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Vedic Health Care System: Clinical Practice of Sushrutokta Marm Chikitsa and Siravedhan

Ram Lal Shah (Author) Binod Joshi (Author) Geeta Joshi (Author)

In traditional Yoga philosophy, the chakras are subtle force centers that vitalize and control the physical body. The Sanskrit work chakra means "wheel," indicating that these force centers are wheels of energies. Many healers today are working with the chakras-subtle force centers that vitalize and control the physical body. The book explains how various experiences in human consciousness and esoteric healing occur, in terms of the chakras and other aspects of a person's inner constitution. It reviews and intergrates the writings of several authors having a theosophical perspective. While none of these authors gives a complete and unified picture of the entire subject matter, such a picture is presented by synthesizing the individual contributions. It briefly defines certain terms and relationships regarding the inner constition of a human being; presents background material on the chakras, including their functions, locations, and relationships with endocrine glands; considers various aspects of consciousness, including meditation, self-hypnosis, spiritual development, and psychic opening; examines pranic, telepathic and readiatory healing. Also included are five appendices providing interpretations, in terms of the chakras of previously published symbolic formulas that heretofore have never been fully explained. A comprehensive set of notes which identifies the sources for the various ideas and statements is included. These notes will enable the reader to investigate any aspect of the subject matter that is of special interest. Sushrut Samhita is the epic of Shalya Chikitsa. Shalya is the study of imbalance of four humors Vat, Pitta, Kaph and kakta or disease produced by them, identification of disease or the method of curing the disease. According to Sushrut an uninterrupted circulation of the living factor Rasa'(Chinese call it Qi) is responsible for a good health and any obstacle in the circulation results in disease. The disease appears in its true form in that channel where there is an obstruction. The disease is cured if the path or speed of circulation of Rasa is revived. This Rasa is circulated in the Dhamanis. The four types of siras, responsible for the circulation of Vat, Pitta, Kaph and Rakta are almost situated at the Marmas. Stimulation of these Marmas revives the circulation of Rasa in the Dhamanis. The book is an attempt to present the Sushrut Samhita in its right per spective. It presents the correct meaning of Sira, Dhamani and Marmas so far have been misunderstood as vein, Artery and tissues to be saved during surgery. Sira and Dhamani are not vein or artery instead they are the channels for the circulation of Ras. It revives Sushrut Shalya Chikitsa which is lost to give the right direction to students and researchers of Ayurveda.

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About the authors

Ram Lal Shah

Dr. Ram Lal Shah is M.B.B.S. from K.G.M.C., Lucknow. He is the author of Sushrut and HuangTiNiChing - a comparative study. Devoted to research of Ayurveda.

Binod Joshi

Dr. Binod Kumar Joshi is Ayurvedic Practitioner. Done his M.D. in Ayurved from I.P.G.T. & R., Jamnagar (Gujrat), submitted his M.D. thesis in Drug Standardisation.

Geeta Joshi

Dr. Geeta Joshi is well versed with knowledge of Ayurvedic Material Medica, herbalist, devoted to the study and research of Ayurveda.

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Title Vedic Health Care System: Clinical Practice of Sushrutokta Marm Chikitsa and Siravedhan
Format Softcover
Date published: 31.12.2017
Edition 1st. ed.
Publisher New Age Books
Language: English
isbn 8178220415, 9788178220413
length xi+171p., Figures; Abbreviations; Glossary; Bibliography; Index; 22cm.