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Balancing life through Yoga & Ayurveda

Vedic knowledge is one of the best ways to understand the cycle of birth and death. Therefore, Yoga and Ayurveda are considered as major components of Vedic knowledge which define its depth and versatility towards life. For our ancient scholars, these practices were a medium to interconnect our soul with God/ Almighty. They have always tried to connect with the internal phenomenon of this life and associated themselves with the creations of the Almighty. Ved gurus felt that these (Yoga and Ayurveda) are the only techniques through which one can relate to the divine and hence they treated it as a medium of conversation with the Almighty.

Yoga:

The Yoga Sutra says “yogas chitta vritti nirodha”, which means the settled state of mind or stability in the mind of an individual. Under Yoga, it is believed we are fulfilling our expectations from the spirituality of nature. Yoga is an inner spiritual practice, what is known as Sadhana in Sanskrit. Consequently, it is also known as a medical instrument/tool which is used to heal wounds that may not be treated by medical science.

Ayurveda:

Ayurveda says “svasmin dishati iti svasthah”, which means one who always remains united with their inner self is a healthy person. Ayurveda is probably the most important part of Vedic knowledge because it addresses all aspects of healing and well-being of the body and the mind. One of the most beneficial factors related to Ayurveda is that it solves the problem from its origin. Ayurveda doesn’t have any side effects.

Using Yoga and Ayurveda for holistic wellbeing:

Yoga and Ayurveda are the two interconnected streams of Vedic knowledge which represent the balance between human life and the rest of God’s creations. Though both of them have different attributes and working styles, we still cannot separate them from each other as they are two sides of the same coin.

Yoga and Ayurveda have their own different approaches in finding the best solutions to problems, but in the end their motive and outcomes are same. In a way, we can say that both Yoga and Ayurveda are two sisters from the same womb - the womb of nature. So, we need to know why they are important for us and how they can help us in fighting all the chronic diseases. Yoga somewhere is related to the physical effort and its spirituality is directly involved with nature, especially towards the external environment.

Today we are leading a hectic life and we don’t get time for ourselves, therefore it’s necessary for us to understand the importance of Yoga and Ayurveda in our life. How we are going to optimize our health through such methods? How can an individual find peace and a sense of accomplishment by applying these techniques in his/her respective lives? What benefits they are going to earn through Yoga and Ayurveda and how will they manage this in their busy schedule?

Obviously, we can’t deny the facts associated with Yoga and Ayurveda and all the valuable outcomes through its application in our life. Indeed, they really transmit high importance, care and well-being of our society. And we all are aware of this, that their recognition is universally accepted and beautifully regarded.

So, Jiva says, balance your life through the Ayuryogic way, which is a mix of both Ayurveda and Yoga.

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