‘Truth is High, Higher Still is Truthful Living’ is a short film produced as part of the ‘Arts of the Sikh Kingdoms’ at the Victoria and Albert Museum 1999.
Here Swami Shantananda responds to a questions from a ladies coming from both the East and the West about “How to balance the mind and not be a slave to moods and passions?”
As always the medicine given is the very best – remembrance of God.
Asian TV Network features guest speaker Vaidya RK Mishra. Vaidya Mishra is a world-renowned Ayuvedic Physician whose familial lineage has been passed down to him through a tradition which is over 5000 years old. This is about health, beauty, marma, pulse assessment, trandermal marma systerm, and much more
The association between Ayurveda, anti-aging and cosmeceuticals is gaining importance in the beauty, health and wellness sector. Ayurvedic cosmeceuticals date back to the Indus Valley Civilization. Modern research trends mainly revolve around principles of anti-aging activity described in Ayurveda: Vayasthapana (age defying), Varnya (brighten skin-glow), Sandhaniya (cell regeneration), Vranaropana (healing),Tvachya (nurturing), Shothahara (anti-inflammatory), Tvachagnivardhani (strengthening skin metabolism) and Tvagrasayana (retarding aging). Many rasayana plants such as Emblica officinalis (Amla) and Centella asiatica (Gotukola) are extensively used.
Keywords: Ayurveda, anti-aging, cosmeceuticals, beauty, longevity, skin care
Nearly half the US populations turns to complementary, alternative and integrative practices to maintain or improve their health. UCSF’s Dr. Sudha Prathikanti explores Ayurvedic medicine, ancient wisdom for modern times. Ayurvedic medicine aims to integrate and balance the body, mind, and spirit.
“UCSF Mini Medical School for the Public”
[Health and Medicine]
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“All this knowledge has been experienced well, and is successful.
So use it as a mantra.
Do not apply logic.
You will surely see the result.”
A short and succinct video on the art of self-abhyanga.
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The body of one who performs abhyanga regularly is not affected much even if subjected to accidental injuries, or strenuous work. By performing abhyanga daily, a person is endowed with pleasant touch, supple muscles and is strong, charming and is not affected by old age.
- Charaka Samhita
In this video, a beautiful Costa Rican Ayurvedic practinion demonstrates how to Step by step self massage process.. Give your self the gift of health, It starts with self nurture NAMASTE
Abhyanga is a Sanksrit word. Abhy means “to rub” and anga refers to the limbs. It’s prosaic meaning; “to rub the limbs,” but we prefer to translate it as loving hands.
Namaste Yoga – Episode 45 Special 4-Part Series: Introduction to the Ayurvedic Doshas with Dr Melissa West at the Lake
This is the first in a four part series designed to balance your ayurvedic dosha with yoga. The first class introduces the three doshas: vata, pitta and kapha with postures dedicated to each dosha. There are grounding postures for vata, heating postures for kapha and cooling postures for pitta. Enjoy!