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Our Blog will be a treasure trove of useful information, helpful tips, and highlights of our projects to inspire and inform.

Moving from ‘me’ to ‘we’

Moving from ‘me’ to ‘we’

In the summer I’ve declared that I’m leaving social media in the autumn, I even took a course ‘how to run a business without social media. Then a friend said to me: You’ve said that you want to move from ‘me’ to ‘we’, does leaving social media serve you or the...

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Seasonal Sangha Four Core Values

Seasonal Sangha Four Core Values

If we want to find true wellbeing, our values must match our actions, we don't have to do it perfectly, but that's the commitment. At Seasonal Sangha we follow the four foundations of Dharma (read this blog, it's not the kind of dharma you think). Nourish We nourish...

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Food For Thoughts

Food For Thoughts

I love simple, unassuming, delicious food, and the easiest way to achieve it is by sourcing the food in farmers' markets. Food that grows together, tastes good together, it's the alchemical magic that nature is. For example, take basil, tomatoes, lemon, and courgette,...

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Winter Stew for Gut Health

Winter Stew for Gut Health

Let’s talk helianthus tuberosus, commonly known as Jerusalem fartichoke 😉 because it’s so good for your gut health (recipe below).Jerusalem artichoke has nothing to do with Jerusalem and is not an artichoke (the taste is similar to the artichoke hearts). It is from...

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Helper’s High

Helper’s High

In the autumn we are recommended to stay rested, nurture our hearts, and practice sattva, or goodness. Helping others literally makes us high. Neuroscience has demonstrated that giving is a powerful pathway for creating more personal joy. When we help others, our...

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Dharma Love

Dharma Love

The idea of dharma - commonly translated as a life purpose - can feel a bit daunting, a big achievement we need to reach. Actually, it is simple. Before dharma became a list of moral conducts it was depicted as the maiden of dawn. The loving hand of the divine mother...

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Hawthorn, the love berry

Hawthorn, the love berry

If you go for a walk in nature pick some hawthorn berries, it's everywhere now. Recipes ideas are below. The hawthorn tree is from the rose family, it's a fantastic heart tonic, high in antioxidants, anti-inflammatory, reduced blood pressure, slow heart palpitations,...

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Fat is good news!

Fat is good news!

Fat is good news! Your brain is nearly 60 percent fat, to keep it in high performance you need to feed it with good fat. Eating good fat will pacify Vata, the air element, and will help you feel more grounded, centered, and creative. When it's cold outside the fire of...

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Rutu Sandhi- Transitioning between seasons

Rutu Sandhi- Transitioning between seasons

Yesterday I went to visit my neighbour Jo, she's an equine therapist. Apparently, her eighteen horses have been more scattered than the usual, more erratic, eating more, needing more rest, and wants to stay close to each other. Interesting! We are exactly 7 days...

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