A blanket of soft vibration
The rain whether pouring or pelting forms a blanket of soft pulsation over the landscape, softening the sounds of regular life, turning down the dial on the intensity of normal activity. This sensory insulation makes monsoon the season conventionally considered best for internal focus, a naturally supported time to turn inside for meditation and spiritual study, as well as for taking Ayurvedic treatments.
From being the ‘science of life’, Ayurveda has now become the ‘slice of life’ for many with the initiation and optimistic growth of rejuvenation centres and Ayurvedic resorts in the country. When we live in concord with the virtues of the season accepting her benefits, and balancing any excesses, this is the right time for so many good things.
Ayurveda is a traditional natural curing system which was found in India. It is a sound and comprehensive system of medicine which is receptive to both nature and the Earth. It is a thousand year old traditional clinical system which demonstrates natural methods of treatment ranging from herbs, natural diet and massage. Its exclusive curing process is gaining popularity and is spreading speedily in the Western world. If you are spiritually inclined, and not feeling lethargic, a rainy day is a gift from the Gods – basically a chance to fall fully into internal surrender.
Ayurveda for you
Monsoon is the best season for rejuvenation therapies that strengthen the body, as the body is most receptive to herbal oils and therapies during this season, as this is when the pores are open to their utmost level. If you are planning to start any Ayurvedic therapy, monsoon is the best time to start since the treatments work to their optimum best during monsoons. These favourable conditions speed up healing and revamp the body’s strength, health and balance.
Ayurveda has exceptional therapies and many massages to make your body packed with health and youthfulness. Ayurveda is a pranic system of medicine that brings a sense of stability on the body’s life vigour called the doshas.
This can be accomplished by following a strict diet, through various massages, pouring herbal liquid onto the whole body and by wrapping the body with essential herbal leaves and powders.
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