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Seasonal Sangha Four Core Values

If we want to find true wellbeing, our values must match our actions, we don’t have to do it perfectly, but that’s the commitment. At Seasonal Sangha we follow the four foundations of Dharma (read this blog, it’s not the kind of dharma you think). Nourish We...

Moving from ‘me’ to ‘we’

In the summer I’ve declared that I’m leaving social media in the autumn, I even took a course ‘how to run a business without social media. Then a friend said to me: You’ve said that you want to move from ‘me’ to ‘we’, does leaving social media serve you or the...

Spring Liver Love

Spring is the best time to support our liver, activate the detoxification process and get rid of stagnation so we can feel more active and energetic. If there are imbalances in our liver energy, liver symptoms can flare. Symptoms such as migraine headaches, hay fever,...

From Death to Rejuvenation

Death talks for Rejuvenation. I hope you are soaking up every bit of sunshine and experiencing more hope and inspiration. The world can feel overwhelming sometimes and many spiritual traditions suggest that befriending death is how we can feel fully alive. So at our...

Rutu Sandhi – In-between seasons

Spring in the air? We are now at the Rutu Sandhi, or in-between seasons. It is the time when we are transiting from winter to Spring.  Nature has patience and we too benefit from gradual, gentle changes rather than sudden ones, which can affect our nervous system...

Rejuvenate for your Dharma

Being in the service of others, connection and generosity is how we create wellbeing in the brain. We are social creatures and we thrive when our actions can benefit others. That's what I mean when I say dharma. When we create a lifestyle that supports rejuvenation:...

Five Ways to ‘Surf’ the Winter Blues 

Winter darkness can support us in slowing down and going in but SAD (seasonal affective syndrome) can take us to emotional dark places too. It's true that we produce less serotonin and more melatonin over the winter, which basically means that we are still...

Feminine Economy 

I was shocked to read a statistic that estimated that between one-third to two-thirds of women now aged 25-55 will be impoverished when they are 70 years old.Financial wellbeing is one of the four pillars of the Purushartha, the Vedic manual for a well-lived life.So...

Effective solution to addictions

Hi friends,How are we?We had a huge rise in addictions amid the pandemic.Addictions can manifest differently in different people, for some it will be substances, for others food, sex, control, power, worrying, even over-exercising. Over 100 years, we based our...

Six Easy Tips on how to Cleanse

The protocol from ancient medicine systems, especially in Ayurveda, is you clean the body to help it do what it needs to do. The body knows what to do, of course, but if imbalances exist, it only has the energy to survive. It doesn’t have the luxury of regenerating,...