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Bodytree: Adivasi Ayurveda Part 2

April 2, 2008
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Bodytree: Adivasi Ayurveda Part 2

On my first couple of days at the Bodytree I still have to get used to the rhythm of life here. But soon I almost can’t imagine that living any other way would be something I wanted or needed. Ana and I are staying in very cozy, separate rooms in the guest and student...
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Bodytree: Adivasi Ayurveda Part 8

June 26, 2008
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Bodytree: Adivasi Ayurveda Part 8

One day Ana and I were invited to visit the home of one of the Bodytree students. On a rainy morning we set out by foot into the thick forest on the other side of the Kallar river with Maina to visit her father. Many Adivasi people live very, very simply in mud houses...
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Bodytree: Adivasi Ayurveda Part 7

June 11, 2008
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Bodytree: Adivasi Ayurveda Part 7

While I am in Kallar the Hindu festival Shivaratri is taking place all over India. Dr. Vijayan explains the festival as follows: Shivaratri is celebrated when lord Shiva is making love to the earth. People stay up all night, and the next day there is no work. There is especially no work like farming...
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Bodytree: Adivasi Ayurveda Part 5

May 16, 2008
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Bodytree: Adivasi Ayurveda Part 5

More pictures from the Bodytree…
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Bodytree: Adivasi Ayurveda Part 4

May 16, 2008
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Bodytree: Adivasi Ayurveda Part 4

While I am eating my breakfast and contemplating about what I am feeling in my body after the treatment, lunch and more medicine waters are being delivered. No fasting is possible here! Besides the fresh turmeric water with the alcohol medicine we drink every morning on an empty stomach and the slightly salty Amla...
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