Kapha Dosha

Kapha Dosha

Kapha Dosha   Evolution of the Soul: Trust and Wisdom Elements: Earth and Water   Kapha represents the elements earth and water and is the principle of solidity or cohesion. It is the binding energetic force that provides structure to everything; from an individual atom or cell to the well-built ..Continue Reading

Pitta Dosha

Pitta Dosha

Pitta Dosha Elements: Fire and Water Evolution of the Soul: Peace and Mercy Pitta is made of fire and water — it represents the principle of conversion. It is the fire in the digestive system that governs the digestive functions of chemical and metabolic transformation in the body. Without fire and ..Continue Reading

Vata Dosha

Vata Dosha

Vata Dosha   Elements: Air and Space Evolution of the Soul: Purification   Vata is represents air and space; the energy of movement. Vata is the most influential of the three doshas; the moving force behind the other two. Vata is responsible for all physiological processes involving motion, such as: ..Continue Reading

The Doshas

The Doshas   The doshas are a collective of energies and substances within the body created by the five essential elements. They are also called body constitutions, body humors, personality types or somatotypes by psychologists Kretchchmer and Sheldon. They are responsible for body structure, transformation and transportation. They regulate all physiological and ..Continue Reading

The Five Great Elements (Panchamahabhutas)

The elements are the fundamental substance components that exist in the Universe in all organic or inorganic organisms. The uniqueness of these substances is identified by their qualities and actions. When they are in equilibrium, the function of the Universe and mankind are also in equilibrium.   The Five Great ..Continue Reading

Principles of Creation

The Principles of Creation began with Pure Consciousness (Purusha) or male energy, a choiceless passive awareness. Secondly, the Great Nature (Prakruti) or female energy, a choiceful active awareness. Self-Identify (Ahamkara), the manifestation of the “I or ego,” is the third principle of creation. That’s the origin of all aspects of ..Continue Reading