“AYUSKAMA” is a Sanskrit term that denotes “Wishing for Long & Healthy Life”.
AYUSKAMA is a unique platform, Here Consumer can search for CAM
Practitioners/Healers, view their profiles along with a list of available time
slots and can book, reschedule and cancel the appointments.
Consumers will have more information about quality, service process, reputation,
and access costs, and will make a choice based on these parameters in addition
VISION OF AYUSKAMA
To revitalize and strengthen the Complementary and Alternative medicine (CAM)
systems, making them as prominent medical streams in addressing the health care
of the society.
AYUSKAMA believes in Healing our Four Bodies (Spiritual,Mental, Emotional &
Physical). Let’s understand
Health is much more than just the absence of disease. Exercise and healthy
eating are typically what come to mind when most people think about physical
health. However, your exercise of choice isn’t the only thing to consider when
striving for good physical health. We all know people who have clean eating
habits and are physically fit, but who carry excessive mental and emotional
stress, which can affect their health. While it may not be immediately
recognizable, chronic stress takes a tremendous toll on the physical body.
Stress occurs when our spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical needs are not
being met. Stress triggers the fight-flight response, which is a survival
mechanism that is hard-wired into our DNA. It is how our physiology prepares to
respond to potentially life-threatening events. When this response is triggered
repeatedly it creates wear and tear on the physical body.
Our “Bodies” are actually made up of four distinct parts—spiritual, mental,
True health comes when we are able to create harmony between each of the four
bodies.Most ancient cultures pointed to a connection between body, mind, and
spirit and recognized that each composed a part of the whole. Now, integrative
medicine and health psychology are beginning to recognize that health is
influenced not only by the physical body but the spiritual, mental, and
emotional bodies, too. Your health is dependent on all four facets, as opposed
to just one of the four. Building onto this concept, your overall health is also
influenced by a trickle-down effect: The physical body is affected by our
emotions, our thoughts direct how we feel, and our energy level sways our mind
and our thoughts.
The key to holistic healing is to consider a person as a whole - body, mind,
emotions and spirit. Our wellbeing, our general health depends not only on the
physical, which is only one part of it, but also on our mental, emotional and
The spiritual body is your connection to energy. For some, this may be more
closely tied to religion than spirituality. For others, it could have more to do
with the atoms in the body or the quantum energy that science refers to.
Whichever way you choose to view the source of your energy is perfect....
Our spiritual body contains energy that it transmits to our mental body. When we
are in touch with our spirituality, when our spiritual self is balanced, we tend
to be calm, not to give into our fears, we feel the presence of love everywhere
and trust in our higher power. We can manifest everything we need in life
The spiritual self is never really hurt or wounded, it is not out of balance,
rather it is us that are out of alignment with it, and by being disconnected to
our spirituality, we often create mental blocks (that keep the energy from
flowing from the spirit to the mind).
Quality of someone under-balanced toward spiritual:
Disconnected from the understanding that we are all one and feeling or thinking
that we can do things on our own or alone. That we are not co-creating our
existence, that we are victims of fate or the health care system and most often
(or entirely) dismissive of listening to the gut. This person generally
separates from being an active or conscious member of community or society, and
feels deserving and expectant of others’ energy or time. They also feel left
out, or like they have not been seen or heard. There’s also a tendency to put a
high emphasis on how things look or how they appear instead of focusing on
transparency and honest heart communication. There’s also a heavy focus and
over-reliance on doing, controlling, and the grasping of an exterior reference
Quality of someone over-balanced toward spiritual:
Head in the clouds, not turning ideas into reality, a lack of unity between
action and behavior, a lack of connection to interpersonal responsibilities
(relationships, physical health and wealth, respecting other people’s bodies,
paying bills, debts). There is generally a feeling of entitlement and being
Here's what we can do to reconnect to our essence, to the power of the Universe.
Our mental self is formed of thoughts as well as beliefs, desires, values, goals
and opinions. It is how we process information, how we learn and focus. This
mental body is formed of two parts: our ego-based mind and our divine mind.
The egoic mind is meant to be a tool that we can use in our favor to create our
own beautiful reality (setting intentions, goals, planning...). We are meant to
turn it on only when we need it and then back off to live from a place of
the divine mind. However, this concept has been lost and we now mostly operate
from our ego-based mind, which is always on and has become an incessant chatter,
exhausting and loud.
When our mental self is clear and stable, when we are at peace in a state of
Being, and in alignment with our divine mind, the mental body can receive the
energy from the spiritual body and use it to the fullest, before it creates any
form of thought.
However, when we only operate from our egoic mind, letting our thoughts rule our
lives, over planning, over thinking, staying stuck in past memories or in our
own opinions, then we are creating mental blocks.
Quality of someone under-balanced toward mental: Confusion, brain fog, ideas lost
quickly, lethargy, lack of purpose, doubt, a lack of work ethic, feelings of low
esteem and low worth.
Qualities of someone over-balanced toward mental: Ego-centric, excessively
driven, sociopathic and having little or no empathy especially when it comes to
work or success. In a less extreme way, it’s doing too much or frequently being
Your emotional body is composed of all your past, present, and future emotional
experiences. It is the aspect of us that houses emotions such as anger, sadness,
fear, hurt, guilt, resentment, jealousy, and shame. Whenever we have an
it generates feelings that are associated with past similar experiences, and we
develop a label to identify the emotion
Emotions and memories are categorized and stored, and they influence how we
respond to experiences in the moment.
