- Action of Avipathi churna a modern point of view
- Pharmaceutical Study of Sri Siddhadaradamruta Rasa
- Types of digestive tracts / nature of bowels or Kostha in Ayurveda
- Types of digestive fires or Agni in Ayurveda
- Tridosha - Vata, Pitta and kapha
- Ayurveda as perceived by a student of life sciences
- Fusion of Ayurveda with Science of Nanomaterials
- Importance of Research in Ayurveda
- If Miracles to Happen
- 'Nano' World and Ayurveda
- Thermal analysis in Ayurvedic drugs
- Understanding Ayurveda : An Experience Based Science in Terms of Evidence Based Science
- Disparity in the growth of herbal medicines in competing with their modern equivalents
- Perspective of Ayurveda
- Integration of AYUSH with Modern System of Medicine
- Mainstreaming of Ayurved in India
- Clinical Research in Ayurveda
- Some issues of Research in Ayurveda
- Uses of Mercury
- Harnessing Science and Tradition
- About Ayurveda
- AYURVEDIC PATENT MEDICINES
- Ayurvedic treatment for Dengue Fever
- CERVICAL SPONDYLOSIS AND ITS AYURVEDIC TREATMENT In Ayurveda Cervical spondylosis is discussed
- Ayurveda Treatment For All Common Fever
- AYURVEDIC TREATMENT FOR TONSILLITIS
- ManasaMitra Vatakam and its Treatment Application
Adhyatma Guna in Ayurveda Darsana
Adhyatma gunas are named so because they can be felt only by the body that has atma in it i.e. in a living body. These are known as the gunas of atma which are of following types:
All the conducts of the living beings are by the means of buddhi (intellect). It is a daily needed guna required for various conducts, reactions and behavior. This guna is of two types:
This type of buddhi develops from sanskar (activity to improve something).
The part of buddhi (intellect) other than smruti is known as anubhava (expereince). This type of buddhi that all-living beings acquire by there experiences wrong and right. It is of two types:
* Yathartha (real or truth)
* Ayathartha (false)
It refers to the actual and not the virtual things, feelings or sense that give right knowledge and information. For example to recognize gold as gold, wood as wood.
It refers to the wrong deed, things, feelings etc that give a wrong, false information. Example if someone considers aluminum as silver. The saying that every thing that glitters is not gold, holds true for ayathartha.
2) Iksha (desire)
it refers to the wish of the any living being to achieve, get, do something that doesn't already exist with him. There are many types of desires (ishka) that living beings can have, namely:
* Kaam (lust)
* Abhilasha (desire)
* Raja (love)
* Sankalpa (vow)
* Karunya (mercy)
* Vyanga (Criticism)
The list of desires is endless.
3) Dwesha (jealous)
It refers to anything that irritates mind and body. It can also be explained as the feeling of inferiority of anyone respective of anything that remained an unfulfilled desire. It is of following types:
* Krodha (anger)
* Droha (rebel)
The efforts or prayatna refers tot he strive of someone or the activity performed by someone to gain or achieve the desired or needed thing. It is of two types:
Jeevan purvak (livelihood)
These are the efforts done for surviving i.e. to fulfill the necessities of livelihood. for example: the food we eat, water to drink, shelter etc.
Iksha Dwesha purvak (desire- jealousy)
These are the efforts made to fulfill ones' dreams and desires. When the desires are not fulfilled then jealousy arises
It refers to the pleasant happenings that are soothing for mind and body. According to dharma it is called sukha.
Sorrow refers to any happening, moment, feeling that is unpleasant, hurting to mind and body.