Slowing Down

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My father has always pursued his goals and passions like a man chasing his dreams as the sun sets. As a result, he’s lived in a hurry. And he’s always eaten as if each meal is a race against time, a mundane task to finish as fast as possible to get to the really important… Read more »

The Story of Saraswati

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Goddess of Music, the Arts, and Wisdom   Traditionally, people of many thousands of years ago, placed their confidence and valued the unseen world more than they did in material possessions. Modern people have become very materialistic, matter is the most important thing; if we can prove, and measure it, then we can trust it…. Read more »

Cooking with Love

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When I first encountered the notion of infusing love into food in the book Like Water for Chocolate, it seemed far-fetched. Then Ayurveda taught me that preparing food with loving attention and blessing it with gratitude before eating adds nourishment and makes food healing medicine. Hippocrates, father of Western medicine said, “Let food be thy… Read more »

Walking Away – Rewriting the Script

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What happens when we are faced with recurring patterns or characters in our lives and we aren’t sure if we need to shift a situation or even walk away? If we are practicing, how do we know when to make a change? Until you rewrite the script, which could be looked at through the lens… Read more »