As energy flows down from the mental body into the emotional body, it can bump
into stored baggage from the past and create some turbulence. Stored baggage can
come from past fears, which can project into the future and cause anxiety. Or,
it can come from experiencing a lot of anger or resentment toward someone, which
can cause anger or resentment later in life.When the same thing happens with a
different person, you may even develop a belief that all people are this way.
When there is excess baggage, thoughts from the mental body will generate
emotional stress that trickle down and affect the physical body. A person with
overwhelming stress will, at some point, experience physical symptoms because of
the mind-body connection. Negative emotions can harm the body and happiness is
linked to overall physical well-being.
This is why it is imperative to develop emotional intelligence and to adopt
practices to have a more positive outlook on life, both mentally and
emotionally. When our thoughts are more optimistic, our emotional states will be
more positive, and when our emotional states are balanced, we are then free to
enter a state of joy and love our physical bodies will be healthier.
Quality of someone under-balanced toward emotional: A general lack of emotional
intelligence, trust, and very little intuition or ability to read and understand
people. There’s also a lot of fear and neuroses, as well as concern for the self
and less empathy for the experience of others. This can manifest physically as
holding water in the limbs, joints, and face (especially from hormone
imbalance), dehydration or bloating, inflexibility, and joint stiffness. Lack of
sleep from emotional stress presents similar symptoms. Mentally, it manifests as
self-doubt, projection, and thinking others have a better life, which again,
causes us to lose sleep and increases the physical symptoms of imbalance.
Ultimately, it means that we are not using the mental or physical body, either
by talking ourselves down to a point of being rational, or using the lungs and
breath to calm the heartbeat.
Qualities of someone over-balanced toward emotional: Oversaturated, passive then
quickly aggressive, obsessive, irrational, extremely irritated, depressed,
overly anxious, often with feelings of drowning or hopeless conclusion of
relationships or situations. This can manifest as weight gain (even while
dieting) and too much water in the aura and system, where the body is behaving
like a sponge. Alternatively, if someone over-fires their nervous system, one
can dry out the emotional body, which also manifests as being under-weight,
dehydrated, or desiccated. Hormones are key to our health. The heart might feel
heavy. The throat may feel closed, which also adversely affects hormones.
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Your physical body is the reflection and total sum of all aspects of who you are.
It represents our physical experience in this lifetime and it is through it that
our spirituality, emotions and thoughts flow. Therefore, the physical body, is a
good indicator of how things are
going in all areas of our life and at each level of ourselves (spiritual -
mental - emotional).
If we listen to our body, it will tell us if something is right or wrong. Our
physical body is not only affected either in a positive or in a negative way by
what directly goes into it (food, exercise…) but also by our thoughts and our
A balanced physical body is open, flexible, full of vitality, has all the
vitamins and minerals it needs, functions well, is free of pain, is not acidic
and is free of toxicity.
Quality of someone under-balanced toward physical: The body ages more rapidly,
breaks down more easily, and loses elasticity. Organ function is disrupted,
there are issues with absorption and elimination, and there’s a feeling of
tightness, heaviness, and stress on our skeletal frame.
Qualities of someone over-balanced toward physical: There’s too much focus on
physical strength, beauty, and anti-aging. There’s a tendency to bypass elements
of nature (whole food, water, air quality, yin time, quiet, physical touch,
balanced movement) for the sake of the fast and immediate.
World is facing challenges like increasing side-effects of mainstream medicines,
escalating costs of conventional health care. Complementary and Alternative
medicine (CAM) is a phenomenon of growing importance to the worlds of medicine.
Today, the term ‘INTEGRATIVE’ is fighting to take the place of CAM as the best
definition for medical pluralism in which the consumer has access to a range of
complementary treatments that treat the ‘whole’ person, rather than focusing
purely on manifest symptoms. The objective of which is to stimulate the body’s
own natural healing mechanisms. Most CAM therapies seek to strengthen the body
or spirit or change patterns of living and diet so that the consumer’s health
problem disappears or is ameliorated and they become more resistant to illness.
This increases numbers of people in the world who are visiting CAM
AYUSH is a system of Complementary and Alternative medicine (CAM) in
India. CAM comprises a wide range of healing approaches. AYUSH is an Acranomyal
term that is composed of Ayurveda, Yoga, Naturopathy, Unanai, Siddha, Sowa-
Rigpa and Homeopathy.
रोगमादौ परीक्षेत ततोनन्तरं औषधम् । ततः कर्म भिषक पश्चात ज्ञानपूर्वं समाचरेत ॥
यस्तुरोगं अविज्ञाय कर्मान्यरभते भिषक। अपि औषधविधानज्ञः तस्य सिद्धि यद्रच्छया ॥
यस्तु रोगविशेषज्ञः सर्वभैषज्यकोविदः। देशकालप्रमाणज्ञः तस्य सिद्धिरसंशयम् ॥
(चरकसंहिता, सूत्रस्थान, २०/२०,२१,२२)It literally means medical examination is
very important. As far as the examination is concerned, the examination is for
both the patient and also for the disease. Successful treatment can be done only
after thorough examination of both the patients and disease.
MISSION OF AYUSKAMA
To provide a superior platform in the world of Wellness & Healing that: CONSUMERS
recommend to family and friends, CAM Practitioners/Healers prefer for their
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