DISCOVER THE AYURVEDIC SECRET TO MENTAL HEALTH & EMOTIONAL BLISS AND LEARN HOW TO PACIFY 3 DIFFERENT TYPES OF MENTAL AND EMOTIONAL IMBALANCES NATURALLY

NOTE: You may be overlooking this all-important aspect even while following a diet and fitness routine. Watch to find out! 

  • Discover a unique Ayurvedic approach to dealing with mental and emotional imbalances 
  • Learn how your Dosha influences your state of mind and your reactions 
  • Learn targeted strategies to identify your negative-thinking patterns and get powerful tools to break, repair and rebuild these patterns 
  • Explore specific Ayurvedic diet and lifestyle ideas to deal with everyday emotional disturbances naturally, with no chemicals or medications 
  • Learn how to eat, live and sleep right according to your ‘doshic imbalances of the mind’ 
  • Find out which foods may be contributing to your anxiety and anger issues  
  • Learn the Ayurvedic management of extremely common conditions like anxiety, depression and ADHD
  • Unearth hidden powerful connections between the food you eat and the way you feel 
  • Learn Ayurvedic strategies to amplify your happy hormones 
  • Achieve a state of harmony and bliss – for yourself and your loved ones! 

“You’re waking up with joy and energy every day… 

You’re going to sleep with peace and tranquility every night… 

You’re successfully completing your chores and meeting your health goals with energy and enthusiasm, daily… 

You’re not complaining about your joint pains or how your children don’t care enough or how stressful it is to be around ‘that’ person…. 

You love yourself, you love your life, you love other people and you’re happy about their success and joy too!...”

IS THIS WHAT YOUR LIFE LOOKS LIKE?

Well, if it does, you will love what Ayurveda has to say about this. But if it doesn’t look like this, well, it will, soon.

So let’s address this first - why does it NOT look like this? 

You probably already know that the more negatively you think, the more negative things happen to you. That the less you believe and consciously work towards your healing, the less you heal. One of the greatest factors behind all sickness is our thought pattern, and our control or the lack of control over it. And no, we’re not bringing up ‘The Secret’ or a creative visualization technique here. We’re talking about something very physical, very concrete. We’re talking about states of your mind which have a to-and-from relationship with your body and directly influence the graph on your health chart. 

Think of just last week - did something nice happen that made you feel hopeful and excited about something again? Maybe you were in such a great mood that work was a breeze that day. Or, did something bad happen that disturbed you so much, ruining your mood in such a way that you could not even enjoy other things that may have been good for you? 

OR - YOU’VE FOUND SOME UNEXPLAINED PAINS AND PROBLEMS HERE AND THERE, WHICH MODERN SCIENCE COULD CALL ‘PSYCHOSOMATIC’? 

A random headache, an unexplained stomach ache, inconvenient phobias or even just constant negative talk, eating away your happiness? Your mind and body are intrinsically connected, and the health of each is dependent on the other. But that’s no news, right? What might be new to you, however, is the Ayurvedic approach to mental health that paves a beautiful way to complete well-being of your mind, body and spirit.

So what is the Ayurvedic Secret to mental health and emotional bliss?

Like many other concepts, even for mental health and well-being, Ayurveda has a unique approach and the Ayurvedic key to mental health and emotional bliss lies in the ‘Sattvic’ mind. 

What is the ‘Sattvic’ mind? 

Ayurveda recognizes three gunas reflected in the 3 states of mind- Sattwa, Rajas and Tamas

While ‘Tamas’ is the state of ignorance, which yields negativity and destruction, and ‘Rajas’ is the state of distraction, which yields disturbance and stress, ‘Sattva’ is the state of complete mental clarity which yields true peace of mind through various circumstances. 

The Sattvic mind is likened to a still pond. It is the perfect reflection of the beauty that surrounds it and one can clearly see its depths. The person with a Sattvic mind is able to reflect the beauty of the creation. There is nothing marring their inner beauty from shining through.

The Sattvic mind is likened to a still pond. It is the perfect reflection of the beauty that surrounds it and one can clearly see its depths. The person with a Sattvic mind is able to reflect the beauty of the creation. There is nothing marring their inner beauty from shining through. 

This is the only balanced and contented state of mind. In the Sattvic mind, the person is clear about their state of mind and its qualities. They are free to respond in the present moment in the way that is most needed since they are not bound by past patterns to determine present responses. 

This state of mind is proactive. It knows what is coming in the future and may take steps in the present to assure the best possible future. They are not attached, though, to that projection but are open to change as change is warranted. 

This person is able to clearly see their patterns and able to respond in the moment and control their distractions. When they maintain a Sattvik mind, they are emotionally strong, stable, blissful and positive and thus attract and inspire many others too! 

You too can choose which state of mind you want to keep and you can choose to live with a Sattvic Mind for the rest of your life! 

And how do you do that? 

As we mentioned, even a 75-year old adult’s brain chemistry is not static or hardwired as previously thought, but provided the right stimuli, it can be changed and even REWIRED! 

WHAT DO WE MEAN BY RIGHT STIMULI?

Identifying the unconscious triggers behind your current behavioral patterns and solving them through conscious choices such as 

  • Eating right for your unique physiology 
  • Exercising, but exercising SMART 
  • Learning about and eliminating the foods that are exacerbating your anger issues or depression 
  • Adopting mind-body techniques and many, many other practical changes you can start making TODAY! 


The right stimuli for change take your entire BEING into account and view your mental health as an integral part of your PHYSICAL well-being. The answer does not lie in chemical drugs but in making self-aware, systemic lifestyle changes that bring your brain into balance.

What happens when the brain finds balance?

With a balanced brain, we can stay grounded in the present moment, able to respond to present moment situations from the present, not unconsciously from our history, nor from fear of our future. We respond to life’s stresses – such as being laid off from work, divorce, or negative criticism -- with vibrant equanimity instead of depression, passivity or panic. Studies now clearly show that a mind struggling to process stress weakens the body’s immunity. A mind in turmoil increases our risk to heart disease, obesity and cancer and even accelerates aging! 

SO YOU SEE, MENTAL HEALTH IS CRITICAL TO YOUR WELL-BEING!

Our brains have never been so stressed! 

Modern lifestyles have thrown off all our natural rhythms and cycles – causing imbalances to overpower us. Poor sleeping habits, a disconnect with nature, constant exposure to technology and disturbing, hyper-stimulating visuals mean our systems are in a state of CONSTANT STRESS. We urgently need a healing model that restores our body and mind to their native, optimized state of energy! 

