Ayurveda is a science of self-understanding. By understanding our own unique nature or constitution through knowledge learned from Ayurveda we can begin to understand how we interact with our environment and thus make choices that will lead us towards better health.
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Ayurveda believes that an individual’s constitution (prakruti) is recorded at the time of conception as a genetic code that can be expressed physically and mentally as disease proneness and emotional response. This constitution is determined by three ‘doshas’, or psycho-physiological functional principles in Ayurveda; Vata, Pitta and Kapha. According to Ayurveda, we each have constitutions that include all three doshas, but the proportions and dominance of doshas varies from person to person.
Ayurveda defines disease as the natural end result of living out of harmony with our original constitution. Therefore, the Ayurveda approach is highly individualised since the path to optimal health is different for each person depending upon their unique constitution of dosha balance:
If we are predominantly Vata dosha, we tend to be thin, light and quick in our thoughts and actions. Change is a constant part of our lives. When Vata dosha is balanced we are creative, enthusiastic and lively. But if the Vata dosha becomes excessive, we may develop anxiety, insomnia or irregular digestion.
If Pitta dosha is most lively in our nature, we tend to be muscular, smart and determined. If balanced, we are warm, intelligent and a good leader. If out of balance, the Pitta dosha can make us critical, irritable and aggressive.
If we have mostly Kapha dosha in our nature, we tend to have a heavier frame, think and move more leisurely, and are stable. When balanced, it creates calmness, sweetness and loyalty. When excessive, Kapha dosha can cause weight gain, congestion and resistance to healthy change.
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Ayurveda states that nothing exists in isolation, so everything you interact with on a daily basis; your diet, family, work or relationships, has an effect on your health and wellbeing.