YOGA AS A LIFE STYLE PRESCRIPTION FOR THE PRAKRTI SPECIFIC INDIVIDUALS TO PREVENT DISORDERS, LEAD HEALTHY AND HAPPY LIFE- A CONCEPTUAL STUDY.

Authors

  • Vasudeva Vaidya SVYASA university
  • DR Ramesh Mavathur SVYASA YOGA UNIVERSITY
  • DR BR Ramakrishna Basavapatna SVYASA YOGA UNIVERSITY

Keywords:

Prakruti based life style, prakruti, Yoga Life style.

Abstract

Since the inception of this world and the creation of human beings, it has been observed that every individual is different. The difference is with physical structure, physiological functions,desires, likes and dislikes, Intellectual levels, and even in quantum of happiness. Ayurveda the ancient science of life has explained this individual trait as Prakruti. Ayurveda explained the differences in the personality is because of the expressions of doshas as Vata, Pitta & Kapha, mixed like VataPitta and balanced.The Prakrt I plays an important role in the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of diseases. Ayurveda prescribes a specific lifestyle for the specific Prakruti persons to prevent the ailments. The lifestyle is inclusive of proper Food, Activities, and Thoughts.

Yoga the one more Indian system which describes art of living for Happiness also maintains health as a by-product.. Recent research publications give the authenticity that, Yoga becomes a lifestyle prescription for the psychosomatic disorders.

The concept of lifestyle is derived from Samanya and Vishesha Siddhanta. Here the concept is to involve yoga practices such as proper Ahara, Vihara & Vichara for the specific Prakruti individuals to prevent disorders and live happily throughout life.

In this conceptual study, the effort has been made to define and categorize all yoga practices (Ahara, Vihara& Vichara) for the specific Prakruti

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Published

2022-07-16

How to Cite

Vaidya, V., Mavathur, D. R. ., & Basavapatna, D. . B. R. (2022). YOGA AS A LIFE STYLE PRESCRIPTION FOR THE PRAKRTI SPECIFIC INDIVIDUALS TO PREVENT DISORDERS, LEAD HEALTHY AND HAPPY LIFE- A CONCEPTUAL STUDY. Journal of Ayurveda and Holistic Medicine (JAHM), 10(3). Retrieved from http://jahm.co.in/index.php/jahm/article/view/513