What happens when the brain finds balance?

With a balanced brain, we can stay grounded in the present moment, able to respond to present moment situations from the present, not unconsciously from our history, nor from fear of our future. We respond to life’s stresses – such as being laid off from work, divorce, or negative criticism - with vibrant equanimity instead of depression, passivity or panic. Studies now clearly show that a mind struggling to process stress weakens the body’s immunity. A mind in turmoil increases our risk to heart disease, obesity and cancer and even accelerates aging! 

SO YOU SEE, MENTAL HEALTH IS CRITICAL TO YOUR WELL-BEING!

Our brains have never been as stressed! 

Modern lifestyles have thrown off all our natural rhythms and cycles – causing imbalances to overpower us. Poor sleeping habits, a disconnect with nature, constant exposure to technology and disturbing, hyper-stimulating visuals mean our systems are in a state of CONSTANT STRESS. We urgently need a healing model that restores our body and mind to their native, optimized state of energy! 

How can we restore health to the mind? 

Which healing system gives you the tools to obtain good sleep, naturally replace negative behaviors like overeating with positive counterparts and increase your brain’s innate neuroplasticity

A healing system which defined “Good Health” in these RADICAL words 1800 years ago, long before Western psychology and psychiatry got there. Good health is represented by “Balanced dosha, balanced dhatu, and proper formation of tissues and elimination of waste, proper functioning of all sense and motor organs, strong sense of self and complete peace of mind” says the Sushruta Samhita, a primary text of the wise, holistic Indian healing system, Ayurveda. 

The last bit of that definition REALLY is the hidden CRUX of optimal health – “a strong sense of self and complete peace of mind.” Ayurveda recognizes - rather, insists - that a still mind and healthy self-esteem are the key to good health, and that physical health is not possible without mental health and vice versa. In the hands of an experienced, sensitive practitioner, Ayurveda makes a calm mind a reality.

This is what an Ayurvedic and Yogic model of mental health shows you - 

Evolved and holistic, Ayurveda tells us the mind is an infinite, complex organism, which is bound with our bodies, actions and behaviors. Every thought impacts our body. And every bodily action echoes in the mind. 

But understanding the mind-body connect is just one half of the equation, the other is using this connect to rewire neural pathways! In other words, change our physical, emotional and mental habits to become truly, kinetically healthy. 

To help you find this model of health and well-being, the Ayurveda Experience is proud to bring to you a unique, exciting course: 

Through this course, you will understand the complex Ayurvedic model of the mind in a fun, relatable format and how to apply that knowledge to change your habits and your life in the NOW. From the critical and little-known importance of the environment in which you partake food, spices and herbs to balance your energies, the right breathing exercises and meditation techniques for your particular emotional issues, to the detailed management of extremely common conditions like depression and ADHD, this course covers a wide range of topics that can transform your life!

Ayurvedic and Yogic sciences place great importance on the teacher imparting the knowledge, which is why we are so excited to tell you that The Ayurvedic Secret to Mental Health & Emotional Bliss: The Sattvic Mind has been authored by none other than one of the most respected and admired teachers of Ayurveda in the United States: Mary Thompson.

Meet Mary Thompson

  • An Ayurveda expert 
  • One of the leading teachers of Ayurveda in the US 
  • A panchakarma specialist 
  • An author 
  • An internationally recognized speaker and leader in Ayurveda education


Mary has been teaching Ayurveda for 30 years at the California College of Ayurveda since 1996. Mary has trained with Dr. Marc Halpern in California and studied with Dr. Subhash & Sunanda Ranade and Dr. Avinash & Bharti Lele in Pune, India at the International Academy of Ayurveda. Mary is also a founding board member of the California Association of Ayurvedic Medicine. 

Since she became an Ayurvedic teacher and practitioner, Mary has dedicated her life to supporting the spread of Ayurveda in the West. She does this via teaching in school and the webinars she offers to both the public and practitioners. Mary’s teaching style is entertaining and enlightening. Her students appreciate her humor and intellect and find her inspiring. Just one look at her calm, warm demeanor and you can tell that she is not only a wise teacher but also practices Ayurvedic principles in her own life to achieve mental health. As a recipient of the Charaka Award for Excellence in Ayurvedic Teaching, Mary has helped many, many of her patients successfully deal with mental health issues.

Issues almost synonymous now with modern lifestyles: depression, lethargy, insomnia, anxiety and ADHD. Mary has changed lives, but why is she talking about mental health with you today? 

Because, even as you read this, your negative thought patterns may be contributing to your chronic back pain or frequent throat infections. The constantly running loop of self-criticism or anxious “what-if” questions running through your brain may be amplifying your levels of adrenaline and other “high-stress” neurotransmitters, lowering your immunity. 

And not only does your mental health deeply influence your physical issues as we just discovered, poor mental health is now also becoming somewhat of a global pandemic. 

Statistics from the World Health Organisation tell us that one in four adults in the world – that is a whopping 25% of the global adult population - will suffer from a mental health problem at least once in their lives. Around 450 million people currently suffer from such conditions, placing mental disorders among the leading causes of ill-health and disability worldwide – and these are just diagnosed or documented mental “disorders”; not counting the increased stress levels, insecurities and worries that are becoming second nature to most of us. 

The question remains: despite the advances of Western psychology, why is the rate of mental disorders on the rise? Just to take one example, the rates of ADHD diagnoses have increased by a mind-boggling 43% just in the last nine years in the United States! We are talking about an entire generation of kids being put on chemical stimulants to help them focus at school. Clearly, we need a more holistic model for mental health, one that uncovers and heals the CAUSE of these issues and not just SYMPTOMS. 

Here’s looking at what you will learn through The Ayurvedic Secret to Mental Health & Emotional Bliss: The Sattvic Mind and how it can help you and your family become emotionally healthy and stay more aware, energetic and joyful! In over 5 hours of beautiful course videos, you will learn all about!

