When I’m teaching meditation I’m trying to help people discover what will work best for them. I know what works for me, and I’ve found it also works for the majority of my students, but if not that’s okay. We keep working at it until we find what does.
The Ayurvedic perspective is that each food has a distinct synergy of taste and energy as well as its post-digestive effect on the body. When foods with very different tastes, energies and post-digestive effects are combined, our digestive fire can become overloaded.
How do you maintain your practice when there’s interference from external factors? It could be anything from puppies to children to work to household duties to vacation time that is putting a crimp in your meditation.
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There is something very special about going through an intense experience together, and then coming back to that very same spot to rekindle what was started a year ago. It is a bond that cannot be broken or explained.