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Importance of Diet in Meditation and Yoga Asana



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Most of us are well versed in the idea of yoga and meditation as effective interventions for maintaining good health. However, how many of us have actually pondered on the role of diet in yoga and meditation practice? Just as many of us are consumed over perfecting our daily yoga practice, following a yoga diet can help quicken to achieve our health goals. In fact, following a proper diet is crucial to gaining desired results from a yoga practice.

But, there are several myths surrounding a proper yoga diet and the kind of foods that a yoga practitioner should consume. This article delves into such areas and provides diet tips for gaining the most out of one’s meditation and yoga sessions.

Food for thought!

Food is information for the body. What we eat affects our yoga and meditation practice in different ways. However, both yoga and meditation require energy and mental focus. So, by consuming balanced meals, we can optimize our mind and body for gainful yoga and meditation sessions.  Furthermore, if you intend to practice rigorous asanas or meditate for longer durations, it’s imperative that your nutrition choices should be such that they keep you active and energized.

Also, it’s important to be satiated by consuming a nutritious meal. Otherwise, hunger pangs will distract you from concentrating your mind on meditation. Furthermore, consuming more tamasic foods or foods such as non-vegetarian foods, and stale and reheated foods can lead to toxin formation in our bodies. This can make us sluggish and tired, therein making yoga and meditation practice all the more difficult. 

Now let us discuss yoga diet specifics pertaining to yoga asanas and meditation in some more detail.

Yoga diet in meditation

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Its common knowledge that meditation works to lighten our mental load. This mental load can be stress, worry, anxiety, feelings of jealousy, anger, and other negative emotions. There have been many scientific studies and anecdotal shreds of evidence that suggest the role of meditation in curing negative emotive states. But, practicing and acing meditation requires focus. However, to sustain razor-sharp focus over extended periods, one needs to be energized and feel clear, fresh, and light. For instance, if you start your meditation practice after having a heavy meal, your body will use up the energy reserves in digesting the food and leave you with less energy to concentrate on meditation. This can leave you distracted and frustrated. In hindsight, our brains are made up of 60% fats. Hence, including healthy fats in the diet is vital for effective focus during meditative practices.

Your food choices are also largely dependent on the time of the day you choose to meditate. Fasting is important the previous night if you are hoping for a fruitful still morning meditation. As mentioned earlier when we eat, our metabolism gets fired up and expends energy in digesting the food. Moreover, what we eat the night before also affects our meditation practice. If our bowels are irritated it would be difficult to focus on meditation the morning after. Moreover, this can leave us with depleted energy for the actual meditation session. However, when we fast, our mind is in a relaxed state, quiet and still. 

However, if you intend to meditate in the evening, then, choose to have meals at least two hours prior to your practice. This will ensure that the food is digested well and your body is in an idle and relaxed state.

Yoga diet for asana practice

Yoga asanas are of various types and kinds. However, every yoga practice requires energy and mental alertness during practice. Moreover, mental focus can prevent injuries during yoga sessions. Also, a light and agile body can allow for more purposeful and deeper asana practice. All these optimum states can be achieved by following a proper yoga diet.

Similar to meditation, a yoga practice should be performed on an empty stomach. Like meditation, meals should be consumed at least two hours prior to yoga. Also, if you intend to perform rigorous asanas, then have meals that are nutritive yet easily digestible so that you have optimum energy levels for your yoga workout.

Foods such as green leafy vegetables, fruits, nuts, and seeds along with whole grains are good choices and offer sustained energy levels. Plus, drink plenty of fluids like water and coconut water to replenish the electrolyte levels in your body.

Diet rules for effective yogic practice

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Ayurveda has divided foods into three categories, namely – Tamasic (lethargic, slow), Rajasic (spicy, hot, fast), and Sattvic (harmony, purity).

Rajasic foods are bitter, hot, dry, or spicy and tend to overstimulate our senses while Tamasic foods, like alcohol and nonvegetarian foods, are heavy toxin-producing foods. They can make us sluggish and tired. Sattvic foods like fresh leafy vegetables, fruits, nuts, and seeds nourish the body and help us attain a peaceful and calm state of mind. Such a Sattvic diet is suitable for a yoga regimen. There is much more to a Saatvic diet which you can learn in detail by attending yoga teachers’ training courses at various places in India.

Your yoga diet should be from organic sources

As per Ayurveda, your yoga diet should be free of chemicals and stimulants.  You must refrain from consuming caffeine, alcohol, tobacco, and artificial sweeteners and additives. Always try to buy organic produce and if possible try and cultivate your own small kitchen garden to source fresh veggies.

