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Who Am I ? Self understanding through Ayurveda and Yoga

Updated: Oct 25, 2023

In Ayurvedic and Yogic philosophies, understanding oneself is seen as the starting point for holistic well-being. By recognizing your inherent nature and aligning your choices with it, you create a sustainable path to wellness.

Self understanding through Ayurvedic Doshas
The true you

Tailored Approached: Each person is unique in terms of physical, mental, and emotional makeup. What works for one individual might not work for another. By understanding your own constitution, tendencies, and sensitivities, you can tailor your lifestyle, diet and exercise to lead a more balanced life.

Prevention and Balance: Self-awareness enables you to detect imbalances or signs of potential health issues at an early stage. With this insight, you can take proactive measures to prevent ailments from escalating. Knowing your limits, triggers, and habits can help you un-learn and re-learn.

Empowerment: Self-understanding empowers you to take control of your health and well-being. Instead of relying solely on external sources for guidance, you become your own teacher, making informed decisions that align with your goals and values.

Holistic Wellness: True wellness extends beyond physical health to encompass mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being. Self-awareness allows you to identify areas that might need attention and nurturing. Balance is not a destination, it is a long-term journey. Understanding yourself aids in adopting sustainable lifestyle changes. Instead of following generic fads, you can create a balanced lifestyle that resonates with you personally, making it more likely that you'll stick to it over time.

So how can you understand yourself better? Ayurveda and Yoga offers you a new perspective of self understanding through “Doshas” or Elements of nature. Ayurveda is based on the belief that we are all unique. Each one of us is made up of different types of energy. This difference in energy is a result of the unique combination of “Doshas” (Elements) at birth.

If you want to find out your Ayurvedic Dosha, you can take this free Dosha quiz that will take 5 min of your time.

And, If you want to learn more about this Transformative La Vie Sattvic Lifestyle inspired through the ancient wisdom of Yoga and Ayurveda, you can check out my ONLINE course: Ayurvedic Living in the Modern World

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