ACCORDING TO AYURVEDA & YOGA

Jan 14, 2015

by Ann Holaday | in ORIGINS - HISTORY - PRINCIPLES of AYURVEDA and YOGA

 

MAKING THE SCIENCE OF LIFE A WAY OF LIFE


In order to understandwe must have knowledge, knowledge comes from experience and to have experience wemust live the life. According to Ayurveda & Yogais a pioneer in the use of on-line media to reach those who would not otherwise be exposed to ayurveda. and yoga. In this way people around the world can not only understand, but experience ayurveda and yoga for themselves and therefore become its champions. We believe that everyone should be given the opportunity to lead an ayurvedic lifestyle and be in control of their health. We are an educational resource for all, where experts can share their knowledge with less experienced practitioners and the seeker of knowledge can get the right answers to thescience of life.

 


Ayurveda means knowledge of lifeayur meaning life and vedascience. Ayurveda is a vast body of knowledge harnessed by the Rishis - sages of ancient India. Even though this profound knowledge was developed thousands of years ago, it still applies to our world today. Ayurveda is recognized by the World Health Organization as an authentic health system. Ayurveda offers humanity a way to move towards a true global community committed to improving the lives of all humans and to nurturing the earth and its species. Individuals who appreciates this knowledge are automatically endowed with a gracious living style based on harmony and the total state of freedom which nature guarantees - freedom the follies of modern society.


 

Although the words ayurveda and yoga are spreading rapidly, the deep foundations of these systems of healing are not widely known and often misunderstood. Many people do not realize ayurveda and yoga come from the same Vedic origins. Yoga is mostly seen as an exercise practice with no connection to its profound spiritual tradition. Ayurveda is often thought of as a poor alternative to modern medicine which could be a threat to the status quo and therefore to participate might in fact be harmful.


 

I foresee the future of ayurveda as being integrated with other natural medicine systems such as Chinese and Naturopathic medicine and enriching the benefits of modern medicine. The demand for this integration comes from the benefits that individuals experience. This is in sharp contrast to the current scientifically basedhealth system which is expensive, does not serve the public adequately and has taken away the responsibility of the individual for managing health. Only through education can the masses bring about long overdue reform of what is in fact an illnesssystem and turn it into a healthsystem which focuses on healthy living and prevention of disease.


According To Ayurveda & Yoga - Ann Holaday


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