12 episodes

A Culture of Well-being is a podcast that bridges philosophy of Natural Medicine with practicality and inspiration. It is meant to guide and empower you to do something that will benefit you, your beloveds, and your community. Life is a Spiritual journey, whether we experience ourselves alone and empty or caught-up in the myriad dramas of modern life. Returning to our spiritual center, the heart, in any given moment is the essential skill required to navigate life’s, sometimes treacherous and sometimes blissful, path. May you fare-well, prosper, and be happy.

Hosted by Dr. Anup Mulakaluri.

A Culture of Well-being: A Natural Rhythms Podcast Dr. Anup Mulakaluri, ND

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A Culture of Well-being is a podcast that bridges philosophy of Natural Medicine with practicality and inspiration. It is meant to guide and empower you to do something that will benefit you, your beloveds, and your community. Life is a Spiritual journey, whether we experience ourselves alone and empty or caught-up in the myriad dramas of modern life. Returning to our spiritual center, the heart, in any given moment is the essential skill required to navigate life’s, sometimes treacherous and sometimes blissful, path. May you fare-well, prosper, and be happy.

Hosted by Dr. Anup Mulakaluri.

    Breathwork - Guided Daily Practice

    Breathwork - Guided Daily Practice

    This breath work practice is intended to give you a way to start cultivating Yogic breathwork practice. It is a good starting point for people who have never done practices like this. You may also find it helpful, if you want start your practice again...



    Yogic breathwork is focused on cultivating an inner experience. Becoming present with your breath give your mind an opportunity to become present in the moment. This creates a way for you to feel embodied and grounded. It regulates your nervous system, mood, and emotions.



    Dr. Anup also offers an individualized approach to breathwork practice. This is Ayurvedic breathwork. This is breathwork based on your constitution and goes more indepth in more variety of practices. You can learn more here

    • 29 min
    Heart Health and Wellness: Part 1

    Heart Health and Wellness: Part 1

    The heart, the central ticker of the human, is the most essential organ that allows life to inhabit the human body. For this reason, it’s the organ that gets most press and most attention with regards to research and treatment. And still the incidence of heart disease has only gone up in the past four decades since the Framingham studies that framed “Cholesterol” as the real problem and cause of heart disease. We have seen this rise because we have focused our attention on the wrong enemy. This series will address these controversies and offer real, natural alternatives for treatment for heart health.

    For a long time, the physical function of the heart was thought to be limited to pumping blood through our blood vessels… This function ensures that every cell of the body get oxygen and nutrition; as well as, provides opportunity to get rid of waste and toxins from the cellular environment. In recent years, we have also learned much about the role of the heart in nervous system activity. Additionally, the heart is also considered to have emotional and spiritual functions. These cannot be understood through physiology; rather, a study of our language helps us to get a sense of these functions. The root of the word ‘courage’ is derived from the latin word for the heart, which is ‘cor’. Thus, the etimology of the word courage is to have “strength of heart” or “abundance of heart”. In our culture, we see the use of the phrases like “he or she has got heart” or we may hear “it takes heart” to get something done; this is describing the courageous quality of achieving something extraordinary. The heart is often recognized as central to our emotional experiences of love, generosity, compassion, and sympathy.


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    • 26 min
    Ayurvedic Principles #5: Daily Routines

    Ayurvedic Principles #5: Daily Routines

    Maintaining consistent routines is an essential part of living a healthy and balanced life. According to Ayurveda, routines are important for regulating the body and stimulating it to function optimally. This includes having a consistent sleeping and waking cycle, as well as eating meals at the same time each day. Having a consistent routine helps the body to prepare for the activities of the day, as well as to detoxify and rejuvenate itself.



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    • 20 min
    Ayurvedic Principles #4: Ayurvedic Constitutions

    Ayurvedic Principles #4: Ayurvedic Constitutions

    One of the many strengths of Ayurveda arises from it’s ability to individuate and customize recommendations for the individual person. In this way, each one of us is treated as unique and treated as a whole. Understanding the Ayurvedic body type or Ayurvedic constitution is a powerful tool. It is an essential requirement to adopt the principles of Ayurveda into your life.

    Your Ayurvedic constitution varies based on the combination of elements that form your subtle body. These elements give rise doshas, Vata, Pitta, and Kapha, that govern the physical and functional manifestation of the body.

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    • 40 min
    The Legend of Chyawanprash

    The Legend of Chyawanprash

    Chyavanprash, has inspired legend for its health benefits… Insights from modern research truly proves its worth.

    · Amla (Indian Gooseberry) provides the antioxidant backbone, protecting from degenerative inflammation and oxidation.

    · Dashmoola (10 roots), along with cinnamon, cardamom and pippali, improve and protect lung function.

    · Chyavanprash enhances function of the heart muscle, improving blood and nutritional flow to cells, with help of herbs like haritaki and vibhitaki.

    · with aid of herbs like Ashwagandha, Shatavari, Gokshura, Bala, Chyavanprash also improves sexual vigor and vitality in men and women

    · In Charak Samhita, it is described as “Paramukto Rasayana” – meaning it is the best rejuvenator and anti-aging medicines.

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    • 21 min
    Vis: Healing Power of Nature

    Vis: Healing Power of Nature

    Natural medicines from across the world seem to agree one thing: “Just as beauty is inherent in a flower, light is inherent in the Sun, healing is inherent in a human.” The Principles of Practice of Naturopathic medicine open with this acknowledgement:  “Vis Medicatrix Naturae”

    This phrase states the importance of “healing power of nature” is inherent as an essential function of our physiology.

    What does this mean?

    Human beings are a part and product of Nature. Scientists from our ancient past saw this without the need for telescopes and microscopes. Instead, with power for observation they understood the patterns and rhythms of Nature. And recognized the effects these patterns and rhythms on our health. Based on these observations, they developed natural sciences of medicine that focused on disease prevention and healing through natural means of the body, mind, and spirit.

    From a modern scientific perspective, we can say that we have evolved with nature over the course of hundreds of thousands of years. We didn’t evolve in hospitals or by using pharmaceuticals. We evolved to survive through the grace and abundance of natural resources that made up our living environment. These natural recourses are the myriads of vegetables, fruits, nuts, beans, grain, animal products, herbs, and spices; also, the Sun, air, water and earth in our surrounding.

    With the aid of modern science, we are capable of understanding physiological imbalances that lead to disease and pain. The long evolutionary relationship with nature allows our body to readily use the medicinal compounds from foods and herbs as building blocks and signals; these restore health and balance to our physiology. Thus, food as medicine stimulates the healing power of Nature inherent in us.

    A Culture of Wellbeing, is a culture that guides us to live in alignment with our nature. It supports our closeness with nature through means of foods, herbs and spices, and time in nature… Such a Culture of Wellbeing vitalizes our life force and creates a foundation for our Spiritual development.

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    • 21 min

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