Source: - n e1 YouTube Channel. Ayurveda is the science of life, and an art of healing; where body, mind and spirit are given equal importance. This voyage of thousands of miles across India and abroad takes you on a unique poetic journey, where we encounter remarkable men of medicine or simply a villager who lives in harmony with nature. At the end it says; "Hope is natures way...", and I'm changing the word "hope", so it reads; "The ability to be consciously aware is nature's way of enabling us to survive so that we can discover nature itself." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=feTiygXQyq0
Source: - Nikhil Kripalani / YouTube Channel. Dr. Neelesh Korde explains the Ayurvedic classification of personalities in three different categories - the Vata, Pitta, and Kapha types. In this video, Dr. Korde speaks about the chief characteristics of each dosha (physical appearance, behavior patterns, food habits and mental bend) and also offers insights on how each personality type gets along with the others in day to day life and while forming relationships. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lx07nvPloes
Since time immemorial, we Indians have venerated the cow as our Mother and the milk she gives us as the elixir of life. One of our most beloved Gods, Krishna is a protector of cows. Cattle was considered as wealth in olden times. As per our indigenous medicine system, Ayurveda, the five cow-products or panch gavya, which include cow milk possess near-miraculous healing properties. Cow milk is believed to be the best nutritional supplement and ‘complete food’ provided by nature. It is against this centuries-old background of milk consumption, that the current controversy about milk being harmful to human health has caught the attention of many Indians. If milk is the elixir of life, then how can it be harmful? The answer lies in the type of milk being consumed, or more specifically whether
Source: - Hindu Council of Australia Web. By: Surinder Jain. The Royal Australia College of Surgeons (RACS), trains surgeons and is responsible for maintaining surgical standards in Australia and New Zealand. It aims to foster and promote the pursuit of excellence in surgical education and actively supports innovative surgical research, aid projects in underprivileged communities, skills transfer and education programs. In its building, among some of the most prominent ancient physicians, one may come across a statue of Sushrata with the plaque mentioning him as Father of Surgery. When contacted, the RACS were very proud of having the now famous statue in their building. The statue is displayed at the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in Melbourne and has been on display since e...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HzTvEK1sVi0 Some tweet-ready notes from the video: Today’s science doesnt agree with what we learnt and still learn, in colleges What doesnt change is religion, what changes is science Quantum physics and the human body - the basis of Ayurveda Western medical non-science views the body as different parts - Reductionist Science One zygote cells divides to create a colony of 120 trillion cells - thats you When you have the ‘I’ feeling, illness starts, when you have ‘We’, wellness comes in For every human cell, there are 10 germ cells without which you cant survive It is not the genes that run your body as much as the environment its in Knowing the environment the body is in is key to treatment of disease There’s no pill for