Journal

  • DAILY RITUALS FOR HEALTH/ dinacharya

    Dinacharya deals with daily activities associated with personal hygiene and supporting the proper elimination of waste products, strengthening dige...
  • THE FIVE SHEATHS OF ILLUSION/ pancha maya koshas

    The pancha maya koshas are considered as the five illusory bodies or containers of experience. The garments worn by the soul to experience itself a...
  • PHYSIOLOGICAL TIDES/ doshagati

    Part of the reason Ayurveda places a strong emphasis on maintaining a regular routine is largely due to the damaging effects that irregular lifesty...
  • THE FIVE ACTIONS OF CLEANSING/ panchakarma

    Longevity and vitality is dependent upon healthy strong tissues and keeping them free from the accumulation of gunk and excess waste. Cleansing has...
  • AYURVEDA'S APPROACH TO HEALTHCARE

    The objective of Ayurvedic consultation is to identify and remove the causative factors that lead to imbalance enabling you to experience a comple...
  • STAGES OF DISEASE/ samprapti

    Ayurveda uses a system known in Sanskrit as shat kriya kala that translates as the six-fold progression of the disease. Shat kriya kala enables ayu...
  • PRIMARY CAUSES OF DISEASE/ nidana

    Ayurveda categorizes the three main causes of diseases. These three causes encompass the entire sub-strata of human experience. They are the causes...
  • DEFINITION OF LIFE/ ayus

    The term “Ayus” stands for the combination of the Sharira (body), Indriya (sense organs), Manas (mind), and Atma (soul). And its synonyms are Dhari...
  • THE THREE QUALITIES OF MIND/ triguna

    In order to maintain an ongoing state of balance, Ayurveda considers the unique physiological constitution of each individual. In addition, the qua...
  • DIGESTIVE GUNK/ ama

    Due to weakened Agni and unwholesome foods the digestive system begins to accumulate undigested food particles, this is known as ama. Ama is classi...
  • DIGESTION AND METABOLISM/ agni

    In Ayurveda, the term agni is used to describe the quintessence of digestion and metabolism. Agni, in Sanskrit literally translates as fire; it is ...
  • GUIDELINES IN RELATION TO DOSHA/ samadosha

    HARMONIZING VATA When it comes to harmonizing vata dosha timing is everything. Ensure that your daily routine is consistent. Timely waking, eating,...