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The five elements in Ayurveda

I have been listening to an old lecture and found this photo from Maui, which I feel would be a good one to share for these explanations from Ayurveda of the five elements…. They are, from most gross to most … Continue reading

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Our daily diet…

Our daily diet consists of much more than the foods we eat, and in what quantity. Everything we see, hear, smell, touch and taste has to be ‘digested’ – or it gets stored as stress in our bodies. So, since … Continue reading

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The Great Middle Way

The Great Middle Way is not the middle path between two extremes. It is a path beyond extremes. Two extremes always touch, but it is not like you ‘pass’ through the middle; you flip from one extreme to the other. … Continue reading

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There is no need to ’empty’ the mind, as it is already empty

There is no need to ’empty’ the mind, as it is already empty. The mind is empty and luminous. It is because the mind is empty and luminous — that a thought, feeling, sound, touch or taste can ‘appear’ and … Continue reading

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The mind is not the brain

Most people, especially in the west, equate the mind with the brain. The mind is not the brain. The brain is an organ that the mind uses, just like it uses all the other organs of the body. The mind … Continue reading

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