Fluctuating Between a Celibate Monk and Successful Businessman While Exploring the World’s Saints, Healers and Mystics with Conan Mischer {Podcast #005}

What is the most evolutionary thing you can be doing right now?
The need of the time must be attended to in this world. Are you a worthy candidate that will respond to this call from the universe? How much of your energy and time can you give to servicing the community, economy and society at large?

Or is it best for you to recluse and live like a monk? Go live in a cave in the Himalayas or a Sanskrit only speaking village and meditate full time. Go seeking amongst holy places like India to visit sacred sites, meet holy saints and receive unique healings from extraordinarily gifted people.

Conan Mischer has been infatuated with such experiences throughout his journey of life.

I was so astounded and loved hearing his stories that I had to share them with you.


About Conan Mischer

Conan has been an advanced meditator for decades. He has met and mingled with astonishing people which provided profound life experiences. At the same time, he has been successful in university and business.


In this Episode we Discuss:

  • Book that changed Conans life - Andrew Weil - holistic health and meditation. (6:00)
  • Perfect Health by Deepak Chopra - a life-changing book that is a great introduction to Ayurveda. (06:20).
  • Indulging to much in the absolute state of Being can cause lack of integration in the always changing, relative world. (11:10)
  • Householder vs. the Recluse (Sanyasi) - How relevant is it in today's time for westerners to live a recluse lifestyle such as meditating full time in the mountains? (13:30)
  • The vedic saying that sums of the whole Veda quite well: “Established in Being, perform action.” (“Yogasta kuru karmani.”) ~ Bhagavad Gita, chapter 2, verse 48. What technique are you using to become established in Being? It will differ for each individual. Then how will you readjust to the relative, every changing world. (16:30)
  • New Mavericks - Vedic business consulting. (17:55)
  • Vedic Vibration Technology. Subtle therapy consisting of blowing primordial sounds into the body. (20:26)
  • Healing on the subtle level - Vedic Pulse Vibration, Raju family of Vaidyas, Banana Treatment for Women's Health. (21:28)
  • Working at the atomic level (subtle) is so much more powerful than working at the molecular level (gross). Atomic energy vs. chemical energy. (23:17)
  • Sanskrit - An onomatopoetic language, not a symbolic language. The first child of the language of nature. (23:48)
  • Nadi Palm Leaf Readers - Based on a thumbprint, they investigate your past and predict your future. (24:15).
  • Brahmasthan of India - A village in the geographical centre of India which encompasses a concentrate of full time vedic ceremonies and chantings. (27:00)
  • Yoga Asanas (posture) as a tool to integrate and bridge the gap between the transcendent and the relative. Especially for those who are “up in the clouds,” “airy fairy,” or ungrounded. (28:53)
  • The true meaning of Yoga and the difference between Yoga and exercise. An effortless, transcending yoga practice that provides the benefits of blood circulation, flexibility and strength. (29:47)
  • Himalayas - Jyotirmath - seat and home of the Shankarcharya King of the Yogis. Badrinath (Vishnu temple) in Uttrakandh. (31:35)
  • Tiruvanamalai - A mountain in south India that itself is a Shiva Lingam (form of Lord Shiva, the destruction operator in nature). (37:05)
  • Experiences with Amma Mata Amritanandamayi (The hugging the saint), an Avatar of the mother divine. Stepping into a spiritual jacuzzi whenever Conan got near her. (40:00)
  • The course of miracles - community. (43:00)
  • Jesus Christ was a Vedic master. Christ suffered is a faulty conclusion. It doesn’t tell you about his consciousness. A wincing body does not mean the consciousness is suffering. It is rather attributing the consciousness of the person making the claim. (48:55)
  • Mother Meera - A female saint who gives you “Darshan” - simply by looking at you, she lures you to her high state of consciousness, giving you a taste of the euphoria and blissful consciousness that you have potential to move into and Be in, all the time. (52:51)
  • Phillipino Psychic Surgeons - Opening up peoples bodies and removing foreign and detrimental objects and tissues. All with their bare hands. All with the patient feeling mostly nothing, anesthetic-free. And “patching” back up the patient straight away, as if nothing just happened. Read Conans full recount about his Psychic Surgery experience here. (56:09)
  • Panchakarma - Ayurvedic detox and rejuvenation program. (59:28)
  • Conan’s pearl of wisdom - What is the value of these experiences of visiting healers, saints, holy places, doing panchakarma etc.? The main value is to give us a glimpse of our true state of Being. A tangible reminder of our natural essence through experience. This inspires to strive for that state.
  • Ayurvedic Self Pulse Diagnosis - immediately connecting mind and physiology for healing and gaining greater awareness of the body. Learn self-pulse here. (1:06:50)

