What Is Ayuverda?…About this Higher Frequency Life

What is Ayuverda?

The wisdom of Ayuverda was recorded as sutras in Sanskrit, the ancient language of India. The cool thing about Sanskrit is the vibrations and frequencies created when pronouncing the words can sound balance the chakras. Just speaking the language is actually healthy….but we will get to chakras later🌈😉

Ayuverda is a Sanskrit word which translates to mean the Science of Life. Some consider the practice to also be the science of self healing. It is a holistic system of natural medicine that is widely practiced in India. While you do not have to be Hindi or practice Hindu to benefit from its practices. Ayuverda does encompass science, as well as religion and philosophy to empower and enhance the whole life journey. A person is encourage to seek Enlightenment within their own spiritual realm or religion, and simply apply the techniques and Ayuverdic philosophies of manifestation. All Ayurvedic literature is based on Samkhya philosophy of creation. Samkhya is a Sanskrit word literally meaning: sam “truth” and khya “to know”.

Ayuverda (Life) teaches that man is a microcosm, a universe within himself. He is a child of the cosmic forces of external environment, the microcosm. Ayuverda views health in the holistic terms of the relationship between the individual, cosmic spirit, energy, and matter. This has an impact on the body at the cellular level and on the body systems.

Ayuverdic (Science) teaches Cosmic Consciousness was energy manifested into five essential constitutions, or elements: Ether (space), Air, Fire, Water and Earth. This concept of the five elements manifesting in the function of the five senses of man hearing, touch, vision, taste, smell is at the heart of Ayuverdic science. The five elements are grouped into simplified form to describe balance and imbalance based on an individual’s Ayuverdic constitution as three vital energies, or dosha. The Sanskrit names for the dosha are: vata, pitta, and kapha.

Ayuverda is the science of daily living, this healing system has been in daily practice in India for more than 5,000 years.

When we provide yoga, wellness, and empowerment information the Ayuverdic healing system is considered as apart of our foundation at TheYogiCloset. Chakra and Dosha balancing are elements of whole wellness and better understanding of self.

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Works cited:

Ayurveda The Science of Self-Healing by Dr. Vasant Lad

The Book of Ayurveda A Holistic Approach to Health and Longevity by Judith H. Morrison

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