Are you underweight? Are you easily fatigued? Do you experience discomfort in the joints? Do you suffer from dryness, insomnia, constipation? Are you constantly restless or agitated? Is your skin dry, rough, thin? If so, you need to balance your Vata Dosha...
Ayurveda, which derives from ancient Vedic scriptures, is a 5,000-year-old medical ideology and philosophy based on the idea that we are all made up of different types of energy.
There are three doshas in Ayurveda that describe the dominant state of mind/body-Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. While all three are present in everyone, Ayurveda suggests that we each have a dominant dosha that is unwavering from birth, and ideally an equal (though often fluctuating) balance between the other two.
Vata, Pitta, and Kapha are all important to our biology in some way, so no one is greater than, or superior to, any other. Each has a very specific set of basic functions to perform in the body.
That said, when the doshas are out of control, our wellbeing can be damaged. However, before we get into the particulars of each of the three doshas, it is helpful to understand their basic nature and their wider function in the natural world.
Each of the doshas has its own special strengths and weaknesses, and with a little awareness, you can do a lot to remain healthy and balanced. You can use this series to adjust your lifestyles and routines in a way that supports your constitution.
I've made a complete series of these three. This is Vata; the other two are also available.
Because Pitta and Kapha cannot pass without it, Vata is assumed to be the chief of the three Ayurvedic Standards in the body. It is therefore really important to keep Vata in a good balance.
Vata reflects the energy of motion and is therefore always associated with the wind (and the element of air). Vata is the invisible force of movement-composed of space and air. It controls breathing, blinking, contraction of muscle and tissue, pulsation of the heart, and all movements of the cytoplasm and cell membranes. Vata encourages innovation, creativity, and versatility in a balanced way. But it also causes fear and anxiety when out of control.
In Ayurvedic medicine, the Vata Dosha is the lightest and most innovative of all doshas. When Vata type are out of control, their creative minds and bodies, which are always on their way, will overwhelm themselves with fear and chaos.
In this book, we'll dive deeper into what Vata means, what throws Vata out of balance, and how to identify the Vata Dosha in your environment, in yourself, and in others.
With this book, I'm going to share with you everything you need to know in order to balance your Vata Dosha and use it for your overall vitality, joy, and well-being.
Reading this you'll discover:
Just follow the book along, you'll reveal the easiest step-by-step routine to balance your Vata Dosha by the end of it!
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India is one of the oldest civilizations in the world, spanning a period of over 4000 years, and witnessing the fusion of several customs and traditions, which reflect the rich culture and heritage of the Country.
Ayurveda is an ancient medicine system of the Indian subcontinent. It is said to have originated in India about 5000 years back...
The world is far more advanced than us. However, with this advancement, they have brought many mishaps upon themselves as well. Today, we are dealing with so many things that affect our health adversely. Be it mobile phones, or massive industries.
There is an urgent need for a medical practice that heals the body while keeps the other body parts undisturbed, which aims at bettering the human lifestyle, soothes the mind, and calms the soul.
And that is why Ayurveda and Spiritual practices are mostly adopted by the western world. Westerners are increasingly adopting this ancient system and trying to learn the ways to be happy and fulfilled.
Rohit Sahu is a known Indian Ayurveda and Spirituality author. He has been writing on the subject for over 7 years.
Rohit loves to read and writes self-help books related to Ayurveda and Spirituality. He takes a whole different approach and solves an issue at a time. His books are based on ancient Indian culture which one can seek to be content, happy, and healthy in all aspects of well-being (Mind, Body, and Soul).