Ayurveda, the science of life is a gift given by Source itself to facilitate the healing

Our bodies, our temples… no one has been home to tend them. In the stress of the modern world faith, trust, belief, inspiration, truth, unity, and hope have all been lost. As the internal structure crumbles; the external body therefore ceases to be funded, so it too crumbles.

Rebuild the seven sacred expressions of spirit through the 7 dhatus (tissue systems)

  • Rasa (plasma, white blood cells, lymph)
  • Rakta (red blood cells)
  • Mamsa (muscles)
  • Meda (adipose/fat)
  • Asthi (bones/joints)
  • Majja (marrow/nervous system)
  • Shukra/Artava (male/female reproductive system).

The seven chakras are the doorways. As we heal, removing negative emotions, we will re –infuse the self with PTO– Prana (life force), Tejas (magnetism) and Ojas (vitality). Unprocessed elemental forces will again begin to process and digest properly, transforming into these vital essences, continuing the resonate field of divine opportunity.

When the five elements—ether, air, fire, water and earth are properly transformed into PTO, they no longer mix with unprocessed emotions that are trapped in the dhatus (tissues) to create dis-ease. The corresponding emotional components to these tissues are as follows:

  • Rasa (faith, trust, resonance)
  • Rakta (enthusiasm, nourishment)
  • Mamsa (strength, courage),
  • Meda (tenderness, love)
  • Asthi (structure/stability)
  • Majja (sensitivity, hope)
  • Shukra/Artava (creativity, spontaneity)

Life once again become an expression of divinity’s desire to manifest the dream… I’ll meet you there.

Vijaya Stern, Ayurvedic Naturopath, CMT

Vijaya is a highly recognized teacher and practitioner of Ayurveda. She has served as a Board of Directors for the California Association of Ayurvedic Medicine (CAAM). She has practiced in California, Hawaii, Idaho and New York. A graduate of Clayton College of Naturopathic Medicine in 1993, she has devoted her main course of study to Ayurvedic Medicine with Dr. Vasant Lad at the Ayurvedic Institute in Albuquerque, NM since 1982. Vijaya has also studied with Dr. Sunil Joshi, Dr. Ranade, Lopsong Rapgay, Deepak Chopra and Vajra Ma (Sacred Dance), along with advanced Ayurvedic studies in India. Vijaya has taught Ayurveda and PanchaKarma (ayurvedic rejuvenation) at several Massage Schools and at the New England Institute of Ayurvedic Medicine in Boston, MA. Other areas of study include Emotional Breathwork, Sanskrit Chanting, Tantric Mysticism and several forms of Yoga. She is the originator of Shakti Marga ( the Path of Feminine Power) Tantric Therapeutic Movement, which incorporates Ayurveda, Tantra, Yoga and Breathwork into a form of self-healing.

Very much looking forward to spending a long weekend with you while you share your words of wisdom. I wanted to share with you that I feel AMAZING!!!! Something major shifted about 10 days ago. I think my herbs kicked in and the kapha diet is agreeing with me. I’ve also been doing my smoothie and a bit of juicing (you’re right, the Norwalk is high maintenance and messy-still picking up carrots and kale from my ceiling and dining room!) but the juice is oh so good. Worth the time and mess.

I wouldn’t be feeling this well without getting my physiology straightened out.

Thank you!!!! Namaste!

Terrie
I felt compelled to write you to tell you how fantastic I feel already. I saw you on Thurs and began my food disciplines right away. I have taken my herbs as prescribed and one of the immediate things I noticed is that the herbs I take after lunch and dinner immediately make me feel light in the stomach. The discomfort is totally gone. I was able to do sit-ups without feeling nauseous or pressure.

Further, for the first time in about a year, I have slept straight through the night! I had no idea how out of balance I truly was. I am looking forward to continually getting better.

Thank you. Have a great new year.

Shelly

Rasa- [ruhs-uh] [Eng. Ras-uh]- noun [Origin: Sanskrit]

Sentiment or emotion; love; pleasure; charm; rapport; resonance; harmony; the first note (in a musical scale); nectar; flavor or taste (in food, or Hindu aesthetics), sap or juice of the body, immune system, essence; semen; substances like mercury, or any mineral metallic salt; the likes of what homeopathy uses in very small dilutions to heal.