“If you look at the current health crisis in relation to Covid-19 and nature at a more philosophical level it’s the result of man’s clash with nature”-Mr. Mahesh Natrajan of Ananda In the Himalayas(Luxury Destination Spa)
Ayurveda is the world’s oldest healing system first practiced in India over thousands of years ago, According to the Vedic literature of Ayurveda the Hindu God themselves developed the process of treating illness through medicinal herbs, spa therapies & yoga.
It is believed Years before, Ayurveda was passed down from the creator aka Brahma (Hindu God) to the ancient mystics through meditation.
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“In the last few decades ,We have been exploiting nature so there is that tilt in the balance which usually results in some form of symptom or an ailment” - Dr Shijoe Mathew (Ayurvedic Doctor from Sussex)
Dr.Shijoe also talks about how people with borderline health issues are getting affected the most along with an elderly person. “We should really think of aspiring good health;not only by superficially addressing the symptoms but understanding the inner strength and immunity through an individual's lifestyle.
Depending on an individual person,the ancient practices are determined based on dosha or energy type and implemented to balance the mind, body and consciousness. Making specific food choices that ultimately aid in soothing anxiety, depression, skin sensitivities, and many other health concerns creates this balance.
Ayurveda is an eternal science that can be used to heal illness and diseases with a balanced diet and eating certain foods according to the different seasons.
There are 3 Ayurvedic Doshas: Vata, Kapha & Pitta. Each & every Dosha constitutes of 5 elements— water,fire,air,space & earth
The Seasons, lifestyle and the state of mind plays a major role in how someone might feel emotionally, spiritually or physically . Most people have a combination of two doshas, one being the dominant, however when developing the Ayurvedic diet the dominant Dosha needs more attention for balancing the mind & body .
We are more prone to falling sick when doshas are not balanced , and when it’s balanced we feel healthier and happier . The imbalance of dosha may also lead to poor digestion , inflammation , depression and anxiety . Even the hair & skin quality deteriorates. Following and practising Ayurveda helps you understand the effects food & lifestyle has on your body and mind, and teaches you to naturally crave and choose foods that are right for you.
Creating a specific diet for your dominant Dosha is very unique and takes some understanding of how to create balance using specific herbs, foods, lifestyle changes, and exercise routines.
To understand your Doshas in depth and precision we recommend the Ayurveda experience at Ananda that has been designed keeping in mind the individual’s desire to heal, cleanse, relax & revitalise. With qualified Ayurveda doctors & therapists to administer treatments ranging from therapeutic massages to more rigorous modes of toxic elimination, the Ayurvedic therapies at Ananda are strongly rooted in ancient traditions.
“The core principle of Ayurveda is the idea of balance” -Dr. Shijoe Mathew