Ayurveda is a part of the ancient Vedic heritage of India. Centuries ago, it was at its highest glory and part of the Indian way of life for thousands of years. However prior to the independence during the past 8 centuries due to many invasion on India, Ayurveda suffered a serious blow causing a decline in its popularity. The true knowledge of Ayurveda had been practically lost and only a handful of people have maintained the original knowledge in its purity.
Enveloping ourselves in the rhythms and forms of nature can be transformative and healing. Ayurveda, the ancient healing tradition of India, recommends spending time in nature each day. Doing so allows us to experience the wonderment of this existence with all our senses. Nature allows us to shift our attention beyond the domain of our ego and to recognize that we are inextricably connected to the universe.