Ayurveda addresses the alignment of the outer and different levels of our being with our inner or immortal self. As well as, our karmic reincarnating being that connect to the supreme self, the divine essence within us. Yoga and Ayurveda are integrative systems and combined help us live life with grace. The meaning of Ayur meaning life and Veda meaning knowledge.
Veda yoga or inner cognitive science is born out of samadhi. This is the state of inner knowing or self realisation beyond the mind. Veda is knowledge and Yoga is its practice. They are two sides of the same truth. Yoga leads us to and expresses Veda. Veda embodies itself through yoga as its expression.
Ayurveda is a Vedic science
Ayurveda is part of broader system of knowledge. Vedic science addresses the consciousness of life as a whole. This is based on our physical body looking out to the greater immortal essence of our inner being.
It originates from the ancient Vedic tradition of India where Ayurveda has been practised for more than 6,000 years. It comprises 9 out of 40 branches of this complete system of Vedic Health-care.
Ayurveda’s broad view of spirituality, mental awareness and clarity of mind an integral part of our wellbeing and causes disease such as:-
- The physical, psychological and spiritual wellbeing to move beyond our karmas
- External pathogens and disease
- Opposites of heat/cold, the change of seasons, bacteria and viruses.
- Constitutional factors of vata, pita or kapha
- Movement of the elements and life force within us
- Gunas – satva – rajas and tamas
- Karmic issues from past or present life
Ayurveda has a broad view of healing
Ayurveda includes the physical, psychological, energetic, spiritual and yogic modalities for right living and higher consciousness – or subtle energy systems. Yoga with Ayurveda is a vast system that requires deep contemplation and examination. There are many branches and fields for application. Together they form a broader modern medicine or natural system of healing.
Ayurveda combined with Yoga teaches us to live life with grace
The relationship of Ayurveda with Yoga is very important and it evolves out of the Yoga philosophy. The practical side of Vedic science is the system of Yoga. Yoga develops the ideas of Vedic philosophy into the tools of the development of consciousness. Asanas or postures are only one small aspect of Yoga. Traditionally Yoga has eight limbs as taught by Patanjali that covers areas of life.
The science of meditation and enlightenment which are an aspect of Yoga combined with Ayurveda cross over in many ways. Both are an integral system that show us how to live life with grace.
Overall Yoga and Ayurveda combined provide an understanding of the mind, consciousness, karma and rebirth. Each is not stand alone and combined they take into account:-
About Vastu Science
- Astrology – the science of karma and how it impacts us throughout time.
- Medicine towards a physical, psychological and spiritual wellbeing.
- Integration, contemplation and self realisation.
Vastu science is the directional influences and energy patterns on the earth. Texts from the Indian subcontinent describe Vastu as principles of design, layout, measurements, ground preparation, space arrangement, and spatial geometry. The aim is to create a congenial setting or a place to live or work, in a most scientific way. It takes advantage of the benefits bestowed by the five element earth, water, fire, air and ether. These five elements that are in all living things are earth, fire, water, air and ether.
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