What is the Meaning of Ayurveda? Ayurveda Basics

The meaning of ayurveda is to understand your true nature as spirit. The ayurveda basics gives you the knowledge on how to bring balance back into your life.


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Where did ayurveda come from and why is it different from Western medicine?

Ayurveda is an ancient science dating back 5,000 years to Vedic times in India. This ancient practie teaches you how to become your own doctor by making changes within your own life and diet. Ayurveda treats the cause of disease. Western medicine treats the symptoms of disease.

What are the need to know essentials of ayurveda?

First, you must understand the 5 great elements, 10 opposing qualities and the 3 doshas within ayurveda. The 5 great elements consist of earth, water, fire, air and ether. These elements are the building blocks of nature, the 3 doshas and all things in this world.

The 10 opposing qualities are:

The 3 doshas are Vata, Pitta and Kapha.

Vata rules motion and is made up of air and ether. People with a vata dosha dominancy tend have a lean figure, quick mind and creative heart. Vata is also prone to gas, bloating, anxiety and a feeling of being overwhelmed.

Pitta rules transformation and metabolism. This dosha is made up of fire and water. Pitta dominant people have an moderate, athletic shape with strong facial features. They have a quick digestion and an intense personality. To much heat and they can become aggressive, jealous and critical.

Kapha rules body structure, muscle growth and your lymphatic system. This dosha is made up of earth and water and tends to have a larger bone structure and larger features. Kapha doshas are lovable, calm and compassionate. However they can also experience sluggish digestion, stubbornness and over attachment when out of balance.

Check out more videos to discover your dosha and balancing practices to incorporate into your life.

Stay balanced,



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