Follow a vegetarian diet

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Animal protein is high in uric acid and toxins which get deposited in your joints and tissues. This can cause many ailments including cancer. Instead, choose to eat high-quality plant protein such as legumes and pulses.

Eat your meals two hours before yoga and sleep

As already explained above, eating meals two hours before yoga will help you to expend energy on performing the right postures rather than on digestion. The same rule applies when you sleep.

Observe weekly fasting

Give your digestive system a chance to reset by giving it some break. You can achieve this by fasting once a week. Choose to have plenty of water and fruit juices to keep you going. According to Ayurveda, fasting helps purify your body and mind and prepares you well for yoga and meditation practices.

Closing thoughts

A yoga diet plays an important role in getting the most out of yoga and meditation sessions. However, Ayurveda has a more personalized approach to diet and nutrition which is largely influenced by one’s constitution. Hence, it’s worthwhile to consult a trained Ayurvedic professional to decide on the dos and don’ts pertaining to a yogic diet plan.

Om is a blogger at Retreat Kula, a booking website that specializes in yoga and Ayurveda retreats in India. He is always on the lookout for interesting places to visit. It took him 25 years to realize where his true calling lies, but once that was done, there’s been no looking back.


Exposing the Fluoride Deception: Facts, Issues, and Tips



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We all know most commercial tubes of toothpaste contain fluoride, right? Did you also know that since 1962 PHS (Public Health Service) recommended the addition of Fluoride in your tap water? Their reason is to reduce tooth decay! Is this factual or misleading? Let’s revisit the archives for some answers, shall we?

Fluoride 101: The Facts

Fluoride is very toxic and active biologically. It interferes with many basic biochemical processes like enzymes, proteins, and hydrogen bonds. So, it shouldn’t surprise us that there’s a wide range of health effects that are attributed to fluoride.

The fact remains that fluoride is very active ecologically. It was first championed in the 1950s by biochemists like James Sumner, who won a Nobel Prize for enzyme chemistry. 

However, these scientists were wrong to give fluoride “good PR” because of how much it has affected the health of millions of people in China, India, and several regions of Africa. Fluoride has even crippled some individuals, yet such incidents go under the radar. 

This is why we must ask ourselves, “Is there an adequate margin of safety between the fluoride doses that cause detrimental health effects?”

But before we get into the health effects, there’s a more pressing concern: 

Fluoride in bottled baby milk/water

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According to research, babies in the US dependent on bottle-fed milk or water are getting 250 times higher doses of fluoride than those dependent on breast milk. That is extremely disturbing and leads us through the list of health concerns.

Fluoride-Related Health Issues

Let us begin with dental fluorosis. Fluoride causes discoloration and mottling of the tooth enamel. When this practice began in 1945, the promoters of fluoridation thought they could limit dental fluorosis to ten percent of children in its very mild form.

However, effects started showing sooner rather than later. 25% of children aged 12 to 15 across the country developed mild fluorosis. Their teeth cusps had little specs of opaque, white patches. Despite these worrying signs, the promoters tried to hide this data from dentists.

They thought 25% would be an acceptable trade-off for lowering tooth decay.

In 2010, however, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) told us that 41% of children aged 12 to 15 in the US had developed mild dental fluorosis. That’s a staggering 11% increase.

Shockingly, the fluorosis was not only mild. Another 3.6% of the children had moderate and severe fluorosis, which impacts up to 100% of the tooth surface, causing indentations and teeth chipping.

Therefore, that trade-off between reducing tooth decay and producing dental fluorosis but holding it only to ten percent was a failure.

When you see such statistics, it means that most children in the US are highly exposed to fluoride. The question now becomes what other tissues have been affected.

One Chinese study revealed that a 3-milligram exposure to fluoride per day increases hip fractures in the elderly. 

Another primary concern is the brain, especially among children. When a baby is conceived, the blood-brain barrier is usually underdeveloped. We think the blood-brain barrier keeps fluoride out of the brain most of the time. But for the first half year of the baby’s life, fluoride can get into the brain, and this is not the time that a baby should be exposed to fluoride at 250 times the level in mother’s milk.

Pineal Gland Calcification

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A research study done in the 1990s found high concentrations of fluoride in the pineal glands of study participants. Fluoride from water accumulates in the pineal gland more than in any other part of the body. After accumulation it forms crystals, creating a hard shell called calcification.

By acting as our third eye, the pineal gland is our direct link to the spiritual world. However, a calcification process blocks it and makes it underperform. As a result, we become prone to premature aging, insulin resistance, stroke, cancer, and other ailments. More so, pineal gland calcification leads to a lower IQ, inability to produce melatonin, and spiritual disconnection.