1. Content Overview 

2. How Ayurveda Defines Health 

  • 2.1. The Subtler Aspects of Physical Health 
  • 2.2. Why Yogis Say Mental Health Is the Key to Wellness 
  • 2.3. What Exactly Do We Experience When We Are Not Experiencing Mental Health? 
  • 2.4. How Straying From the Present Aggravates Emotionally Unhealthy Behaviors 
  • 2.5. Strategic Use of Timely, Conscious Action to Counter Anxiety 
  • 2.6. The Big Picture That Western Psychology Misses Versus An Ayurvedic Approach 


3. Uncovering Why Your Mind Displays Particular Patterns 

  • Discover Your Unconscious State of Mind Through Techniques Such As: 
  • Detached Observation 
  • The Tally Sheet Method 
  • Tell-tale Signs in Body and Breath 

4. Learn the Dosha Or Element – Vata, Pitta Or Kapha - Driving Your Unconscious Triggers 

  • 4.1. Discover Crucial Linkages Such As What Your Anxiety Has To Do With Vata 
  • 4.2. How A Pitta Imbalance In The Mind Manifests 
  • 4.3. What Is Your State Of Depression Telling You About the Balance Of Your Kapha And the Answer To More Such Interesting Connections 


5. Where’s Your Mind at Today? 

  • 5.1. Identify If Your Mind Is In A Sattvic, Rajasic Or Tamasic State, And What That Means For Your Healing 
  • Learn How Your Doshas Interact With Your Current State Of Mind


6. Identify Your Negative Patterns 

  • 6.1. What Are “Crimes Against Wisdom” And Why We Commit Them Every Day 
  • Unearth Why You Keep Up With Habits Such As Smoking Even When You Know They Are Bad For You 
  • How To Mute “Negative Self-Talk”, One Of The Biggest Roadblocks To Mental Health 

7. You Matter: Why You Need To Commit To Self-Care Today 

  • Begin Self-Care By Bringing Balance To Your Body 
  • Apply Ayurveda’s Fascinating Three-Body Model To Pacifying Your System 
  • The Doshas In The Body – Explore Your Unique Physiology 


8. Tools To Generate Health 

  • 8.1. Balance Your Physiology through Tips For Eating, Sleeping And Even Working Right
  • 8.2. Why The Breath Or Prana Is A Bridge Between Body And Mind 
  • 8.3. Why Self-Awareness Is The Springboard To Change 
  • - Habits To Generate “Quiet-Time” For Self-Awareness 
  • 8.4. Cultivating Sattwa Or Mental Clarity 
  • 8.5. Learn The Importance Of Staying In The Present

9. Discover The Practical Steps That Can Help You Balance Body, Breath And Mind  

  • 9.1. Why Yogis Say Eating Right Is Over Half The Battle Won 
  • What the Ancient, Wise Medical Text The Charak Samhita Tells Us On Guidelines For Healthy Eating 
  • The Crucial Reason Eating A Big Mac Consciously Is Better Than Eating Quinoa Without Awareness! 
  • How Your Food Choices Impact Mental Health 
  • Learn How To Eat Food To Calm The Senses 
  • Unearth Hidden Links Between The Way You Chew Your Food And Your Depression! 
  • How To Sync Your Food Habits With The Seasons 
  • 9.2. Why Rishis Considered Sleep to Be One Of the Pillars Of Good Health 
  • An Actionable, Stepwise Plan to Solve Your Insomnia And Sleep Apnea 
  • Learn The Tools For The Right Sleep Hygiene And Discipline According To Your Dosha 
  • How To Calm Brain Wave Patterns So You Don’t Wake Up In The Middle Of The Night 
  • 9.3. The Tie In Of Energy, Sexuality And Mental Health 
  • What Conventional Medicine Never Told You: Why A Channelized Sexuality Or “Brahmacharya” Is Vital To Mental Health 
  • Discover Routines and Habits That Channelize Powerful Sexual Energy Positively 
  • 9.4. How To Build An Optimal Daily Schedule To Unblock Your Energy 
  • Planning The Correct Dinacharya Or Daily Routine To Conserve Energy 
  • Learn Effective Time-Management For Eating, Sleeping, Working, Sex And More 
  • Tips and Tricks to Sync Your Dinacharya with Your Dominant Dosha 
  • 9.5. A Primer on Exercising Right To Decongest Dhatus Or Tissues And Get the Lymph Flowing 

10. Why Rishis Insist You Must Take Control Of the Breath To Take Control Of the Body  

  • 10.1. How To Use Your Abdominal Muscles For Optimal Breathing 
  • 10.2. How To Take Your Pulse To Calm Your Breath And Cope With Anxiety 


11. How To Bring Balance To The Mind, Through Invaluable Tools Like 

  • 11.1. Stream Of Consciousness Journaling 
  • 11.2. Talk to Friends 
  • 11.3. Keeping A Tally Sheet 
  • 11.4. Pointers On Identifying And Restraining Yamas - Or Your Negative Instincts And Thought Patterns And 
  • 11.5. Niyamas, The Healthy, Clean Qualities Of The Mind You Want To Foster Further 
  • 11.6. How To Begin The Work Of Rewiring Your Brain 
  • • Tips To Replace Unwanted Thought Patterns With Desired Thought Patterns 
  • 11.7. Explore the Mind-Body Connect Through Meditation 
  • Learn and Practice the Right Meditation Type For You, Whether It Be: 
  • • Yoga Nidra 
  • • Breath Meditation 
  • • Mantra Meditation 
  • • Insight Meditation 
  • • Walking Meditation 
  • • Mindfulness Meditation 

12. The Dish on Doshas: Pacifying Vata Mental And Emotional Imbalance 

  • 12.1. Vital Insights Like How To Space Meals To Cure Your Vata-Induced Panic Disorder 
  • Learn The Food Groups That Suit Vata 
  • Learn How To Eat To Calm The Senses And Nervous System In Vata Imbalances 
  • Sensorial Inputs To Calm Vata Through Sound, Touch, Taste Feel And Smell 
  • A Comprehensive, Detailed Exercise Routine And Combo For Vata-Imbalanced Mental States 
  • 12.2. How To Pacify Vata Through Breath Exercises 
  • What Does the Way You Breathe Say About Your Mental State And Doshic Imbalance 
  • Learn The Best Pranayama And Best Posture (Mudra) For Vata-Imbalanced Minds 
  • 12.3. How to Stop Your Mind from Obsessing About “What If…”
  •  Practical Tips on Replacing Negative Thoughts With Healthy Thinking
  •  Learn The Best Herbs For The Vata Mind 
  • A Unique, Relaxing Tea Recipe to Calm the Vata Mind! 

