The ancient yogis were able to define mind and consciousness by becoming receptive to subtler vibrations in the universe & subtler realms of consciousness through which they derived the universal truth that consciousness is omnipresent.
Krishna compares the mind to a chariot, the body and senses to the horses and the atma ( self -awareness) as the charioteer. According to modern psychologists like Carl Jung – the mind has 3 states – conscious, sub-conscious and unconscious.
Every person takes pride in suffering which is the Ego & the root of all our sufferings. There are only 3 main Problems.
Many become aware of these self -sabotaging patterns – but don’t know how to get beyond.
Many people blame and strongly believe that their ancestral patterning is Solely responsible, to suffer like this .This again is the trick of the Mind & Ego mechanism.
Scientifically the patterns develop as follows
Excess Flow - the mind and body gets into a fight and flight mechanism which leads to a stream of Addictive / Maniacal / obsessive, compulsive / aggressive / anxiety based behaviours leading up to psychosomatic disorders which are categorised as Excesses in Ayurvedic and Taoist medicine schools.
Stagnation – there is accumulation, deficiency, weakness, debility, leading to dull, depressive, gloomy, stuck, listlessness- based behaviours , causing deficiency and stagnation based psychosomatic disorders.
The yogic, Ayurvedic and Taoist schools of medicine focus upon balancing or clearing these underlying excesses or deficiencies effectively using simple Breath corrections, meditations, naadi shodhana, herbs, acupuncture and remedies , thereby, relieving underlying root energetic and emotional excess or stagnation causes, bringing homeostasis to the physical body and relieving chronic ailments.
Body is an intricate interconnected web governed by the mind but influenced by the organs which have their independent Emotional intelligence. We call this Organ psychology in yoga and Taoist schools. This web of thought and emotion is brought to life by the Fascia and neuromuscular movement. It maintains this dance of the fascia through symmetry and Tensegrity.
Our view of the body and mind is very different than the modern methods – which is more clinical. We, on the other hand evolved as a society who understood the underlying emotions and energies.
We categorize all people within 7 fundamental Psychological patterns called In Ayurveda “Manas Prakruti”. Their view of the world is fixed through a particular lens and thus their physical experience too. Imbalance in this psychological constitution is what we believe as the emotional root cause of most manifested Mental and Physical ailments.
Treating the underlying psychological imbalance to heal the mind and the body is where we have found natural success. As a matter of fact it is only the chronic and the unhealed by modern methods who come seeking alternatives with us.
In our experience we, have devised 7 treatment protocols for these 7 fundamental psychological imbalances. And the results have been truly noteworthy.
Breathing not only maintains the physical body, it is a direct medium for the evolution of consciousness. The rate of our breathing quickly responds to changes in our physical or mental condition.
For eg: in anger, breathing becomes really fast and shallow, while in deep sleep it becomes slow and deep.
Our moods create electrochemical disturbances in the body. When we remain in one state of mind for an extended period of time, the natural rhythmic cycle of elements is disturbed. Because the elements form the physical reality of our psychological responses, one particular chemical environment can dominate within our body.
Our study on “Breath Diagnosis” can tell us practically the Mental, emotional and physical health of any person. We call it the Tower of breath manifestations. Ayurvedic Naadi Parikshan as a science has evolved from the same school of understanding the breath.
The whole Universe, is only a form of Various Sounds, Harmonics and Vibrations ,the most elemental state, being sound. Everything has an optimum range of vibration called resonance. When in resonance, we are in balance. One way is to recognise that every organ, and every cell, absorbs and emits sound, and has a particular optimum resonate frequency.
Emotions and mental states have certain resonant frequencies; this is the secret behind the transformative power of spiritual music and songs, spoken prayers and mantras.
Therapeutic sound and sound therapy techniques are used to realign the “out of sync frequencies” you may be experiencing within your mind or body, by exposing you to the optimum frequencies for the changes you wish to make within yourself.
Suchivedhana the science of piercing ultra fine Filiform needles originally developed in the Siddha Ayurveda in South India, which then travelled to other parts of Asia. Our ancient Rishis understood the intricate system of Myofascial anatomy and organ psychology to balance the body- mind to treat ailments which now Modern science is validating. Releasing the tension by way of a simple prick and we have seen miracles in the clinical setting. But there are no miracles. These are just deeper clinical sciences that have evolved and stood the test of time.
Were introduced to the world of homoeopathy by Dr. Edward Bach who said, the Symptoms of an illness are external expressions, the bodily manifestations of negative emotional states.
His postulate was “Treat the person, Not the Illness”. Therefore, he started looking for Soul remedies that could influence the cause of an illness and rediscovered an ancient off- shoot of Ayurveda, called Pushpa –Veda.
He identified and refined 38 remedies which when used relieve the emotion and thus the sickness too.
Dr.Chintan refined this even further and re- established the connection of each Organ with its psychological consciousness, its underlying emotional manifestations and imbalances. We can over the number of years simply take a Naadi Parikshan ( Pulse Diagnosis) of the person and tell them exactly what emotional, thought pattern, depressive tendencies and physical symptoms they are suffering without them having to actually say much.
Flowers have innate vibratory frequencies which help tune the Mind into a higher frequency. As per the theory of resonance – whenever there is a higher frequency within the atmosphere- the lower raises itself to meet the higher, in the process being permanently transformed.
Ayurveda and Homoeopathy also work as fundamental sciences of frequency balancing and management. We use them to alleviate the mind and the body, to ensure a very smooth transition of the entire healing process.
We have integrated all methods of healing , individualized to a client’s needs . Our strengths lie in the foundation of Diagnosis through Naadi (pulse) and Breath ,identifying the root causes of emotional traumas and addictions and then through the right tools and techniques of mobilizing the mind we achieve freedom and healing from the underlying behavioral imbalance.
Yogic and Taoist processes focus more on tools and hands on approach techniques which help us ensure measurable transformation and change.
Counselling- eclectic modes, with self -disclosure playing a huge role, coming from an experiential counsellor , acts as an inspiration and motivation to do the work required to reach internal harmony and balance
Meditation - Meditative techniques are psychotherapeutic and enable release of suppressed and repressed emotions stored in the mind-body .
Introspective Writing - Involves writing perceived painful incidents and label the emotions affected separately. This process eventually facilitates a detachment of emotions from the incidents.
Holistic healing for addictive behaviours and emotional imbalances is the key.
Dr. Chintan Dalal & Dr.Sujatha Nair