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Remembering our human nature

Our Wellbeing Director-at-Large, Eminé Kali Rushton, and her husband, Contributing Editor Paul Rushton, share an extract from their new conscious living book, Sattva: The Ayurvedic Way To Live Well – and reflect on the journey that has brought them, and their family, back to a gentler way of living

S piritual awakenings come with different levels of urgency. If we’re lucky, it will be like the emerging brightness on a Sunday – the sharpening birdsong gently calling us into newness and awareness, deliciously slowly and with perfect ease, like the sun or the rise of a good loaf. Sometimes, we’re jolted awake. Things happen suddenly and painfully to reveal the extent to which we’ve drifted from spiritual health, or to remind us that our spirit was even there in the first place.

“ In our home, the windows were always closed against the dust, drone and road blether “

Consciously unconscious

Paul and I deepened our interest in Ayurveda nine years ago, shortly after conceiving our first child. We’d long leaned towards conscious living; we busied ourselves with sourcing organic, Fairtrade food, coffee and clothing; buying household products and cosmetics without mineral or uncertified palm oils; offsetting our paper and vapour trails… while helpful and important in our modern context, sometimes these things can also seem a little abstract, striking somewhere shy of the heart of the matter.

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