Behavior Rasayanas

Behavior Rasayanas

By |2019-10-07T18:25:19-07:00October 22nd, 2019|Ayurveda|

Rasayana means “recommendation.”  The following Behavior Rasayanas are for all of the doshas.  It is said that following these instructions will help us to avoid contradictions in the mind and therefore prevent physiological strain.  They are a reminder of the simple things we can do to help ourselves, and, in turn, to help the world.

-Be honest and kind.

-Be free from anger.

-Abstain from immoderate behavior.

-Be nonviolent and calm.

-Observe cleanliness in yourself and your environment.

-Be charitable toward others.

-Observe a regular daily routine.

-Be loving and compassionate.

-Be respectful, especially to teachers and elders.

-Keep the company of the wise.

-Be modest, have good manners.

-Follow your religious beliefs, be self-disciplined.

-Keep a positive outlook.

-Devote yourself to the development of higher states of consciousness.

About the Author:

Best-selling author Lissa Coffey (What’s Your Dosha, Baby?, Song Divine) has embodied the Ayurvedic lifestyle since before her first book came out in 1997. She teaches Ayurvedic principles and philosophy all over the world with her Ancient Wisdom, Modern Style approach. She’s been featured on The Today Show, Good Morning America, and many other national and local TV outlets. Lissa has worked with Deepak Chopra, Vasant Lad, Vaidya Mishra and other renowned Ayurvedic luminaries.Tulsi Spa brings her vision of accessible Ayurvedic massage and treatments to Los Angeles, where she calls home.