Ayurveda – harmony of body, mind and soulPosted by tasma62 on Aug 22, 2016 in Health Blog | Comments Off on Ayurveda – harmony of body, mind and soul
The roots of Ayurveda sprouted in the pristine land of India over 5000 years ago. It is the science of life and longevity, and is the oldest healthcare system in the world. Ayurveda has combined many steps of medicine and philosophy. It has always stood as a wholesome physical, mental and spiritual practice for the growth of humanity around the world. It’s a unique and indispensable branch of medicine and a complete naturalistic art that depends on the diagnosis of all body types for Ayurveda – vata, pitta and kapha – to achieve a correct balance.
In present days stress has become an unmanageable reason for illness amongst people. The latest medicines focus on relieving the symptoms by prescribing the new medicines, while at ayurveda by Ayurwoman Melbourne, the company attempts to teach how to cure the roots of an illness and lead a healthy life simply by adjusting to the dynamic lifestyle & diversified diet as per the individual’s constitution. It’s a proactive treatment, which not only treats the illness after occurrence but also focuses on making the individual strong enough within that the illness can also be resisted. Ayurveda works on both logics – prevention as well as cure.
This system of medicine is time tested from past thousand years and is very old. It’s a holistic system and has considered human being to be a part of collective consciousness and the universal soul or nature. Man is a thinking machine, but Ayurveda is necessary for his well being. It properly describes the connectivity between all three human parts– the body, mind and its surrounding nature.
Indian Head massage in Melbourne is also practiced from over thousand years by families to find relaxation and healing stress. These techniques include neck, shoulder and upper arms. These massages are said to stimulate energy through proper channels in the body. According to the Ayurvedic philosophy it is believed that if there is not a correct flow of energy in the body, it invites negative energy to build up in the body and causes stress, anxiety, insomnia and pain.
Ayurveda also provides ladies with the best natural remedies for menopause. The holistic life style including healthy diet, daily yoga and meditation, herbs helps women to alleviate many discomforts that menopause brings along and to pass through this natural phase of life with grace. Although every women experiences a unique condition through menopause and it can be viewed as a time for transformation or even a blessing.