Introduction to Panchakarma
Innately we all want to live Lives of Consequence
According to research, financial security, a sense of purpose in life, and good personal relationships make up the “golden triangle” of happiness.
The toxic effects of negative life experiences, emotions, interpersonal interactions, thoughts and addictions are known as a form of ama. Ayurveda describes in intricate detail the development and effect of mental and emotional ama and their impact on the mind, behaviour, choices and eventual disease.
In medicine, things like sadness, listlessness, lack of motivation, despair and discouragement are not really taken as disease, but they do affect one’s blood and brain chemistry and distract from living a purposeful life. They affect physical, mental emotional health, physical appearance and our relationships.
According to the ancient health system of Ayurveda, panchakarma (PK) treatments are the most effective way of ridding your body of harmful toxins and rejuvenating it down to the deepest cellular level, reconnecting the individual to their true nature that is often obscured by stress and toxic accumulation. The rebalancing that occurs in the nervous system is most noticeable, and the deep sense of feeling centred is often dramatic.
If you are interested to know more about Panchakarma, participate in our session. Click here to register yourself
Ayurveda Awareness Centre delivers the services which allow the individual to better manage their life, living in a state of being consciously aware, at ease with the world and all within it and able to make good decisions to better their life and community.
This interactive session is an introduction to Panchakarma if you know nothing much about it but would like to know about. Session is open for everyone to come and attend, meet us and ask your specific queries. There is no fee but you need to register beforehand. In lieu of the free session, you are expected make a contribution of at least $20 or more – for our chosen charity.
We will be running 4 weeks of change of season Panchakarma starting from Monday 27thMarch. You will have an opportunity to pick a week and register for your panchakarma (PK) treatments. So bring your diary with you if you wish.
“I feel I have been smoothed so that negativity doesn’t stick so easily anymore.” – Feedback from a happy client
Ayurveda has been effectively used in treating a range of disorders, including:
- Digestive problems – including chronic gastritis, IBS, constipation
- Mental Health Issues
- High cholesterol levels
- Lower Back Syndromes / Sciatica
- Women’s Health
- The principles of Ayurveda are applicable to any human community, anywhere in the world as they are based on the functioning of nature’s laws in the human body-mind complex.
- Ayurveda has a preventive as well as a therapeutic approach to the management of health and disease.
- It has Rich Traditions and Practices for Mind-Body WellnessWHO [the World Health Organisation] recognises Ayurveda as a most ancient and holistic system of health care with texts said to be about 6000 years old. Ayurveda is said to be in existence in oral form for about 40,000 years.
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