Studies show that we have between 50,000 and 70,000 thoughts per day. The mind is a central repository for facts and information. It can be a very busy place and a source of great productivity, but at the same time it can also cause significant disturbance and anxiety…
Krsna in the Bhagavad-gita 6.6 shares a revealing insight:
“For him who has conquered the mind, the mind is the best of friends; but for one who has failed to do so, his mind will remain the greatest enemy.”
So what practical steps can we take in our lives to make the mind our friend and not our foe? Following on from October’s session on Ayurveda and the Mind, due to popular demand, this is part 2!
There was so much to get through, as well as so many interesting and relevant questions and discussions, that it was obvious we needed to do another session on the topic.
This session will look at the following:
– A deeper look into the role the mind plays on our overall health
– How does diet affect our mind?
– What can I add to my diet to help with mental health?
– A look at meditation and how it affects our neurological pathways
– How can we incorporate lifestyle practises that will improve our mental state
Date: Sunday 13th December 2015
Time: 9.30am – 12.30pm
Venue: Bhaktivedanta Manor
Course Fee: £20
Please note, it is not necessary to have attended session 1 on this topic in order to attend this one. Both sessions are stand-alone. If however, you would like to receive the recording to session 1, please follow the Paypal link on this page: http://krishnacollege.co.uk/courses/ayurveda-and-the-mind/
You can sign up to this course by following the Paypal link below, or at the Manor reception. You will then receive e-mail confirmation of your place on the course.
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About the speaker
Ananga Sakhi devi dasi has been formally involved with Ayurveda for almost 15 years. She has run clinics across London, delivered numerous talks and seminars and has written a number of articles on different health topics. Her various talks on ‘Pregnancy’ and ‘Ayurveda for the Winter’ were very well received, and thus she is returning to continue with the ‘Ayurveda Series’, with this overview of Ayurveda in everyday life.
Aside from her Vedic understanding, she also has a BSc in Biomedical Sciences, which allows her to understand the science of Ayurveda within the modern context. She is married with two young boys, giving her ample opportunity to put this age old wisdom into practical experience with her own family.