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Paleo Ayurveda and Spartan Yoga - Vie Binga & Tim Ganley EPISODE 3, 4th June 2020
Ayurveda and Vata Derangement Syndrome - Part 2

Ayurveda and Vata Derangement Syndrome - Part 2


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  • Talking about Vata derangement can cause Vata derangement
  • One of the 10 pairs of opposite qualities in Ayurveda is dry and oily / wet / unctuous
  • The dry quality is one of the main characteristics of the Vata dosha
  • Examples of the manifestation of the dry quality are dry skin, or cracked lips
  • Fear has the dry quality
  • The oily quality cultivates compassion and cohesiveness
  • The opposite of love is not hate, it is fear
  • Hate is a symptom of fear
  • The cause of every negative emotion is fear
  • Depending on every person’s weakness (kha vaigunya in Sanskrit) fear will manifest as a particular negative emotion
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  • Internal oleation is a lot more important than external oleation
  • Eating good nourishing fats is the best way for internal oleation
  • When our brain does not get the fat it needs, it will experience the fight, flight or freeze state
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  • Most oils other than coconut oil and olive oil can oxidize easily
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  • Properly adding good fat to your daily diet will help you avoid the Vata Derangement Syndrome
  • Ayurveda does not recommend eating raw foods
  • Weston Price #4 Principle of the 11 Wise Traditions: Eat some animal foods raw; cook most plant foods.
  • Good fat transforms to sustained energy, whereas carbohydrates transform to very short quick bursts of energy
  • Save your carbohydrates for later in the day
  • Think of fruit as dessert and combine it with good fat to balance the sugar effect
  • Our insulin is our Kapha regulator
  • The more stable our insulin is the more stability we experience in every aspect of our life
  • Don’t drink and drive no matter how much fat you put with your alcohol
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