Ayurveda is the most ancient medicine which defines a behavioral way to apply to prevent health and cure.
It balances the body through an adapted and personalized lifestyle, but also through the use of plants and other natural remedies.
Ayurveda is incredibly true in its definition of our being and it gives us the keys to live in harmony.
It provides this deconditioning to bring us back to our true self, according to our physical, mental and spiritual needs!
Ayurveda, more than 4000 years old and then written in several medical treatises, is both a medicine for all but also a technique of personal development in itself. It has been recognized by the WHO since 1982.
And today we find its procedures in the field of personal development, already defined 4000 years ago! (Meditation, yoga, culture of the present moment…)
It is a holistic and preventive medicine that diagnoses imbalances in the body and mind. These imbalances can manifest themselves as illnesses or other symptoms in the short, medium or long term. It guides you to readjust your lifestyle and be in better health.
Ayurveda is the science of life, it is the health system of eternal India but it is also a knowledge that goes beyond the purely medical sphere.
It gives us access to the understanding of human nature which also integrates the Soul or consciousness.
It is the consciousness that creates the energy and the information that then manifests itself in thought and matter.
Any imbalance in the physical body is a reflection of disturbances in the mental, emotional and environmental levels.
Our lifestyle (stress, lack of peace, rest, clarity of mind and awakening of our consciousness) and our diet are also the causes of our imbalances.
She invites us to dive deeply into ourselves in order to eliminate the cause of these imbalances imprinted in our consciousness and our body and to live the healing.
Its pillars of healing are:
– Ahaar: diet
– Vihaar: lifestyle
– Achar: the routine of life
– Vichaar: thoughts
In addition to nutrition, lifestyle, and managing one’s mind, emphasis is placed on methods of cleansing the inside and outside of the body.Ayurveda is the most complete medicine. It prevents, heals and cures the mind. Each prescription is personalized unlike the more standardized allopathic medicine.
Take care of yourself