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Day 6: Heaps of mung bean sprouts for next week’s continuation of my Panchakarma Spring cleanse. I’ve been applying the principles of Ayurveda to my life since I was 15 and it’s always felt like the best fit for me. In this detox, I drop the heaviness of winter, its brooding emotions and its habits for a clean, light summer. Not only does this series of rituals give me a greater appreciation for food, clear candida, and reset digestion, but it’s been shown in studies to flush heavy metals and free radicals from deep tissues and blood. #panchakarma #ayurveda #mungbeans #cleanse #detox #kitchari #monodiet View Larger

Day 6: Heaps of mung bean sprouts for next week’s continuation of my Panchakarma Spring cleanse. I’ve been applying the principles of Ayurveda to my life since I was 15 and it’s always felt like the best fit for me. In this detox, I drop the heaviness of winter, its brooding emotions and its habits for a clean, light summer. Not only does this series of rituals give me a greater appreciation for food, clear candida, and reset digestion, but it’s been shown in studies to flush heavy metals and free radicals from deep tissues and blood. #panchakarma #ayurveda #mungbeans #cleanse #detox #kitchari #monodiet


I need your true answer and I need it soon - "two roads diverged in a yellow wood..." - one is an opportunity for me - a good job possibility with earning good money and being able to fulfill my dreams of travelling but this comes with a bold step of moving to the UK from another country in Europe - and the other one is staying at home with an elder family member who is feeling well but it hurts me to leave him behind almost alone... this one though comes with almost 0 income... what do I do? from Anonymous

The best part about all of this is that nothing is permanent. With your family’s blessing, go to the UK and follow your passion with everything you have! You’ll never know unless you do and it sounds like you would regret it if you didn’t go. If you hate it in 6 months, you can always change your mind. If you love it, the possibilities are endless!