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Paleo Ayurveda and Spartan Yoga - Vie Binga & Tim Ganley EPISODE 7, 2nd July 2020
Ayurveda and Vata Derangement Syndrome - Part 6

Ayurveda and Vata Derangement Syndrome - Part 6

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  • Sometimes the best way to address a complicated situation is through simplicity
  • The Ayurvedic Law of Similars states that: Similars Increase; Opposites Balance
  • When something has the "spreading" quality, the first way to address it is by inducing the "static" quality
  • The Ayurvedic blueprint always takes into consideration the "context", the framework of the situation at hand, the different parameters
  • Good fat molds and nourishes, the healthy static quality in your life along with the soft, oily and smooth
  • Good fat helps your mental endurance
  • Nootropics are called "Medhya Rasayana" in Ayurveda, meaning brain rejuvenation
  • The best nootropic is good fat, think good butter, lard and tallow
  • Ashwagandha is a "popular" nootropic that may not be good for a lot of people, especially those with nightshade sensitivity
  • Brahmi, another popular nootropic, does not work unless you take a large enough amount, a lot higher than the regular recommended dosage
  • If you do not have a healthy gut, nootropics won't do much for you
  • If the nootropics are not prepared properly, you won't get much benefits from them
  • The static quality in our mind, when in excess, can turn into fixation and obsession
  • Even though physically we are containing ourselves to prevent the spreading of the issue, mentally we need to remain creative (by cultivating the mobile quality)
  • Extreme obsession has the sharp quality in excess
  • In Ayurveda, the opposite of sharp is dull
  • The dull quality, in excess, manifests as "hitting rock bottom". It happens due to an excess of the sharp quality (obsession with something physical or mental such as food or activity)
  • The only way to bring back into balance an excess of sharp quality (obsession) is through an excess of the dull quality (hitting rock bottom)
  • Mold your mind daily through simplicity so you can withstand anything complicated that could be thrown at you
  • Laughter adds quality to your life
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