Hello, My Beautiful Friends!!! ❤️ Don’t let the cold, winter weather get you down! Although, it may mean less in the way of fresh produce, root vegetables truly shine this time of year. Not only are root vegetables the perfect combination of hearty, satisfying and comforting, they also are perfect for storing in the winter months. They are protected from damage thanks to their tough skins that root vegetables develop as they mature.
The roots of any plant are its anchor and foundation; they are vegetables essential parts that support and nourish the plant. In Ayurveda and Chinese Medicine traditions, it is thought that root vegetables lend their "grounding" properties to us when we eat them, making us feel physically and mentally "rooted", increasing our stability, stamina, and endurance.
And to help us get more grounded, secure and balanced, today's recipe features my beloved GROUNDING SOUP.
I've been perfecting it for years, trying different vegetables, but I feel that the ingredients mentioned in my recipe video work best together. -------
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In Ayurveda, our first chakra is our grounding chakra.
Located at the base of the spine, the Root Chakra forms our foundation and is the building block on which all other chakras rest. It deals with feelings of security, trust and survival as well as with the connection we experience with our physical body and its nourishment.
When this chakra is in balance we feel grounded, strong and secure and have a sense of inner security. If this chakra is blocked a person may feel emotionally explosive, manipulative or may lack energy. Physical problems can include kidney weakness, stiff lower back and muscle spasms.
When we think root chakra, we want to focus on grounding. Adding foods like carrots, potatoes, parsnips, radishes, onions and garlic, and anything else that roots itself, can have a soothing effect on our root chakra.