This isn’t the only way to give a foot massage. And, if you’re a novice, it will get you started. It’s great to give yourself a foot massage just before bed. Better yet, trade massages with your spouse or partner.
However we choose to manage our pain, there is healing to do. It is the human condition. This work is, in fact, something we all have in common. We all seek it: a way to become whole.
Gemstones and crystals are some of the oldest and highest vibration materials on the planet. Used for thousands of years by ancient civilizations, from the Egyptians to the Aztecs, gemstones have been used in healing rituals as well as jewelry and as talismans for their powerful ability to release mental, physical, and spiritual blockages.
These spicy pancakes help to build resistance to colds and flu. Also known as “anti-smog pancakes,” these help to overcome the ill effects of living in a polluted environment.
This nutritious beverage provides the necessary daily doses of sesame or almond oil to nurture your skin and hair, chlorophyll as an internal cleanser, and rice bran syrup which supports the nervous system.
Mango Lassi is a delicious, cooling, and refreshing beverage that can help correct liver and menstrual disorders, as well as poor eyesight.
In the tradition of yogic cooking, this spicy, hearty recipe is very tasty and health-promoting. The spices help to purify the blood, stimulate digestion, and increase energy.
Beets are one of the most potent liver detox foods you can eat. Mixed up with a few complementary ingredients, such as garam masala, carrots, and cheese, they make a simple, satisfying, and outstandingly delicious casserole.
The thought of a cold shower first thing in the morning can be shocking at first (unless, of course, you’re one of the 43% of people worldwide without the luxury of hot water). Known as Ishnaan in the East, and popularized by Wim Hof, Tony Robbins, and the world of Kundalini Yoga, cold showers are a form of hydrotherapy with proven benefits for good health.
Golden Milk is easy to prepare, which makes it well fit for an at-home self-care staple. It’s a warm drink made of milk, turmeric, and often black pepper or honey.