Monday, October 19, 2009

Ayurvedic Prakruti

After a long gap i am back with my part of knowledge sharing...... I would like to describe and share about the Prakriti from Ayurveda point of view and the Tridosha that are formed from the same.

According to the great vedic science of Ayurveda, a human body is one of the three times or a mixture of the three. The three divisions that are made are : 1. VATA 2. PITTA 3. KAPHA

All the problems that happens to the physical body are due to the excess of any one of the above or due to the imbalance of the prakruti..... these are termed as DOSHA and as there are three main divisions so it is explained under the heading of TRIDOSHA (three dosha)

I have tried to explain in short about the prakriti which is as below:

1. "Vata" is the combination of "space and air". This dosha is responsible for movement of fluid and air within the body including blood circulation and breathing. An exaggerated Vata causes insomnia and constipation etc. People who have a lot of vata in their constitution may have a lighter frame, be tall and thin and may have dark brown or gray eyes. An individual with a balanced vata may be described as creative, enthusiastic and lively.

2. "Pitta" is the "fire" of the body. It's responsible for the body's heat and metabolism. Too much Pitta in the body leads to a fiery disposition. It can also cause anger, ulcers, temperature, indigestion, acidity and balding etc. People who have a lot of pitta may have average build and light-colored eyes. They have a warm personality, and the qualities of intelligence and determination.

3. "Kapha dosha" is the "body's cement". A combination of "water and earth" elements, the Kapha is supposedly responsible for holding the body together. Too much of it can cause weight gain as well as allergies, bone related issues and congestion etc. People represents calmness, sweetness and loyalty.

Friday, August 14, 2009


Moving across the path of life if you have time to peep around and see that people are getting more and more involved into the spiritual path, but do we need to forget what is there with us and search for something that is yet to be discovered?

Moving with the pace of life today i got an opportunity to visit an OLD AGE home and my heart was in tears to see the souls from various aspects of caste and culture clubbed together under the same roof, thrown away as rotten carcass. The eyes can been seen fixed on the door for a glimpse of their beloved one, whom they can love, talk and smile with. It seems as years have passed which have just left tears in eyes and sadness hidden deep within the time wrinkles of the face. Today what they wait is just the DEATH as they have discovered the truth "NO ONE IS GOING TO COME"

The scene made me think that, would we be able to discover the hidden truth of spirituality and get anywhere near to GOD if we are far away from HUMANITY? Many a time i have overheard souls speaking that they are happiest person on this globe as they have everything in material as well as they are well placed with our guru on the spiritual track.
I would request everyone out there to look within self and also within their dwellings, are you connected with the GOD who is there with you?

Here GOD means your parents, as they are the creator of YOU on this earthy plane for this incarnation. We make them cry out for small things and their needs at this age and we say we are WELL PLACED in the society.

It was they because of whom you are there today shouting out loudly to the world that you are the happiest person, just walk back in time and see what would have happened if they would have decided to not bring you to this world or throw you out on the streets after your birth, you would have been hunting for your identity till date if that would have been the case.

There could be a EPIC that could be written on this topic but what i want to say in small and sweet is that, till we do not consider our personal creator as GOD we would never come near and would never discover the HIGHER GOD.

Please look back as it is never late to rediscover this FORGOTTEN LIFE ESSENCE.

Friday, July 31, 2009

Energy Chakra

Today i would like to take you all with me in the internal path of human design system. If we look around us we find that what every that is moving has some system that makes it move, see the wheels of the automobile or high escalators- they all move as they are fitted with some mechanically designed bearings(wheels) which actually are responsible for the smooth movement of everything.
So have we every sat and though as what is it that is there within us that makes us move so smoothly around.... comparing us with the mechanical structures does it means we also have some bearings that make the movement happen?
The answer to the same is YES, the bearings that are there in the physical us is called as CHAKRA, though it is not implanted within the physical body.

