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  • Beat stress, the natural way

    A study of 200,000 respondents has found that 46 per cent of the Indian workforce reports suffering from some form of stress. Stress is the body’s natural response to pressure. It can have a negative effect on your body, mood, as well as behaviour, with wide-ranging effects like headaches, anxiety, fatigue and irritability.

  • Dialogue with Guru

    The Marma of Dharma and Karma

  • Dialogue with Guru

    The Marma of Dharma and Karma

  • Dialogue with Guru

    The nature of real Dharma

  • Dialogue with Guru

    Atma-dharma and Atma-prerana

  • indore, madhya pradesh, ayurveda, fundamentals of human body, Ayurvedic and Nadi examination camp

    Indore: Ayurveda expert shares fundamentals of human body with patients

    Indore: Helping people heal from diseases and finding balance in body, a two-day ‘Ayurvedic and Nadi examination camp’ was organised at Art of Living Panchkarma centre on Friday. Ayurveda expert Dr Lokesh Raturi attended patients and answered general curiosity of people about Ayurveda during the camp. Discussing principles of the science, he talked about fundamentals of a human body.

  • Yoga Therapy and Ayurveda

    Yoga and Ayurveda are the basics of treatment in Vedas. In Indian culture, Vedas are known as ‘apauruseya,’ which means that the knowledge of Vedas is transmitted by God almighty, for the benefit of human beings. It is not depicted by man. Hence, yoga and Ayurveda are considered ancient sciences, as old as human civilization.

  • Different Methods of Disease Examination

    Due to an unsuitable diet and lifestyle, the tissues in the body get vitiated. Also due to some external factors, trauma, injuries and so on or due to bacterial and viral infections, the body may acquire a disorder (disease). In these cases, a clear four-path procedure brings the vitiated dhatus back to equilibrium, normalizes malfunctioning, and restores the body to order and health. The process that restores the normalcy is ‘Treatment’. Therefore

  • Different Methods of Disease Examination

    (i) Accumulation: If the intake of food and adoption of lifestyle and seasonal changes are in accordance with the action, properties and effect of the corresponding dosa, then the affected dosas increase at its specific location. These dosas accumulate at those locations and are unable to circulate all over the body. This phase is said to be an accumulation phase. This is the root cause for disease genesis.

  • Different Methods of Disease Examination

    (iv) Exploratory therapy or therapeutic suitability: This is a method to diagnose a disease through many types of treatment systems. When a physician is not able to diagnose a disease on the basis of preliminary signs and specific symptoms, then exploratory therapy’241 is required. For the confirmation of disease, therapeutic pathology tests are performed. This therapy also includes suitable trials with drugs, diet and daily regimen, which may be contrary to the etiology

  • Karma-free food: All you must know

    Food is something we eat three to four times a day and has connection to our mood, desires, karma, and health and family relationships, says Vibha Singh

  • Methods to Assay the Causes of a Disease

    (i) Aptopadesa (Authoritative Testimony): One who is free of doubts, enmity, fear, arrogance, indignity, self-importance, ignorance and who has gained certainty, complete and practical knowledge of his subject, one who is able to express the subject knowledge for the well-being of humans, such persons are called ‘apta’ or ‘sista’ (authorized or reliable). Caraka says “those who are free from ‘rajas’ and ‘tamas’ (‘rajas’ is the root cause of attachment and aversion, while

  • Four Legged Frame of Treatment

    Many times, without proper medical qualifications some people start practising as a physician. When innocent and needy people come to them, the result can be hazardous. One should be aware of such physicians. Caraka Samhita describes the three types of physicians: