Secrets of the Pulse: The Ancient Art of Ayurvedic Pulse by Vasant Dattatray Lad

By Vasant Dattatray Lad

"A source on studying ayurvedic pulse prognosis, together with the seven degrees of the heartbeat and its interpretations of ailment and well-being. deals unique options for studying to judge the radial pulse whereas explaining the ayurvedic figuring out of the body's structures, its issues and the way to right them"--Provided via publisher.

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When we say that the sun comes to the mid-sky, it is noon. We also say that the sun sets at 6:00 pm . But again, this is not fixed timing. Time is movement and time is gradual. For the convenience of understanding, we will say that at 6 : 0 0 a m the sun rises, and therefore from 6 : 0 0 to 8 : 0 0 is lung time, the two hours following the rising of the sun. That is why a patient o f bronchiectesis or mucous problems gets more pulmonary congestion at this time of day and why this is a good time to do prânâyâma.

The organ pulse may become feeble with­ out indicating any doshic spike. This shows weakness in that organ as a khavaigunya, defective space, where the dosha has not yet reached to create a pathological condition. The agni of that organ is low. If this condition is not treated, later any aggravated dosha may lodge in that organ to create pathological changes, at which point the doshic spike devel­ ops. There is one Truth, but it can be expressed in different ways with different views, because our perceptions are dif­ ferent.

Within the brain space, one can see a fountain of light moving along the spine. This river of light moves upward and passes through the marble of light, merging into the third ventricle, where one can see the blue pearl. This is not a romantic, poetic concept. It is the ultimate reality within you, the pur­ pose o f human birth and life, which is to become enlight­ ened. The fourth ventricle is shaped like a diamond. At the bottom is the central canal of the spinal cord and at the top is rishi kesha.

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