A thought can transform your life, now it’s on you whether you give fuel to a positive thought or a negative one. Why not become the ruler of your own life. Buddha shared his wisdom with the world that to find happiness one has to rewire their thoughts by emptying the negativities from within by consistent efforts. This is a metamorphosing exercise to reach your personal health goals of having a balance between your mental, physical, and spiritual self.
Ayurveda and Yoga play an efficient role in making your life a smooth ride, rather a bumpy one. If you are compromising your health to such an extent that you constantly have to visit doctors and hospitals, then are you even living your life, or are you just surviving? I will let you answer that. Just a simple thought of ‘enough is enough’, ‘it’s gone time’ can make your life better.
Now, let’s move beyond the inspiration to the solution. So, an Ayurvedic thought sums up the food you eat, the body-care you do, and the lifestyle you follow. Following a healthy routine is something you should start as early as possible (with cheat days of course) to avoid any health complications. What can you do?
Step 1: Follow a diet plan
An Ayurvedic diet detoxifies the body and helps you get rid of all the toxins. Following a proper diet plan in the yogic world includes vegetarian meals. Yes, you must avoid meat if you are looking forward to acquiring the benefits of the Ayurvedic diet. This activity will make you more receptive to positive vibrations and holistic communication with the universe. A clean and simple diet that is organic or sattvic in nature cleanses you from within and connects you with the natural forces. The basic Ayurvedic foods are nutritious and purifying in their properties. For example, lemon, milk, green vegetables, fruits (preferably seasonal), herbs and spices like black pepper, turmeric, ginger, etc.
Step 2: Choose Yoga
Yoga means the union of the self; mind, body, and soul. By choosing Yoga, you say yes to the natural changes, affirmations, and above all transformation. Yoga comprises of Meditation sessions, Pranayama activities, Hatha and Ashtanga Yoga and many other exercises. Sage Patanjali has showered his spiritual knowledge all over the world so that people become aware of how to live peacefully despite the situations which may follow. An Ayurvedic thought is a mere shift towards the health consciousness whether spiritual, mental, or physical.
Step 3: Meditate in nature
Meditation is the strongest tool that can change your life by exposing the inner-world. As little as it may sound, but yogis swear by the term of Meditation? Sitting in isolation can open doors to a whole new universe. It not only heals the person of any emotional damages that have been caused in the past, but it also reveals you the secrets to uplift yourself, to reenergize, and elevate your potential. Meditation is itself an Ayurvedic thought that awards solutions, focus, concentration, and hence a new life. If you breathe in the fresh perspectives and breathe out the stubborn societal thoughts, then you make more space for you to blossom.
Step 4: Focus on Doshas
In the Ayurvedic world, you may know the significance of the three doshas; Pitta, Vata, and Kapha. Let’s make this clear; that your behavior depends on your doshas or in other words; what you eat directly impacts the intensity of your emotions. The doshas are a set of biological energies that can be found in a human body and mind. The three doshas are extracted from the 5 elements of nature. Here, Vata is composed of Air and Space, Pitta of Fire and Water, and lastly Kapha of the Water and Earth.
Step 5: Be consistent
Changing your life isn’t an overnight result; it is rather the patience which makes you victorious. So, be consistent on your journey of self-discovery because unless you find yourself, you would never to able to sort yourself. The first thing you can do is, enter the spiritual world which is a process of illuminating yourself. Determine your objectives of reframing your life just the way you want by altering your existence completely with the use of Yoga and Ayurveda.