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7 Reasons Why Ayurveda Should Work on Healthy And Happy Life

Ayurveda is a state of well-being in balance with nature and life itself. This includes the physical body, senses, soul and spirit. Within this balance is mainly focus on three areas of health: sleep, sex, and food. It seems simple to some extent, is not it? But if anyone thinks that Ayurveda can be understood and mastered after a short period of time that would be wrong. Fortunately for those who really want a deeper understanding, and this book is filled with detailed instructions to get you started.

Just to give you a taste, here are seven of the most interesting things I found out about Ayurveda that might just make you interested enough to want to learn more:

  • Each and every day there is an ideal time to wake up for the purposes of a balanced life. The idea that time is before sunrise and never later than 6:00 Shunya and he says, "every day is a twenty-four-hour drive, and the choices we make every part of this effect resulting from the wheel of our state of health."


  • Do not forget that the judiciary is an important part of the daily purification of the body and the mind. Something we all know but rarely talk about it, Ayurveda emphasizes the importance of regular stay and the elimination of toxins in our bodies as a key to better health and well-being. And yes, there are many tips and suggestions.


  • Start your day with healing and spiritual practices useful. Ayurveda is disciplined to some extent in when and how you're supposed to start your day. This includes regular oral hygiene along with daily self-massage. According to Shunya's, "In India, oil massage is as much a part of daily personal hygiene as bathing, shaving and shampoo are in Western culture." But this type of massage is more about oil and self-care around the pressure. When done correctly, can be ten minutes of this type of massage improves blood flow, increasing oxygen, releasing stress, and helps us to feel lighter, and reduce pain and stiffness and to achieve deep relaxation. Best of all it promotes spiritual awareness tight.


  • Ayurveda puts great emphasis on good sleep. While most of the information shared in the book is not entirely new, it is amazing to note that the old teachers of Ayurveda for thousands of years to recognize that some of the practices can improve sleep quality. Shunya is advised that most of the time when students or customer comes her with sleep problems, one of three things: a lot of tension, a lot of stimulation before sleep and sleep schedule is inconsistent.


  • Because Ayurveda is a comprehensive exercise of the overall well-being, there was no surprise that good sleep is also linked to good practice. While an extremely important part of any style healthy and happy life, Ayurveda proposals for a balanced approach. Shunya says, "recommends Ayurveda conduct prudent and deliberate physical movements that produce fatigue but in the end the transfer of firmness and strength." But the key because "right" is to recognize "when enough is enough." And while she believes yoga is the science of the sister of Ayurveda, exaggerating and making extreme can cause failure balance. In fact, Shunya warns of "more yoga" being taught in most yoga studios today.


  • also, link to practice good sleep, is to focus on the roles that sex plays in a balanced and happy life. Ayurveda does not encourage celibacy and not to promote the idea of becoming sexless would lead to becoming more spiritual. Says Shunya, "Ayurveda tradition celebrates human sexuality because it not only enhances the physical and sensual pleasure, but also because it enhances emotional intimacy and mutual respect, and can be, even in the act of physical union, and bring individuals to experience divinity own."


  • And then there's the food. If you remember anything from the talks and wrote Deepak Chopra, it was in exotic spices and different kinds of foods that provide different benefits for each one of us.  This is the basic Ayurveda. It is also recommended that you do not eat fruit at the same time dairy. Who knows? The book includes a number of recipes with a strong emphasis on the flavors and how they match not only different types of people and circumstances but also in the seasons themselves. There is a lot to learn and practice.

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