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“Those humans who live and work with compassion and in balance with the ritam, the Laws of Mother Nature, are called sattvic, meaning, “in harmony with the ritam Bhumi laws and Devas.””
“He urged devotees to strive to attain the 'sattvic' qualities of truth, piety, lightness and brightness, which Bhagavan Vishnu represents.”
“To break the 24-hour fast, I chose from several set menus at the Nadesar based on a sattvic diet, which is organic vegetarian food designed to bring clarity and equanimity of mind.”
“Perhaps you'd benefit by swapping that steak for something sattvic.”
“The downside of a purely sattvic diet for me is that garlic, onion and chilis, my culinary triumvirate, are ix-nayed.”
“There's sattvic -- lightness and balance (spirit) rajasic -- change and energy (life), and tamasic -- heavy and dark (death).”
“However, you can make a perfectly sultry, perfectly sattvic curry of mung beans using warming spices like cumin, ginger, coriander and turmeric.”
“There's no meat in a sattvic diet, just fresh organic fruits and vegetables, beans, whole grains, raw nuts and seeds and organic dairy.”
“This sattvic way of being is one of the main teachings in the two great epics, the Ramayana and the Mahabharata.”
“Most humans are somewhere between the tamasic and the sattvic in a third category of beings who are often forgetful, self-absorbed, or ego driven.”
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