Gratitude is the foundation for Abundance
Wife of Lord Vishnu, Lakshmi is usually depicted with four arms to represent the goals of a successful life: Dharma (righteous living), Kama (worldly pleasure), Artha (prosperity), Moksha (spiritual liberation).
Love, Beauty, and Devotion
Radha: The Goddess of devotion (also call Radhika) is “the queen of worship”. In some texts, she is described as “the supreme goddess, the protector of all, and the mother of the entire universe”. She is almost always depicted with the Hindu god Krishna. In Bhakti yoga (yoga of devotion) the goddess Radha is very important. She is considered the entrance to the union of souls and the sacred.
The 7th chakra is called the Crown Chakra or the “thousand petal lotus” chakra and is located at the crown of the head.
This is the chakra of enlightenment and spiritual connection to our higher selves, others, and ultimately, to the divine. It is located at the crown of the head
The crown chakra (or Sahasrara in Sanskrit) is associated with the color violet or white.
The 7th chakra represents the connection between you and the divine. It is responsible for spirituality, belief systems, revelation, divine consciousness, and enlightenment. Your brain functions and the central nervous system are controlled by this chakra.
How to balance the sixth chakra, the third eye chakra. This chakra is called the third eye and can also translate to “beyond wisdom.”It opens up our mind to information beyond the material world and the 5 senses and sharpens our intuition.The third eye’s center (or Ajna in Sanskrit) is located between the eyebrows and radiates down the mouth and up to the top of the head.
How to balance the fifth chakra, the throat chakra.
The throat chakra (or Vishuddha in Sanskrit) as you may have guessed, is located in the throat and is represented by the colour blue or turquoise.
This is our source of verbal expression and the ability to speak our highest truth. The fifth chakra includes the neck, thyroid, and parathyroid glands, jaw, mouth, and tongue.
How to balance your fourth chakra, the heart chakra.
The heart chakra is one of the most important ones because it connects the bottom three chakras (associated with materiality) with the top three ones (associated with spirituality).
The third chakra is called the solar plexus chakra (or Manipura in Sanskrit) and is located in the upper abdomen in the stomach area (just below the breast bone)
The color associated with the third chakra is YELLOW.
The second chakra is called the Sacral Chakra (or Svadhisthana in Sanskrit) and is located above the pubic bone, below the navel.
The color ORANGE is associated with the sacral chakra.
This sacral chakra represents our creativity and our sexual center. It is responsible for our creative expression.
How to balance the root chakra?
The first chakra is called the root chakra (or Muladhara in Sanskrit).
It’s represented by the color RED and is located at the base of the spine in the tailbone area.
The root chakra represents family, community, instinct, the ability to be grounded, structure and survival.
When the root chakra is blocked, for example, if you are dealing with family issues, money problems, isolation, loneliness, or lack of any kind, you might experience bladder problems, constipation, lower back pain, eating disorders, kidney stones or weakness in the legs.
Some people say “have a great day.” Doesn’t this statement sounds like your day is based on luck or external factors? At Wild Grace, we believe in saying, “make it a great day.” This statement is based on internal factors—it is up to us to set our own intentions, be mindful and choose how we will think, feel and behave.
Foods that Support Skin Health
What you eat (and don’t eat) can greatly affect your overall health, including the health of your skin. If you want glowing, radiant skin, consider avoiding processed foods that are stripped of their nutrition and get back to basics with whole foods that are nutrient dense.
Did you know all natural Indian spices offer antioxidant-rich ingredients that you can use topically to optimize the beauty and health of your skin? The following spices can offer your skin a number of health benefits, plus beauty and the elimination of blemishes, for a price that won’t break the bank!
Are you familiar with the latest skin care cleansing treatment, the oil-cleansing method? In simple terms, this treatment is where you use natural oil ingredients in order to remove oil and impurities from your face. It might sound counter-intuitive;
Pitta is like Fire.
Avoid spicy, fried, overly oily foods, caffeine & alcohol.
Combine foods with herbs that will cool the digestive tract such as coriander, fennel, cardamom.
Drink warm lemon water first thing in the morning to cleanse & detoxify the skin & internal organs.
In order to understand how to take care of your skin as far as hydrating and moisturizing goes, it’s important to understand water loss to your skin—when and why it happens. Trans-Epidermal Water Loss (TEWL) is the amount of water your skin loses each day. We lose approximately half a liter of water due to a variety of factors, like temperature--low temperatures are linked to greater TEWL and on the flip side,