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Join me for a trip to India for Panchakarma: Image of Belinda

MY ROLE IN ORGANIZING THIS INDIA TRIP

When I volunteered at the Vaidyagrama Ayurvedic Healing Village in 2016, I noticed that many people were struggling with going through the process of Pañchakarma. It’s a difficult process because it strips away toxins and traumas stored in the body. 

 

I decided to organize India trips to help people experience Pañchakarma with support.

 

Ayurveda says that the 4 things necessary for the successful treatment of patients are the physician, the medicines, the attendant, and the patient. I view my role in organizing this India trip to Vaidyagrama as that of the attendant, a support person.

 

Before we leave for Vaidyagrama, I offer two online conference calls to prepare the participants for the experience. India is a very different culture and while Vaidyagrama is a lovely place, it is quite different from anywhere in the US. We will discuss what to bring, how to apply for a visa, what to expect, talk about any concerns and reservations you may have, and set intentions for what you want to receive from this experience.

 

While at Vaidyagrama, I am available to listen and support you through your process. We will meet once daily as a group to share our experiences and concerns. While I won’t intercede between you and your doctor, I will help you to understand the process. I will also be receiving treatment, but I’m available at any time to support you in your process.

Join me for this India trip to receive healing on a deep, cellular level.

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