An Interview with Ayurvedic Doctor by Elena Mariakhina

The image is borrowed from https://www.sbmayurcare.com/index.php?p=news_detail&nid=3

The image is borrowed from https://www.sbmayurcare.com/index.php?p=news_detail&nid=3

My wife has interviewed our well-known local Ayurvedic doctor and written the article.

That interview has been published in british on-line blog Watkinsbooks.Com, the owners of «Mind Body Spirit» magazine. The topic is about Ayurvedic perspective onto human life and health.

I guess that is very beautiful and simple overview on what the Ayurveda is for modern humanity. Please read and share with those who wish to learn some starting ideas of Ayurveda.

An interview with Dr Jayarajan Kodikannath, the Director of Kerala Ayurveda Academy (USA) responsible for all academic programs conducted internationally by Kerala Ayurveda with a focus on bringing quality education on authentic Ayurveda across the globe; the Board Director of National Ayurvedic Medical Assosiation.

The link to the article is  here http://www.watkinsbooks.com/review/ayurveda-interview-with-dr-jayarajan-kodikannath

Please do the favor to the authors and leave your comments following by the post.

“What is the great mystery in this world?”

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yudhisthira

Yaksha asked to Yudhisthira – Who is truly happy?”
Yudhisthira replied – One who cooks his own food (is not dependant on anyone), is not a debtor (does not spend more than he can afford) and does not have to leave home in order to earn his livelihood (does not over-endeavor for material things) is truly happy.”

Yaksha asked to Yudhisthira – “What is the great mystery in this world?“.
Yudhisthira replied – “Although many people are dying everyday, most of us don’t realise or think about our death. Isn’t the hope that we’ll be living forever, the greatest mystery of all?”