Ayurvedic Psychology: Ancient Wisdom Meets Modern Science

@article{Rhoda2014AyurvedicPA,
  title={Ayurvedic Psychology: Ancient Wisdom Meets Modern Science},
  author={Daniel Rhoda},
  journal={International Journal of Transpersonal Studies},
  year={2014},
  volume={33},
  pages={14}
}
  • Daniel Rhoda
  • Published 2014
  • Psychology
  • International Journal of Transpersonal Studies
Ayurveda is a holistic medical system based on ancient Indian texts that utilizes natural treatments, botanical medicines, and lifestyle and dietary practices to promote healing of the body, mind, senses, and spirit. Interest in Ayurveda has grown in the United States over the last two decades, as consumers, therapists, scientists, and health regulators have recognized its holistic and preventative benefits. According to Ayurveda, every human being is composed of a unique proportion of these… Expand
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