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AYURVEDA – TREAT YOURSELF NATURALLY, HEAL NATURALLY

Ayurveda has often been termed in a very special way by people since centuries – the Science of Life. To simplify it, Ayur is broken down to spell out life, and Veda as many of us already know means Science. Tracing back to the ancient islands of our ancestors, Ayurveda was essentially the only oldest medical system in the world. To be more precise, the medical practice of Ayurveda dates back to 5000 years ago which was believed to be the kind of miraculous healing that enhances longevity. Lost and broken people in quest for a happy life resulted...

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Back pain Relief With Ayurveda

Ayurveda has remedies to treat many health issues using natural methods and therapies. Vasti, a natural element of AYurveda helps with back pain relief effectively and easily. Vasti is the procedure where heat of medicated oils is the active ingredient which when applied to the affected area in a particular way, alleviates the pain. The warm medicated oil is applied using a pattern/ frame formed over the inflamed area for a specific duration. There are four types of Vasti o help relief from pain and other health issues – Shiro (head) Vasti, Greeva (neck) Vasti and Kati (back) Vasti...

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Calorie counted healthy meals from $8

Edmon, a very senior chef at Benefit meals prepares these healthy meals everyday from fresh ingredients. Read what Edmon wants to say about the fresh and lean calorie counted meals. For the past 30 years my love of passion has been in the food industry servicing the general public in providing commitment to quality and value. After many hours in the gym working out and noticing frozen meals in fridges.My mind was racing in overdrive thinking I can do this. Why don’t I start preparing fresh meals instead of frozen.I set about building a commercial kitchen in Hallam.Coming up...

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Why should I visit a temple

Why should I visit a temple if God is everywhere? You would have heard of this statement many times, particularly by the people at young age and folks who boast of being highly reasonable and pragmatic. Going to a temple is not only about visiting a holy place with statues and worshipping (pooja). It is all about the peace, serenity and a feeling of oneness with God (or the superpower) when you are physically there. Positive Energy – The overall environment has a positive energy and despite having same God idols or statues at your home, I personally feel a difference with a type of energy field at the temple. The God idols are always placed in a positive centric place in the temple, also referred as the Garbhagriha or Moolasthaan – the location having high earth’s magnetic waves. Trust and complete surrender – Many people when visit the temple in a state of mind which is more where there is no ego, hatred, jealousy and lesser negative feelings. There is a feeling of surrender and you are relaxed when you enter the temple and you bow down or fold hands wholeheartedly in front of your deities. People naturally share their guilts and have that unshaken trust when they ask for something (mannat) from God. Role of sound – Usually temples have a bell near the entrance or near...

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Pulse Diagnosis

PULSE DIAGNOSIS Pulse diagnosis is an inexpensive and quick diagnostic tool that serves as an effective way to determine the health condition of a patient. Pulse diagnosis is an ancient and one of the original methods to examine the pulse for the humoural imbalances such as the three doshas – vata, pitta and kapha for a person’s health. This helps in suggesting the diet and lifestyle according to the body type among other things involved in an Ayurveda treatment plan. Pulse is commonly measured in three modes namely- superficial, middle and deep levels that determines information on the energy imbalance of the patient. How is pulse diagnosis performed? The ayurvedic pulse measurement is practised by putting the index, middle and the ring finger on your wrist. The index finger represents the Vata dosha and is positioned below the wrist bone of the side where your thumb is. The middle finger and the ring finger represents the Pitta and the Kapha dosha consequently and they are placed right next to the index finger. What is referred as a healthy pulse according to Ayurveda ? The pulse should be felt in all 9 positions. – Over time, a variety of locations have been used in the process of pulse diagnosis. Originally, pulses were felt at nine locations, three on the head, three on the hands, and three on the legs. Some...

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