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The Epidemic of Chronic Disease Calls Ayurveda to the Rescue {Podcast #004}

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Epidemics of chronic diseases are exponentially growing alongside our modern lifestyle.
Ayurveda has never been so relevant to humanity than right now. And what the 2017 Nobel Prize for Medicine was won for supports this, because it was won for “Circadian Medicine,” which is basically “Ayurveda 101” (living in tune with nature’s circadian rhythms).

Half of the men reading this will get cancer in their life. 1 in 3 women will get cancer. Diabetes, auto-immune diseases, infertility, premature blindness, autism, dementia, Alzheimer’s and more are all rapidly taking over the bodies of our population

Two big culprits recently on the block are talked about: Excessive exposure to EMF (electro-magnetic fields) and blue light. Dylan shares ways to mitigate the effects of these, from very simple no-brainer adjustments to bigger steps to be more proactive in changing aspects of your life to take control of your health.

Dylan also shares basic principles and concepts of Ayurveda.

This is a recording of a talk Dylan did in February 2018 at Bondi Meditation Centre in Sydney, hosted by Matt Ringrose. It was so well received he had to share it with you...


About Dylan Smith

Founder, Ayurvedic practitioner, holistic health educator and proponent of Vedic wisdom, Dylan Smith, has a holistic passion to teach patients to effortlessly integrate new habits into their daily life. Dylan is devoted to learning, sharing and radiating this ancient knowledge for everyone to utilise and enjoy, to experience total wellness and bliss. Read more about Dylan here.


In this Episode we Discuss:

  • What is Ayurveda: The Science of Life. (05:15)
  • The 2017 Nobel Prize for Medicine was basically “Ayurveda 101.” (06:30)
  • The 5 Element and 3 Dosha Theories of Ayurveda to simplify medicine. (08:42)
  • Why Meditations are deeper and more transcending before sunrise. (11:13)
  • The true definition of “a healthy person” according to Ayurveda. (12:03)
  • Re-establishing fat metabolism for optimum energy levels, mood regulation and more.
  • The epidemic of pre-mature blindness from macular-degeneration and blue light. (22:02)
  • EMF (Electro-magnetic fields): a high biologically active cause of chronic disease. (23:53)
  • Abhyanga” to shield from EMF, energy, and many other benefits, (25:05)
  • Why EMF is the new cigarettes. (35:00)
  • Transcending disease. (38:52)
  • Pesticides and Chemicals (41:25)
  • The importance of pure physiology preconception and during pregnancy.
  • Tongue Scraping.
  • Ghee (Clarified butter) as a superior source of cooking oil. (45:05)
  • Nasya: Lubricating the brain. (45:35)
  • Way to enhance your microbiome: Eat food cooked with love, eat ghee, do self-abhyanga. (46:32)

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Jyotish: Vedic Astrology with Anand Mehrotra {Podcast #003}

Jyotish, a profound mathematical sophisticated form of astrology. It describes how planetary patterns at the time of our birth give valuable clues in helping us understand our life’s journey. Through careful analysis of these cosmic influences, Jyotish can help us realistically evaluate our strengths and weaknesses in order to optimise our full potential.

Join expert visionary master teacher and Jyotishi, Anand Mehrotra, as we dispel dogmas, myths and inaccurate perceptions about Jyotish and other aspects of the veda.

Anand reveals to us a great introduction and general overview about Jyotish - “the light of the self.” He recommends specific regimes for you to do during new moon, full moon and eclipses. Anand beautifully expresses the qualities of the core seven planets by relating them with their signifying chakras and deity expressions.


ABOUT ANAND MEHROTRA

Anand is a visionary master teacher, community and thought leader, conscious entrepreneur and Jyotishi (vedic astrologer). Anand was born, raised and still resides in Rishikesh, a holy town by the Ganga river at the foot hills of the Himlayas in North India.

He is the founder and master teacher of Sattva Yoga, a radically holistic, ever-evolving practice that is currently growing rapidly.
He teaches around the world to give wisdom talks, host gatherings, satsangs, meditations, provides Vedic astrology readings, leads Sattva Yoga journeys, retreats and trainings.

