Ayurvedic Principles for Daily Live by K. Parvathi Kumar

By K. Parvathi Kumar

This e-book includes brief, useful rules and proposals for daily residing. a few of the subject matters are: Morning laws; the technological know-how of bathing, water temperature, hair, workout instructions; therapeutic massage therapeutic massage ideas, oil therapeutic massage, head and foot therapeutic massage, detoxification therapeutic massage; sleep-guidelines, dawn and sundown hours; vitamin an knowing of vitamin, ayurvedic rules for consuming. this article is the 1st of a chain of courses of Dhanishta Switzerland, intended to give the lessons of Dr. ok. Parvathi Kumar in a sort suited for the English talking Western international.

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One simply becomes perplexed, confounded and out of touch with his true inner feelings and urges. The ever-present subtle sensation of fear created by the chemicals, creates fearof-self and psychological repression. 45 8. In no other era has meat been so plentifully available. With the increased abundance brought on with the age of electricity and refrigeration, has come a corresponding increase in heart disorders, cancer, untimely deaths, and a host of other ailments. Meat was consumed previously, but never in such quantity.

Never sleep within two hours after meals as this disturbs the mind and the digestive system. 20. Wash hands, face, mouth and eyes after meals. 21. Avoid all actions requiring physical or mental concentration for two to three hours after a full meal. 22. Urinate after eating – but do not defecate for three hours if possible. (Thus, one should not eat before his normal bowel movement). 23. Never take hot milk before retiring. 24. Never take tea within a half-hour of meals, before or after. 25. Eat once or twice daily – a light morning meal, and, if possible, the main meal before sunset.

When condensed to essential form, the arguments in favour of meat consumption rest on the issue of ‘dietary necessity’, while the counterarguments are based on the harmfulness of toxins found in meat and the emotional resistance to killing another animate being for food. 2. ” The answer ap40 pears obvious at first: One eats in order to live. But witness the well documented cases of yogis who have not touched any food or drink for years. In fairness one must add that these rare individuals spend all of their time immobile, sitting in state of deep meditation.

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