Ayurveda Is Not Indian, It's Universal | Dylan Smith #073


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Ayurveda is erroneously dubbed “Indian medicine” or “traditional Indian medicine.”

Ayurvedic medicine certainly has pronounced prescence throughout India and has so for the past millennia, but Ayurveda is not “Indian”. It is universal.

But why does Ayurveda seem to be so active in India?

This is true and an interesting point…

Although Ayurveda has been in the past and has the potential today to express itself fully in any country in the world, Ayurvedic wisdom and practices are well rooted and expressed throughout India.

We will explore in this podcast episode why Ayurveda lasted and continues to flourish in India, compared to other countries.

But at the true root and heart of Ayurveda are universal laws of nature that are not “owned” by any country, culture or tradition.

These are fundamental laws of nature that are divinely designed to be applied and utilised for every culture, habitat, country, season, each and every unique individual. Ayurveda is for the enormous variety of circumstances that manifest in life.
🌿 The Parts of The World in Which Ayurveda Surfaced
🌿 A Quick Overview of Ancient Ayurvedic Texts
🌿 The Caraka Samhita
🌿 Why Ayurveda Is So Strong In India

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