Restraining Mind from
Sattvavjaya Chikitsa involves:
Hypnotherapy The Ayurveda way
Past Life Regression Therapy The
Sattvavjaya Chikitsa (For Mind) : Restraining mind from unwholesome objects.
Ahita (Unwholesome) | Artha (Perceived by sense organs) | Mithya yoga (Improper indulgence)
Heena Yoga (Non- indulgence)
Ati Yoga (Excessive indulgence)
Mithya yoga (Improper indulgence)
Artha( perceived by sense organs)
Object of five Senses
Objects of mind
To restrain mind ( from unwholesome objects)
Objective of sattvavajaya ( Ayurveda Psychotherapy) :
Jnana: Jnanam atmah jananam ( Self realization ) which helps to control over his /her conception, behavior, self esteem.
Vijnana: Vijnanam shastra jnanam ( External Knowledge) to provide guidance to understand the nature of illness & improve coping capabilities.
Dhairya: Dhairyam anunnati chetasha (maintain mental balance even under stress) It helps to control impulse, thus give time to flip negativity to positivity.
Smrithi: Smrithi anubhutartha smaranman. Smrithi is to recall past experience to understand the exact nature of the object & to expose the hidden conflicts which cab be primary source of present mental state.
Samadhi: Vishayebho niuruthya aatmani manaso niyamanam.
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Sattvavajaya Chikitsa ( Ayurveda Psychotherapy)
To achive the higher level of awareness by withdrawing mind from wordily objects & meditating on the spiritual dimensions of self.
Some other dimensions of Sattvavajaya Chikitsta are:
Trivarga Anveksha: That is done by following trivagas:
Dharma – Virtue | Artha –Wealth | Kama – Pleasure
To understand more about atma & self:
Dosha – Body | Kala – Time | Shakti – Strength
Psycho- Suportive techniques which involves :
Aswasana – Reassurance & Explanation | Suhritvaka – Guidance & Suggestions
Pratyatma : Individual Psychotherapy and Pratidvanda : Replacement of emotions like kama, krodha to peace & many.
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