The seasons have a meaning in Ayurveda. They correspond with us or with our Doshas. Just as our mind, soul and body are one, we are one with nature. Its rhythm influences us, mentally and physically. Even if our hectic lifestyle makes us more and more distant from it. Why it is a good idea to take an Ayurvedic cure during the cold season is precisely related to this.
While everything awakens in spring and everything blossoms in summer, the slow retreat begins in autumn. In the winter "sleep", nature is already preparing itself unnoticed for the new cycle. And we function in a similar way. If we would allow ourselves to. Because whether at work or in our social environment, we demand non-stop performance from ourselves. Time for retreat seems abstruse to us. Even eight hours of sleep seems like a waste of time.
In this context, when we consider that even nature takes a whole winter to regenerate itself in order to reawaken in new splendor, we realize how hard we are on ourselves. So why don't we take nature as a model to use our winter for our regeneration? For example, with an Ayurvedic cure.
Your Ayurveda cure in winter
According to Ayurveda, winter is dominated by Kapha. The dosha stands for building up, so all the more fitting to build up inner stability, the immune system and energy during this time. An Ayurvedic cure helps us not only to find back to our balance and center, but also to free ourselves from many things. We let go, detoxify, become internally cleansed and open ourselves to new things. Similar to nature itself, we say goodbye to things that are "dead".
In addition, the cold and short days offer it to retreat more, do less and rest more. In this way, we "lighten" ourselves of old burdens and can start our own spring with recharged batteries. As the year draws to a close, many of us also tend to want to start the new year with a renewed sense of awareness. Typical New Year's resolutions don't happen by accident. Subconsciously, we want to start fresh. But it takes attention and even some dedication to really get that far. The harvest is all the richer for it. Because what is more beautiful in life than to be able and allowed to grow beyond oneself.
A journey to yourself
An Ayurvedic cure needs time and focus. It is important to take time out for this and do it away from your usual environment if you can. A new setting is more likely to help you break away from habitual patterns and look at things in a new and distant way. No matter what Ayurvedic cure you end up doing, it is always about regenerating yourself both mentally and physically.
Regeneration and immune system building
Our cure finder can always conveniently help you find out which program is best suited for you and your needs. Suitable for the season is our Immune Power C ure and also our Reconstruction Intensive Cure "Rasayana". The basis of both cures is deceleration and regeneration. During the Immune Power Cure you will be gently cleansed, and through a total package of Ayurvedic massages and treatments your immune system will be strengthened. This also includes mental stability and a healthy balance of your inner center. The Rasayana rebuilding cure is very intensive and focuses on regenerating the body and organs. This is especially important after an illness or a very stressful time.
Your mindset also comes into focus. The colder and shorter the days get, the more we fall into gloomy thoughts. You might know it from yourself: The older the year gets, the more inner stress spreads in us. On the one hand, this is due to the fact that we have set ourselves far too high goals and therefore have not been able to realize them. On the other hand, we increasingly feel that "time has passed" again and that we may not have achieved a desired change. We hang with the thought thus still at old resolutions and think at the same time ahead, how we can convert these still fast. An Ayurveda cure helps you to be exactly where you should be. In the here and now! Listen to yourself: Is it time for your Ayurveda cure in the cold season?