So, what does Yoke mean anyway? To yoke means to pull together. To bind together; to unite. It’s often used as a translation for the Sanskrit word yoga; and in yoga, to yoke is to create union between body, mind, soul, and the universal consciousness. Read more
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In the 5,000-year-old holistic science of Ayurveda, three doshas are responsible for governing our psychology, biology and consciousness: vata, pitta and kapha. We each embody all three doshas, but one is typically more dominant. Learning your unique dosha combination can help you to create a holistic regime that supports your utmost well-being. We encourage you to use the products associated...
Brahmi was named after the Goddess Saraswati, the deity of wisdom, art, and music. The plant itself is even shaped like a part of the brain – the cerebellum – thus indicating its efficacy in promoting the deep, penetrating intelligence of Divine Mind.