Anand leads two non for profit organisations, The Khushi Charitable Society and Sattva Foundation, and has launched several businesses based on sustainable practices and supporting local communities.


In this Episode we Discuss:

  • The role of Jyotish in expanding holistic, all inclusive knowledge.
  • What is Jyotish - the “eye of the veda.” The light of self.
  • “A physician who doesn’t know astrology should not call himself a physician.” ~ Hippocrates. (5:00)
  • The study of the movement and flow of Jeeva (individuality) in time. How to utilise our journey in this time bound expression in the highest manner possible. (8:05)
  • “The Entry” - time and place of birth is a karmic footprint which will provide the information of ones karma.
  • The difference between Jyotish and Western Astrology. (12:55)
  • Rahu and Ketu - Two shadow planets that cause eclipses and balance kundalini. (15:05)
    • Rahu - north lunar node - dragons head. Mind.
    • Creative, expansive. Psychosis.
    • Higher level - Impact, expansion, self actualisation. External.
    • Further - fearlessness, which gives rise to kundalini (infinite potential). Fear constricts us from our infinite potential. Rahu plays on your fears.
    • Ketu - south lunar node - dragons tail. Body.
    • Withdrawing, depressive, chronic illnesses.
    • Higher level - liberation, inner realisation. Internal.
    • Past.
    • Rahu was a chandala. The god split his head but because of his high state of consciousness he was immortal. So the head become Rahu. Tail became Ketu.
    • Snakes are Karayaka (physical expression of energy) for Rahu and Ketu. (18:48)
  • Multiple levels of dreaming. (19:25)
  • When Rahu and Ketu (Ida and Pingala) merge in a balanced state along the spine the sushumna opens. Associated with Kundaliuni Shakti. Potential to awaken your kundalini, your infinite potential. (19:55)
  • Regimen for Eclipses - Optimal uses of energy. Not a time to start business venture. Not creative energy. More of a meditative energy. (20:55)
  • Regimen for No Moon: inward, meditative (23:09)
  • Regimen for New Moon: initiatives, new beginnings, ventures, treatments.
  • Regimen for Full Moon - healing, self-healing. Gathering, collective gatherings, agni-hotras, kirtan, yagya, rituals, pujas, ceremonies. Be with elements, be in nature, especially water element. (23:55)
  • Freeing your bondage and transcending your personal karmic journey to live with the natural flow of time. (25:42)
  • The 7 Grahas (Planets) and their signifying Chakras and Deity Expressions (30:37)
    1. Shani (Saturn) - Shiva - Muladhara (root) Chakra. - Seat of infinite potential. Fearlessness, exploring the great unknown, inwardness, meditative. Shani is the great teacher.
    2. Guru (Jupiter) - Ganesh - Second Chakra. - Playfulness, indulging in wordy pleasures.
    3. Mangal (Mars) - Hanuman and Kartikaya. - Navel Chakra. - Vitality, strength, warrior, strong agni.
    4. Shukra (Venus) - Laksmi and Krishna - Heart Chakra. - Art, creativity, beauty. The brightest start in the sky.
    5. Buddh (Mercury) - Saraswati and Buddha - Throat Chakra - Intellect, mind, wisdom, conceptual knowledge
    6. Surya (Sun) and Chandra (Moon) - Shiva and Skati - 3rd eye.
  • No planet at Brahamsrara (crown chakra) as you are liberated by the burden of living (Jiva Mukta). You can still live in the human body, but you live in dharma free from bondage to karma.
  • Sattisati: 7.5 year transit of Saturn over the moon (37:30) - Saturn is the great teacher which forces you to evolve, grow and expand. It may seem challenging at the time, but this is a purification. There are some which you can change, and you should fully change those. There is some things which you cannot change, which you must completely accept.
  • Gemstones as a supplement to optimise a particular energy. (43:49)

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True Exercise and Real Modern Yoga with Simon Borg-Olivier {Podcast #002}

What are the true purpose and aims of exercise?

What does exercise actually mean?

How do you most effectively reap the benefits of exercise without potentially damaging your physiology?

Is the exercise activity or yoga class that you are attending to actually benefiting your health or is it doing more damage than good?

