If you’re a knowledge junkie like me or looking to figure out why you can’t seem to find balance in your life, my conversation with author and Ayurvedic expert, Sahara Rose will likely set off a lightbulb or two for you – at least it did for me.
Be sure to listen in as Sahara explains her personal journey with Ayurveda and how you too can gain more balance in your life by figuring out your own mind body type (dosha). It may be easier than you think!
Questions Asked in This Episode:
• Can you tell us your story and how you came to be an expert on Ayurveda?
• Did you find that a lot of self-healing happened when you wrote your book?
• What are the different mind body (dosha) types?
• How can we help our bodies feel better and more at ease?
• What is the smallest thing we can do to start shifting and noticing the ways in which we feel better?
• How did eating for your mind body type affect your mentally? What opened up for you?
• What started showing up for you when you started to change your habits?
• What did you do/think about in order to shift gears?
• Are you incorporating all three doshas into your eating and exercising habits?
• What are some of the biggest (and most important) takeaways that you would love people to implement in order to feel shifts?
“When you’re in the right place at the right time, things will just happen really fast.”
“This is so much more than food. It’s not just food we’re digesting; it’s thoughts, emotions, and experiences, too.”
“Ayurveda is a spiritual practice grounded in the physical body.”
“Earth provides us with what our bodies need at that time.”
“It’s not, ‘you are what you eat.’ It’s ‘you are what you digest.’”
Sahara Rose is the best-selling author of the Idiot’s Guide to Ayurveda (Penguin Random House) and has been called “a leading voice for the millennial generation into the new paradigm shift” by Deepak Chopra. She is a 26-year-old Certified Ayurvedic, Holistic and Sports Nutritionist, wellness blogger and host of the Highest Self Podcast, listed as top 7 podcasts by Yoga Journal. Sahara’s mission is to awaken people of their innate potential so they can share their gifts and fulfill their purpose on this planet.