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Significance of Ancient Ayurveda in Soul-Body Relationship

Ayub Zickriya Khwaja.

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Ayurvedic treatment and its reverberations on the soul-body relationship have remained, at least in the Indian subcontinent, a matter of sacramental importance since ancient times. The main objective of this study is to explore the significance of ancient Ayurvedic science that holds the soul-body consonance with spiritual tenor but given secondary importance by modern science. The human being is a creation of dust and as such, it is earthly produce with a strong parental relationship with Ayurveda comprising plants, herbs, and minerals. Ayurvedic treatments and therapies can not only be used for doctoring the corporeal condition of the body but as an elixir for the human soul to elevate its spiritual status. Sacred Vedas and Qurān among other holy scriptures give significant knowledge of this relationship linking it to the knowledge imparted by the creator of the universe Brahman himself in the treatment of the human soul both physically and spiritually.

Key words: Sarira, Mala, Dosha, Dhatu, Agni.


 
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Ayub Zickriya Khwaja. "Significance of Ancient Ayurveda in Soul-Body Relationship." Annals of Ayurvedic Medicine 9 (2020), 313-319. doi:10.5455/AAM.134551



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