In this podcast, we investigate the mechanisms of “Hatha Yoga” - the physical aspect of yoga, including the asanas (postures) and pranayama (breath work) as well as exercise and movement in general

Simon reveals basic misunderstanding and misconceptions people have about modern Yoga and exercise based science. He shares correlations between types of movement with the state of your nervous system.

Simon and reveals tips to revolutionise your exercise and yoga practice for maximum vitality, energy and prana (life-force to every cell in your body).


ABOUT SIMON BORG-OLIVIER

Simon Borg-Olivier MSc BAppSc (Physiotherapy) APAM C-IAYT has been practicing yoga for 50 years and teaching for 35 years. He has also been a registered physiotherapist for 20 years. Simon is co-director of YogaSynergy, a research scientist and a University lecturer. He has been regularly invited to teach lifestyle, posture, movement and breathing at conferences and festivals internationally since 1990.


In this Episode we Discuss:

  • Simon’s background, teachers and gurus. (3:55)
  • Yoga: The art of learning how not to breathe. (4:46)
  • Basic misunderstanding and misconceptions people have about modern Yoga and exercise based science (10:05)
  • The myth of “No Pain No Gain” (13:48)
  • Excessive exercise preventing weight loss due to excessive sympathetic nervous system activation. (14:05)
  • Nasal breathing vs. mouth breathing. (14:35)
  • Excessive sympathetic nervous system (Flight or Fight) activation. (16:28)
  • Hyperventilation: Wim Hof method, Shamanic healings, Sound healings. (18:13)
  • The Wim Hof Method - an advanced yogic technique that people are missing the essence of.
  • Why Simon had to apologise to those he taught Yoga to 20-30 years ago. (27:53)
  • Health risks of high impact sport and intense cardio (30:41)
  • The real meaning of “cardio” - Good cardiovascular work - improving function of blood vessels, rather than the heart taking all the strain. (31:30)
  • The general global purpose of yoga and physiological purpose of yoga. (33:21)
  • Adapting traditional yoga teachings for the modern western body. (36:21)
  • The danger of headstands for westerners, but natural for traditional Asians. (38:30).
  • Simons current guru: Master Zhen Hua Yang - Shaolin monk, martial arts expert and energy master. (39:37)
  • Simple practices to revolutionise your body to become more “natural” during practice: (42:07)
  • Simple practices to incorporate in your day-to-day life: (48:47)
    1. Active movement.
    2. Move from your core.
    3. Breath naturally.
    4. Move in a fluid way with 3D space.
  • Simon’s philosophy of life: (52:05)
  1. Enjoy life - it’s a choice.
  2. Look after our bodies.
  3. Help other people enjoy life.

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Who is Dylan Smith and What is Veda {Podcast #001}

Welcome to the Vital Veda Podcast

I am your host Dylan Smith, an Ayurvedic health practitioner based in Australia.

Before the show really kicks off into the episodes I wanted to take the opportunity to introduce my self, get to know me and hear what the intention of this podcast is.

I also want to give a brief short overview of one of the core topics of this podcast, Ayurveda and Vedic Wisdom.

I wanna shout out to my friends who helped me produce the theme song, Ari Levy and Yoav Goldberg from Moose head studios in Sydney.

I got into health and transformation when I went to India and learned yoga and was exposed to Ayurveda.

Now I’m a Ayurvedic practitioner, teacher and speaker. I have a small clinic in Sydney where I consult from and offer a diverse range of body treatments.

I also travel a bit around the world to offer these services.

I have a passion to take the ancient, rich wisdom of Ayurveda and make it applicable, practical and relevant to todays day in age, where really right now Ayurveda is so relevant and needed more than ever.

Part of this is using modern science to prove ancient wisdom.

And it’s working.

People who implement these practices and treatment protocols feel the benefits. The holistic process of ridding disease, which may become like a journey, is fulfilling. They experience the essence of health and actually thrive with vitality!

Ayurveda is a Sanskrit word that translates to “The Science of Life.”

It is a system of holistic medicine that encompasses the entire universe; nature, the body, mind and spirit.

Really, Ayurveda has a say on everything.

It is part of the Vedas, which is knowledge governing the unity of the laws of nature and human consciousness. Yoga, meditation, Ayurveda, sthapatya Veda which is Vedic architecture also known as Vastuu, Jyotish (Vedic astrology), all these sciences are derived from the Vedas.

