Habit 6 - Clean Kitchen, Healthy Relationships
Reset the scene Align your relationships (refer to step 2.2 in your BF book)
Plant based nutrition Healthier eating guidelines, meal spacing. Digestion, appetite and eating intuitively.
Moving forward Healing ancestral patterns. Sprouting, fermenting, growing vegetables, eating weeds, sharing seeds.
Habit evolution 5 steps to habit formation. Refer a friend.
Bone Healing teas, spices and herbs as plant medicine.
The heart of your home is your kitchen!
Kitchen Sadhana, as Cate Stillman puts it well, is where you prepare your food body. In Sanskrit, Sadhana translates as a means of accomplishing something, it's a discipline undertaken in pursuit of a goal.
I first learned about kitchen Sadhana living in Singapore and then in China it was obvious to me. I observed it as a personal thing, unique to each household and its members.
I don't bustle in the kitchen like I used to, first mimicking the ways I observed. I don't cook the same labour intensive foods or use the same ingredients I did back then.
But I do put a concentrated chunk of time in the kitchen, including meal planning and shopping at the local market on a regular 7 day a week basis. Plus I allow inspired times to bake or make ferments or chutneys. I create my food body for the coming week!
When we don't do Kitchen Sadhana the fabric of our tissue loses integrity and the ability to keep us well.
- Grab a pen and paper and do the Kitchen Sadhana workshop in the video below. (30 minutes)
- Listen to the podcast about Family Dynamics HERE
- Allow an important 40 minutes to dive into Relationships in the audio session below - you'll learn how to codify your own and group values, establish relationship agreements and ask for support.
- Listen for more about embracing chaos and letting go of perfection and control for yourself and your kids in Rhythmic Eating below (30 minutes).
*These audios are hosted privately on The Radical Ayurveda Podcast for AyurB.
Asthi Dhatu Sara - healthy bone tissue