Body, Mind, & Consciousness

February 2005
New Life Journal: Carolina Edition;Feb/Mar2005, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p6
Discusses concepts of Ayurvedic healing. Connection between body, mind, and consciousness; Impact of any imbalance of the doshas (psycho-physiological principles or humors) on the physical body; Emphasis of Ayurvedic healing on diet and lifestyle that balances the doshas. INSET: Ayurvedic Therapies.


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