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Naturopathy is a system of health care that promotes the body’s own self-healing mechanism. it uses natural therapies such as hydrotherapy, manipulative therapy, fasting nutrition and dietetics, acupuncture, etc. following naturopathic principles. 10 basic principles of naturopathy areas –

  • The body heals itself.
  • The main cause of the disease is reservation.
  • The accumulation of morbid matters causes the disease.
  • The acute disease in itself is the remedial process.
  • Germs don’t cause the disease but found in diseased conditions.
  • Food is the building material but does not increase the vitality.
  • Fasting doesn’t cure the disease but creates the environment to heal.
  • Exercise or physical activities keep the balance between nutrition and drainage.
  • External treatments, give only relief, they do not cure the disease.
  • The patient’s own wish to get well, determination, and faith in natural healing power play an important role in the healing process.


The human body is composed of panchmahabhootas [five elements]- earth, water, fire, air, and space. Each of the five elements represents a state of matter in nature. Earth forms solid structures such as teeth, nail, bone, muscle, skin, tissue, and hair which give strength to the body. Water forms saliva, urine, semen, blood, and sweat. Fire forms hunger, thirst, sleep, vision. Air is responsible for all movement’s expansion, contraction, vibration and suppression. Space is the most subtle of all elements and is present in the hollow cavities of the body in the form of radiofrequency, light radiations.

Imbalance of panchmahabhootas:

  • Imbalance in the water element is visible as excess mucus, cold, sinusitis, blood thinning, or blood clotting.
  • Imbalance of earth element shows a weakness in the body, obesity, weight loss or gain, muscular diseases.
  • Imbalance of fire element manifest itself as fever, inflammation excessive sweating, and hyper-acidity slow digestion and absorption of the nutrients, toxins in the body.
  • Imbalance of air element leads to skin dryness, blood pressure problems, dry cough, bloating, constipation, lethargy, insomnia, muscular spasm, and depression, etc.
  • Imbalance of space element is visible as thyroid disorder, throat problems, speech disorders, epilepsy, madness, and ear disorders, etc.
“nature itself is the best physician”

Yoga is the journey of the self, through the self, and to the self. Practice yoga to transform your body and mind physically, mentally, and spiritually. Yoga is the way of connecting the body with the mind. PATANJALI YOG SUTRA 8 limbs of yoga / 8 fold paths of yoga / astang yoga ……………. According to this when we follow these pathways one by one then we reach their final destination ……..

  1. Yama (Principles or moral code)
    • Ahimsa – A principle of non-violence
    • Satya – A principle of Truthfulness
    • Asteya – A principle of non-stealing
    • Brahmacharya – Continence / Celibacy
    • Aparigah – A principle of non-hoarding or non-possessiveness
  2. Niyama (Personal Disciplines)
    • Shoucha – Purity
    • Santosh – Contentment
    • Tapa – Endurance
    • Swadhyaya – Self-study
    • Eshwar Pranidhan – Dedication
  3. Asana (Yoga Positions or Yogic Postures)
    A stable and comfortable posture which helps attain mental equilibrium.
  4. Pranayama (Yogic Breathing)
    Extension and control of breath.
  5. Pratyahara (Withdrawal of Senses)
    Mental preparation to increase the power of the mind.
  6. Dharana (Concentration on Object)
    The concentration of the mind on one object and its field.
  7. Dhyan (Meditation)
    Withdrawing mind from all external objects and Focusing it on one point and meditating on it.
  8. Samadhi (Salvation) State of Super bliss, joy, and merging individual consciousness into universal consciousness. The union between Jivatman and Paramatman. Union of Shiva and Shakti in Sahasrar Chakra (the top of the head). Realizing the Bramhan (pure consciousness) or the realization of God is the ultimate achievement of Human Birth.
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