An overload of food, or experiences, leave us sick in the belly, or the mind.

Digesting Reality

Today is the third day of the Ayurvedic cleanse I’m hosting with some meditators, and it’s got me thinking about digestion. Not just what the intestines are doing kind of digestion, but about digesting experiences. How well can you take the experiences that happen to you and break them down so they are useful lessons as opposed to storing them as stress in the system?

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Instructor of Vedic Meditation and Founder of The Vedic Method and Meditation Without Borders. Also, mother to Scarlett, Delphine and Adrian.

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Kristen Vandivier

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Instructor of Vedic Meditation and Founder of The Vedic Method and Meditation Without Borders. Also, mother to Scarlett, Delphine and Adrian.

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