Pulse diagnosis helps you to know your Mula Prakriti along with Vikariti (deviation) at the time of pulse diagnosis. Ayurvedic Diet charts, Yajna therapy, Mantra healing, Yoga therapy and other appropriate methods are used to help you in overcoming disease caused by imbalanced state of trigunas and tridosha.
A Naadi expert or a Pulse Doctor has a solid foundation of Ayurvedic physiology. By sensing the pulse on left or right wrist, a pulse expert can accurately diagnose which part or organ of the body is having disease and imbalance of which dosha is causing it. According to Ayurveda, Pulse Diagnosis is equivalent to MRI in conventional medical system.
An AyurVaidya Dietician decodes your Prakriti from physical features and pulse diagnosis. After a thorough assessment of your Prakriti and Vikariti (Deviation), dietician suggests Ayurveda based diet charts to reinstate you into the balanced state. Following the diet charts for 2-4 weeks, you feel healthier, calmer, more energetic and in your element.
Diet in Ayurveda is described as Ritu Ahaar (food intake according to seasons) based on your prakriti (Vata, Pitta, Kapha). Mostly, food habits disturb the naturally balanced state of 3 doshas. According to Ayurveda, any deviation from your own Prakriti causes sickness and disease. Reinstating the fixed composition removes disease and person feels at ease (healthy) again.
Pulse diagnosis is the most important diagnostic tool in Ayurveda to evaluate the state of Doshas in Prakriti (Constitution) and Vikriti (Imbalance / Disease state) by palpation. But only with everyday practice of observing one’s own and others pulse at different periods of the day, one can gain experience to master these diagnostic methods.
The pulse varies every minute in variation to the time of the day, activity, state of mind, digestion, etc. Pulse also varies from person to person with age, sex, constitution, season, etc. Pitta constitution children will have the typical pulse of Pitta characteristic only when examined in midday, autumn or when they are angry. The character of pulse will vary according to the dominant Dosha of that particular factor when it varies. Ayurveda literature has compared the state of pulse to the movement and sound of different birds and animals. Pulse examination offer the important clues for the diagnosis of various diseases and also predominant Doshas i.e. Vata, Pitta and Kapha responsible for them. Ayur-Vaidya Dietician knows the art of Ayurvedic method of pulse diagnosis and its importance.