The first principle of learning to be still is regular practice; the second is patience; the third is observation; and the fourth is analysis. It is true that you must understand yourself from within to attain a state of perfection-but analysis is not sufficient to transform the personality. After analysis comes the discrimination.
12 February,2009 |
I worked as a house physician in the departments of medicine, surgery, gynecology and pediatrics at the Ayurvedic Hospital in Pune. At that time I observed repeatedly how correct diet, combined with proper herbal medicine and lifestyle, can play a vital role in healing. I became increasingly aware that illness provides an 'invitation' to change one’s habitual patterns.
04 October,2008 |
Ayurveda understands the teamwork of body and mind to achieve optimal health and happiness. Ayurvedic healing is built upon the concept of tridosha, the three bioregulatory principles that sustain the human body: vata, pitta and kapha. Vata, pitta and kapha in turn are ruled by the five elements that make up all matter: fire, air, water, earth and space.
03 September,2008 |
Prana gives energy to all our faculties, without which they cannot function. To control all our faculties the key is the control of prana. Prana is the boss. It is the power of God within us. Without the sanction of prana nothing can be done at a voluntary or involuntary level in the body and mind. to work with our prana, we cannot get anything done.
30 June,2008 |