Spring is right around the corner and this is a time of rebirth. The trees begin to show signs of foliage again, the color green returns to nature, we feel more moisture in the air, our bodies begin to feel lighter, and we naturally want to move more and spend time outdoors.

Nature becomes saturated with moisture and more signs of life re-emerge.

Spring is the season of new beginnings and renewal. It’s a time for manifesting all the seeds that we planted during the winter.

Our bodies sense an opportunity for a clean,  fresh start. We naturally want to cleanse and detox and change our diet from the heavy foods of winter to the fresher foods of spring.

Mentally and emotionally we experience a renewed sense of inspiration and energy.

Ayurveda is a 5,000-year-old ancient Indian system of how to live a healthy life and avoid disease. It is a complete approach to health and lifestyle management. This system incorporates diet, nutrition, physical movement, meditation, prayer, and herbal supplements. It even addresses our love life, and every season is the perfect time to celebrate love – a new love, a seasoned love, a new season in our relationship.

Therapy in Ayurveda is based on an understanding of the underlying concepts of energetics inherent in the world. It is based on the five elements of nature – earth, water, fire, air, and space – that combine to form three unique doshas, or mind-body-spirit constitutions. The three doshas are Vata, Pitta, and Kapha.

All of us have Vata, Pitta, and Kapha, but it’s important to find out which dosha is primary, secondary, and tertiary and in what ratios we have these doshas so that we can correct any imbalances in the most efficient way. Take this dosha quiz to find out your dosha.

Vata is the energy of movement; Pitta is the energy of transformation; and Kapha is the energy of stability.

Once you know what your primary dosha is, you can use the following Ayurvedic guidelines to improve your love life:

For Vata Dosha
Being in a relationship with a Kapha dosha person balances you
Move slow and steady throughout life
Think less and act more
Stay committed to your partner
Practice consistent and supportive behavior
Exercise caution with sexual experimentation

For Pitta Dosha
Being in a relationship with a Vata dosha or Kapha dosha person balances you
Engage in soothing conversations
Reduce confrontation
Enjoy relaxing massages
Take breaks throughout your day to cool off
Slow down and take your time when it comes to foreplay and sex

For Kapha Dosha
Being in a relationship with a Vata dosha person balances you
Have an active family life
Engage in stimulating conversations
Encourage your partner to talk more to prevent stagnation in the relationship
Go out more and take up new interests
Participate in more sexual activities

Your relationship can improve if you understand the doshas and how they affect your relationship dynamic. To learn more about your doshas and how to balance them, contact me.

This spring, feel love surrounding you and blessing you. You are the emissary of Light and Love. Carry it everywhere you go and to everyone you meet.

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