Tuesday, 15 December 2020
Refinning mental health
Online Psychotherapy, Somatic Experiencing, Cognitive & Dialectical Behaviour Therapy in Mumbai, India
Online Psychotherapy, Counselling, Mental Health Treatment, Dialectical and Cognitive behaviour therapy in Mumbai, India
cognitive behaviour therapy, Somatic experiencing, online counselling, psychotherapy, jyotisa, ayurvedic diet lifestyle, relationship astrology, depression, stress, anger management and various other topics.
Posted by Grace Wable at 23:34
Labels: Counselling, Dialectical and Cognitive behaviour therapy in Mumbai, India, Mental Health Treatment, Online psychotherapy
online psychotherapy, jytoisa for health and well being, ayurvedic health counselling and relationship astrology in Mumbai, India.
Workshop on Understanding Āyurvedic Constitution, Mindfulness and Stress Management in Mumbai, India
Understanding Your Āyurvedic Constitution
Jyotiṣa or Vedic Astrology is the study of 'Jyoti,' which, means light in Sanskrit. Jyotiṣa, then, is a quest to understand how the light of the sun, moon and stars illuminate the self through the lifespan.
Āyurveda is an ancient form of mind-body-spirit healing that originated from South Asia. 'Āyur' means life and 'Veda' is knowledge.
Posted by Grace Wable at 23:22
Labels: Ayurvedic Therapy, Diet and Treatment for Women’s Menstrual and Menopausal Health, doctor, mental health
Known conventionally as psychotherapy, I like to refer to my practice as psyche-therapy as a way to de-pathologise our need to manage mental health.
Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Online Psychotherapy, Jyotisa, Vedic Astrology and Mental Health Treatment in Mumbai, India
Sonera Jhaveri PhD is a holistic psyche-therapist trained in San Francisco, California
Bhūta vidya is the balancing of our body, mind, senses and consciousness and it can be understood as the knowledge of the five elements that constitute us – physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. Bhūta or the pancha (five) maha (great) bhūtas (elements) in Sanskrit refers to the five primary states of matter – agni (fire), vāyu (air), jala (water), ākāśa (ether) and pṛthvī (earth). They are the prima materia of everything in the cosmos. In Vedic thought, the combination of the five elements gives rise to multiple and unique variations of infinite forms in the universe including our body-mind. We can develop vidya or knowledge of the bhūtas that constitute us energetically by balancing them through Āyurveda, Jyotiṣa and psyche-therapy or all three. When one balances the panchmahābhūtas, one directs oneself to a state of harmony and wholesomeness – physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.