The meaning of Ayurvedic River?
Ayurveda is a Sanskrit word for Life Science and river comes from the Sanskrit word Nadi. A Nadi can also be called a channel or a flute. Our gross/physical body is made up entirely of Nadi’s, which carry all nutrients and prana (breath/life force) all over the body. Keeping these Nadis open and flowing supports vitality.
IF WE CAN BECOME STILL, TOUCH OUR BREATH AND CONNECT TO OUR NATURE, WE CAN GO BEYOND THE THOUGHTS THAT CREATE OBSTACLES FOR US
A little of my journey.
My earliest years (childhood) I recall having a fascination with food and a curiosity for the inner content and qualities of plant life. It was in my late twenties, that I learnt that food and plants was actually another form of medicine.
Being born and raised in Liverpool in the 70s, it was very much a fight for survival. Learning that the world is a safe, kind and magic place, has enriched my mind, allowing for creating a continual stream of deep meaningful moments.
In my life I always had an intuitive knowing that something greater existed. I had a natural inclination which gravitated to the supreme, yet I did not seek it, until I was fully awakened to the presence of the almighty and I felt wholeheartedly supported for the first time in my life.
Things I love
Having solitude in nature and being in India always brings me back home to myself. My love of spiritual connections with music/dance, or enlightened conversations and other vedic practices ignites me and takes me in the direction of my hearts desires.
For the sake of whom do I do this work ?
I do this work for my mother, who is a highly intuitive women and who has worked so hard to establish and maintain a good life, after much adversity.
I do this work so that others can begin to live a life of their dreams, becoming empowered with applying self care, in the process of discovering the bliss of being and accepting the unique version them selves.
If we our true to ourselves, others experience the effects of our balanced nature?
Tina Foran is an Ayurvedic Practitioner BSc (Hons), MSc (Advanced Professional Practice), Ayurvedic Chef and Pranayama teacher.
She is dedicated to sharing knowledge of natures medicine, so that we can feel within good ourselves through the pursuit of making adjustments to increase our health & wellness.
Tina has been using nature as a source of medicine for nearly 25 years. She has lived over 3 years India and is immersed in the Vedic sciences.
If we understand the potential benefits of all healthcare systems (Modern and ancient), which means being clear of their strengths and weaknesses, we have great potential to live a balanced life, which allows us to enjoy the sweet moments of daily life.
Life is an experience, and can be so harmonious, yet we are caught up in a cycles of stress. Through changing our nature, we can overcome these patterns and open up to a more expansive version of ourselves.
When we balance our nature, it moves us to living a purposeful life, as we integrate deeper into our being.