THOUGHTS => WORDS => ACTION => CHARACTER => ultimately becomes DESTINY!
See how principles of Ayurveda benefit to get right Spirit, Stay healthy, become Positive, Stress-free, and Train our Mind/Action. Also, learn how Yoga and Ayurveda are related!!
A must watch and thought-provoking discussion about Mind ,Emotions, Feelings, and how our senses needs to be trained to look at what is going in our life. How Ayurveda helps us in dealing with all problems in life is discussed in following 8 parts lecture by Dr. Suhas Kshirsagar Director of Ayurvedic Healing-USA and Advisor at Kerala Ayurveda Academy. He talked about how we are exposed to our own thinking which will bring Right and Wrong kinds of things in our life. Also, he mentioned a simple law of attraction What you intend that you attract! During introduction he mentioned about a book “Molecules of Emotion by Candace b. Pert “ which can be found at Amazon here.
Introduction to Ayurveda and Ayurvedic Phycology by Dr. Suhas Kshirsagar
Ayurveda and Mind
Learn in following clips: What is Ayurveda? What is Ayurvedic Psychology? How mind Works? How to control mental patterns and emotions? What is meaning of Ayurvedic terminologies – Doshas (see here and here) , Pitta, Kapha, Vata/Vatta and how it is related to mind?
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How Yoga and Ayurveda are related by Dr. Suhas Kshirsagar
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