Ayursatsang

Posted by on Oct 12, 2011 in Ayursatsang, Blog, Featured | 0 comments

AyurSatsang was inspired while I was sitting in Dr. Vasant Lad’s Ayurvedic Class.  I saw that in every movement he made, either teaching Ayurveda, or consulting a patient, he always blended physical balance, emotional clarity and spiritual inspiration.   Every step and approach toward healing was incorporated into the three branches of body, mind and spirit, all woven into one.  And Dr. Lad himself was the embodiment of that.   With this in mind, I wanted to express something of me, which I always wanted to convey to others.  That is, if you can address all three aspects of your being to improve yourself towards perfection, there will be much faster results.  Throughout my life, I have worked harder than the average person to eliminate bodily toxins.  However, I feel it was an important part of my journey to keep my body as clear possible for the Holy Spirit to express itself.  Keeping your temple clean, so to speak, since the body is the temple of God and I am sure God likes cleanliness.  So here, I present to the world something in that nature.  AyurSatsang.  Ayurveda is inclusive of satsang.  Ayurveda is a science of life which includes body, mind, sprit, and discovering the Truth.  As a detox Queen, which is a great art on its own, I feel Spritual Practice is all about letting go, clearing whatever is that does not serve you to be free.

“Spiritual Power is rooted in Love.  But we must also learn to separate courselves from the bondage of the mortal body, and to witness unaffectedly the earthly experiences of heat and cold, disease, war, famine, pain and suffering, by abiding in our primordial awarness.

When you are able to watch your own life’s experiences unaffectedly, you will leave this earth in death as a free master.

Earthly experiences do not create bondage in themselves; bondage is created by misdirected emotions, thoughts and energies.  Through likes and dislikes, an individual is bound to the wheel of birth, death, and earthly suffering.  So always, be vigiliant and monitor your reactions.  Gradually learn to accept all things with serenity, to both agreeable and disagreeable experiences.

By communing with the great bliss of your primordial nature in meditation, the practitioner learns, through deep inner conviction, to rise above the likes and dislikes of the heart and to relinquish the lesser pleasures of earthly experiences for an empire of spiritual Bliss.”

_ Dattatreya

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