Ayurveda- The healer
Ayurveda is the art of “you”, the owner’s manual of your own self-healing and over time it becomes something that you remember and know to be true at a deep level. At its essence, Ayurveda is an ancient healing medicine of feeling that teaches you about who you are, encompassing much more than a symptomatic approach to health.
Ayurveda teaches you the way your unique mind and body communicate so that real change can begin to happen.
Disease will not last in a body-mind that is flowing in harmony with the rhythms of the cosmos, which sustain the material world with energy. ~ Maya Tiwari
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Ayurveda: The Science of Life
Ayurveda is an energy medicine working with nature’s five elements: space/ether, air, fire, water and earth. Each has its own specific energetic properties. As humans, we are made up of a unique combination of these elements, which characterize our own individual unique blueprint. In Ayurveda, self-healing begins when we are able to recognize that the elements around us in nature are also inside of us.
Ancient living system of medicine
Ayurveda has existed for thousands of years, yet each new generation continually refines its ancient wisdom, allowing it to be a “living” science.
Einstein’s theory of relativity emerged long after Ayurveda stating that energy and matter are expressions of the same universal energy or substance.
Ayurveda recognizes a similar field of intelligence, named “Pure Consciousness.” Ayurveda’s belief in the connection between mind, body and spirit recognizes that restoring balance is about looking at all levels of the human experience.
Useful Links for further reference/resources
Philosophy of ayurveda http://www.takingcharge.csh.umn.edu/explore-healing-practices/ayurvedic-medicine/what-philosophy-ayurvedic-medicine
Origination of Ayurveda https://www.tourmyindia.com/blog/kerala-birth-place-age-old-science-ayurveda/
I am Himanshu Vaidya, an experienced Ayurveda and Unani medicine expert. I have studied for 20 years about Ayurvedic medicines and I would like to share my knowledge with the world. I am a frequent hiker and have been to lots of places where there are different medicines of ayurveda in practice.