You know what is Ayurvedic Yoga? This is a sport that combines the concepts of two ancient philosophies of India: Ayurveda and Yoga.
Yoga, as you already know, is a practical philosophy, which aims to self-knowledge through techniques that involve: breathing, meditation, asanas (bodily techniques), relaxation, body cleansing techniques and imagery techniques. We say that Yoga is the science of self-transformation through. By practicing these techniques, the process of self-knowledge happens gradually, organically, step by step and when you see your surroundings, your interpersonal relationships, your health, your positioning towards life, anyway, your relationship with yourself greatly improves and the result is that youimproved life without having changed her life”. This is one of the sentences that are in the book of Marcia De Luca, Ayurveda, wellness Culture live, where she teaches how you can “change your life without changing of life” because our illusion is that if we could change the country, affective relationships, financial situation, anyway, we’d be more happy, when in fact, the proposal is the inverse : If you change in your surroundings become, along with you according to investtops.com.
And the Ayurveda is the science of longevity, that teaches you to add life to your years. Is the medicine of India, which began to develop in India about of 6,000 years before Christ and which proposal to adopt small day to day habits that will make you understand your physiological Constitution, will help you to understand and accept their physical, emotional and mental characteristics and will help you live better with them by exploiting its potential.
Through Ayurveda, we can understand that we are the microcosm of the macrocosm, in other words, we are made of the same matter in the universe, we are made of the same matter of stars, of nature. The more we can understand that, the more we can understand that there is no separation and a unit, we really are an extension of everything we see, but with a different vibration pattern, with a certain amount of elements only. For Ayurveda, the Universe consists of: ether (space), air, fire, water and Earth, the 5 elements, and each of us is also constituted of these 5 elements, but with quantities and different intensities.
For Ayurveda, each person is unique and what’s good for one person, may not be as suitable for someone else. For example, we are increasingly interested in health, to eat better, and the first thing you think is: I need to eat more salad. A small example. Following the guidelines of Ayurveda, not everyone will benefit. This may come as a shock, but it is a matter of adaptation. There is a reason for our differences in tastes and desires. Some people love cold foods, such as ice cream, salads, raw foods and other people don’t like and prefer all cooked and hot. There is a reason and the Ayurveda helps us to embark on these small Fund day to day issues and understand why and stop force us to eat salad, for example, just because all diets indicate that. And that’s how I learned with my teacher Marcia De Luca: “while Ayurveda is the science of healing of body and mind, which depends on self-transformation through; Yoga is the science of self-transformation through, which depends on the proper functioning of the body and of the mind”.
I hope to share with you a little of what I’ve learned and what I’ve been drawing from my own experience, in search of balance, through these two ancient philosophies. Namaskar!??
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