Discover how to maximize the health of your immune system and overall wellbeing.
In these uncertain times, it’s more important than ever to strengthen your immune system and protect yourself from illness.
In Ayurvedic medicine, a healthy amount of ojas — the life-sustaining essence that enhances your body’s immunity — is considered critical to every aspect of your health and wellbeing.
It’s the foundational key that protects you from disease and helps you maintain inner and outer homeostasis, or balance.
When your ojas is robust, no disease can affect you.
On Saturday, April 4, celebrated Ayurvedic professor and author Dr. Marc Halpern will share practical tips for assessing and cultivating your ojas in a free video event: Discover the Ayurvedic Key to Building a Strong Immune System & Balanced Mind/Body/Spirit.
In this 60-minute free online event, you’ll explore:
- Ojas’ role in Ayurveda’s 3 Pillars of Life — proper digestion, proper sleep, and proper management of sexual activities — and how you can have the best chance of going on your journey of 100 years
- Easy-to-implement methods for building up ojas within yourself — including which foods to eat, helpful body therapies, meditation, gemstones, and more
- The higher-level philosophies behind Ayurveda you may not have heard before
- How to connect with your heart and exert control over your mind, even during the most stressful times
With a healthy amount of ojas, you’re completely balanced, which leads to powerful physical, mental, and spiritual benefits.
Ojas even creates stability within your mind, preventing negativity from entering your energy body by creating an energetic shield around you…
The result? Emotional stressors — such as other people’s fears or anger — simply fall away, just as water runs off a raincoat.
In Discover the Ayurvedic Key to Building a Strong Immune System & Balanced Mind/Body/Spirit, you’ll discover how to cultivate your ojas — the life-sustaining vitality that heightens your immunity, boosts your wellbeing, and protects you from disease.