APA January 2021 Newsletter

With the passing of Makara Sankranti (the suns ingrees into Sidereal Capricorn), the days are beginning to feel a little longer. I hope this second edition of the APA Newsletter finds you warm and well, hopefully shaking off the post Christmas blues.

This is the second edition of the Newsletter and I would like to say a big thank you to all those who contributed. This edition is packed with a selection of articles and news items as well as book reviews and up and coming events.

Note that articles are not limited to purely Ayurvedic herbal matters. If you have any interesting tales (particularly when accompanied by images), we’ll always try to consider them, and the best part is that successful articles count toward CPD points!

For those discovering the Newsletter for the first time, be aware that our website also allows members to access back issues of this magazine.

If you feel you would like to contribute to the next edition please get in touch.

ANDREW MASON
Andrew is the APA newsletter Editor and is looking forward to working with APA members. We are in good hands as he already edits The Herbalist Magazine and is an author of many books including Rasa Shastra - The Hidden Art of Medical Alchemy which is a fascinating read. Andrew came to Ayurfest and gave a practical Ayurvedic alchemy demonstration when we all got to play and make Pravala Pisti.

Contents

  • Letter from the Editor
  • Pebbles from Nature
  • Jyotish
  • How an online course during lock down inspired my new book
  • Official news from APA
  • The Essential Oil of Pactchouli
  • Up and coming webinars 2021
  • The Natural Health Matrix
  • Welcome to Love Ayurveda TV
  • The Ayurveda Kitchen
  • Chapati’s Revamped
  • An everyday curry powder
  • A little book of self care: Ayurveda
  • COVID-19 Update
  • Stay grounded with essential oils
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