Seeds of Wisdom Blog & Podcast
The pandemic has given me a unique opportunity to slow down and put together informative articles based on my years of experience treating thousands of people. I will enjoy sharing some of the anecdotes and knowledge that I have acquired through my education and in working with all of you.
I started this blog as a forum to create conversation — something more relaxed, informative, noteworthy and inclusive, and maybe even funny!
Choose from an article or podcast and if you’d like a deeper dive, check out my webinar series!
I hope it will spark a new approach to your health in these challenging times.
My own journey with food as I reflect on it was eye-opening. I grew up in India as a lacto-vegetarian. Every meal was freshly cooked, and the produce was brought in every day from the farms nearby. The blending or herbs and spices were unique to this cuisine. My father from time to time when he travelled would bring home chocolates, or mayonnaise, or ketchup till it caught on in India and in my opinion became an industrial food.
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The Seeds of Wisdom sprouted from the idea that in each one of us we have seeds – a knowing, that has not been manifested, but latent. As I sow these seeds, giving them air, light and water, the ever-flowing elements of nature, the seeds will manifest and give expression – an innate consciousness.
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