About Ayurveda

Ayurveda means “Science of Life”, commonly referred to as “Mother of all sciences.” Practiced in India for more than five thousand years, Ayurveda is a comprehensive system of medicine that combines natural therapies with a highly personalized approach to the treatment of disease. Ayurveda’s source is rooted in the vedic traditions, deeply spiritual, true body-mind medicine, which provides healing at all levels. Ayurveda defines health as a balance between body, mind, and spirit. The work of Ayurveda is to eradicate diseases, which are stumbling blocks in the attainment of dharma (to perform the obligations), artha (acquirement of wealth), kama (gratification of desire) and moksha (emancipation). Ayurveda is for everyone who is seeking Absolute Health by maintaining their physical, mental and spiritual balance.
Ayurveda emphasizes a preventive and “holistic” approach dealing with life in its totality. Holistic means pertaining to holism and it also means emphasizing the importance of whole. According to Ayurveda the body, mind and soul are the tripods which support the three-dimensional therapy of Ayurveda- the physical, mental and spiritual. This world is sustained by the combination of body, mind and spirit; they constitute the substratum for everything. This combination is Purusha; this is sentient and is the subject matter of Ayurveda.
Ayurveda describes life itself— its measurement; the advantageous and disadvantageous as well as happy and unhappy states of life, along with what is good and bad for life. Ayurveda is regarded as the most sacred science because it does good for mankind in respect to their present life as well as the life beyond. Moreover, being the life-giver, Ayurveda is most sacred, as it is said,”No gift can surpass the gift of life.” Absolute health can only be achieved when body, mind and soul are in harmony with each other and with the cosmic surroundings.

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