Do you have a tickle in your throat but your are scared to cough or sneeze? 🤧 😷

I am sure most of us feel that way at the moment. It might be just a tickle in the throat, seasonal changes which makes you want to cough or sneeze. 🤧

It is actually normal to sometimes cough/ sneeze for example when mucus, dust or smoke comes in your throat/ nose.
Sneezing is a natural cleansing mechanism of the respiratory tract. 🤧

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The Veena is one of the most ancient string instruments. It is carved out of hollow log of Jack wood.

I have been fascinated by the Veena for over 10 years. Gratitude and thanks to my teacher Yaso who followed up on a conversation many years back about taking classes. 🙏🙏🙏

When you look at an image of Goddess Saraswati you will always see her with the Veena. Devi Saraswati represents the free flow of wisdom and consciousness.

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A little write up for the lovers of classical Ayurvedic text about Amenorrhea. Hopefully this will be interesting for the students of Ayurveda.

If you are you looking to deepen your understanding of Ayurveda in a practical and clinical setting you might like to read about the mentoring program offered at Lakshmi Ayurveda starting in February 2020.

In Ayurveda Amenorrhea is called (a Sanskrit word) Arajaska by Charaka and Lohitaksaya by Vagbhata.

Lohita is the synonym for rakta (blood). Lohita (Blood) + kshaya (decrease) = loss of blood

Meaning of Arajask is, Na + Rjaska = No menstrutation/ absence of menstruation.

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Marma therapy – third eye is called AJNA / STHAPANI Marma.

Ajna means order. This marma brings order in the body, mind and consciousness. Another name for this Marma is Sthapani, which is translated as establishment, steadiness or stability. It creates stability of the mind and steadiness in oneself.

Location

In the midline of the forehead, one angula above the nasa mula.

Actions
1. Regulates Tarpaka kapha
2. Enhances cerebral circulation
3. Relieves headaches
4. Improves concentration, memory and ADHD tendencies
5. Unfolds intuition and insight

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Nourish your Asthi dhatu/ bones tissue with sesame seeds (preferred black seed sesame seeds). In the pictured you can see sesame brittle rolls also called Ellunda (Mal). Made out of sesame seeds, dried ginger powder, jaggery syrup, cardamom powder, raisins and Ghee. For you to try after your treatment (this week only 🙂)

About bone/ Asthi dhatu in Ayurveda:

Asthi dhatu denotes the bones and cartilage. ‘Stha’ means to stand, which is a function of the skeletal system.
Asthi or bone is which gives structure and stability to the body it is also protecting the internal organs and is nourishing the nervous tissue. It is derived from earth and wind element.

The upadhatu (secondary) tissue are teeth. This is the reason why often in osteoporosis or other imbalances in the asthi dhatu/ bone tissue the teeth are also weakened.

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Cleansing of the senses is a part of an Ayurvedic routine. A ritual for cleaning the eyes , ears, nose, skin and tongue are mentioned in the Daily Ayurvedic Routine (Dinacharya). To learn more about the Dinacharya we recommend our Lakshmi team Ebook. https://www.lakshmiayurveda.com.au/prod…/lakshmi-team-ebook/

According to Ayurveda the five elements (earth, water, fire, wind, ether) manifest in the functioning of the five senses.

The five senses are: Read more