In Ayurvedic terms, autumn is the season where Vata is predominant, and Vata is the principle of movement. Its qualities are cold, light, dry, fast-moving and changeable.
And this is what we often experience in autumn – the winds pick up, the days and nights become cooler. There’s a feeling in nature of change and movement. Plus we start to put our central heating on, which dries out the air in our homes.
So, it’s not uncommon to feel restless at this time of year. And it’s important to recognize it and take steps to balance out these qualities by slowing down and grounding ourselves.
Autumn is also a great time to take the opportunity to let go. Follow the lessons from trees as they let go of their leaves to conserve energy over winter and to allow for renewal and rejuvenation in spring.
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