CHAKRA is a word that is derived from the sanskrit word - CHAKRAM which means a moving wheel or disc. In english these are called as the spinning vortex. According to the traditional Indian medicine system these chakra exist in the etheric double of a man and these are considered as the focal point for the reception and transmission of the energies. It is said by the old textures and even by the new spiritual gurus that these chakras interact with the ductless endocrine glands and the lymphatic system of the body.

They are seven major chakras but some textures talk about ten/eleven major chakras also. There are many minor chakras present which helps in other movements of the body such as the palms of hands, body joints and the eyes and ears etc.

I would like to discuss the major seven chakra here leaving the other chakras for future.

1. The Root chakra (Muldhara) : at sacrum/coccyx

2. The second chakra (Svadhisthana): between the NAVEL and the pubic bone

3. The third or solar plexus chakra (Manipura) : between sternum and navel

4. The hearth chakra (Anahata) : middle of sternum

5. The throat chakra (Vissudha) : Throat area

6. The third eye (Ajna) : between eyebrows

7. The crown chakra (Sahasara) : at top of head

These are the seven main chakra and the position on the etheric double of a man.

According to the ancient scriptures there are BEEJ (seed) mantra that are associated with every chakra.

1. The Root chakra (Muldhara) : LAM

2. The second chakra (Svadhisthana) : VAM

3. The third or solar plexus chakra (Manipura): RAM

4. The hearth chakra (Anahata) : YAM

5. The throat chakra (Vissudha): HAM

6. The third eye (Ajna) : OM

7. The crown chakra (Sahasara) : (Silence-Peace )

This is a vital essence of life that is forgotten in the pace of life and if this system is followed and understood it would not be difficult to keep away the disease and stress from life.

Monday, July 27, 2009

Suffer in Silence

The first lesson that we are made to learn on the path of oneness with divine is "Suffer in Silence". The great saints and the masters have always practiced and preached this lesson......
Do we have any idea as what does these 3 beautiful words making a sentence means ACTUALLY.

If we say that a person has a deadly disease and he does not say that to anyone and dies.... that is he is actually suffering the burn of the disease in silence.... does this means that this is the lesson of spirituality and the other person who rings ups the world that he is infected and is about to die due to a particular disease is not the person on the path of spirituality? (A BIG QUESTION)

Now coming to a point where i would like to discuss as what this could be, i would like to share something on what could be the actual meaning of the word SUFFER or SUFFERING. Is this a event that is created by GOD, the PARABRAHMA, the creator of all, the father to everything then can we digest the opinion that a creator, a father can produce an event called SUFFERING for his child? (ANOTHER QUESTION MARK)

In a house where i am a spectator a child is slapped by his mother, what would pass across my mind at that very moment is.... "The child is suffering...." this came to me without i knowing the reason why the event happened, thus i created suffering for the child. The actual reason behind the slap was the child did not do well in the exams. The reason came bit late to me but i did the destruction and created the event of SUFFER.
Thus it is not GOD who created this event, but it is I (we) who created this unknowingly....

The child who was slapped did not revolted and kept a silence..... as he knew it was his mistake and he need to learn something that he has missed out the last time, or learn something new..... does this not match with the topic of discussion..... (SUFFER IN SILENCE)

If the child would have been of the adamant type would he have kept his silence, though he cannot slap back his mother but his revolt would have come in other form where in he might give up study and would be happy to be re slapped in his next exam.....

The actual MASTERS say..... when you get suffering in the path of LIFE it has a simple meaning..... We are yet to learn something that we are missing out.......

If the Child would have studies his subjects properly he would have cleared the exam and there would have been no suffering in form of a slap from his mother.

This does not mean that GOD slaps us when ever we do not learn the subject properly, he would try to show us what we need to learn in some other form...
- A child has a bitter relation with his father/mother which is causing a state of suffering in his/her life (child need to learn who parents are)
- A couple do not gel up perfectly with each other (they need to learn sharing and oneness)
- A student fails in the exam (he need to learn the subject properly)
The list goes on and on.

Thus it is not that a person should keep quite if he has a disease and suffer in silence but the actual meaning to it is to learn as in what made the disease effect him and left him in the state of DIS-EASE.