Emotional Support and Balance with Sattva vijaynti Coaching


Ayurvedic Psychology - Sattva Vijayanti

The experience of emotional and mental balance in Ayurveda is called Sattvavijayanti. In Sanskrit, Sattva - balance, from the root word, sat which means truth. The meaning of Vijayanti is victory, so it's the victory of balance and truth over non-truth or ingorance which causes suffering.  A Sattvavijayanti Session addresses the mind, emotions, behavior, relationships, sleep, and mental potential. It helps support an experience of silent witnessing and the capacity to enjoy a more unified perception.  It helps to lessen the experience of being overshadowed with a part of the self that is suffering in some way. This over identification according to Ayurveda is called pragyaparada - mistaking wholeness for fragmentation. Even one session can help bring a deeper sense of ease and inner knowing.

What are the Benefits? 

 It helps to increase self-awareness and expansion of consciousness. It helps to lessen over identifying with parts of our self that seem to get triggered and as a result we react less and experience more freedom. In addition:

  • Balances  emotions: reduction of fear, shame, anger, grief, confusion, and sadness.
  • Better memory and mental clarity
  • Spiritual   development, transcendence
  • Increases joy and freedom, addresses addiction
  • Improves  sleep
  • improves relationships

What happens during a Sattva Vijayanti session?

A session consists of a dialogue between the various aspects of the self and body with the gentle and unobtrusive guidance from the facilitator.  The guiding intelligence of the client leads the session for shifts of awareness at his/her own pace and level of safety.  Depending on the individual, Sattvavijayanti sessions may also include a thorough assessment including pulse reading to investigate the source of discomfort. From there, depending on the nature and source of the issues some methods that may be included are:

  • Voice  Dialogue Facilitation.
  • Specific  Panchakarma Therapies and SVA TD Marma      Therapy  may be recommended.
  • Daily  Ayurvedic routine guidelines and behavioral recommendations.
  • The   role of Ayurvedic herbs, diet and nutrition for mind and emotions
  • Turiya Meditation,  other meditations, Yoga,  and Pranayama may be recommended
  • Medical  Doctor or Psychotherapy may be referred or recommended in specific cases.
  • Environment, family, jyotish, and social life is taken into consideration (Electromagnetic  Radiation, Vastu - home)
  • Instructions  for Spiritual Support – Ramayana, Pilgrimage, Nature, Mantra, Spiritual text, and Prayer may be recommended.

Who would benefit from a session?

  • It  helps people who are triggered by someone or something
  • Anyone   who has been on a personal growth path for a long time and still feels like ‘something’ is missing.
  • Individuals  suffering from indecision, confusion, disconnectedness, sleep problems,  co-dependence, sadness, fear, anxiety,  or overshadowing emotions that take over.
  • It  helps people who have physical health problems that have its source in  emotional or mental issues.
  • various  addictions
  • suffering  from loss and grief

What emotion coaching is not:

It is neither psychotherapy nor a substitute for psychotherapy, but can be used in conjunction with therapy.  It is not a substitute for allopathic medicine.  Sattvajayanti sessions do not push beliefs, manipulate or confront. It is not body work but involves communication with the body. 

A free 30-minute session is available, please call or text 847 636 2744 or email Rose.Carol.Zivin@gmail.com