“Because we cannot scrub our inner body we need to learn a few skills to help cleanse our tissues, organs, and mind. This is the art of Ayurveda.”
― Sebastian Pole
Your body is extremely intelligent and hardworking. Day in and day out, it processes all kinds of inputs, determining what's good for you and what's not, and doing everything it can to eliminate any harmful substances as well as routine metabolic waste.
However, in today's world, your bodies are constantly bombarded with stressors such as environmental toxins, processed foods, unresolved emotions, and psychological stress, to name a few. This can accumulate in the system over time, deposit in the tissues, and endanger your health.
Ayurvedic cleansing is something you can do to give your body a break and reduce the variety and complexity of inputs so that it can rest, recover, and repair itself. The practice of cleansing is regarded as an essential component of an Ayurvedic Cleansing lifestyle.
Continue reading to learn about the four distinct phases of a traditional Ayurvedic cleansing.
The first step is to clean up your diet and lifestyle in preparation for a successful cleanse. It focuses on preparing the gut by eating a clean diet and staying hydrated. A cleanse that promotes minimal gut residue is defined here. During the first week, focus on warm, simple foods and avoid foods like meat, dairy products, processed, packaged, or manufactured goods, sugar, beans, and so on. Also, include plenty of green vegetables, leafy greens, and beetroots.
2: Active cleanse
The center of a cleanse, At this stage, the process can be supplemented by several supportive lifestyle practices such as eating a mono-diet of grains, kitchari, vegetables, and plenty of detoxifying fluids. You will gradually add more ghee under careful supervision. He is used specifically because it is unique among oils in being a light to digest and even stimulating the digestive power, whereas most oils dampen the fire.
This phase focuses on digestion, which is not just the physical inclusion of foods but the subtle experiences stored as impressions. Emotional turmoil, as your body heals itself, will undoubtedly bring up some previously-stored emotions. During this subtle phase of digestion, a daily self-care ritual and health and wellness routine will help you direct love and acceptance toward your stored traumas, allowing you to release them gently.
This phase is similar to phase 1, with a continued emphasis on hydration and clean eating. You may be tempted to eat everything at once during this stage, relieved to be back in the world of food variety. However, it is critical to introduce foods gradually, perhaps beginning with steamed vegetables in the first few days. During this time, avoid caffeine, meat, sugar, and alcohol because your body is likely to be sensitive to these items.
You can take Health Consultancy Service to educate yourself about ayurvedic treatments. You can also cleanse with a tribe! Our Reawaken Healing Cleanse happens twice a year as we go deep cleanse together with the strategies and support you need to make the process easier. To sign up for our program, you can check out Reawaken Healing 10 day Cleanse.