This ancient science guides us how to live in harmony with nature and when we live in tune with the cycles of nature, we tap into our own specific human nature. That is where perfect health lies.

And by the way, it is absolutely in everyone. But you have to enliven it.

From that place, you can live with minimal to no suffering and radiate life for all to enjoy.

Ayurveda does this through a wide variety of holistic and preventative actions and treatments such as diet, herbs, lifestyle, body treatments and a variety of measures.

What I love about Ayurveda is that is has been around for a very very long time. Ayurveda is actually as old as nature, but for the past 5000 odd years, it has consistently been practiced.

And through all this time, nothing has changed. None of the knowledge, none of the parameters.

Unlike a scientific study, a medical degree, a food fad! a health fad, a “bio-hack,” whatever it may be, Ayurveda doesn’t change. It doesn’t need to revise texts or updated editions. It is an eternal science. It is so closely correlated with natural law that it becomes applicable, useful and highly relevant to the whatever the need of the time may be, wherever on planet earth.

This podcast will share how to bypass any of the obscure perpetuating fads of health and rather develop skills and a capability to tune into our own body and mind, awaken our instincts and flow downstream in our unique individual path of life rather than struggling to paddle upstream.

Let's approach health via that route.

Engage in life in a frictionless flow.

You're not going to be talked at in this podcast, I rather intend you to be inspired, to resonate with me and whoever else is on the show.

To take the information and conversation and make it relatable to your life.

Inevitably, once you have the knowledge it’s going to be enlivened within you.

But awaken and expand your capacity to be aware of that in your body. To invite, support and nourish these beautiful practices, notions whatever they may be.

Don’t just take my word. Be empowered to experience this.

I’m only interested to interview experts in their field who are authentic, pure and engaged in action that is going to be highly evolutionary. Plus, you deserve the best. So I’m going give you the best, and I am so fortunate and grateful to be able to interview these guests and learn all this wonderful knowledge my self.

Please subscribe to the channel so you don’t miss out on any juicy knowledge and I would really appreciate if you could rate and review the show. I really value your feedback and love reading it.

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Astanga Hrdaya, Chapter 1 (Sanskrit/English Transcription)

Astanga Hrdayam of Vaghbata is one of the main classical texts (shastras) in Ayurveda which makes it an authoritative authentic text that Vaidyas acknowledge, trust and refer to. 

Here the sanskrit of chapter one of Sutrastana is transcribed into english letters. Note that this text finishes before the end of the chapter before Vaghbata lists the chapters of the whole text to come.

There are two audio recordings of this:

  1. Chanted by Vaidya Krishna A.V. Raju.
  2. Chanted in a call and response manner for you to learn with Vaidya Krishna A.V. Raju.

Chanting along or even just listening to this will enliven holistic aspects of perfect health and Ayurveda in ones physiology on a subtle, yet powerful level.

This is a valuable tool for Ayurvedic practitioners and doctors to immerse more deeply in the primordial sounds of Ayurveda that undoubtedly will enhance their grasp of Ayurveda.

Astanga Hrdaya of Vaghbata, Sutrasthana, Chapter 1

 

rāgādirogān satatānusaktān aśesakāya prasrtanasesān (1)

autskymahoāratidāñ jagbāna yo ‘pūrvaidyāya namo ‘stu tasmai

athāta āyuskāmīyamadhyāyam vyākhyāsyamah

iti ha smāhu rātreyādayo maharsayah

āyuh kāmayamānena dharmārtha sukhasādhanam (2)

āyurvedopadeśesu vidheyah param ādarah

brahmā smrtvāyuso vedam prajāpatim ajigrahat (3)

so ‘ašrinau tau sahasrāksam so ‘atriputrādikān munīn 

te ‘agniveśādikāms te tu prthak tantrāni tenire (4)

tebhyo ‘tiviprakīrnebhyah prāyah sārataroccayah

kriyate ‘stāngahrdayam nātisamksepavistaram (5)

kāyabāla grahordhvāviga śalyadamstrā jarāvrsān

astāvangāni tasyāhuś cikitsā yesu samśritā (6)

vāyauh pittam kaphaś ceti trayo dosāh samāsatah

vikrtā vikrtā deham ghnanti te vartayanti ca (7)

te vyāpino ‘pi hrnnābhyor adhomadhyordhvasamśrayāh

vayo’horātribhuktānām te ‘ntamadhyādigāh kramāt (8)

tair bhaved visamas tiksno mandaś cāgnih samaih samah

kosthah krūro mrdu(r) madhyo madhyah syāt taih samair api (9)

