The Knowledge of Life
Ayurveda (pronounced aye-your-vay-duh) originated in ancient India over 5,000 years ago. It’s the sister science of yoga, focused on balancing the mind and body for radiant health. Ayurveda originates from two Sanskrit words: ayur, meaning “life,” and veda, meaning “knowledge.” In order to achieve balance, you must have complete knowledge of your entire life.
Ayurveda is a holistic health system focused on finding the optimal foods and lifestyle practices for your Dosha, mind-body type, and living in accordance with your unique biorhythms and the cycles of nature.
Come back home to your body through the wisdom of your heart
We aren’t always guaranteed total radiant health and perfection. Life just doesn’t work that way. But through the art and practice of divine feminine healing you will learn how to feel and sit with all that arises with in you with presence and love. This is the deepest root medicine of radical self awareness and deep reverence for oneself. You will be able to ADMIT WHAT YOUR HEART LONGS FOR and get clearer on your worth and value. This pathway asks us to bring light to all that is dark and unconscious in a safe and steady manner. This is the single most powerful way to step into your authentic power. It's way more than diet, and lifestyle habits, it's a coming home to your true authentic self.
To be healthy, Ayurveda says that there are three pillars of life that must be honored. The ancient book on Ayurveda, the Caraka Samhita, states that there are three supports (pillars) of life. They are food, sleep, and observance of bramacharya, the wise use of sexual (or vital) energy. When we are supported by these pillars, the body has good strength, complexion, and growth.
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Three Pillars of Ayurveda
"When diet is wrong, medicine is of no use. When diet is correct, medicine is of no need.
"Happiness, misery, nourishment, emaciation, strength, weakness, virility, sterility, knowledge, ignorance, life and death - all thee occure depending on proper or improper sleep"
So long as lips shall kiss, and eyes shall see, so long lives This, and This gives life to Thee.
- Mallanaga Vatsyayana, The Kama sutra
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