‌The pineal gland is not the only part of the body that can become calcified. The crystals can also form in the heart valves, breast tissue, and joints. Often, calcification impairs the functioning of the affected organ.

Living in Denial

The fluoridating countries have failed to replicate scientific research on fluoride’s detrimental impacts. It’s not that difficult, and they could have done it quickly. The Department of Health and Human Services has adopted this “sacred policy” of denying and critiquing the methodologies but not attempting to reproduce the studies. They know that you won’t find it if you don’t look.

Hence, they’re using the absence of study to negate the lack of harm, which is absolutely ridiculous and utterly irresponsible. They give the impression that it’s more important to protect this practice than to protect the health of the people. It’s as if teeth have become more critical than other body parts like the brain.

Those concerned would like to get fluoride out of America, which would have national and international significance if they could pull that off. However, it will not happen overnight and may take decades to achieve the goal.

In the meantime, we should insist that the water department warn parents not to use fluoridated tap water to make up baby formula.

Addressing the Issue

We don’t think that fluoridation is necessarily the most critical issue. Other environmental and health problems are more important. But what makes fluoridation a case is a separation between natural science and public health policy. There’s no science without the truth. So, when “self-proclaimed” scientists don’t tell the truth, they are no longer scientists, and their certifications/licenses should be taken away.

Also, when we don’t have natural science supporting public health policy, we are sowing seeds for public distrust of the agencies protecting our health and environment.

Note: People who don’t trust their government will start asking questions.

People need to trust their government health agencies. The longer they persist in this crime of putting thimerosal into babies’ blood streams and forcing fluoridated water upon us, the less trust will be there.

Fluoridation emerged in the 1940s, and at that time, many industries faced lawsuits for fluoride pollution. In fact, in the 1930s, the Department of Agriculture said that fluoride had caused more damage to agriculture than any other pollutant.

Many lawsuits were being faced by the aluminum industry, the steel industry, ceramics, brickworks, the oil industry, and the nuclear industry. To extract uranium, you need a massive quantity of fluoride to make uranium hexafluoride gas. The gas then separates the isotopes into fissionable and non-fissionable uranium.

Monumental buildings were used in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, to do that. But in the process of generating this uranium hexafluoride, there was a lot of fluoride pollution in the area. The pollution decimated farmers’ peach orchards in New Jersey and near Delaware’s boundary, triggering legal action.

5 Tips to Reduce Fluoride Exposure

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#1: Install Water Filters

To avoid fluoride from tap water, invest in water filters. However, keep in mind that not all water filters remove fluoride. There are three types of filters that can remove about 90% of the fluoride:

  1. reverse osmosis;
  2. deionizers (which use ion-exchange resins);
  3. activated alumina. 

#2: Invest in Water Distillation Unit

Another way to avoid fluoride from the tap water is to purchase a distillation unit. The distillation process removes most, if not all, of the fluoride from water.

#3: Avoid Flouride Toothpaste

Stop using fluoride toothpaste. Opt for herbal toothpaste that is free from sodium benzoate, fluoride, and PEG-60 ingredients. There are lots of fluoride-free kinds of toothpaste on the market.

#4: Stop Consuming Processed Food

When water is fluoridated, the beverages and foods that are made with the water are fluoridated too. The more processed a food is, the more fluoride it has. Therefore, it is essential to shift from processed food to fresh and organic. Also, avoid the consumption of processed beverages.

#5: Avoid Cooking Teflon-Coated Pans

Cooking with Teflon-coated pans can significantly increase the fluoride content of food. Switch to stainless steel pans instead.

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Pineal Gland: Unblocking the Gateway to Expanded Consciousness



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Yogis believe that the space between the eyebrows is very important. And that explains why this space is marked with a colored dot in some cultures. Similarly, located between two hemispheres of our brain is the Pineal gland. A very significant pea-sized organ is also referred to as the Ajna chakra. So what exactly is the Pineal gland, and why is it important? We will be answering these and more in this article.

What Is the Pineal Gland?

Also known as the third eye, the Pineal gland is indirectly connected to the eye’s retina. The retina is the location of our eyes’ light receptors. One of the Pineal gland’s major functions is to regulate our diurnal cycle (sleep and wake cycles). How does it achieve this function?

The Scientific Explanation

Our eyes, via the retina, receive light signals. The retina then sends these signals to the Suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN), also known as our biological clock, via the optic nerve, which releases a chemical known as Glutamate. 

This chemical activates a chain of reactions in the SCN, including releasing other chemicals that affect different nuclei in the body. Of significance to our discussion is the paraventricular nucleus (PVN). When the PVN receives the light stimulus, it sends that signal directly to the Superior Cervical Ganglion (SCG), which directly connects to the Pineal Gland.  

