Date of publication: 2017-09-06 03:22
In order to reverse the nidana, a kapha-pacifying diet should be followed and include an emphasis on bitter and pungent tastes. A lifestyle including stable routines (to manage vata), no oversleeping, and exercise (including kapha-pacifying yoga asana) should be followed. Appropriate body therapies in addition to nasya may include medicated shiro basti and shirodhara using light oils, such as safflower. Abhyanga, along with anuvasana basti, will also be important for managing vata.
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In each level many sensations can be experienced and eventually understood by the advanced practitioner. We must remember that feeling initially takes place in the mind and then in the fingers. It is our mind's eye that truly reads the pulse and not the fingers alone. At each level of the pulse there is a minor variation in the spike of the pulse. As one continually moves from deep to superficial pulses they begin to differentiate between the many levels of the pulse. (Lad, 86)
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Diet and nutrition are at the core of the Ayurvedic philosophy of health and balance. This essential fact is made obvious when evaluating the most basic of dietary concepts: tastes. As I reviewed the literature, classical and current, as well as notable empirical evidence, it became clear that excessive intake of the sweet taste can lead the mind, and then the body, to a condition of imbalance and possible addiction. The evidence points to the move from healthy amounts and types of sweet substances to the ingestion of high volumes of the purest form of sugar. The physical maladies resultant from this excessive intake will continue to increase until it is acknowledged that the mind and emotions must be addressed at the root of the problem.