Is the Inner Climate Method based on Ayurvedic wisdom?

Yes, it takes the wisdom to deeper levels so you can access the principles in an easy manner and make them more applicable in the modern day. That being said, Nidhi Bhanshali Pandya has learned Ayurveda directly from the scriptures and keeps their essence alive in all her teachings.

Why is the Inner Climate Method different from current wellness systems?

Most wellness systems today rely upon isolated health components and nutrients, expert health advice and incomprehensible jargon. The body is seldom treated as a whole in the modern methods of wellness. Plus, the excessive reliance of external experts versus our own intelligence disempowers and confuses us.

We are often left with plenty of health information, supplements in our closet, anxiety and overwhelm. The Inner Climate Method is a new paradigm that teaches you how to look after your body by bringing back the focus to you.

It teaches you how to filter the clutter in the health world and take what works for you.

It brings you back into flow.

It brings you back to balance in the simplest possible manner.

How does one learn about their Inner Climate?

You can attend one of our live or pre-recorded classes to start. That alone can be a breakthrough in your wellness journey. However, if you want more support and guidance you can sign up to work with Nidhi for a period of six months by booking a call here.

How do I know that the optimum Inner Climate is warm and moist?

While I would love to take you deeper in one of my Inner Climate Workshops, let’s get started here.

We are warm blooded mammals with almost everything in our body being warm and moist. Our blood is warm and moist, so is our urine, our breath, the mother’s milk etc. In fact, warm and moist in slang is also used for someone who is sexually aroused as even our reproductive fluids. It is the environment that dictates fertility.

In the recent years, the health world has gone gaga about microbiome aka good bacteria aka flora and fauna. Think about where good flora and fauna exists on the planet. In a place that is warm and moist.

Even when you look at emotions, we like the warm ones better. Anger is too hot, anxiety is too dry and depression is too humid (sluggish). Compassion and gratitude feel warm. Similarly, we gravitate towards people who are warm towards us and shy away from those who have hot heads or are just simply cold.