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PERSONAL REMEDIAL THERAPY THROUGH MARMA CHIKITSA AS ABSOLUTE HOLISTIC MODALITY CURE- A REVIEW

Dr. Ishan Parashar* and Dr. Archana Kukade Shinde

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According to Ayurvedic medicine, a person's health is significantly influenced by the five elements of the world. The vital force within us starts to stink when water becomes stagnant. The nature of the prana (life force) that flows through us can provide information about our bodily and mental well- being. We are likely to feel good and healthy when our prana (life force) is strong and freely flowing through nadis (nerves/blood vessels) or energy channels. The energy of these components is thought to travel through certain anatomical sites in your body known as Marma (which refers to the energy points and energy channels that connect body and mind). The process of stimulating these areas through soft massage therapy is known as Marma therapy. Musculoskeletal disorders have increased dramatically as a result of sedentary lifestyles and metropolitan cultures. By using certain anatomical sites on our bodies and specific yoga-asanas (physical postures chosen for yoga), Ayurveda's Marma therapy offers significant pain alleviation for these ailments that have such a continual nagging sensation. The subtle energy channels known as Marma (which refers to the energy points and energy channels that connect body and mind) points are where the vital prana (life force) travels throughout the body-mind complex. A powerful yet extremely subtle Ayurvedic massage technique called Marma therapy includes activating the nodes or Marma(which refers to the energy points and energy channels that connect body and mind). Marma (which refers to the energy points and energy channels that connect body and mind) may not require applying a lot of pressure to the body, in contrast to other types of massage that concentrate on lubricating the joints, oleation, and relieving muscle stiffness. It treats the body from the inside out and avoids painkillers with possible long-term negative effects.

Keywords: AYURVEDA, MARMA CHIKITSA, YOGA ASANA, PAIN.


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