Vata, Pitta, Kapha -


Vata, Pitta, Kapha Movement, metabolism, structure


According to Ayurveda, there are three basic forces that pervade the entire cosmos, nature and also man: the three "dosha".

These regulate all bodily functions and determine its own type. The individual distribution of the three doshas determines the different characteristics of our personality, our preferences and habits, our weaknesses and strengths.

If you have the three doshas in balance, this means that all bodily functions can run unimpeded - according to Ayurveda, we are then perfectly healthy and comfortable in our own skin. If the dosha's are not in balance, for example because one dosha exerts an excessive influence, diseases can occur.

That is why the Ayurvedic writings explain with which simple measures we can gently restore the natural balance of a dosha. In this way the natural body's healing powers are strengthened. Traditional knowledge for complete physical health.

VATA: the principle of movement is responsible for the nervous system, breathing and all movement processes in the body. The elements ether and air are classified with the Vata dosha. A balanced Vata makes you feel energetic, happy, enthusiastic and creative; the mind is calm, clear and alive.

PITTA: the metabolic principle regulates, among other things, digestion and body temperature. In the spiritual field it represents a keen intellect and emotions. Pitta consists primarily of the element of fire.When this dosha is in balance, it provides satisfaction, energy, eloquence, good digestive strength, the right body temperature and a clear mind.

KAPHA: the structural principle gives the body firmness and stability and keeps the fluid balance.The elements earth and water are classified under it. A balanced Kapha provides strength, stamina, a good immune system, patience and psychological stability.


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