Balance Vata with Carrot Milk — My Vedic Kitchen
by Monica Kar
The financial climate of the world at present is enough to cause anxiety among all of us. Recognizing these negative emotions as symptoms of an aggravated Vata dosha helps make sense of them. Vata is the air element in our bodies — very delicate and hard to balance at the best of times. We can help ourselves by trying to pacify Vata.
Here is a nourishing recipe that literally warms you from the inside!
When I was growing up I often heard, "You shall find whatever it is that you seek; and the form of bliss you find will be in keeping with your thoughts." I interpreted that to mean that if you send out positive energy or vibrations into the Universe, only positive energy will come back to you. This has been a personal motto throughout the toughest periods of my life, and I hope it will inspire you as well.
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