13. Pacifying Pitta Mental And Emotional Imbalance  

  • 13.1. Foods and Food Habits: How to Go Conscious Grocery-Shopping To Restore Your Pitta Imbalance 
  • How to Nourish the Five Senses to Cool the Pitta-Imbalanced Mind 
  • Specific Exercise Routines To Cool Pitta And Get The Energy Flowing 
  • 13.2. Tips to Exercise the Breath In Pitta 
  • The Pranayama Tailor-Made For Pitta
  • 13.3. How The Pitta Hothead Can Cool The Mind 
  • Discover Which Is the Natural Instinct For The Pitta Type 
  • Brain Training For Pitta: Steps To Replace Unhealthy Thoughts With Healthy Thoughts 
  • Learn the Herbs That Cool Pitta 

14. Pacifying Kapha Mental And Emotional Imbalance

  • 14.1. Learn the Tell-Tale Signs Of A Kapha Imbalance 
  • Which Foods and Food Habits Can Restore Kapha Imbalance 
  • The Special Role of Digestion In Kapha-Imbalanced Mental States 
  • How To Calm The Senses In Kapha 
  • Which Exercise Routine Should You Adopt For Kapha 
  • 14.2. Calming the Breath In Kapha 
  • • A Pranayama Primer For The Kapha-Imbalanced Mind 
  • How to Stimulate The Mind In Kapha Through Awareness, Training and Replacement 
  • Discover Kapha’s Natural Instinct And How To Align With It For Better Mental Health 
  • Tips For Pattern Replacement And Rewiring Your Brain’s Circuitry 
  • Explore the Spices and Herbs to Stimulate the Kapha Mind 
  • Brew This Tea To Energize The Kapha Imbalanced Mind 

15. The Ayurvedic Approach To Specific Disease Conditions

  • 15.1. Depression
  • How to Treat Anxiety Driven Depression, Through Tools Like o Daily Sun Exposure 
  • o Keeping A Mood Journal 
  • o The Use Of Vitamins And Supplements And o Herbs Like Saffron And Shankhapushpi 
  • A Detailed Program To Address Clinical Depression Through 
  • o Meditation 
  • o Exercise 
  • o The Use Of Nervine Tonic Herbs Like Basil, And Many More Tips 
  • o A Planned Dinacharya 
  • Managing Situational Depression Through 
  • o Anger Management Techniques 
  • o The Use of Cooling Herbs And Beverages 
  • o Strategies to Decongest the Liver 
  • 15.2. Lethargy And Inaction 
  • How To Climb Out Of One’s “Doshic Rut” Or The Passivity Patterns To Which We Are Predisposed Through 
  • Steps To Stimulate The Body Through Shake-Ups In Daily Routine 
  • Stimulating The Mind Through Herbs And Mental Exercises And Discipline 
  • Stimulate The Brain Through Forging New Neural Patterns 
  • 15.3. Steps To Overcome Fear And Worry 
  • Why Stimulants Like Caffeine Are Not The Answer 
  • How To Align The Five Vayus Or Energies 
  • 15.4. ADD/ADHD 
  • Why ADHD Cases Are On The Rise 
  • How to Treat the Root Cause And Not Merely The Symptoms Of ADHD 
  • What Western Psychology And Chemical Stimulants Miss About ADHD 
  • Natural Techniques To Boost Dopamine And Norepinephrine – The Calming Hormones – In ADHD Cases 
  • A Detailed Dinacharya For ADHD 
  • How To Exercise Body And Breath To Heal ADHD

16. Overview - Summary Of Treating Mental & Emotional Disorders

  • Become Aware Of The State Of The Mind 
  • o Identify The State Of Your Mind 
  • Become Aware Of The Causes Of Disease 
  • Identify The Positive Benefit Of The Behavior 
  • Begin To Make Changes In Your Daily Life
  • o Exercise 
  • o The Use Of Nervine Tonic Herbs Like Basil, And Many More Tips 
  • o A Planned Dinacharya 
  • Managing Situational Depression Through
  •  o Food 
  • o Sleep 
  • o Energy 
  • o Sexual Expression

Here’s looking at what you will learn through The Ayurvedic Secret to Mental Health & Emotional Bliss: The Sattvic Mind and how it can help you and your family become emotionally healthy and stay more aware, energetic and joyful! In over 5 hours of beautiful course videos, you will learn all about!

1. Content overview 

2. How Ayurveda Defines Health 

  • 2.1. The Subtler Aspects of Physical Health 
  • 2.2. Why Yogis Say Mental Health Is the Key to Wellness 
  • 2.3. What Exactly Do We Experience When We Are Not Experiencing Mental Health? 
  • 2.4. How Straying From the Present Aggravates Emotionally Unhealthy Behaviors 
  • 2.5. Strategic Use of Timely, Conscious Action to Counter Anxiety 
  • 2.6. The Big Picture That Western Psychology Misses Versus An Ayurvedic Approach 


3. Uncovering Why Your Mind Displays Particular Patterns 

  • Discover Your Unconscious State Of Mind Through Techniques, Such As 
  • Detached Observation 
  • The Tally Sheet Method 
  • Tell-tale Signs in Body and Breath 

4. Learn the Dosha Or Element – Vata, Pitta Or Kapha - Driving Your Unconscious Triggers 

  • 4.1. Discover Crucial Linkages Such As What Your Anxiety Has To Do With Vata 
  • 4.2. How A Pitta Imbalance In The Mind Manifests 
  • 4.3. What Is Your State Of Depression Telling You About the Balance Of Your Kapha And the Answer To More Such Interesting Connections 


5. Where’s Your Mind at Today? 

  • 5.1. Identify If Your Mind Is In A Sattvic, Rajasic Or Tamasic State, And What That Means For Your Healing 
  • • Learn How Your Doshas Interact With Your Current State Of Mind


6. Identify Your Negative Patterns 

  • 6.1. What Are “Crimes Against Wisdom” And Why We Commit Them Every Day 
  • • Unearth Why You Keep Up With Habits Such As Smoking Even When You Know They Are Bad For You 
  • • How To Mute “Negative Self-Talk”, One Of The Biggest Roadblocks To Mental Health 


7. You Matter: Why You Need To Commit To Self-Care Today 

  • Begin Self-Care By Bringing Balance To Body 
  • Apply Ayurveda’s Fascinating Three-Body Model To Pacifying Your System 
  • The Doshas In The Body – Explore Your Unique Physiology


8. Tools To Generate Health 

  • 8.1. Balance Your Physiology through Tips For Eating, Sleeping And Even Working Right 
  • 8.2. Why The Breath Or Prana Is A Bridge Between Body And Mind 
  • 8.3. Why Self-Awareness Is The Springboard To Change 
  • • Habits To Generate “Quiet-Time” For Self-Awareness 
  • 8.4. Cultivating Sattwa Or Mental Clarity 
  • 8.5. Learn The Importance Of Staying In The Present


