This cookbook is much more than just food – it is 50 pages full of simple, seasonal and delicious resources for you to live well with Winter.
Inside these beautiful pages you will find:
- A Seasonal Cookbook: Nutritious and healing recipes specifically for winter, including inspiration and ideas for breakfast, mains, soups, sides, sweets, snacks, smoothies and cold-weather tonics.
- A Food Resource: Suggestions on how to prepare and store your meals this season.
- A Yoga Guide: Meditations and yoga practices to create warmth in the body, release anger or frustration and find joy all season long.
- A Manifestation Tool: Suggestions and practices to create a sense of abundance and prosperity for yourself and your loved ones.
- A Personal Workbook: In-depth insights on how to make meaning out of winter from the perspective of Ayurveda, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Astrology and Kundalini Yoga, including journal prompts and contemplations to take your understanding deeper.
Order your copy today to receive your guide before Winter Solstice!
Winter is a time to rest, reflect and vision. Within this season, we find balance when we withdraw to focus energy inward.
As we glance out at the world surrounding us, we see examples of this withdrawal everywhere: the skies become darker, trees live without their lushness, green growth comes to a halt and animals slow down or hibernate.
Winter is the season of death, rebirth, and transformation: a necessary aspect of the yearly cycle to create space for new life. While we are spread out across many climates, winter is a season with temperatures that are generally colder and weather that’s more damp. The body responds to the lack of sun it receives, so whether your winter includes palm trees or evergreens, a change in climate is felt.
The busy schedules we keep at the end of the year can pull us out of sync with the natural cycle of the Earth. Though we may we have less energy to exert in winter, we can find ourselves moving at a faster pace. This can leave us feeling depleted in the new year, which can artificially create stress.
At a time of year when we are more likely to feel isolated, alone, sick and cold, this guide is your resource to living a winter with mindfulness, warmth and community: a cookbook, a meditation tool, and a yoga guide
Julien Elizabeth and Jai Chand Kaur