An Easy Guide to Ayurveda - The Natural Way to Wholeness

An Easy Guide to Ayurveda - The Natural Way to Wholeness

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Author: Roy Eugene Davis
Publisher: B Jain Pub.
Year: 2010
Language: English
Pages: 157
ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788131910108


Our awareness flows more easily and we can express more freely when our mental, emotional, and physical states are at their most favorable levels of functional efficiency. This helpful book explains how to experience inner balance and authentic spiritual growth.

Ayurveda evolved in India more than two thousand years ago. Because this knowledge is believed to have emerged into human consciousness from the Infinite Field of Being which is the common reality of all souls, it is said that it was taught to people by the gods. It spread eastward throughout Asia, and westward via the Mediterranean countries and Europe. During British rule in India, Ayurvedic practices declined in the urban centers while remaining the treatment of choice among rural populations.

There are several Ayurvedic colleges in India, and schools and clinics are rapidly becoming available in Europe and America as public awareness increases and more people are seeking ways to help themselves to actualize and maintain total wellness. The two major Ayurvedic texts are Charaka Samhita and Sushruta Samhita. Charaka and Sushruta are the names of the compilers of the samhitas, the collected information.



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