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Choices, Finding Your Joy With Paula Vail 03 – 13 – 18 Guest- Acharya Shunya

Acharya Shunya Short Bio

If you are like most of us, what you know of Ayurveda, the ancient Indian spiritual and healing wisdom, is that some people swear by its restorative impact, it has something to do with botanicals and there are a growing number of practitioners and products that adhere to it today. Otherwise, it’s pretty much a mystery. But if you happen to pick up a copy of Acharya Shunya’s new book Ayurveda Lifestyle Wisdom: A Complete Prescription to Optimize Your Health, Prevent Disease, and Live with Vitality and Joy, the veil of mystery will be lifted and you will absolutely understand how this is something you can do for yourself to not only obtain optimal health, but to heal many of the illness and conditions that have plagued you.

Shunya, the descendant of a long line of Ayurveda sacred teachers and masters going back centuries, is the founder of Vedika Global, a spiritual foundation dedicated to elevating consciousness, building community, and serving humanity by illuminating India’s Vedic spiritual traditions of Ayurveda, yoga, and Vedanta. She was named among the 100 Ayurveda and Yoga Trailblazers by Spirituality and Health magazine.

Website:

www.acharyashunya.com


The mission of Choices: Finding Your Joy is to spread positive energy, information, and inspiration through education and entertainment. The more informed viewers and listeners are about how to replenish their own emotions, body and souls; the more able they are to make choices that spread authentic awareness, truth, love, and joy to themselves and to others.

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