Yoga and Ayurveda: Self-Healing and Self-Realization by David FrawleyYoga and Ayurveda together form a complete approach for optimal health, vitality and higher awareness. YOGA AND AYURVEDA reveals to us the secret powers of the body, breath, senses, mind and chakras. More importantly, it unfolds transformational methods to work on them through diet, herbs, asana, pranayama and meditation. This is the first book published in the West on these two extraordinary subjects and their interface. It has the power to change the lives of those who read and apply it.
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It has a notable emphasis on practical self-care and daily life regimens that makes it helpful for everyone seeking health and wholeness. The book is an excellent primer for students beginning in the field and who wish to have a firm foundation to understand the entire system. It provides a full range of treatment methods including diet, herbs, oils, gems, mantra and meditation. The book also shows the appropriate life-style practices and daily health considerations for your unique mind-body type both as an aid to disease treatment and for disease prevention. This extraordinary book is a complete manual of Ayurvedic health care that offers the wisdom of this ancient system of mind-body medicine to the modern reader relative to our special health concerns today. The present edition is an expanded version of the original edition, covering additional diseases and adding new treatments.
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The world stands by their combination; in them everything abides. This combination exists for the sake of the Purusha or conscious being. It is the subject matter of Ayurveda for which the teachings of Ayurveda have been revealed. Behind these bodies resides our true Self that is beyond all manifestation, mental or physical. The three bodies, therefore, are not bodies in the ordinary sense but rather different types of encasements for the soul. When yoga and Ayurveda address the human being and its needs, they are referring to this greater human being of the three bodies, not merely to the physical self, which in itself is little more than a collection of flesh and bones.