Introduction to Ayurveda
"Success is neither magic or mystery. It is a natural consequence of consistently applying the fundamentals." Jim Rohn. This course will strengthen your fundamentals and on this "rock" you will build your house.
"As one cannot write poetry without learning the alphabets, it is impossible to MASTER the application of äyurveda without thoroughly understanding the fundamentals." Sanjay Pisharodi
"We can compromise on anything except the fundamentals. Or else it is surrender (loss)." Mahatma Gandhi.
"You can have all the physical ability in the world, but you must still know the fundamentals." Michael Jordan.
"Success is neither magic or mystery. It is a natural consequence of consistently applying the fundamentals." Jim Rohn
This course will cover - the fundamental principles and core purpose, qualifications required to study, philosophy, a brief historical perspective and an overview of the wisdom of Ayurveda.
2. A brief history
3. Qualifications of student
4. Qualifications of teacher
5. Definition and meaning of the word "äyurveda"
6. How to acquire knowledge? - Reprogram your thought process
7. What is the purpose?
8. Three cardinal principles
9. The twenty qualities / attributes (vimçati guëa)
10. Five great elements (païca mahäbhüta)
11. Five sense objects (artha)
12. Concept of time (käla)
13. Three doñas - three functional bioenergies in the body
14. Three mahäguëas - sattva, rajas and tamas
15. The human body - dhätus, srotas, agni, mala
16. Eight branches or divisions
17. Philosophy of ayurveda - ñad darçana
20. We are part of nature
21. Definition of health
22. The five factors for achieving good health
23. Prakrti and vikrti (constitution & imbalances)
24. Classification of diseases
25. Cause of diseases
26. Strata of happiness and suffering
27. Classification and principle of treatments
28. Some important books - recommendation of modern and ancient books
29. Is Ayurveda is a spiritual science ?
30. The eight questions - to determine a scholar in Ayurveda
31. What you need to remember when you receive Ayurvedic treatments
32. Current scenario and scope of ayurveda
33. Ayurveda is eternal
34. Ayurveda is natural
35. Concerns of modern students of äyurveda
36. Conclusion - the path ahead$497.00