Ayurveda, ancient yet timeless, gives you the means of attaining and maintaining your own optimal health and wellbeing. The benefits of Ayurvedic medicine have been proven over centuries of use, and its methodologies are as applicable today in the West as they were thousands of years ago in India.
For many, the concept of food combining – the idea that some foods digest well together while others do not – is entirely new, and somewhat foreign. But according to Ayurveda, it is an essential part of understanding how to eat properly.
The tradition of dinacharya (daily routine) is one of the single most powerful Ayurvedic tools for improving overall health and wellbeing. Even if you are brand new to Ayurveda, it won’t be long before you hear something about the importance of doing a number of things – like eating, sleeping, and working – at roughly the similar times each day.
As complimentary Vedic sciences, Ayurveda and Yoga originated from the same source and share a common history, language and cultural foundation. Integrating Ayurveda into your practice must bring about a greater sense of balance, harmony, self-awareness and health.
Ayurveda considers a seasonal routine an important cornerstone of health, year around. Balancing the nature of your local climate with lifestyle choices that offset the potential for seasonally induced imbalance is one of the simplest ways that you can protect your wellbeing. But, keep in mind that the seasons vary widely from one place to another, as do the qualities that they engender.
Determine Your Constitution
Are you Vata, Pitta or Kapha? Prakriti is your basic constitution. It is determined at the moment of conception and relates to your genetically inherited physical and emotional qualities. Prakriti specifically relates to those qualities, characteristics and tendencies that are stable.
Managing Your Constitution
Once you have discovered your constitutional type you can use this knowledge to optimize your health. Here you will find a variety of resources including specific information on diet, lifestyle and creating a daily routine.
Vikriti is a Sanskrit word loosely translated as a “changed condition of body, mind and consciousness.” In Ayurveda, it is most often used to describe your current state of health (or ill-health) in relation to your Prakriti, or “natural state.”
How To Use Ancient Ayurvedic Healing To Bring About Wellness For The Mind, Body, And Spirit
In Ayurvedic seances I will customize Naturopathic Health Formula and Create a manageable Routine to suit the your unique constitutions.
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