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  • Slide 1 - – HUMAN DIMENSIONS –   SCIENCE OF LIFE - AYURVEDA     by  Dr. Anand Shrivastava Maharishi Ayurveda Products Ltd   UNEP– LEADERSHIP PROGRAMME 2005
  • Slide 2 - To address the various health threatening issues raised in the earlier session, we now will discuss the relevance of the time-tested holistic ancient technologies which have been revalidated through rigorous scientific tests & trials in the recent past.
  • Slide 3 - Ayurveda
  • Slide 4 - Ayurveda – It’s meaning Ayurveda is the combination of 2 words Ayur - Veda Ayur meaning The Whole Lifespan Veda meaning Total Knowledge The science of Ayurveda, therefore, encompasses treatment of the total knowledge of the whole Lifespan.
  • Slide 5 - Ayurveda – It’s Purpose Preserving the health of healthy and eliminating suffering of the sick
  • Slide 6 - Health according to Ayurveda
  • Slide 7 - Balance in Doshas, Balance in Agnis, Balance in Dhatus, Proper elimination, Blissful Senses, Mind and Bliss at the deepest level of Soul is Health.
  • Slide 8 - 3 fundamental principles governing body functions The Human Body & Health System simplified into three fundamental principles: Vata - governs all the movements Pitta - governs digestion, metabolism & energy production Kapha- governs physical structure & fluid balance. DOSHAS
  • Slide 9 - 3 fundamental principles governing bodily functions These 3- principles(Vata, Pitta, Kapha) govern all the activities of mind & body. When V,P,K, are in balance, health is optimal. When the balance is disturbed, health problems surface.
  • Slide 10 - 3 fundamental principles governing body functions
  • Slide 11 - Five Elements & the Three Doshas
  • Slide 12 - . Fire is one of Nature’s 5 basic elements. . Fire (heat), in our body, takes the form of the digestive Juices, known as Agni.. Ayurvedic treatment is mostly about sustaining and balancing digestive fire (Agni).. Agni, having the qualities of heat and transformation, is responsible for cooking and digesting the food. Agnis (the Digestive Fires)
  • Slide 13 - THE 13 AGNIS JATHAR AGNI (made up of 5 Bhootagnis). 5- BHOOT AGNIS (Earth, Water, Fire, Air, Space). 7- DHATU AGNIS ( Plasma, Blood, Muscle tissue, Fat tissue, Bone tissue, Bone marrow & tissue of the nervous system, reproductive tissue.
  • Slide 14 - JATHARAGNI formed by all 5-elements, cooks (transforms) food into 2 substances PRASAD Nutritive matter With some waste matter KITT Basically waste matter With some nutritive matter Undergoes further digestion, transformation & metabolism Undergoes further digestion, transformation & metabolism FOOD INTAKE AGNIS IN DIGESTIVE PROCESS
  • Slide 15 - AGNIS IN DIGESTIVE PROCESS Prasad Dhatuagnis Dhatus (7-Body Tissue) Malas (Waste)
  • Slide 16 - Dhatus (Body Tissues) Three Doshas express themselves through Dhatus. Doshas govern Dhatus which in turn makeup body organs Balanced Dhatus mean normal development of body Structure Imbalance in any one of Dhatus leads to abnormalities in Body structure and its development
  • Slide 17 - The Seven Dhatus (Body Tissues) Rasa - Plasma, the first product of digestion and metabolism. Rakta - Blood, including haemoglobin Mamsa - muscle tissue Meda - fat tissue Asthi - bone tissue Majja - bone marrow, tissue of the nervous system Shukra - reproductive tissues
  • Slide 18 - Malas (Waste Products) Post digestion, human body eliminates waste Products mainly in the form of foeces and Urine. However in the process of forming of Dhatus, waste products, called Dhatu Malas are also produced. All the Malas need to be eliminated for good health. If Malas are not eliminated properly, toxins start Accumulating resulting into disease onset.
  • Slide 19 - The Seven Tissues (Dhatus) and Their Normal Waste Products (Malas) Dhatu Mala Rasa (plasma) Phlegm (Kapha) Rakta (blood) Bile (Pitta) Mamsa (muscle) Excreta from the outer openings (Ears, Eyes, Mouth, Nose, Roots of Hair) Meda (fat) Sweat Asthi (bones) Head and Body Hair, Finger and Toe-nails Majja (bone marrow, nervous system) Oily substances in the eyes, Skin, and Foeces Shukra(reproductive) No waste product
  • Slide 20 - THANKS

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