What a year of interviews (and solo shows) on the topics of health, consciousness, and natural law, aka “The Veda”.
In this episode I give a brief summary of my personal top 3 favourite episodes of 2022 as well as your (the audience) favourite episodes, and the wisdom that was shared by experts in their fields.
Plus, I list a few extra episodes that nearly made the cut, in honour of these high-class interviews.
I also give a sneak synopsis preview of the AWESOME interviews yet to be released in 2023, some very special ways to learn and study authentic Ayurveda in 2023, as well as Your (our audience’s) most listened to podcast episodes of 2022.
So if you are not a die-hard who has listened to every episode of the VV Podcast, this episode is a great way to be directed to the best episodes of 2022, as a starting point of course to the portal of wisdom within the Vital Veda Podcast archives.
Table of Contents
3 Episodes that nearly made Dylan's top 3
- Homeopathic Immunisation for Babies & Children | Dr Isaac Golden, World Authority on Homeopathic Immunisation #092
- Vedic Astrology Forecast 2022 + Great Truths of Light (Jyotish) | Laura Plumb #076
- Mudra: The Sacred Secret to Draw Energy & Bliss From Within | Indu Arora #087
I must admit, I also considered the solo episode: “Eat with your hands: Maximise Digestion with a Full Sensory Experience” #088.
Dylan’s (Personal) Top 3 Episodes of 2022
Sometimes, the commitment and joy associated with the path of liberation or enlightenment is so strongly rooted in Absolute Stillness that the seeker may become what is know as a “sanyasi” or renunciant.
By taking vows of renunciation, one fully and wholeheartedly commits to commune with all of creation in a loving and intimate manner.
While the path of a renunciant (sanyasi) is less common and generally less relevant than the path of a householder (gṛhasthī), there’s a lot we can learn from surrendering ego and desires, and there’s a lot we can learn from this episode’s very special guest: best-selling author, Himalayan yogi, renunciant & social activist, Sadhvi Bhagawati Saraswati.
Based on the banks of the Himālayas in Rishikesh, India, but originally born in LA, California, Sadhviji renounced her life in the West at age 29 after a career at Stanford University and has now become one of the premier female authorities in the Yoga-Vedantic tradition in the world.
Her wisdom and light exude from her as she elevates us with stories and insights on how to find purpose in life & how to live in harmony with our Selves and the world that surrounds us.
Nicole Gibson has a vision to facilitate the world’s largest love-based movement in human history.
After healing from a life-threatening experience of anorexia nervosa, Nicole began to become an unstoppable messenger of love and human potential.
She was a finalist for the Young Australian of the Year at 20 years old, listed as one of Australia’s top 100 most influential women at 21 and became the the youngest Commonwealth Commissioner for Mental Health leading a $37 billion budget in an attempt to rectify the mental health epidemic.
It’s time we stop seeing love as a romanticised cliche, and begin to harness it’s true power to transform, heal and create.
Daily routine, “dinacharyā”, is one of the pillars of health in Ayurvedic medicine.
Integrating certain practices into your daily routine that are rooted in natural law supports one to smoothly flow on their path of evolution with minimal friction and maximum health.
This podcast features world renowned Ayurvedic doctor, Vaidya Ādityā Raju, who generously shares wisdom on the Ayurvedic daily routine in such an elaborate way like you have probably never heard before.
This episode was auspiciously recorded on the eve of the fullest moon of the year, known as “Guru Pūrṇimā.”
Thus, we explore the role of Guru – which literally translates to “that which removes darkness”, and the multitude of qualities of “Guru consciousness.”
3 Most Listened to Episodes By You, the Audience
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Please seek advice from a qualified practitioner before starting any new health practice.