Ayurvedic Healing

Ayurveda, the “science of life”, or longevity, is the holistic alternative science from India, and is more tan 5,000 years old.

The main theme of Ayurveda is that people can adequately educate themselves to take control of their own health. This is achieved by monitoring and balancing one’s nutritional and lifestyle habits to heal, prevent illness, and develop longevity.

The Ayurvedic and Chinese healing systems, which have been used for thousands of years, recognize the importance of the specific energies of food and herbs in rebalancing and healing of the body. In the Ayurveda system, the psychophysiological constitution or individual body-mind is called dosha of each.

The first requirement for self-healing and healing of others is the understanding of the three doshas. The tridosha system is particularly helpful to maintain awareness of nutrition and how the interact between the forces of food and the dynamic forces of each. In the tridosha system the 5 basic elements are earth, water, fire, air and ether, manifest in the human psychotic complex as a balance of the three essence doshas: Vata, kapha and pitta.

Vata is associated with the energy of air and ether, kapha is associated with the energy of water and earth and pitta is associated with the energy of fire and water. We all have a complex and permanent constitutional combination of the three doshas, these doshas influence all our biological and psychological tendencies. When the doshas are balanced (through food, habits, psychology) it means that there is a healthy psychophysiological state. If the doshas are temporarily unbalanced, one may feel a subtle disharmony in the body-mind complex.

We all have a complex and permanent constitutional combination of the three doshas, these doshas influence all our biological and psychological tendencies. When the doshas are balanced (through food, habits, psychology) it means that there is a healthy psychophysiological state. If the doshas are temporarily unbalanced, one may feel a subtle disharmony in the body-mind complex.

Ayurveda has several treatments: rejuvenating called panchakarma to rebalance and detoxify their systems or treatments for cleaning bowels, diets, massages, steam baths, yoga, herbs and supplements.

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