Ayurveda in the Vedas: the connection between micro and macro

Discover the means of ayurveda and its potentiality through mantras

Let’s talk more about Ayurveda.

Ayurveda is the science that takes the individual on his journey through earthly life from the materialization of the first cell to the last moment of physical experience and its subsequent passage.

Ayurveda according to ancient Vedic scriptures, is the connection between micro and macro.

The purpose of Ayurveda is to help the person on their journey of knowledge and self-realization.

Ayurveda indicates the modus vivendi: the nutrition, the therapies, the remedies and the knowledge necessary to facilitate the evolutionary journey of the human being, inevitably studded with obstacles.

One of the most powerful tool proposed by Ayurveda is to sing mantras.

The term mantra is composed of man (mind) and tri (cross). It is a combination of sacred syllables, whose silent or aloud recitation helps the purification of consciousness and protection against negative energies, wheter they are internal and external.

How does the Ayurvedic therapist deal with all this?

The mantra helps to calm the troubled waters of the mind, restores peace and puts the operator in a state of acceptance and listening.

It is good practice to often recite mantras in the studio where the treatments are performed so that the energy is always light and joyful and a sense of calm and serenity is transmitted that allows the client to feel well received.

According to Ayurveda, the mantra is a real healing tool of the same effectiveness as healthy nutrition or the use of medical herbs.

But the use of mantras can very well be inserted into everyday life.

Starting from a simple Om recited under the morning in the shower or in the evening before bed can be a valid help to better support the tests of the day or to promote restful sleep and good dream activity.