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Thanks so much for taking a little time to tell me about your eating patterns.


Based on what you’ve shared with me today, it looks like the hidden obstacle that is blocking you from experiencing true food freedom is BURNOUT, which is caused by currently imbalanced pitta dosha.


Pitta dosha is made up of the elements of fire and water. 


It’s everywhere in nature, and in you, too! Its primary responsibility in your body and mind is transformation. 


In balance, pitta dosha provides courage and determination. It will help you stay organized and get things done. 


But when there's too much of it, you tend to want to control things you can’t control and FORCE things to happen. 


When things don’t work out quite the way you planned, it’s easy to become impatient, frustrated or angry.


When it comes to food freedom and finding what works for your body, you like a strategic approach and you want to understand how things work. 


You may spend a lot of time online reading the latest scientific studies on health or assessing the nutritional components of the food you’re eating. 


You like to take information and transform it into action. 


You’re really good at following a plan, but you can tend to overdo it, sometimes even going to the extreme with exercise and strict diet rules and then you end up feeling burnt out and frustrated - like nothing is changing despite doing it all.


If you’ve been exploring Ayurveda, you may have been aware that vata imbalance has had some impact on you. Perhaps you have already experimented with ways to calm the doshas without getting very far. 


But let me tell you that lots of the common suggestions out there, like long lists of foods you CAN’T have, are usually incomplete, and give limited results. 


This is because they don’t offer a fully holistic approach.

A holistic approach is really a mind-set shift which means you need to look at a situation from all angles and understand how all of the pieces work together as a WHOLE. 


So while I can say that vata dosha is playing a big role in your issues with food, here’s what I see as the deepest source of the problem - the mahagunas.


The mahagunas of rajas and tamas are energies that cause serious disturbance in the mind, and lead you to make choices that don’t serve your highest good when it comes to your eating.


How does that work exactly? Let me explain.


Rajas is the energy of action. 


It’s what has you pushing for perfection on the outside instead of focusing on the KEY shifts you need to make inside in order to really experience freedom in your relationship with food and in your life.


Tamas is the energy of inertia.


It’s what you fall into when you’re just totally EXHAUSTED by trying to get it all right. Tamas is what has you forcing yourself to follow rules and guidelines even when they don’t seem to be good for your body. Tamas is what has you choose harshness or intensity over self-love.


I suspect that you are experiencing issues related to both excess rajas and tamas, and this is what has you stuck in a cycle of constantly analyzing your health and weight, trying to do it all perfectly, overdoing it and then ending up tired and frustrated.


So the thing is, if you really want to resolve this once and for all you need to get to the core of the issue.


It’s understanding these energies of the mind, the unseen forces that pull you in directions you don’t actually want to go.


I know you’ve been trying for a long time to feel good in your body.


You’re making your best efforts, trying to do all the right things and getting nowhere. It’s not right!


What you’ve been missing is this unique insight I’m offering into your mind.


When you understand what causes rajas and tamas, then you can calm your mind, stop pushing yourself and release yourself from food prison. 


I’d like to offer you a special invitation ... 

... to our free private online community, the Hale Pule Sangha.


The Hale Pule Sangha is a community of individuals from around the world who practice Ayurveda and Yoga to raise awareness and grow in understanding and love. It’s a sweet, sattvic, and safe space. 

Being part of a sangha is essential in the healing journey. Without it, you can feel lonely, separated, and disconnected. It’s become common to feel isolated these days, even if you practice Yoga asana in a studio. We can turn up to class, complete our asana practice and leave without getting to know the person on the mat beside you. Our Sangha offers you the opportunity to build deeper relationships in a like-hearted group. This makes it easier to commit to and sustain your practices. It’s also much more fun!


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I look forward to connecting with you.





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