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Ayurveda

Ayurveda is the knowledge (veda) of  long life (Ayur). It is a science that allows us to achieve a long and healthy life with consciousness. By adopting a healthy lifestyle and a diet tailored to fit our constitution, each of us has theopportunity to improve their lives.

This is an ancient wisdom of divine origin.
Ayurveda is a holistic healing because it treats the physical body, mind and spirit and a naturally cures diseases without creating others. The origins of Ayurveda dates back to the Vedas (sacred books of the Indo-Europeans) dating from 2500 BC At that time, the healing principles were transmitted orally; Subsequently, the two medical treatises, The Charaka Samhita and Sushuta Samhita Ayurveda came into materialization.

The 5 Great Elements

5 Great Elements are:

Earth
Water
Fire
Air
Ether
These elements represent the shape of the solid material as the Earth, Liquid form asWater, Radiance  as Fire, Air is gas and the ethereal represent the ether.
They form the outside world and the physical body.
They can be experienced and observed.
The Earth is dense and does not allow  motion.
It demonstrates the concept of shape, strength and stability.
Water is liquid and embodies  continuous movement of life. It helps cohesion.
Fire manifest the concept of heat and light favoring perception.
The air manifest the concept of time and movement. This is the basis of thought.
Ether manifest the concept of space and communication.
The universe is composed of these states  thanks to their interaction.
These five states of matter can also be subtle in nature as we experience them during our dreams and our imagination.

The three doshas

The three doshas are the three energies which constitutes the physical body and mind. They are responsible for its substance, its operation and its psychology.

These three energies are called: Vata, Pitta, Kapha,

Each dosha is 2 elements:
Vata is the element of Air and Ether.
Pitta is the fire and water elements.
Kapha is the Water and Earth elements.
These three forces exist in every person.
They determine our life, our growth, aging, our health and diseases.

These doshas affect us in two levels:
First,doshas are of the physical and mental body and are responsible for its operation and its substance. The nervous system is governed by Vata. The digestive system is governed by Pitta. Tissues are likely Kapha.
Secondely, one or more of the three doshas predominate in every person and thus becomes its constitution, both physical and mental. It’s called prakriti.

Ayurveda sees each person nature Vata, Pitta, Kapha, some people have a double constitution Vata / Pitta, Vata / Kapha, Pitta / Kapha, and in very rare cases they are triple constitution Vata / Pitta / Kapha.


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