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Shivangi Chatterji
Word nerd, Ayurveda enthusiast, aromatic mixologist who loves making concoctions with essential oils, whimsical artist who wanders around the countryside
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Shivangi Chatterji 23h
Replying to @aumkeshavsharma
Thank you, have done so.
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Shivangi Chatterji May 20
Replying to @RajanNS @VijayBankar
What's worse is that this also ruins any standing relationship with the manager as they think anything arising from these reports will reflect badly on them. Nope...not my farthest intention for a manager I quite liked!
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Shivangi Chatterji May 20
Replying to @RajanNS @VijayBankar
The worse part is that the employee doesn't see the version finale.There's no one to vet it as witness. At a certain organization, I was pressured to speak against my manager and core problems discussed were not given weightage to.
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Shivangi Chatterji May 19
Replying to @Misha_Carver
I do too. It's important to know what drives a brand, their history, their core values, whatever they share about themselves.
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Shivangi Chatterji May 19
Replying to @KelticFae
is a dry which works well for excess Yin and draw out dampness. is the holy grail for Yin imbalances in . It's very useful for alleviating moontime abdominal cramps. tonifies the liver, which is responsible for metabolizing hormones.
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Shivangi Chatterji May 19
Excess Yin is more common and manifests as feeling cold, tightness, constriction, stiffness in joints, sleepiness, listlessness, sallow pallor, and weak voice. Women might also experience hormonal disruptions and UTIs.
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Shivangi Chatterji May 19
Replying to @KelticFae
of used to counteract excess Yang are cooling, moistening oils such as , , and . Our diet should have a preponderance of raw, cooling foods such as salads and sweet, watery fruit.
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Shivangi Chatterji May 19
Replying to @KelticFae
If Yang is in excess, there will be too much heat and activity in the body resulting in fever, burning pains, inflammation, dryness, red tongue and rapid pulse.
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Shivangi Chatterji May 19
Replying to @tweetingbrit
You're welcome, Rick. That's great news always 😊 I plan to do a tweet or two on *excess* Yin and Yang as well. Dispelling a popular myth, men and women contain both Yin and Yang. Just in different proportions but both principles exist within us.
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Shivangi Chatterji May 18
Replying to @subhojeetroy
Thank you for the retweet. Our conversation today inspired me to finally post this series 😊
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Shivangi Chatterji May 18
Replying to @KelticFae
that promote Yang are warm, tonifying oils such as , , and . These EOs are extracted from herbs + spices that we instinctively use in winter cooking to counteract the cold Yin months.
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Shivangi Chatterji May 18
Replying to @KelticFae
If Yang in the body is deficient, the person may be cold, pale, depressed and lethargic. The tongue will be pale with a white coating and the pulse weak.
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Shivangi Chatterji May 18
Replying to @KelticFae
Yang is associated with the back in Chinese medicine, exterior and upper parts of the body. It is energizing, moving and less substantial.
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Shivangi Chatterji May 18
Replying to @KelticFae
such as the and support the cooling, grounding, soothing and moistening properties of Yin.
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Shivangi Chatterji May 18
Replying to @KelticFae
A person who is deficient in Yin may suffer slight fever or feelings of heat in the late afternoon, night sweating and a dry throat at night, difficulty sleeping, anxiety and restlessness. The tongue will be red, peeled and cracked.
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Shivangi Chatterji May 18
Replying to @KelticFae
The Yin force is more substantial and is associated with the interior front and lower parts of the body. It moistens and cools. It is associated with night and darkness and promotes relaxation and sleep.
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Shivangi Chatterji May 18
If we look at the principles of we see that, like everything else in the universe, our bodies can be classified according to the two distinct forces of Yin and Yang.
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Shivangi Chatterji May 18
Replying to @krystalgrowth
At 0,0 then. Circumstances also dictate how you can start. If at all... There are so many who don't have the opportunity for an opportunity.
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Shivangi Chatterji May 18
The greatest roadblock to is . If you don't know how to get off the ground, this is prolly the best video I've watched on How To Be Creative: How an Artist Turns Pro via
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Shivangi Chatterji May 18
Replying to @PeteCollins27
You might wish to approach veteran doctors or "family physicians" who are more approachable. I asked my GP and the local medical stores to recommend people who like to read for leads. Medical students often have doctors in the family tree and might be willing to help.
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