śukrārtavasthair janmādau viseneva visakrimeh

taiś ca tisrah prakrtayo hīnamadhyottamāh prthak (10)

samadhātuh samastāsu śrestha nindyā dvidosajāh

tatra rūkso laghuh śitah kharah sūksmaścalo ‘nilah(a) (11)

pittam sasneha tiksnosnam laghu visram saram dravam

snigdhah śito gurur mandah ślaksno mrtsnah sthirah kaphah(a) (12)

samsargah sannipātaś ca taddvitriksayakopatah

rasāsrn māmsa medo’sthi majja śukrāni dhatavah (13)

sapta dūsyāh malā mūtraśakrtsvedādayo ‘pi ca

vriddhih samānaih sarvesām viparitair viparyayah (14)

rasāh svāduamla lavana tikto sanakasāyakāh

sad dravyam āśritās te ca yathāpūrvam balāvahāh (15)

tatrādya mārutam ghnanti trayas tiktādayah kapham

kasāya tikta madhurāh pittam anye tu kurvate (16)

śamanam kopanam svasthahitam dravyam iti tridhā

usna śita gunotkarsāt tatra virya(m) dvidhā smrtam (17)

tridhā vipāko dravyasya svādvamla katu katmakah

guru manda hima snigdha ślaksna sāndra mrdu sthirāh (18)

gunāh sasūksma viśada vimśatih saviparyayāh

kālārthakarmanām yogo hinamithyāti mātrakah (19)

samyagyogaś ca vijneyo rogārogyaikakāranam

rogas tu dosavaisamyam dosasāmyama arogatā (20)

nijāgantu vibhāgena tatra rogā dvidha smrtāh

tesām kāyamanobhedād adhisthānam api dvidhā (21)

rajas tamaśca manaso dvau ca dosāv udāhrtau

darśana sparśana praśnaih parikseta caroginam (22)

rogam nidāna prāgrūpalaksano paśayāptibhih

bhūmi deha prabhedena deśam āhur iha dvidhā (23)

jāngalam vātabhūyistham ānupam tu kapholbanam

sādhārvam samamalam tridhā bhūdeśam ādiśet (24)

ksanādir vyādhyavasthā ca kālo bhesajayogakrt

śodhanam śamanam ceti samāsād ausadham dvidhā (25)

śarīrajānām dosānām kramena paramausadham

vastir vireko vamanam tathā tailam ghrtam madhu (26)

dhidhairya ātmādrijñānam manodosausadham param

bhisag dravyany upasthātā rogi pādacatustayam (27)

cikitsitasya nirdistam pratyekam tae caturgunam

daksas tīrthāttaśāstrārtho drstakarmā śucir bhisak (28)

bahukalpam bahuganam sampannam yogyam ausadham

anuraktah śucir dakso buddhimān paricārakah (29)

sādhyosādhya iti vyādhir dvhidhā tau tu punardvidha

susādhyah krcchra sādhyaś ca yāpyo yaś cānupakramah

(sometimes this verse is added in)

ādhyo rogī bhisagvaśyo jñāpakah sattvavān api

sarvausadhaksame dehe yūnah pumso jitāt manah (30)

amarmago ‘lpahetvagrarūparūpo ‘nupadravah

atulyadūsyadeśartu prakrtih pādasampadi (31)

grahesu anugonesu ekadosa mārgo navah(a) sukhah(a)

śastrādisādhanah(a) krcchrah sanikare ca tato gadah(a) (32)

śesatvād āyuso yāpyah(a) pathyābyāsād viparyaye

anupakrama eva syāt sthito ‘tyantaviparyaye (33)

autsukyamohāratikrd drstaristo ‘ksanāśanah(a)

tyajed ārtam bhisag bhūpair dvistam tesām dvisam dvisam (34)

hinopakaranam vyagram avidheyam gatāyusam

candam śokāturam bhīrum krtaghnam vaidyamāninam (35)

Credits:

Transcription from sanskrit to english letters by Paolo Scartezzini.

Translation coming soon...

Although there is benefit to not know the meaning of these slohkas as it will enliven these aspects of the science of life in a more holistic way. Translating sanskrit into english will not do justice to what nature is intending to express in order to trigger a memory in pure consciousness.