What Can Jyotish Astrology Tell Us?
In this episode Dr. Satyavani interviews Casey Scott, Vedic Astrologer, about the science ? of light and asks what we can learn about the world right now through the lens of Jyotish.
Essential Oils for Ayurveda - An Interview with Dr. Heather Lowe
Have you ever thought of Essential Oils as plant medicine? Do you want to incorporate them into your Ayurvedic protocol? Good! In this episode, Dr. Satyavani interviews Dr. Heather Lowe, Doctor of Physical Therapy, Functional Medicine Specialist and Aromatherapy Practitioner, who shares with us great ways to incorporate these earth medicinals into our lives and how they can assist with a lot of common states of dis-ease.
What Do You Do?
In this episode Maria Niglio finishes her interview with Dr. Satyavani and asks what spiritual study and application look like. Why inquire into the self?
I Practice Yoga + Ayurveda
Practicing Yoga ?♀️ and Ayurveda always as a student. We are always students first and our connection to the divine is the most important relationship we will ever have.
Always In Sadhana
Sadhana is spiritual practice and incorporates more then body based asana. How do we apply this in our daily lives?
Spiritual Teachers + Gurus On My Path
Who are the teachers that changed my life and how did I find my gurus? Maria Niglio asks Dr. Satyavani about her path to becoming an Acharya.
Īśvarapraṇidhāna: Surrender to the Divine
What does ego surrender look like? What if we let it all go? Would we find joy? Listen in on how the surrender of the ego is a rebirth and establishes us firmly in karmic work and the path to samadhi.
Svadhyaya : Self Study
Studying the scriptures and applying them to the examination of the self can be one of the hardest activities we can do on the path to spiritual awakening. Why is this important? Find out why in this episode. ?♥️??♀️?
What does the fire ? of transformation feel like? The ancient yogis ?♀️ understood the importance of dedicated and committed practice on the path of freedom. What can we learn from them?
How can we be content in a world that is feeding and literally banking on us being discontent? It comes down to three simple words that the yogis knew: Infinite. Eternal. Whole. You can be content right now. Find out how.