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Durga Leela (Catherine O'Neill) discusses the paths of Ayurveda and yoga as healing tools for recovering from addiction.
She acknowledges that those who become addicted to substances or escapism already have a spiritual foundation within them, and re-routing that through yoga and Ayurveda can lead to major healing.

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Catherine O'Neill (Durga Leela) discusses the paths of Ayurveda and yoga as healing tools for recovering from addiction. She acknowledges that those who beco...

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Vedic Peace Mantra
This Vedic peace mantra is a reminder that the entire universe is filled with God at all times.

Recited by Swami Brahmananda at the Sivananda Ashram Yoga Retreat.
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Gracious Living Creamy Apricot Salad Dressing | sivanandabahamas.org

Gracious Living Creamy Apricot Salad Dressing

Oddly delicious and always nutritious! Recipe thanks to Grace Van Berkum.

  • 1 handful 6-8 soaked organic apricots (Soak your dried fruit in water overnight, or at least a few hours. This makes it easier to digest and also easier to blend as it softens them. Use the apricot water for cereals, puddings, or smoothies.)
  • 1 tbsp unpasteurized miso paste
  • 2 tbsp tahini
  • 2 tbsp organic apple cider vinegar
  • 2 tbsp flax oil
  • a small piece ginger
  • 3 cups water (add more water if it’s too thick)
  • Add sea salt if desired but the miso usually makes it salty enough.

Blend all ingredients until creamy and smooth. Store in mason jar in fridge and just shake it up before using. Will keep about a week.

Grace Van Berkum is a registered holistic nutritionist, Sivananda Yoga teacher, certified personal trainer, and founder of Gracious Living Retreats. Known for her detoxifying and delicious raw, vegan, plant-powered recipe creations, Grace is passionate about the healing power of whole foods from the earth and their ability to increase prana and elevate consciousness. She leads retreats on nutrition, conscious eating, and yoga worldwide.

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