Discover the Difference in The Ayurveda Experiment
Ayurveda addresses the root cause of disease by promoting healing from the inside out. By taking part in this holistic experiment, you embark on a journey that will lead you to levels of health and wellbeing that you’ve only ever dreamed of.
About the Book
The Ayurveda Experiment is a self-guided program that will teach you how to apply principles of Ayurveda into your life to achieve balance. Take charge of your health today by reserving your copy.
A Look Inside: from the Introduction
"When I found Ayurveda, I was about to turn 38 years old. I had already been pregnant 4 times, birthed 2 children (the other 2 had been early miscarriages), and was working full-time as a School Counselor, all the while trying to balance home life, my job, and regular yoga practice. Feeling like I never had enough time, like I was always running but never getting anywhere, I was overweight, emotionally reactive, unstable, and tired. I had aches and pains in my body, couldn’t think clearly on most days, and I was often angry.
I felt as if I were in a recurring dream, and not a very good one. And I couldn’t wake up. It was worse when I drank alcohol. I was easily frustrated, quick to snap at my husband or children, and once a month, the day before I got my period, I would explode like a ticking time bomb. So, I did what most people do when they need help, I started looking to friends to see how they managed.
I talked to people, I shared my experience, and after a short period of research what I discovered was that I was not alone. Most people had the same exact or similar situations, most were actually worse off, and the majority were self-medicating with marijuana and alcohol. Others had started taking antidepressants or anti-anxiety medications and relied on them to function, but still, they did not feel good. Still others, like me, we're looking for solutions through more natural means like diet and lifestyle change."
Ayurveda in a Nutshell: What You Need to Know
"What’s wrong with the western system of medicine and treatment? Nothing. We are really talking about apples and oranges when it comes to western medicine versus Ayurveda. Western medicine is often palliative and aims to treat symptoms while Ayurveda seeks to address the root cause. One of the purposes of this book is to direct you to be a student of yourself and experiment and draw conclusions using real-time and relevant data.
It will provide you with the information and the tools you need to address the cause of any illness presenting itself in your body or mind. Because the science of Ayurveda is eternal and unchanging, I can tell you that beyond the time of this book’s publication date, beyond any popularity that Ayurveda experiences in modern culture, beyond my own life, and into any point in the future, the science of you discovering who you are using the principles of Ayurveda will not change. The science of Ayurveda is unchanging, and what that means is that despite changes in culture and technology, the principles of Ayurveda remain the same."
What Will You Be Able to Achieve?
Holistic in nature, Ayurveda is based on the belief that a person’s health and wellness depend on a delicate balance between the mind, body, and spirit. The experiment can help you gain: