Ayurveda means the “Science of Life” and is considered the oldest healing science. Ayurveda originated over 5,000 years ago in India and is used as a holistic natural healing system involving Mind, Body and Spirit. Ayurveda focuses on the root cause of the disease rather than just symptoms manifesting from disease. Ayurveda’s main goal is to promote svastha (true health, healing) and shift lifestyle habits to balance all aspects of our soul, mind and senses.
Ayurveda believes that each person has a unique fingerprint on this Earth, an individual constitution, which represents the 5 great elements in the body: Air, Ether, Fire, Water and Earth. They fall under one of the 3 dosha types of Vata, Pitta and Kapha which are combinations of these 5 elements in each one of us and in all creation. It is important to understand your constitution (prakruti) and imbalances (virkuti) to assess and address how to bring back balance holistically through lifestyle and habits. When doshas become out of balance that is when disease occurs, our work begins. The power of Ayurveda is to identify and correct imbalances in order to prevent early on, as the goal is to bring your energies back into harmony.
Unlike western medicine, Ayurveda does not attach its main focus on disease or symptoms but restores balance in the body to create a smooth flow of energy. This helps to bring in a natural defense to keep you strong. Western’s approach focuses more on emergency medicine such as drugs, and or surgery to reduce symptoms and repair acute conditions. Ayurveda must be used simultaneously with Western medicine to help to rebuild the body back to strength. Instead of the emphasis on prescription medication. Ayurveda, with commitment, addresses all aspects of life and use resources such as nutrition, herbs, nature, lifestyle and spirituality to transform the whole person back to balance. We need to work together, west and east, to support all areas of life to sustain and improve overall health.
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