Not Feeling Well? Is Digestion the Culprit?

By |February 12th, 2016|Blog|

Eating is fun. Digestion is work. Helping your digestive system to work efficiently is a worthwhile task. It's worthwhile because its opposite---inefficient digestion---is a culprit. Inefficient digestion causes physical, mental, and emotional havoc. Recently I visited with Ashley, young woman who had an interesting tale to tell. Ashley said she felt terrible the last few [...]

Health Care: Disease Care

By |November 6th, 2015|Blog|

The National Institute of Health, the federal government’s top medical research agency, completed a study comparing the health of Americans with the health of individuals living in other affluent democracies. At the completion of the study, Dr. Stephen Woolf, the panel chairman, and a professor of family medicine at Virginia Commonwealth University, commented that he, [...]

The Universe and the Mind-Body: One

By |October 30th, 2015|Blog|

According to Ayurveda, the intelligence underlying nature and the mind-body are on a single continuum. The Vedic sages explain this concept in these words: “As it is in the macrocosm, so it is in the microcosm.” This verse tell us that living beings are microcosms of the universe itself. The Vedic sages understood that we [...]

Improve Your Marriage with Ayurveda

By |October 27th, 2015|Blog|

Does the title, "Improve Your Marriage with Ayurveda," catch your attention? Or are you scratching your head, thinking “Say what, isn’t Ayurveda a health care system? When did it also become an expert on marriage?” According to Ayurveda our communication patterns are a reflection of our physiological balance. Of course this is true and we [...]

The Dangers of Sugar: Not Such a Sweet Story

By |October 27th, 2015|Blog|

Americans love sugar. According to the experts the average American eats 150 grams of sugar a day. One hundred and fifty grams is about one-third of a pound. One third of a pound of sugar a day! Wow! We really want to be sweet. Are you thinking that you don't eat that much sugar? Well, maybe [...]

Nancy Liebler Interview with Vedic Astrologer Sat Siri Khalsa

By |July 16th, 2015|Blog|

Click the PLAY button above to listen to the interview. My friend Sandra Moss, met Sat Siri Khalsa at an Ayurvedic conference. Sandra very much enjoyed Sat Siri's company and suggested that I also get to know her. Because I'd been fascinated by Vedic astrology for quite some time I decided to call Sat Siri [...]

Inflammation and the Disease Process

By |June 22nd, 2015|Blog|

It appears that the latest finding in medicine points to inflammation as the causative factor in the onset and continuation of most diseases. Some scientists also believe that there is a link between inflammation and depression. In order to find cures, scientists have to address what triggers inflammation to go awry. A recent article in [...]

The Everyday and Year After Year Benefits of Transcendental Meditation

By |April 13th, 2015|Blog|

Maharishi Mahesh Yogi was a scholar, a physicist and a holy man. He was from India. In the late 1950’s he began traveling to the western world to talk about an ancient mental technique. He called this technique Transcendental Meditation. Westerners like nicknames and so we referred to the technique as TM. Now, over 50 [...]

5 Essential Benefits of Yoga: Posing for Life!

By |March 26th, 2015|Blog|

Physical, mental, and emotional disorders are effectively treated by the practice of yoga. Increasingly, interdisciplinary scientific research attests to this. The Vedic sages and modern scientists agree that by bending, inverting, twisting, and stretching we can undo the stranglehold of depression. By naturally inducing the release of mood brighteners and brain-stabilizing bio-chemicals in the physiology, [...]

If You Snooze, You Don’t Lose!

By |March 13th, 2015|Blog|

Throughout the centuries many things have changed. We are living in rapidly changing times. But, one thing has not changed--and that is the human physiology. The human physiology continues to be in tune with the rhythms of nature. Our basic physiological needs have remained constant. Sleep is, and always has been a necessary source of [...]