The SCG secretes Norepinephrine (NE) chemical, which binds to the receptors in the Pineal gland. This chemical then stimulates the synthesis of Melatonin (i.e., converts Tryptophan to 5-HTP to Serotonin which then converts to Melatonin.) 


During the day, SCG secretes low Norepinephrine (NE) chemical, while this chemical is secreted in higher quantities in darkness. Eventually, the body has to find a balance because excessive secretion of Melatonin is dangerous, and too little is equally not OK. 

The Melatonin secreted by the Pineal gland is then sent back to the SCN to regulate the biological clock accordingly.

In a Nut Shell:

The Pineal Gland secretes Melatonin, which regulates our sleep and wake cycle via the Suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN) located in the Hypothalamus. In the darkness, more Melatonin is secreted, which instructs the SCN to induce the sleep process. So if you don’t feel drowsy at night, try switching off the lights. 

Similarly, less Melatonin is secreted in bright light, which tells the SCN to keep you awake.

We should also mention that for some animals, especially the amphibian, fish, and reptiles, the pineal gland is positioned directly under the skin to receive and process the light signals directly. Now it becomes clear why the pineal gland is also called the third eye.

From Spiritual Perspective

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The Pineal gland is responsible for our connection with spiritual realms and Cosmic Consciousness. The active pineal gland allows us to attain supernatural powers, such as clairvoyance, psychic vision, telepathy, etc. Lucid dreaming and astral traveling are also linked to the active pineal gland.

How Can You Activate Your Pineal Gland?

The pineal gland plays a great role in our metaphysical practices and spiritual development. Sometimes, when the pineal gland is blocked, people have trouble falling asleep, which is when modern medicine prescribes Melatonin supplements or sleeping pills.

In this article, we want to share with you easy yet powerful tips on how to unblock your pineal gland. Follow the below easy steps each day and unlock the key to expanded consciousness. 

5 Tips On Unblocking the Pineal Gland

#1: Focus Your Consciousness On Your Forehead 

Naturally, where our attention goes energy will start to flow. As you go on with your daily activities, beware of the spot in the middle of your forehead. You can also decide to mark that spot for an easier reminder. For example, Sadhus put Chandan on this spot to make it feel tighter and consequently develop an awareness of that spot.

#2: Yoga

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With your eyes closed, roll them towards the center of your eyebrows. Stay in that position until your focus shifts from that place to a level of heightened consciousness. Initially, you might struggle to transcend. You might even experience a slight headache. Don’t give up. Keep practicing until you get it right. 

#3: Managing Your Sources of Light

Naturally, the sun is supposed to set in the evening, and darkness sets in. It’s time to sleep. However, the modern-day lifestyle is always competing with nature. What do you do when you get home in the evening? You want to catch up with social media, your television is on, light bulbs are on, and all the enemies of sleep kick in at full throttle. And that’s OK. We can’t compare the needs of today with those a few decades ago, right? Heck, some of us have to go for a night shift.  

The best practice with such a lifestyle is to switch off all light sources at least an hour before bed. This way, your gland will have produced enough Melatonin to induce a healthy sleep pattern. Similarly, reduce your exposure to electromagnetic pollution

#4: Eye Health

We need to maintain optimum eye health at all times since this gland depends on the signals sent by the eye, right? An easy way to keep your eyes healthy is through routine eye exercises such as continuously rotating your eyes for a few minutes each morning. Such exercises strengthen your eye muscles. 

#5: Limit Your Fluoride Intake

Research has linked fluoride to one of the causes of Pineal gland calcification. Fluoride is mainly found in tap water and commercial kinds of toothpaste. It would be best If you could find alternatives. For example, use organic toothpaste types free from fluoride. Also, install a specialized water filter for your tap water. The kind that works on Reverse Osmosis Filtration to get rid of the fluoride in water. 

The Bottom Line

The pineal gland is one of the most important organs in our body. Sadly, due to poor health and aging, this organ is highly susceptible to failure due to calcification. Follow the above guidelines and take care of your pineal gland. And if you’re already experiencing signs of failure, remember it’s never too late to reverse them. Practice meditation, overall well-being, and proper eye health. You will unlock your key to heightened consciousness. 

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Fawn Trauma Response: Unlearn the People-Pleasing Behavior 



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Fawning is about being big on pleasing people and engaging in pacifying behaviors. In fawn trauma response, the victim prioritizes appeasing people and receiving approval. We know it feels great to be liked by the people around you. But it is utterly useless if you are losing yourself while at it. And this is what fawning is all about; people abandon themselves to get the validation of the people around them. 

