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Everyday ayurveda

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  • 1. EVERYDAY AYURVEDA•
  • 2. Arising• Since our biological clocks are attuned to the rising and setting of the sun, it is obviously better to awake at sunrise in perfect synchronisation to the natural clock.
  • 3. Natural Urges• The last portion of the night being ruled by vata - involved in the process of elimination - dawn is the best time to eliminate the bodys physical waste. Proper elimination also helping remove the kapha that naturally accumulates overnight.
  • 4. Cleanliness• Thorough washing of the limbs, face, mouth, eyes & nose purifies the bodies sense organs. Best done with a bath in clean water, it should accompany brushing of the teeth (should be repeated after every meal).
  • 5. Exercise• Either passive like massage or active like aerobics or both as in yoga postures, regular exercise increases the bodys stamina and resistance to disease by facilitating the immune system.
  • 6. Massage• Necessary for every person, a regular self-massage with herbal oils is usually adequate but needs to be supplemented with professional attention occasionally.
  • 7. Clothing• In shielding from extreme temperatures, it tends to reflect the temperament of the wearer in a society showing growing preponderance of the same. Should always be light & airy, and made of natural fibers as cotton, wool, linen or silk. Always wear clean, and never anyone elses except that of a saint.
  • 8. Employment• Since work consumes at least one-third part of our lives and success or failure in your profession affects self-confidence, self-worth, it is important that the nature of work should match well with your prakriti.• Vata people love work that requires sudden bursts of intense energy. But it tends to exhaust them also. So to balance it off, despite their dislike, they should be in routine jobs, slightly repetitive.
  • 9. Choice of Pet• Often an extension of their owners personalities, pets should ideally be chosen so as to have a therapeutic effect on your doshic imbalances.• Vatas get along famously with dogs, the canines loveable, sloppy, open-heartedness reassuring and stabilising their cold, fearful, fickle nature. Some do well with small, furry high- strung animals as guinea pigs that arouse the maternal instincts in the owners.
  • 10. Choice of Partner• Ayurvedic wisdom suggests that like types make better mates because of similar mental processes, attitudes and sexual proclivities. Unfortunately, two people of similar dispositions are likely to have the same defects too. Choosing the right partner who will stimulate, inspire you to evolve into better individual thus becomes very important.
  • 11. Sleep• A state of physical inertia with mental relaxation, sleep promotes proper growth of the self. Night is the natural time to sleep and mid-day catnaps should not be more than 15 minutes long except for the very young, very old, very weak and those intoxicated, diseased, exhausted or traumatised. thank youwww.flycatcherstours.com