My A-Ha! That Led Me from Striving to Thriving

My A-Ha! That Led Me from Striving to Thriving


May 18. 2017 | by Devi Archer | A-Ha! Moments, Featured Articles

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The past few months have been a struggle to meet commitments with my characteristic zeal, enthusiasm, and “can-do” attitude. I felt like a balloon that had...

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Balancing Your Energy Through Nature’s Seasons (March 2016 A-Ha! Moments)


May 4. 2017 | by Brook Still | A-Ha! Moments, Featured Videos

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In this A-Ha! Moments excerpt Brook Still discusses how to balance and align yourself with the energy of nature's seasons and how to use each season's...

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The Three Gunas of Ayurveda

The Three Gunas of Ayurveda


April 14. 2016 | by Devi Archer | A-Ha! Moments, Featured Articles

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  According to Sankhya philosophy and the cosmology of Ayurveda, all of creation is a complex interplay of consciousness and nature-matter.  Arising from the foundation of primordial nature are three interdependent attributes known as the three Gunas.  The word “Guna” is translated as “string”, “thread” or “strand”, which implies that they are fundamental forces interwoven throughout all things and all beings in the natural world.  The three Gunas are referred to as Sattva (the essence of balance and absence from craving), Rajas (energy and desire), and Tamas (substance and inertia).  The expressions of these three Gunas manifest in various proportions and are always in flux.  Sattva is considered to be predominant when the qualities of Rajas and Tamas are balanced or in harmony. The Three Gunas: Essence of Sattva: adaptable, awakening, beingness, brightness, calm, clarity, compassion, complete, constructive, creative, equanimity, fulfillment, happiness, harmony, holistic, illumination, intelligence, joy, knowledge, light, luminosity, peace, preservation, purity, positive, tranquility, transcendence, truth, unifying, and virtuous. Tendencies of Rajas: activity, agitation, anxiety, approval-seeking, argumentative, attachment to material objects, pleasure and stimulation of the senses, competition, control,...

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