Ayurveda and Food
Food is a vital part of the Ayurveda system and an true Ayurveda diet can both prevent and heal disease. Ayurveda is a system of healing that is based on the five basic elements earth, water, fire, air, and ether – and their combinations which are known as doshas. The three types of dosha are Vata, Pitta, and Kapha.
Panchkarma is Ayurveda's primary purification and detoxification treatment. Panchkarma means the "five therapies”. These 5 therapies help to eliminate toxins or impurities away from the body. Panchkarma helps in eliminating of disharmony creating excessive imbalanced or vitialated DOSHAS in the body
Ayurvedic Massage Techniques
These massage techniques provide relaxation, circulation, and elimination of toxins. If adopted as a daily practice, Ayurvedic massage techniques can even help to rejuvenate the body. These massage techniques should only be practiced in a particular disease condition under the supervision of an Ayurvedic practitioner.
It is also often used to help the aged and special techniques have been developed for young mothers as well as babies. Babies are typically massaged with a small dough ball dipped in vegetable oil.
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The term yoga comes from a Sanskrit word which means yoga or union. Traditionally, yoga is a method joining the individual self with the Divine, Universal Spirit, or Cosmic
Consciousness. Physical and mental exercises are designed to help achieve this goal, also called self-transcendence or enlightenment. On the physical level, yoga postures, called asanas, are designed to tone, strengthen, and align the body.
Meditation states that it is “consciously directing your attention to alter your state of consciousness”
Attention can be directed to almost anything, as a focus for the Meditation
There are two kinds of meditation: Stabilizing could be characterized by a type of mechanical repetition of a word or phrase (mantra/Japa/chanting)or by simply doing an action over and over like yantra (the continual gazing at an object, i.e: a picture or statue of a deity, the symbol for OM, a flame, etc.) .
The other type of meditation is analytical. In this form, the practitioner doesn’t just repeat a word over and over or look at a picture repetitively. Meditation is not difficult but some styles require a teacher to direct the thoughts into the correct area. It is suggested that anyone interested should try several styles of Meditation, to ascertain which is most suitable for their beliefs and lifestyle. The meditator would try to understand everything they know or everything that can be known about the object of their attention.