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Most of us have heard of this ancient health system, but not too many people in the U.S. truly understand what it is all about.

Fortunately, Sahara Rose has made it her life’s mission to demystify Ayurveda, and she has done it in a way that is very practical in today’s day and age, taking into account GMOs, pesticides and the growing trend of a plant-based lifestyle.

Having become obsessed with Ayurveda at early, Sahara Rose went on to write two best-selling books on the topic, the first of which was The Idiot’s Guide to Ayurveda and her most recent one is Eat Feel Fresh: A Contemporary, Plant-Based Ayurvedic Cookbook. And for both of these books, Deepak Chopra — her idol since she was a teenager — wrote the foreward.

As we discuss in our interview, the foundation of Ayurveda is the three doshas (energies or archetypes) — kapha, vata and pitta. Yet, the true meaning or representation of these doshas extends far beyond what foods a person should eat. It provides an important framework that can guide us in every area of our life.

Aside from the fact that Sahara Rose has achieved incredible success in modernizing Ayurveda and reaching such a large audience in the process, it is her personal journey that I found the most inspirational. In the face of unrelenting pressure from her family to abandon her dream of bringing Ayurveda to the world, Sahara Rose refused to listen to outside voices and was guided by her intuition to persevere and that she was, in fact, on the correct path.

At the very end of our conversation, Sahara said some pretty profound things, which made a big impression on me.

“Your interests are not a coincidence. They are there for a reason. Your ideas only come to you because you are capable of making them come true.”

This is one very, very inspirational woman.

Please enjoy!

Resources and Notes from the Show

Sahara Rose – Website  Instagram  YouTube  Facebook

Highest Self Podcast — Sahara Rose’s #1 ranked podcast in the spirituality category on iTunes.

Sahara’s first book – The Idiot’s Guide to Ayurveda

Sahara’s second book – Eat Feel Fresh: A Contemporary, Plant-Based Ayurvedic Cookbook

Deepak Chopra, MD – Website

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