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Did you know that the hibiscus 🌺 flower is liked by Lord Ganesh?

The Latin names is hibiscus rosa- sinensis and one of its many Sanskrit synonym is trisandhya (flower last for 3 evenings).

It’s Ayurvedic uses are:
1. Sheetala – coolant
2. Tikta– bitter (reduces kapha and pitta dosha).
3. Useful in diabetes, heavy menstrual bleeding (it is stambhana in nature)
4. Keshya– improves quality of hair

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Yoga – Pranayama – Meditation tomorrow Saturday 7.30am at Lakshmi Ayurveda’s new yoga space. A beautiful meditation practice – “Inner light Meditation” by Maya TiwariThis is a meditation that proves to be immediately helpful in cultivating awareness through the simple art of pause, allowing the mind, emotions, and uncertainty to settle. This will help in creating clarity that comes naturally from the mind that’s is posed in ease while processing turbulence of thoughts, emotions, guilt fear …. How to practice inner light meditation1. Set up a candle or ghee lamp on your altar or on a low table2. Sit comfortable in front of the flame preferably on the ground3. Follow the flickering flame with your eyes. Let your mind merge into the flame4. Vision the outer light as your inner light. See the light permeating your heart chakra5. Empty the mind of thoughts, empty the heart of hurt, despair, anxiety and loneliness6. Ask the flame to inherit all negative emotions7. Close your eyes softly, envision the flame in the space of your third eye 8. Keep the following avowal in the background of your mind I am love, I am light, I am awarenessEverything I see reveals this loveEverything I touch reveals this lightEverything i think reveals this awareness 9. Sit in your serenity and let this confirmation float lightly in the mind Peace be your journey !We wish you a beautiful day and we see you tomorrow for Yoga with Nari at 7.30am. With Love Your Lakshmi Ayurveda team #yoga#meditation#mayatiwari #spirituality #selfhealing#body #mind #soul #yama #niyama #kriyayoga #yogafremantle#yogahamiltonhill #sadhana #vata#pitta#kapha#ayurvedalife #lakshmiayurveda

Posted by Lakshmi Ayurveda on Thursday, 7 March 2019

A beautiful meditation practice – “Inner light Meditation” by Maya Tiwari

This is a meditation that proves to be immediately helpful in cultivating awareness through the simple art of pause, allowing the mind, emotions, and uncertainty to settle. 
This will help in creating clarity that comes naturally from the mind that’s is posed in ease while processing turbulence of thoughts, emotions, guilt fear ….

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Have you heard of ARKA (Calotropis porcera)?

This shrub is widely found throughout Western Australia. It is declared as a pest in Western Australia see www.acric.wa.gov.

Calotropis grows in warm areas, desert, wasteland and sandy soil.

Charaka opined that a deadly poison can become a very good medicine if it is administered properly on the other hand even the most useful/ safe medicine can act like a poison if handled incorrectly.

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Changing of the Seasons – Welcome Autumn!

As the season of Autumn settles upon us, the qualities of Vata dryness and roughness, cold, subtlety and mobility increase. Therefore, we need to incorporate more nourishing, warming, stable, and routine activities in our lives.

Routine is particularly important for balancing the doshas, especially individuals with more Vata in their constitution or those experiencing a Vata imbalance. We advise following these guidelines:

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