Five thousand years ago in the
Himalayas, one of the greatest sages of India, Srila Vyasadeva wrote down the
Vedas for the first time, this included a limb of which is called Ayurveda:
"The science of Life" (Ayur means life and Veda means science). The
Vedas came from an oral tradition that reached back into antiquity. Srila
Vyasadev entrusted the original copies of the texts with his most erudite and
enlightened disciples, who, along with other great sages, inaugurated a very
long sacrificial ceremony for hundreds of years for the purification and
blessings of the entire world. Remember people lived for one to two thousand
years back then. During that time, they studied and discussed these ancient
texts with their own disciples, who wrote commentaries, and expanded and
developed these original and eternal truths without ever altering them.s fitting
at the best your personality.
Ayurveda is a
science that teaches how to live in a true and natural balance. This is not
limited to the proper functioning of our mind, body and soul but extends further
in establishing a natural and balanced relationship with the nature as a whole.
This includes a balanced relationship between us and all the creatures, our
family members, our friends, our colleagues at the place of work and also the
work, the climate and the society we live in, our ideas and customs, and finally
with truth and God. Ayurveda teaches how to maintain this balance. As long as we
can maintain this balance we are healthy and when there is imbalance there is
disease, unhappiness and misery.
is considered by many scholars to be the oldest healing science. Ayurveda is a
Sanskrit word which means "The Science of Life." Ayurvedic knowledge
originated in India more than 5,000 years ago and is often called the "Mother
of All Healing". It stems from the ancient Vedic culture and was taught for
many thousands of years in an oral tradition from accomplished masters to their
disciples. Some of this knowledge was set to print a few thousand years ago, but
much of it is inaccessible. The principles of many, if not all, natural healing
systems now familiar in the West, such as Homeopathy and Polarity Therapy, have
their roots in Ayurveda.