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26 Vasu Dudakia – The Science of Life

26 Vasu Dudakia – The Science of Life

Vasu Dudakia on The Stay Inspired Podcast with Kongit Farrell

Sometimes life can feel like running downhill; nowhere to slow down, and with so much momentum, it feels out of control and impossible to change course. If only we could find that balance and perspective we need to slow down and take control. But there’s good news! What you’re looking for is Ayurveda.

Our guest today is Vasu Dudakia, an Ayurvedic practitioner based in Los Angeles that guides his clients through the ancient holistic practice. Brought up in the Vedic traditions since childhood, Vasu has developed hands-on skills in guiding others to balancing the stresses and pressures of life.

Vasu’s lifelong experience in this time-tested practice has given him wisdom that can help all of us. Whether you are aligned with a Vata, Pitta, or Kapha dosha, Vasu can help you find balance and harmony in your life. Listen in to find out how you can use Ayurveda today!

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“The thing about Ayurveda is that it’s so easy to incorporate into life.” – Vasu Dudakia

Show Notes:

  • What is Ayurveda?
  • How Vasu was born into the Ayurvedic sciences and the effect it had on him growing up
  • The effect of being a person of color on Vasu’s spiritual self
  • The way Ayurveda can help you understand everything
  • The foundations of Ayurveda through the five elements
  • What your dosha is and what it can teach you
  • The way food, lifestyle, and mindset come together to help or hurt you
  • Why Vasu prescribes meditation to all his clients
  • Vasu’s message to those who are skeptical
  • Some readily available herbs that have been used in Ayurveda for thousands of years
“[Ayurveda] doesn’t take away the pungent stink of life, it just allows you to understand it better, so you can come from a place of response instead of reaction. ” – Vasu Dudakia

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“Like increases like, and opposites balance.” – Vasu Dudakia

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