Michelle S.Fondin

The Wheel of Healing with Ayurveda

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Build Optimal Energy and Health in Body, Mind, and Spirit

Ever wondered why you’re feeling out of balance, stressed-out, sick, and exhausted but still can’t sleep? Western medicine often ignores the underlying issues that can lead to fatigue, illness, and disease, but there is a way to revitalize your body and mind without drugs or dangerous side effects. Ayurveda, the “science of life,” is a complete wellness system that includes all that we associate with medical care — prevention of disease, observation, diagnosis, and treatment — as well as self-care practices that are generally absent from Western medicine. This truly holistic approach considers not just diet, exercise, and genetics but also relationships, life purpose, finances, environment, and past experiences. In this thorough and practical book, Michelle Fondin guides you gently through self-assessment questions designed to zero in on your needs and the best practices for addressing them, such as eating plans, addiction treatment, detoxification, and techniques for improving relationships. She outlines easy steps you can take, with minimal cost, to heal common ailments such as high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, excess weight, anxiety, and depression. These time-tested methods for body, mind, and spirit wellness offer benefits to anyone at any age.
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Perfect Health, by Dr. Deepak Chopra,
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Vata person is thin and light and has angular features.
Anastasiya Matsulevitch
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different mind-body type based on the five elements that exist everywhere. Those five elements are space (akasha), air (vayu), fire (tejas), water (jala), and earth (prithivi). In Sanskrit, these elements are called the mahabhutas, or “great elements,” and they influence all other elements. The five elements make up the three principal doshas, or mind-body types, in Ayurveda.

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