicious Sambar!

     


     

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  • 3 Things You Can Do to Rejuvenate Your Body After a stay at Sukhavati

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    What we do after a cleanse is equally, if not more, important than the detox itself.

     

    At Sukhavati, the program we created involves cleansing away ama, or toxic plaque, that has built up in our digestive system and manifested in the deeper layers of tissues and fat cells of the body. We do this through treatments, food, yoga, herbs and cleansing methods.

     

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  • RECIPE OF THE MONTH: Bean Curry

    Category : News, Ayurveda

    Looking for a delicously-easy meal to prepare after a long day?

     

    Our Ayurveda Bean Curry is exactly what you need.

     


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  • Ahmisa: Non-violence - The first step in the path of Yoga

    Category : News, Ayurveda

     Yoga is a journey of creating harmony in one’s life, and letting go of the things that no longer serve us. In this process, we discover a deeper reality of sense of self (being), a place of joy, happiness, and contentment.

     

    In the Yoga Sutras, Patanjali delineated the eight limbs of yoga. These precepts are intended as guidelines to living a life with meaning and purpose. They may be seen as a kind of map for seekers of greater happiness and spiritual fulfillment.

     

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  • RECIPE OF THE MONTH: Khichari

    Category : News, Ayurveda

    Kitchari is the most medicinal dish in Ayurvedic Medicine. Composed of basmati rice and mung dal, and cooked together like a porridge or stew, it has as many variations as there are cooks who prepare it.


    The skillful use of spices and vegetables can produce balancing effects for the three bodily doshas. It has many medicinal qualities but mainly it’s a dish that is very detoxifying to the body, while being easy to digest and highly nourishing.

     

     

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  • Patanjali's Yoga Sutras: The 8 limbs of Yoga

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    Yoga is more than bending, stretching, relaxation and yoga pants. Yoga offers us a way of life that is truly transformational.


    ‘Yoga’ is a Sanskrit word that can be translated in a few ways but essentially it means to connect, unite or ‘yoke’. The thing we look to connect to is the True Self, to attain moksha, meaning liberation or freedom.


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  • Advanced Meditation & Vedic Science Course

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    Join Sukhavati's Founder & CEO, Steve Griffith in India, March 2018 to experience a transformational, life-changing journey. Further your healing and routine with our Advanced Meditation and Vedic Science course!


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  • In search of Happiness in the Brain and Mindfulness in life

    Category : News, Ayurveda

    Soaking in the good and weeding out the bad.

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