In conclusion, I found my experiment to be very enlightening. I plan to continue using the techniques I applied in my experiment to balance my doshas, all the while studying, testing and experimenting with Ayurvedic principles and practices in hopes that I can make improvements in my health and well-being while dancing with the fluctuations of life. In the words of Babi Hari Dass…”The body is a boat which carries the soul in the ocean of the world. If it is not strong, or it has a hole, then it can’t cross the ocean. So the first duty is to fix the boat.” With my hammer and nails I forge, carrying a strong heart and mind. I will forgive myself if I sink a little, rising once again to paddle the course and dance with the tides.
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