9. Discover The Practical Steps That Can Help You Balance Body, Breath And Mind 

  • 9.1. Why Yogis Say Eating Right Is Over Half The Battle Won 
  • What the Ancient, Wise Medical Text The Charak Samhita Tells Us On Guidelines For Healthy Eating 
  • The Crucial Reason Eating A Big Mac Consciously Is Better Than Eating Quinoa Without Awareness! 
  • How Your Food Choices Impact Mental Health 
  • Learn How To Eat Food To Calm The Senses 
  • Unearth Hidden Links Between The Way You Chew Your Food And Your Depression! 
  • How To Sync Your Food Habits With The Seasons 
  • 9.2. Why Rishis Considered Sleep to Be One Of the Pillars Of Good Health 
  • An Actionable, Stepwise Plan to Solve Your Insomnia And Sleep Apnea 
  • Learn The Tools For The Right Sleep Hygiene And Discipline According To Your Dosha 
  • How To Calm Brain Wave Patterns So You Don’t Wake Up In The Middle Of The Night 
  • 9.3. The Tie In Of Energy, Sexuality And Mental Health 
  • What Conventional Medicine Never Told You: Why A Channelized Sexuality Or “Brahmacharya” Is Vital To Mental Health 
  • Discover Routines and Habits That Channelize Powerful Sexual Energy Positively 
  • 9.4. How To Build An Optimal Daily Schedule To Unblock Your Energy 
  • Planning The Correct Dinacharya Or Daily Routine To Conserve Energy 
  • Learn Effective Time-Management For Eating, Sleeping, Working, Sex And More 
  • Tips and Tricks to Sync Your Dinacharya with Your Dominant Dosha 
  • 9.5. A Primer on Exercising Right To Decongest Dhatus Or Tissues And Get the Lymph Flowing

10. Why Rishis Insist You Must Take Control Of the Breath To Take Control Of the Body 

  • 10.1. How To Use Your Abdominal Muscles For Optimal Breathing 
  • 10.2. How To Take Your Pulse To Calm Your Breath And Cope With Anxiety 


11. How To Bring Balance To The Mind, Through Invaluable Tools Like

  • 11.1. Stream Of Consciousness Journaling 
  • 11.2. Talk to Friends 
  • 11.3. Keeping A Tally Sheet 
  • 11.4. Pointers On Identifying And Restraining Yamas - Or Your Negative Instincts And Thought Patterns And 
  • 11.5. Niyamas, The Healthy, Clean Qualities Of The Mind You Want To Foster Further 
  • 11.6. How To Begin The Work Of Rewiring Your Brai
  • • Tips To Replace Unwanted Thought Patterns With Desired Thought Patterns 
  • 11.7. Explore the Mind-Body Connect Through Meditation 
  • Learn and Practice the Right Meditation Type For You, Whether It Be: 
  • • Yoga Nidra 
  • • Breath Meditation 
  • • Mantra Meditation 
  • • Insight Meditation 
  • • Walking Meditation 
  • • Mindfulness Meditation 

12. The Dish on Doshas: Pacifying Vata Mental And Emotional Imbalance 

  • 12.1. Vital Insights Like How To Space Meals To Cure Your Vata-Induced Panic Disorder 
  • Learn The Food Groups That Suit Vata 
  • Learn How To Eat To Calm The Senses And Nervous System In Vata Imbalances 
  • Sensorial Inputs To Calm Vata Through Sound, Touch, Taste Feel And Smell 
  • A Comprehensive, Detailed Exercise Routine And Combo For Vata-Imbalanced Mental States 
  • 12.2. How To Pacify Vata Through Breath Exercises 
  • What Does the Way You Breathe Say About Your Mental State And Doshic Imbalance 
  • Learn The Best Pranayama And Best Posture (Mudra) For Vata-Imbalanced Minds 
  • 12.3. How to Stop Your Mind from Obsessing About “What If…” 
  • Practical Tips on Replacing Negative Thoughts With Healthy Thinking 
  • Learn The Best Herbs For The Vata Mind 
  • A Unique, Relaxing Tea Recipe to Calm the Vata Mind! 

13. Pacifying Pitta Mental And Emotional Imbalance 

  • 13.1. Foods and Food Habits: How to Go Conscious Grocery-Shopping To Restore Your Pitta Imbalance 
  • How to Nourish the Five Senses to Cool the Pitta-Imbalanced Mind 
  • Specific Exercise Routines To Cool Pitta And Get The Energy Flowing 
  • 13.2. Tips to Exercise the Breath In Pitta 
  • The Pranayama Tailor-Made For Pitta 
  • 13.3. How The Pitta Hothead Can Cool The Mind 
  • Discover Which Is the Natural Instinct For The Pitta Type 
  • Brain Training For Pitta: Steps To Replace Unhealthy Thoughts With Healthy Thoughts 
  • Learn the Herbs That Cool Pitta 

14. Pacifying Kapha Mental And Emotional Imbalance

  • 14.1. Learn the Tell-Tale Signs Of A Kapha Imbalance 
  • Which Foods and Food Habits Can Restore Kapha Imbalance 
  • The Special Role of Digestion In Kapha-Imbalanced Mental States
  • How To Calm The Senses In Kapha 
  • Which Exercise Routine Should You Adopt For Kapha 
  • 14.2. Calming the Breath In Kapha • A Pranayama Primer For The Kapha-Imbalanced Mind
  • How to Stimulate The Mind In Kapha Through Awareness, Training and Replacement 
  • Discover Kapha’s Natural Instinct And How To Align With It For Better Mental Health 
  • Tips For Pattern Replacement And Rewiring Your Brain’s Circuitry 
  • Explore the Spices and Herbs to Stimulate the Kapha Mind 
  • Brew This Tea To Energize The Kapha Imbalanced Mind 

