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Editor's Note from Julie Cerrato: Dosha has been defined as "according to the principle of constitution of the physical body in ayurveda, one of the three vital bioenergies (vata, pitta, kapha) condensed from the five elements." An Ayurvedic Practitioner will thoroughly assess your physical, mental, emotional and metabolic attributes to determine your doshic balance and your constitutions, prakriti and vkriti. This excellent video clearly discusses the characteristics of the three doshas, how Ayurvedic Practitioners diagnose patients and some specific imbalances you can begin to address with simple, homemade solutions. 

 

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Editor´s Note from Sonica Krishan: This is a wonderful video by Dr. Mary Jo Cravatta, where she explains how to live an Ayurvedic Lifestyle based on the Dosha Times of Day, comprising of Vata, Pitta and Kapha dosha. Watch the video and have the in depth understanding of the basic principles of why certain activities and therapies are recommended in Ayurveda healing science.

 

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by Meenakshi Joshi, BAMS, PG PPHC, PGCPK

Oil massage is advised before any other ritual. According to Ayurveda, oil massage is bahy snehana bahy. Outer sneha means oil and love, too... to wrap and nourish the body with love that is the application of oil. It is basically vata shamak or pacify vata dosha so the best anti ageing, anti stress methods if done daily...

 

Editor's Note: Bathing is a daily ritual to cleanse the body. These days with the advancement of the leisure industry this ritual has become more than a mundane daily washing. There are more lines of products with fancy names than ever before. The technology and advancements have surely given us lots of choices and options, but with all this array of good products there comes a trolley full of unavoidable confusions, too...

 

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by Dr. Baljot Bharaj

Post natal period is like a second birth for a woman. It is the period to replenish the vital elements lost during pregnancy and giving birth to the baby. Ayurveda emphasizes on regulated dietary regimen during this period to gain strength and pre-pregnancy state...

 

Editor´s Note from Sonica Krishan: Significance of Postnatal diet finds importance in Ayurveda woman-care. Not only does this diet help in nourishing the tissues of the woman, replenish the vital elements lost during pregnancy and giving birth to the baby; and also balances the body humors or doshas viz. Vata, Pitta and Kapha. Dr Baljot Bharaj has brought us with these details in her nicely authored write-up 'Post Natal Diet and Ayurveda'. Please have a read.

 

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Kapha dosha is defined by the characteristics of cold, heaviness, stability and dullness. If you have a kapha constitution or kapha imbalance, this video demonstrates how you can customize your yoga practice to encourage the opposite qualities that naturally bring kapha back into balance.

 

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Editor's Note from Julie Cerrato: As we grow deeper in our understanding of Ayurveda, we can begin to incorporate its principles into our daily yoga practice. After consulting an Ayurvedic practitioner and determining your prakriti (doshic constitution), one can use this knowledge to more accurately approach their yogic practice. This interesting video by Melissa West, PhD demonstrates a full-length strong, active Kapha practice as she offers some modifications for Vata and Pitta. Enjoy! Note: The first 12 min of the video discusses business and then an introduction to Ayurveda. Asana practice begins about 14 min into the video.

 

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by Susan Westfall

There are energetic vibrations on many levels of the body, but there is a source of fundamental vital energy which ultimately connects the mind, body and spiritual consciousness. The doshas represent the gross bio-energies whose balance is critical for physical and mental health...

 

Editor’s Note from Sonica Krishan: This is another brilliant article by Susan Westfall wherein she focuses on the merits of prana, tejas and ojas, which are essential for the spiritual connection as well as maintaining self-awareness. She also narrates about the Ayurveda philosophy of the three doshas vata, pitta and kapha; which impart the doshic energy which in abundance imposes a transcendent, spiritual health for it links the physical state to a higher state of consciousness!

 

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by Dr. Sonica Krishan,
ATH Co-Editor of Ayurveda

Facing digestion doldrums often ? You need to understand that for maintaining natural well being, proper digestion of whatever the food you eat is so essential...

 

Editor´s Note from Sonica Krishan: In Ayurveda text, the exact translation of the word, Agni means fire which is the manifestation of the fire body humor or the Pitta Dosha. Thus, Agni contributes to all the metabolic activities in the body. Please have a read of my article. Namaste.

 

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