Welcome to Living Sattva, your destination for simple, conscious, blissful living.
Living Sattva offers tools for simple, conscious, and blissful living. This includes a series of simple vegetarian cookbooks for people of all ages, skills and interests. Learn how to manifest Sattvic Ananda (pure bliss) in your everyday life. Living Sattva integrates and promotes the concepts of peaceful coexistence with other creatures on the planet, build tolerance, promote sharing, and actively care for the Earth as outlined in the Sanatana Dharma.
Sattva is a quality of nature that represents existence or reality, the purity, light, divine and harmony. It is the balancing nature of 3 gunas, illuminating attribute of nature. Gunas, are the three qualities of nature or prakriti: Passion (rajas), Dullness or inertia (tamas) and Goodness or purity (sattva).
Today, more and more people are eating organic food. The concept of organic food is of interest to everyone. The ideals of organic food appeals to most people because of its inclusive nature. Here is a short introduction to the concepts behind organic food:
My friend Monica is interested in Sattvic cooking. She asked me, I want to start a Sattvic kitchen. How do I go about doing this? The question has several answers. This blog post covers information about stocking your kitchen. The next blog post will cover about what kinds of vessels are used in sattvic kitchen.
Until we decide to change something, we never know the extent of our knowledge or ignorance. It is important to be open and willing to test this out for yourself. Swami Vivekananda once said: “Experience is the only source of knowledge.” You can read more about where this quotes from here. In response to last month’s blog …