Articles on Ayurveda

Ayurvedic Implications of Yoga Sutras of Patanjali

Feb 16,20

In the following article, we will explore the extensive relationship and vast interconnections between Yoga and Ayurveda, focusing on the …

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Marma Points and the Practice of Yoga

Feb 4,20

Marmas and Pratyahara: Marmas as Control Points Marmas are prime energy points on the body, in sensitive regions, like joints …

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The Ayurvedic Effects of Asana Practice

Feb 1,20

According to the philosophy of Yoga, the physical body is a manifestation of consciousness. It is a crystallization of karmic …

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Why Ayurvedic Students Should Study Vedanta

Jan 5,20

All Vedic knowledge, which Ayurveda is part of, aims at Self-realization – the recognition of our true nature (Atman or …

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Secrets of the Five Pranas

Dec 17,19

While the subject of Prana is common in Yogic thought and while different forms of Prana may be introduced, the …

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Addiction and the Digital Age – The Need for Higher Consciousness

Nov 14,19

There has been a strong natural healing movement in the world over recent decades. The many natural health practitioners and …

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Yogic Neuroscience: Developing the Soma of the Brain and Beyond

Nov 7,19

Soma is part of a vast cosmic symbolism in Vedic thought and cannot be reduced to a single form, much …

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Why India will be celebrating National Ayurveda Day on Dhanteras

Oct 25,19

Ayurveda, India's natural system of healing has spread worldwide as an innovative and comprehensive system of mind-body medicine.Wherever yoga has gone, ayurveda is now following as the essence of yogic healing for both physical and psychological well-being. It takes the teachings of yoga and expands them into a full medical system for both disease treatment and health enhancement.

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The Expansion of Ayurveda and Yoga: Their Value for India and the World

Oct 25,19

Ayurveda is the natural healing system of India and its civilizational field of influence going back to Vedic times several thousand years ago. Ayurveda is one of the oldest, most intricate, and elaborate forms of traditional medicine in the world, and one with the greatest continuity and authenticity.

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Celebrating Ayurveda Day October 25, 2019

Oct 24,19

October 25, 2019 marks Ayurveda Day. Traditionally it is called Dhanteras and occurs just before Diwali, India’s famous festival of …

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