Ayurveda believes all disease manifests as a result of emotions lodging into the organs.
Emotions, if not properly digested and released, can crystallize within our being, impacting both our emotional and physical health. This course bundle explores how suppressed emotions can find their home in specific organs, creating imbalances that affect our holistic well-being. Discover which emotions are harbored in which organs and learn insights, tools, and practical techniques to heal and enrich your life.
Unveil this fascinating world of emotional organ health and gain access to 10 hours of live teaching this fall as taught by world-renowned Ayurvedic physician Vasant Lad, BAM&S, MASc.
According to Ayurveda, emotions resonate in certain organs. For instance, grief may reside in the lungs, anger in the liver, love and sorrow in the heart, and guilt in the thyroid. This course bundle provides a deep understanding of these connections, enabling us to address physiological imbalances from their emotional root cause.
Here is the trajectory of the disease process we often see as Ayurvedic practitioners.
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You may not have a specific disease yet, but learning to digest emotions is critical
Repressed emotions may have started to manifest into disease in various organs of the body.
Reflecting on life, you may be dealing with disease or know people with a disease.
You may be experiencing body stiffness, emotional instability or digestive distress.
You may be experiencing pain, distress, and a reduced quality of life.
You may be seeking greater awareness to contextualize life experiences.
What you can do
Learn to pay attention to the subtitles of our body and mind. Notice how emotional triggers and unresolved experiences affect your everyday life, work and relationships.
Learn how to identify and cleanse subtle channels through diet, herbs, lifestyle, and spiritual practices.
Learn to reverse the process of disease and aging through care of the body. Heal the heart and relationships to fully enjoy your remaining years.
For online viewing, we will utilize the Zoom platform. You will receive clear instructions on how to join. All you need is good internet access; a laptop, tablet, or phone with video and audio capabilities; and a fresh and open mind!
Recorded classes or the live replays are available for online participants, and can be accessed through the AyurLearn Portal. Instructions to access your AyurLearn Portal will be emailed to you shortly after purchase.
Our seminars are intentionally accessible for anyone - even those relatively new to Ayurveda. The speaker may become more technical, but we always bring it back to the basics.
Yes! The live component of any class is interactive. We have a state-of-the-art setup for the speaker to have a life-size view of the audience, as if you are sitting together. There will be designated opportunities to ask questions you have related to the content.
Absolutely. Online participants will have unlimited access to the full recorded sessions after the live broadcast.
Programs with live content may be canceled up to 72 hours prior to the start date of the program. Pre-recorded programs are non-refundable. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to submit a request for cancellation.
PACE stands for Professional Acknowledgment for Continuing Education. At the end of your course you will receive a certification that reflects the number of hours completed. The National Ayurvedic Medical Association (NAMA) will generally provide you with 1 PACE credit per hour of instruction. AyurPrana does not offer these credits ourselves and we are not registered with NAMA - nor do we facilitate the submission to NAMA for credit hours, this needs to be competed by the attendee themselves. Our courses ARE accepted for PACE credits - after your course completion, you can submit to NAMA for your PACE credits. Visit NAMA here for more details: https://www.ayurvedanama.org/pace