Episode 15: Following Your Dreams, Time Without Pressure & The Power Of Ayurveda With Natalie Eve Roper

Episode 15: Following Your Dreams, Time Without Pressure & The Power Of Ayurveda With Natalie Eve Roper

If you’ve ever got yourself caught up in a spiral of indecision and not known how to move forward with something in your life this episode is for you. We’re joined by Natalie Eve Roper, Ayurvedic therapist, new mum and lover of nature. She shares how her philosophy of always following your dreams and finding ways to create time “without pressure” in our lives can give us the clarity we need to fulfil our passions. She shares how Ayurveda has supported her to connect in more with her own uniqueness (and how you can do the same too), plus the reality of self-care rituals and tools and being okay with the phases of life we’re moving through.

What we talked about:

  • Following your dreams always and fulfilling your passions
  • Creating time for ourselves without pressure and how that draws out creativity and clarity
  • How distance from challenges can give us more perspective
  • What Ayurveda is all about and why Natalie chose to change her career direction to use these tools
  • Your body’s uniqueness and how that can support you to make decisions that feel right in your life
  • Self-care rituals and tools

Get full show notes and more information here: https://thedaisypatch.co.uk/podcast

Resources/links mentioned:

Online Ayurvedic “dosha” quiz

Find out more about Ayurveda

Ikigai: The Japanese secret to a long and happy life book

Email Natalie to connect or find out more about her services

Danielle Brooker
Danielle Brooker
Danielle left the shores of Australia, venturing on a journey which found her finally following her heart and landing in London. Years of feeling stuck, unworthy and burnt out herself, she’s been on her own path of self-discovery. Passionate about growth, great coffee and all things wellbeing, her life coaching business, The Daisy Patch, now helps others who are stuck – wanting to reclaim their lives from ‘busy’, reconnect with themselves and experience life fully.
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