Ayurveda is like an ancient tree growing from a deep spiritual base, branching into a rich and compact philosophical system. Medicine is only one aspect. The word ayus meaning life and veda meaning knowledge. Ayurveda is the art of living.
For keeping good health we need the ability to smile as an innocent child. The author wrote about the kind of smile, which springs from the depths of our being, and explained that the loss of such a smile means loss of health.
Your body’s resistance lies on three pillars: your ability to breathe freely, good food, and your happiness and contentment. There is no medicine for an unhappy and restless mind. Ayurveda teaches something very profound: Be a good human being.
At some point, everyone must encounter life, what we in India call ‘ayus’. My first experience with real life came from meeting with various spiritual teachers. After many years, I found out that the best piece of wisdom I had learnt was; “Do not hurt yourself…”
A series of coincidences led me to an ayurveda doctor George Eassey. He introduced me to his friend Dr. V.A. Venugopal, whose passion met my desire to create an antidote to the physical stressors of modern life. After 3 years, Hanah One was born.
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