Ayurveda: The Path to Happiness
What happiness really involves is feeding our body, mind, and soul with good food so we can be peaceful and at ease and enjoy our basic nature. Based upon the jewels of Ayurveda and ancient Indian philosophies, this book gives you simple, yet effective ways to usher perpetual and genuine happiness into your life. Learn how to live an Ayurvedic lifestyle, using this book as your guide. More
What happiness really involves is feeding our body, mind, and soul with good food so we can be peaceful and at ease and enjoy our basic nature. Based upon the jewels of Ayurveda and ancient Indian philosophies, this book gives you simple, yet effective ways to usher perpetual and genuine happiness into your life. Learning how to live an Ayurvedic lifestyle, using this book as your guide, helps you to become a master in conducting yourself through the maze of life’s variables. It strengthens your ability to guide yourself along a chosen path of self-care and self-empowerment of body, mind and soul. “Ayurveda” is a Sanskrit word that means knowledge (Veda) about Ayus, which is a combination of body, senses, mind, and soul. Ayurveda describes the normal healthy state of the body, mind, and soul. Ayurveda also describes how the body and mind become sick, as well as how they can be brought back into their normal healthy state. We have instruction manuals for our car, television, and computer. Whenever there is trouble with these technologies, we refer to the manual in order to fix them. Ayurveda provides an instruction manual for human beings. It explains that when we do not follow a rhythm or routine in our daily life, we will not be in harmony. The purpose of Ayurveda is to return us to our original, natural rhythms. Ayurveda is not complicated. It explains things such as how you should sleep and eat, when you should sleep and eat, when you should wake up, how to relax your mind, and how to exercise. Ayurveda explains when you should do things, as well as how and why, all in order to take advantage of the natural flows of nature, so you can align yourself to ride the current, instead of paddling upstream against the current. In this book, you will learn about what your body type is, a daily routine to care for yourself, and what foods are best for your type. The principles described are simple, easy to practice, and effective. Their effects can be seen within a few weeks. So get started on the path to happiness, getting to know, enjoy, and embrace your divine nature. Dr. Partap Chauhan is an author, public speaker, TV personality and master Ayurvedic physician. He currently serves as the Director of Jiva Ayurveda India and spearheads all its medical and pharmaceutical activities. His TV shows are broadcast on leading Indian channels. They have a consolidated viewership of more than 100 million people. As one of the most traveled Ayurvedic physicians in the world, Dr. Chauhan has been dedicating himself to popularizing Ayurveda across the globe since 1994, having conducted workshops and lectures in over 40 countries. He set up the world’s first Ayurvedic website, www.jiva.com, in 1995. Jessica Richmond was a high-flying executive who burned out of corporate America by the age of 32. To regain her health, she spent nine years learning and applying ancient healing remedies from India to heal her body, mind, and spirit. Today Jessica facilitates her clients’ journey of self-healing using her skills as an Ayurvedic Practitioner, Yoga teacher, and Psychotherapist. She invites you to join her on the sometimes humorous, sometimes painful, and always loving journey towards the discovery, understanding and healing of yourself.
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