Onions, garlic, and ginger are known as the Trinity Roots. In the yogic diet, these foods are essential for cleansing, sustaining, and producing energy.
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Kundalini Yoga offers a way to catalyze health in all aspects of your life, with yogic perspectives on diet and food, personal care, healing, emotional and psychological well-being, and more.
Nourish your practice and your body with a yogic diet, featuring foods that are light and healthy (sattvic). The delicious recipes below have a harmonizing effect on the body, mind, and spirit.
Service (seva) lies at the heart of yogic living. In yoga, the word “seva” describes acts of compassion and care for others. We invite you to awaken and elevate this integral aspect of the yogic path in your life.
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A spiritual name is a tool given to elevate your energy through the power of its inherent sound current and meaning. It is meant to embody your Soul identity. Many traditions embrace the giving of spiritual names.