Gluten-Free Blueberry-Chia Muffins

We’re passionate about eating well here at Arogya.  We also love a sweet, guilt-free indulgence from time to time.  For this reason, I devised this recipe for gluten-free, dairy-free, sugar-free, paleo-diet  friendly, and yummy blueberry-chia muffins seasoned with a touch of Earl Grey tea.  They’re super easy to make and satisfying.  Additionally, they make a wholeness after school snack for kids!

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A ‘No’ uttered from the deepest conviction is better than a ‘Yes’ merely uttered to please, or worse, to avoid trouble.
-Mahatma Gandhi

Do not impose on others what you yourself do not desire.
– Confucius

Our Visit to a Passive House

Today, we’re eager to share about a Passive House (Passivehaus in German) located in Westport, CT. It’s among the most energy efficient homes in the world and is a product of real estate developer Doug McDonald’s vision, committed work, and love of his family and the earth.

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Work is love made visible.

– Kahlil Gibran

Love Yourself

To most fully share our light and love with the world, nourishing our own body, mind, and soul is essential. Today, think about the self-care routines that support your sense of wellbeing. Take some time to reflect upon the following:

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LOVE. The Theme of the Month

The theme of the month here at Arogya is LOVE – that incredible force that nurtures, heals, and unites us like no other.  Today, we invite you to think about what true unconditional love means to you.  And, how do you share your love with the world?

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Walk Gently and Slowly

To say goodbye in Mandarin, the expression man zou is often used. Man zou doesn’t just translate to mean good bye, however.  Instead, it means, “Walk gently and slowly.”  Today, we invite you do just that.  Slow down and give yourself permission to breathe and be present. 

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Create Change Now!

Wishing you all a Happy New Year!

This month at Arogya we’re celebrating the incredible ability we have to create positive change in our lives by upholding tangible resolutions.  It’s through this resolve that we can begin to dissolve old, less productive habits and create lasting transformation in our lives.

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