Fawning often happens when you don’t feel seen. This way, you will go to any lengths to get noticed and validated while leaving behind your emotions, thoughts, and body sensations. 

What is Fawn Trauma Response? 

You must have heard of fright, flight, or freeze responses to trauma. These are the most talked about, and they happen when you are faced with potential physical danger. However, a less known response to trauma is the fawn trauma response. 

If you find yourself overly concerned with the needs of others while forgetting your own, then you are fawning. 

According to Pete Walker, a marriage family therapist, a fawn trauma response is all about being more appealing to the threat. And one easy way to know you are fawning is when you have a problem saying “no.” This happens when you lack firm boundaries in your relationships or cannot create them. 

Why Do People Fawn?

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People fawn to avoid disapproval, criticism, judgment, and rebuke. Think of this situation; you offered to babysit a friend’s child on some weekends. However, one weekend, you have tickets to your favorite musician’s concert, and you had already made it a routine to help babysit on Sundays. 

Now you are stranded and afraid to turn down your friend. So you must cancel your trip to the concert because of what your friend will think or say of you. Yes, they can babysit their child this one Sunday, but you feel like you have to do the duty to avoid disapproval or appear to be friendly and caring. 

And this is all about pleasing your friend and being afraid of breaking your relationship; or being seen as the not helpful friend. It is not about you wanting to help genuinely. This exemplifies how you can forfeit your needs, thoughts, boundaries, and preferences. 

Research shows that a fawn trauma response often develops after a child grows up in a shame-based environment and has to take up parent roles. Fawning doesn’t have to be complicated. It can be simple as not mentioning your favorite restaurant when a group of friends selects where to dine. To avoid disapproval, you are better off always dining in their favorite restaurant. 

Note: Do not confuse fawning for compassion, kindness, or selflessness. These acts are not at your cost. However, if you fawn, the action affects you negatively, but you keep doing it anyway. 

What Type of Trauma Causes Fawn Response?

A single event such as an accident does not cause fawning. Repeat events such as childhood trauma and complex trauma, especially where the child had to keep appeasing the abuser, result in fawning. Fawning is often associated with relational trauma or trauma that developed in a relationship context. 

Signs of Fawning

Below are both common and uncommon signs of fawning:

  • Denying your pain, trauma, discomfort, complaints, and needs, 
  • Constantly flying under the radar, 
  • Changing your thoughts or preferences to align with others, 
  • Taking responsibility for the emotional reactions of others, 
  • Over-apologizing, or even apologizing when you have not made any mistake, 
  • Depression linked to trauma, 
  • Finding challenges with authentic self-expression.      

How to Deal with Fawn Trauma Response?

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Breaking the fawning habit can be difficult because it is often linked to childhood experiences and relationships. Here are some ways to unlearn the pattern. 

#1: Set Firm Boundaries

It is essential to keep a distinct line between your feelings and other people’s feelings. Start by recognizing that your feelings belong to you and nobody else. And, even more importantly, it is not your job to carry the burden of other people’s feelings. Be in a relationship where you can say “no” when your boundaries are overstepped. 

#2: Be More Gentle with Yourself and Validate Yourself

If you notice that you fawn a lot, it is time to be more compassionate to yourself. Observe yourself when around others and try to be kind to yourself. When you notice that you are fawning, do not scold yourself. Just nudge yourself gently and promise yourself to do better the next time. 

Validate your feelings and emotions even when people around you are bringing you down. Practice affirmations such as:

  • I am valid even if my critics do not see my strengths!
  • I am doing better than I did yesterday!

Learn to sit with the anger and disappointment of others because it will happen when you stop fawning. 

#3: Go to Therapy

As we have stated, fawning often develops due to childhood trauma. The best way to deal with childhood trauma is to talk to a professional therapist. Attending therapy may help you be more aware of your behaviors. The awareness that comes with therapy may help you manage the following questions well:

  • Is what I am doing aligning with my values?
  • Am I doing or saying this to appease someone else? And are my actions at my own expense? 
  • Am I being true to myself, or am I doing this entirely for the other person’s benefit?

Remind yourself to stick to your actual values if you notice you are big on fawning. Step by step, you will get there. 

#4: Put Yourself First

Wait until you are asked for help to give help. Sometimes, people want to speak about their problems. They are not looking for solutions. However, in your fawn habit, you may find yourself offering to help in ways that may be beyond your means. Do not offer help until you are asked. 

And even more importantly, do not offer help if you do not mean it or if it will overstretch you. In putting yourself first, let your opinion be heard. Do not constantly change your opinion to align with others.

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