According to Ayurveda, health is achieved by restoring our natural state of balance. When we live our life in a state of balance, our energetic shape is strong and stable, and here is no passage for disease. When we live life stronger, faster, stressfulness and out of balance, our energetic shell becomes fragile and disease can occur.
According to Ayurveda the root cause of disease lies in the digestive tract and in mind imbalances. To heal a disease, it is imperative first to heal and balance the problems of the digestive tract and mind.
Ayurveda, which literally means “The knowledge of Life”, is a 5.000 years old natural healing science from India. Not merely a science of prevention, it is a complete medical science – it aims at healing disease or imbalances within the body. Following healing call of Nature, Ayurveda teaches us how to establish a harmonious and balanced Life.
Swift as a deer, cold as ice. The coldness of the harsh winds against the variegated of the desert nights – such is the nature of Vata. Vata, the mobile force of the Universe, is influenced by the air and space element. Vata permeates the subtle body. In essence, Vata and Kapha are the two opposite extremes, which are regulated by Pitta. At the cosmic level, Kapha is the food force, Vata is the mobile force, and Pitta the dynamic force of dream.
The brilliance of a raging fire dragon in the city of sparkling gems – such is the nature of Pitta. Pitta is influenced by the fire element, which is the dynamic dream force of the Universe. Pitta permeates the mental body. They are blessed with a great intelligence. And they also have the greatest capacity for a sattvic mind – a mind that is free from fetters of living, a mind that is in harmony with the universe, a mind that achieves balance. When Pitta knocks down the obstacle of its own self-centered ego, Pitta will begin to discover the real pursuit.
Solid as a rock, cool as a glimmering stream in the wite moonlight; such is the essence of Kapha. Kapha works best in situations that demand stamina and nurturing. It is a typical syndrome for Kapha types to prepare food for twenty people when six are expected for dinner…