15. The Ayurvedic Approach To Specific Disease Conditions

  • 15.1. Depression 
  • How to Treat Anxiety Driven Depression, Through Tools Like o Daily Sun Exposure 
  • o Keeping A Mood Journal
  • o The Use Of Vitamins And Supplements And o Herbs Like Saffron And Shankhapushpi 
  • A Detailed Program To Address Clinical Depression Through o Meditation 
  • o Exercise 
  • o The Use Of Nervine Tonic Herbs Like Basil, And Many More Tips 
  • o A Planned Dinacharya 
  • Managing Situational Depression Through 
  • o Anger Management Techniques 
  • o The Use of Cooling Herbs And Beverages 
  • o Strategies to Decongest the Liver 
  • 15.2. Lethargy And Inaction 
  • How To Climb Out Of One’s “Doshic Rut” Or The Passivity Patterns To Which We Are Predisposed Through 
  • Steps To Stimulate The Body Through Shake-Ups In Daily Routine 
  • Stimulating The Mind Through Herbs And Mental Exercises And Discipline
  • Stimulate The Brain Through Forging New Neural Patterns 
  • 15.3. Steps To Overcome Fear And Worry
  • Why Stimulants Like Caffeine Are Not The Answer 
  • How To Align The Five Vayus Or Energies 
  • 15.4. ADD/ADHD 
  • Why ADHD Cases Are On The Rise 
  • How to Treat the Root Cause And Not Merely The Symptoms Of ADHD 
  • What Western Psychology And Chemical Stimulants Miss About ADHD 
  • Natural Techniques To Boost Dopamine And Norepinephrine – The Calming Hormones – In ADHD Cases 
  • A Detailed Dinacharya For ADHD 
  • How To Exercise Body And Breath To Heal ADHD

16. Overview - Summary Of Treating Mental & Emotional Disorders

  • Become Aware Of The State Of The Mind 
  • o Identify The State Of Your Mind 
  • Become Aware Of The Causes Of Disease
  • Identify The Positive Benefit Of The Behavior 
  • Begin To Make Changes In Your Daily Life 
  • o Exercise 
  • o The Use Of Nervine Tonic Herbs Like Basil, And Many More Tips 
  • o A Planned Dinacharya 
  • Managing Situational Depression Through 
  • o Food 
  • o Sleep 
  • o Energy 
  • o Sexual Expression

On ordering now, you also a get a Text Companion to accompany the course - free of cost!

This text companion accompanies the video course to help you get a concrete overview of what Mary will be teaching you. You can continue your progress in the program even if you don’t have a device handy to watch the course, or you watch the program and meanwhile follow along in the book. 

You can use the text companion for a quick reference or to jot down your own notes and thoughts while you’re following the program so you can create your very own personal summary with the ideas you found most important! 

Not only will you receive this amazing knowledge, you will also get not one, but SIX practical extras as a bonus! You will receive 4 useful self-assessment sheets, a demonstrative video on breath observation and 26 recipes (including 8 video demonstrations!) to balance your doshas!

And many, many other important concepts, techniques and healing mechanisms. This course will show you practical, actionable plans for your modern day life, how to identify your Red Light, Yellow Light and Green light behaviors and arrest dangerous behaviors at the nascent stage itself. You will learn day-to-day techniques designed to help you cope with the particular stresses of modern living – like learning how to say “no” more often at work or even planning fun – yes, planning fun - to build a buffer against anxiety. This course is full of targeted tricks that are deceptively simple, but can potentially change the way you live! 

Where else will you find such a rich, exhaustive list of topics, including intensive primers on meditation and pranayama techniques, in one place and unpacked with such clear-eyed clarity by a world-renowned expert?

And it helps phenomenally that all this implementable knowledge is being shared in the compassionate, warm style of Mary Thompson – one of the top Ayurveda teachers and healers in the United States. 

In Mary’s words: 

“Self-awareness is the springboard to change.” 

“Mary is not just a teacher with years of experience, but it’s really the quality of her teaching that’s the most important. Mary is well known for being concise, clear and inspirational. “ 

“Mary Thompson has been a faculty member at the California College of Ayurveda and has been teaching for decades. There are very few people in the USA that have the level of teaching experience that Mary Thompson has, and Mary is not just a teacher with many years of experience, but it’s really the quality of her teaching that’s the most important. Mary is well known for being concise, clear and inspirational. 

Here at California College of Ayurveda, all the students love Mary, she’s a wonderful teacher, she cares deeply about the material she is teaching, she is impassioned about it, and the most important thing is that she is living the principles of Ayurveda that helped her tremendously in her life. 

I’m very pleased that you have the opportunity to share how it has helped Mary and also how it’ll help you, so many blessing to all of you as you go on your journey with Mary Thompson.” 

Dr. Marc Halpern, D.C.,C.A.S.,P.K.S. 

President and Founder of the California College of Ayurveda, Co-founder of the California Association of Ayurvedic Medicine and the National Council on Ayurvedic Education, Former Chairman of the National Committee on Ayurvedic Education for the National Ayurvedic Medical Association 

“Mary has a way of explaining things that’s down to earth, that’s grounded, she’s a real person, she’s a real Westerner and she gets this stuff deep, inside out, and she has raised a child. That’s who you want to learn Ayurveda from, someone who can live it.” 

“I’m here to give my full endorsement of Mary Thompson. She was my first teacher at the California College of Ayurveda and I spent my whole first year studying Ayurveda with Mary Thompson and I just have to say that for many of us this is the path, Ayurveda learning is the path for us to open up into the next level of our life, and our teachers matter, so to have Mary as your teacher on this path is an honor. 

Mary has a way of explaining things that’s down to earth, that’s grounded, shes a real person, she’s a real westerner and she gets this stuff deep inside out and she’s raised a child. That’s who you want to learn Ayurveda from, someone who can live it.” 

Cate Stillman

Author of Modern Ayurveda, Entrepreneur, Ayurvedic Practitioner, Certified Clinical Ayurvedic Specialist. Pancha Karma Specialist and Yoga Teacher, Author and Founder of Yogahealer.com, co-host of the Ayurveda Summit

This ability to continually reinvent as well as see linkages and connections is why Mary has been so successful in healing emotional and mental issues in her practice. Humble and humorous, Mary jokingly calls herself “a work in progress”, and encourages her patients to do the same. After all, change is possible only when one sees oneself as a still-evolving creature! Which brings us to the question:

What impetus to change will you get from this course? Here’s your takeaway:

  • You will be making the INVESTMENT of a lifetime because building mental health is the foundation of wellness 
  • You will learn how to boost your immunity to seasonal illnesses and viral infections by strengthening the body’s stress response 
  • How to reduce your susceptibility to heart disease and hypertension as well as chronic inflammation 
  • How to stay calm even through life-altering events such as loss of livelihood, divorce or caring for an elderly parent 
  • How to naturally amplify levels of happy hormones such as dopamine 
  • Discover hidden linkages between mind, body, spirit and even past karmic patterns 
  • Learn the cardinal principle of Ayurvedic mental health: only a self-aware mind can heal 
  • And use this understanding to stepwise uncover your unconscious triggers, and Your current state of mind 
  • Unearth the doshic imbalances driving your emotional issues 
  • Learn why you persist with negative behaviors despite knowing that they are harmful 
  • Learn why living in the past or the future lays the seeds of mental health issues 
  • Learn about interesting concepts such as neuroplasticity, the role of stress in increasing inflammation, Ayurveda’s three-body theory and many, many more 
  • Discover practical steps to balance doshas 
  • Explore techniques such as tally sheets, stream of consciousness journaling, mood journals and more: identify and learn your thought patterns 
  • Learn how to rewire your brain with techniques that replace negative thoughts and habits with positive counterparts 
  • Learn the innate natural instinct of your dosha-type and why aligning with it is crucial for mental health 
  • Discover effective exercise, pranayama and sleep strategies to build emotional stability 
  • ‘Get’ the surprising linkages between what you eat, how you eat and your mood disorder 
  • Learn the secret connection between things like your love of cheese and your aggression 
  • Explore a stepwise management of conditions like depression and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders 
  • Discover the usage of nervine tonic herbs, spices and roots from ginger to lemon balm to Shankhpushpi 
  • Learn the tell-tale signs of doshic imbalance from your state of mind 

If you’re a Psychologist, Counselor, Personal Development Guide or Mentor, a Wellness Coach or Teacher— 

You’ll find this course very, very useful. This course will introduce you to a whole new world, a whole new perspective that will not only give you a fresh insight but will also give you all natural, practical, easy diet and lifestyle tools to improve emotional wellness. 

When you’ll know about the way the 3 Doshas could be affecting behaviors, when you’ll know the impact food choices could have on emotional states, when you’ll know how to impart to your clients empowering knowledge-tools for dealing with tough situations, you will have an edge over your peers with happily recovered, empowered, radiant clients and students. 

As well as many other exciting recipes, concepts, and above all, the message of EMPOWERMENT

Why do we keep referring to the Ayurvedic healing model as “empowering”?

In Mary‘s words: 

“The strength in Ayurvedic psychology lies with the individual and the determination to bring clarity of thought into the present moment. Our patterns exist only because they remain unconscious. When we shine a light of consciousness on them, we have the ability to choose our response in the present moment.” 

Both Ayurvedic and Western approaches to mental health understand that there is a connection between our unconscious triggers and current behaviors – a childhood trauma may be the reason for our anxiety today, for instance. The DIFFERENCE is that the Ayurvedic healing model is focused on making practical, systemic changes TODAY to rewire neural pathways and amplify levels of happy hormones!

An example of the Ayurvedic healing model in action and how it stands vis-à-vis a conventional approach:

Eight-year-old Brian is having trouble paying attention at school and throws constant temper tantrums. He gets diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or ADHD. Brian’s doctor solves it by prescribing stimulants to increase dopamine and norepinephrine - stimulants which support the brain to maintain focused attention. The theory is that people with ADHD are restless because they self-stimulate through their constant movement and that by speeding up their brain with chemicals, you remove the need for this self-stimulation. 

Now let’s consider what an Ayurvedic approach would do in this situation. It would begin by asking THE RIGHT QUESTIONS. 

  • WHAT in Brian’s temperament forces him to need to remain constantly stimulated in the first place? 
  • What is lacking in Brian’s environment that it is unable to hold his attention? 


Ayurveda would solve for Brian’s ADHD by looking at the CAUSE, not the SYMPTOM – it would first diagnose the elemental or doshic imbalance that predisposes Brian to ADHD. It would put him on a diet and lifestyle that placates his dosha imbalance, thus addressing his entire, linked being, not just his mind. We would also change his ENVIRONMENT. We evolved to connect with nature and play outdoors for hours as children – THAT is the stimulation Brian needs. Provided the right stimuli, HIS BRAIN WILL ADAPT. 

An example of the Ayurvedic healing model in action and how it stands vis-à-vis a conventional approach:

Eight-year-old Brian is having trouble paying attention at school and throws constant temper tantrums. He gets diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or ADHD. Brian’s doctor solves it by prescribing stimulants to increase dopamine and norepinephrine - stimulants which support the brain to maintain focused attention. The theory is that people with ADHD are restless because they self-stimulate through their constant movement and that by speeding up their brain with chemicals, you remove the need for this self-stimulation. 

Now let’s consider what an Ayurvedic approach would do in this situation. It would begin by asking THE RIGHT QUESTIONS. 

  • WHAT in Brian’s temperament forces him to need to remain constantly stimulated in the first place? 
  • What is lacking in Brian’s environment that it is unable to hold his attention? 


Ayurveda would solve for Brian’s ADHD by looking at the CAUSE, not the SYMPTOM – it would first diagnose the elemental or doshic imbalance that predisposes Brian to ADHD. It would put him on a diet and lifestyle that placates his dosha imbalance, thus addressing his entire, linked being, not just his mind. We would also change his ENVIRONMENT. We evolved to connect with nature and play outdoors for hours as children – THAT is the stimulation Brian needs. Provided the right stimuli, HIS BRAIN WILL ADAPT. 

“…I’ve frequently actually asked Mary, have begged her if she would do some videos on her women’s health insight because they are really incredible really tangible and different from anything I’ve ever heard before I have quested for those…”

“I myself have been a yoga teacher for 20 years, including teacher training for a past decade or so, and so I have a pretty good sense of what it takes to be a really skilled teacher and how to involve people in the teaching and I have to say that that’s one of Mary’s greatest attributes. It is her ability to bring the teaching absolutely to the person and she bridges the person and the professional in a way that I haven’t seen before. In fact, I mimic her often now in my own teacher training program in saying that nothing is off topic, that everything that is going on for that individual is relevant Ayurvedic medicine, and that’s particularly true when it comes to women’s health issues and I’ve frequently actually asked Mary, have begged her if she would do some videos on her women’s health insight because they are really incredible really tangible and different from anything I’ve ever heard before I have quested for those for my own clients and students. If I wasn’t here in Canada, I would be in her backyard in a tent awaiting further teaching from her.”

