Wednesday, 18 April 2018

Ayurveda and Dosha Types

In Ayurveda, there are mainly three types of ayurvedic body types—Vata, Pitta & Kapha. The doshas are described as biological energies found throughout the human body and mind.

The 3 Dosha types:

1. Vata Dosha --

Energy that controls bodily functions associated with motion, including blood circulation, breathing, blinking, and your heartbeat.

    In balance: There is creativity and vitality.
    Out of balance: Can produce fear and anxiety.

2. Pitta Dosha --

Energy that controls the body's metabolic systems, including digestion, absorption, nutrition, and your body's temperature.

    In balance: Leads to contentment and intelligence.
    Out of balance: Can cause ulcers and anger.

3. Kapha Dosha --

Energy that controls growth in the body. It supplies water to all body parts, moisturizes the skin, and maintains the immune system.

    In balance: Expressed as love and forgiveness.
    Out of balance: Can lead to insecurity and envy.

Sri Sri Ayurveda Panchakarma is a specialty centre of Ayurveda and ancient Indian healing traditions, in Bangalore. Helps you acclimatise to your newfound peace, energy imbalances, physical and emotional well-being, and the energy constitution that establishes your body type. 

Wednesday, 11 April 2018

What is Ayurveda? The Science of Life

Ayurveda is a Vedic science which, like yoga, has only one purpose: to expose the illusion and neediness of the mind and become free. It offers a body of wisdom designed to help people stay vibrant and healthy while realizing their full human potential.

What is Ayurveda?

Ayurveda is a science of life (Ayur = life, Veda = science or knowledge). Ayurveda is the science that seeks to free you of all that, and let the real, delicate, vulnerable and powerful “truth of you” out so you can be fully content with just being you.

Ayurvedic Body Types

In Ayurvedic medicine, one’s individual nature is mirrored in their body type or dosha. The doshas reflect three main governing principles of nature, called vata (air), pitta (fire) and kapha (earth-water).

Each person is a unique combination of these three principles or doshas, with different proportions of each existing within us. These three basic Ayurvedic principles combine to make ten unique mind-body types.

In Ayurveda, seasonal and daily routines include proper diet and a balanced lifestyle according to your type. Ayurveda then makes very specific recommendations for resetting digestion, restoring balance and function, and proper detoxification.

Thursday, 5 April 2018

Agnihotra - Natural Homa Therapy


Agnihotra is the ritual method which is performed to reduce pollution and purify the atmosphere. The offerings of Agnihotra are to be offered to the fire along with chanting of the following Sanskrit mantras performed twice in a day (sunrise and sunset)

Agnihotra Chants:

At Sunrise:

Suryaya Swaha, Suryaya Idam Na mama,

Prajapataye Swaha, Prajapataye Idam Na mama

At Sunset:

Agnaye Swaha, Agnaye Idam Na mama,

Prajapataye Swaha, Prajapataye Idam Na mama

What are the positive effects of doing Agnihotra?

  • Agnihotra relieves tension on the mind.
  • A magnetic field is created which neutralizes negative energy and reinforces positive energy.
  • When Agnihotra is performed, the Agnihotra smoke gathers particles of harmful radiation in the atmosphere and, on a very subtle level, neutralizes the radioactive effect. Nothing is destroyed, merely changed.
  • When Agnihotra fire is burnt, there is not just energy from the fire but subtle energies are generated and thrust into the atmosphere by fire - Much healing energy emanates from the Agnihotra pyramid.
  • Agnihotra has the ability to neutralize pathogenic bacteria.
  • Agnihotra has an excellent effect on the circulatory system.
  • Agnihotra renews brain cells.
  • Agnihotra revitalizes the skin.
  • Agnihotra purifies the blood.
  • Plants receive nutrition from Agnihotra atmosphere, become happy and grow weIl.

Monday, 27 November 2017

All about Ayurveda

What is Ayurveda?

Ayurveda is an ancient system of medicine, word comes from Sanskrit word "Ayush" meaning lifespan and "Veda" meaning knowledge.It is more than 5000 years old. Ayurveda is said to be the world of medicine. Ayurveda is practised by more doctors to heal, prevent and the longevity of one's life. Ayurveda helps the person to main a healthy life.

Three Elements of Ayurveda

Body is made of three doshas, namely - Vata, Pitta and Kapha. Vata is Air, Pitta is Fire and Kapha is water. For a healthy body, these tridoshas to be balanced and maintain the balanced metabolism. Ayurveda teaches us how to understand our own unique combination of Doshas and how to live properly to maintain health. Ayurveda intends to balance the body, mind and spirit.

Why Ayurveda is Best?

The popularity of Ayurveda around the world is growing. Nowadays many people prefer Ayurvedic Treatments with few or no side effects when compared to modern medicine.
  • Ayurveda is holistic and natural therapy to treat the disease and regain a healthy life.
  • Ayurveda is all about the use of natural products like herbs or herbal products which are less toxic.
  • Ayurveda is more adorable to overcome depression, anxiety and stress which are prime factors in current life.
  • Ayurveda has the potential to cure all forms of diseases while modern medicine cannot cure many diseases.