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Paleo Ayurveda and Spartan Yoga

Welcome to Spartan Mind Strength- Home of Paleo Ayurveda & Spartan Yoga-  20ish min podcast. Every Thursday. Ancestral Sciences such as Paleo Ayurveda and Greek Medicine, Movement, Nutrition, Meditation, Breathwork, Stoicism, Tantra and Upanishads. From the novice to the expert. Find us on all major platforms, including iHeartRADIO, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, and Spotify.

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Aug 15, 2019


  • The fifth chakra (aka throat chakra) is called vishuddha in Sanskrit
  • Tim is singing, Talk About It by Funky Town:
  • Vishuddha translates to pure, established, thoroughly settled
  • A person with a healthy throat chakra does not randomly give opinions without prior knowledge
  • The location...

Aug 8, 2019


  • The fourth chakra (aka heart chakra) is called anahata in Sanskrit, pronounced anaahata
  • Tim is singing the Groove Is In The Heart by Deee Lite:
  • Anaahata means unstruck, referring to the sound that our heart makes that we cannot hear. Deep isn’t it? :)
  • The keyword of the heart...

Aug 1, 2019


  • The third chakra (aka solar plexus chakra) is called manipura in Sanskrit, pronounced manipuura
  • Manipuura translates to “city of gems or precious stones”
  • Tim is singing “Mony Mony” by Billy Idol
  • The third chakra is about courage and will power, NOT about power
  • The “city of...

Jul 25, 2019


  • The second chakra (aka sacral chakra) is called svadisthana in Sanskrit, pronounced svaadisthaana
  • Tim is singing “I feel for You” from Chaka Khan:
  • The second chakra is what gives you your self-identity and self-esteem
  • How the second chakra relates to the water element
  • The second...

Jul 18, 2019


  • The Root Chakra is called muladhara in Sanskrit -- it is actually pronounced with a long u and long a, as in muulaadhaara
  • Muulaa means root and dhaara to hold, to contain
  • Tim is singing the Roof is on Fire by Rock Master Scott and The Dynamic Three :)
  • We think, we feel...