Allie Chisholm Smith, Yoga Teacher, Owner of Ahimsa School 

“…Anyone who gets to study with her is genuinely lucky and I would always be grateful to her for every bit of time I’ve gotten with her as her student…” 

“I know Mary from studying at the CCA and also from private tutoring with her after my graduation. I could never say enough about Mary’s teaching- she is genuinely my greatest Ayurvedic teacher. She brings so much knowledge to the table and the most powerful thing about her teaching is the ability to really take all these big ideas all these obtuse, theories and ideas and really bring them to the ground and make then understandable and digestible. 

And she really brings so much accessibility to this knowledge for people in the now, for people in 2015. She makes it really possible and really easy to blend this ancient knowledge with our modern lives. 

There are so many parts of Mary’s teaching that are potent that it’s hard to pick out just a few but another one of many, many of her strengths is her ability to answer questions from so many different angles. She’s never once failed on a question of mine and I had plenty and she would find answers for me. If I wouldn’t understand one way she would try to find another way. She was really committed to my learning and committed to making this knowledge really mine 

I would take anything that Mary teaches at any point, I would take things more than once, there’s just truly no greater teacher you can ask for. 

Anyone who gets to study with her is genuinely lucky and I would always be grateful to her for every bit of time I’ve gotten with her as her student.”

Carly Beaudin, Clinical Ayurvedic Practitioner

What else does empowerment feel like? 

 Ayurveda, Habits and Happy Hormones

Did you know it takes only 21 days of following a routine for it to become a mental habit, and that keeping your desk tidy can amplify your dopamine levels? This e-course shows you how easy it is to form a positive habit and how such habits boost the release and uptake of “feel-good” neurotransmitters. It illustrates for you the right routine for your particular mood condition and dosha type: why an hour of weekly volunteer work at an animal shelter boosts the right hormones to reverse your lethargy. And many more practical strategies to increase neurotransmitters that produce feelings of happiness and contentment! 

With this course, all this empowerment learning comes at a fraction of the cost you would spend on even six months of therapy! Visualize this – you will spend less on this course than on temporarily stimulating exercises like shopping or drinking - and in the process, learn mental health-boosting techniques for yourself and your family to last a lifetime.  

Here’s Mary’s promise to you:

“By learning about and applying the principles outlined in this program, you will be able to create more happiness in your day-to-day life and will gain greater clarity about what is really creating your unhappiness.”

What Mary’s students say about her:

“I think we’re very lucky to have Mary available as a resource for us in learning Ayurveda.” 

“I’ve known Mary Thompson for several years, she was one of my primary instructors when I was a student at the California College of Ayurveda and I’ve continued to study with Mary beyond graduation, whenever she gives webinars or classes. I’ve even asked Mary to supervise me with a couple of my clients. 

I know Mary to be someone who has a unique combination of innately being a very skilled and adept teacher, while also being a very knowledgeable, effective and studied practitioner. I think we’re very lucky to have Mary available as a resource for us in learning Ayurveda. Mary has a unique ability to take pieces of information that seem big and complex such as pathology, and break them up into small easy to understand, easy to digest but most importantly, easy to work with pieces of information. Please study with Mary whenever you have an opportunity.” ” 

Katrina Svoboda Johnson, Ayurvedic Practitioner

Mary has a great ability to be able to share her perspective and the Ayurvedic practices and bring it down to what everyday people can really understand. 

“Mary Thompson is my Ayurvedic practitioner. Mary introduced me to Ayurveda almost 20 years ago and really opened my eyes to what natural medicine could be. Mary has a great ability to be able to share her perspective and the Ayurvedic practices and bring it down to what everyday people can really understand. Both my husband I have been working with Mary and we both believe in Ayurveda because of what Mary has taught us.”

Linda Rosiak, Client

“…She really brought it to life, Ayurveda, she brought it to life in a way that was almost story-telling and the elements and everything involved with the whole complex science of Ayurveda, Mary somehow had the knack to make it almost very easy for a pre-schooler…”

“I graduated as a student of Mary’s from the California College of Ayurveda in the year 2000 and I must admit, all these years later, Mary is still my favorite teacher. She really brought it to life, Ayurveda, she brought it to life in a way that was almost story-telling and the elements and everything involved with the whole complex science of Ayurveda, Mary somehow had the knack to make it almost very easy for a preschooler- that’s the kind of special teaching I need! So, here’s to Mary and what a wonderful teacher and all of my great memories of that time of my life. I’ve been practicing for over 15 years now and I have a business called Bending Blade Yoga, and it all started with Mary.” 

Karen Barbarick

“If you’re lucky enough to have Mary as a teacher, then you’ll have an edge over everyone else - that’s just how powerful a teacher she is.”

“I owe the vast majority of my knowledge to Mary. She is the favorite among all the students of my class. She has extensive knowledge and experience in Ayurveda, but that alone doesn’t make her a great teacher. 

What I appreciate about Mary is that she can deliver that knowledge and experience she has in multiple ways, so that each student’s specific learning style is met. 

You’ll never hear her say “go look something up in the text”, and if she doesn’t know the answer to something - which is, admittedly, rare - she will always get back to you because even though she became a teacher, her desire for learning never stopped. 

I want to be a teacher myself one day and I hope that I can teach even at half the level that she does, because if I do, my students will be in really good shape. 

If you’re lucky enough to have Mary as a teacher, then you’ll have an edge over everyone else - that’s just how powerful a teacher she is.” 

Saran Eckambaram, Student

“She has the unique ability to take complex subjects like Ayurveda, and be able to explain in such simple terms that it is readily accessible to anyone, regardless of their background.”

“I first met Mary Thompson about 16 years ago. She was an instructor at the California College of Ayurveda and she taught the first year program, and I can pretty accurately speak for everyone in the class when I say that we all really looked forward to whenever she taught. She has the unique ability to take complex subjects like Ayurveda, and be able to explain in such simple terms that it is readily accessible to anyone, regardless of their background. And few people have that rare ability to have a grasp of a subject matter as technical as Ayurveda, and at the same time be able to explain it in such a way. I highly recommend her.”

Dr. Mark Vinick , Holistic Chiropractor

In Mary’s words

“When we have mental health, we have a sense of well-being, that sense that everything is okay and we will be okay regardless of the circumstances we face. We have confidence in ourselves and in others, we trust that we can take care of ourselves and that we are supported. We have a healthy level of self-esteem, we can honestly see and appreciate our self-worth. It is neither inflated and arrogant, nor diminished and self-loathing... All of these create a happy, contented state of mind, a complete sense of peace of mind.”