NaturOville philosophy dwells on the ancient, traditional Vedic theories passed on to generations using oral traditions. The Vedic theory revolves around the concept that the mind and body are one, and that physical health can't be achieved without harmonious well-being of emotional, mental and spiritual aspects.
Based on one's prakruti (psycho-physiological constitution), every body's needs and properties are different. According to Ayurveda, every time there is an event in the mind there is a corresponding event in the body as well. Prakruti usually is the combination of state of one's body and mind and comprises of different components such as Dhatu, Dosha, Manas, Buddhi, Indriya and Atma.
This, in turn, is identified on the basis of three predominant doshas (elements) which are Vatta, Pitta and Kapha. The Tridoshas hold very important place in deciding how your body reacts to external as well as internal factors.
The Tridoshas regulate various functions in the mind and body system. However, they are primarily responsible for three main roles. These are:
- Vata dosha - Controls the movements
- Pitta dosha - Controls the metabolism
- Kapha dosha - Controls the structure and fluid balance
It is important to know your correct Dosha and it's crucial that your diet, exercise and daily routine are governed by your Dosha in order to lead a healthy life.
Meditation & Mantras for Well-Being
Meditation, truly described as thoughtlessness awareness, is a proven and widely popular technique offered by Vedic wisdom for mental and spiritual well-being. Principally, it works along the theory of 'As you think, so shall you be'.
Meditation refers to a train of different brain exercises that helps to self-regulate one's mind. Scientific research reveals that, when you meditate, your breathing slows, blood pressure decreases, and stress hormone levels fall. Meditation brings a calming effect on one's mental state of mind and relieves our mind of negative emotions such as anger, hatred, etc.
Meditation is often combined with chanting of Mantras for more impact. Mantras are usually a string of words repeated in succession to achieve a 'mind liberating' state. They help draw our attention inwards, calm our mind, and bring the meaning of the mantra into our lives.
In today's hectic routine and demanding lifestyle, the need to attain peaceful wellbeing that comes with meditation and mantras is becoming all the more important. A large number of people are turning towards meditation and natural sciences as a solution for anxiety, stress, insomnia and chronic health disorders.