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Preface

Personalized approach towards the patient is practiced from caraka to Hippocrates. Humoral or elemental theory can be termed as the basic concepts of temperament in all systems of medicine. It is existent in all the ancient sciences . Freud broke this trend by providing with a more psychological view of human nature . personality theories such as type , trait , humanistic, behaviourist , psychoanalytic, cognitive and psychologist theories have emerged from ancient times and continue to be presents in modern times . But still now there is no single theory can be every aspects that can explain every aspects of the complexities of human personality.

Aside from theories about personality structure and dynamics, a major area of investigation in the study of personality is how it develops in the course of a person’s lifetime and how it varies across cultures . The Freudian approach includes an extensive description of psychosexual development from birth up to adulthood . Erik Erikson outlined eight stages of development spanning the entire human lifetime, from birth to death . In Contrast , various other approaches , such as those of jung, Adler and Rogers, have rejected the notion of separate development stages. Significant difference have been found between personality development in the individualistic cultures of the west and in collectivist societies such as Japan. Cross - cultural differences may also be observed within a given society by studying the contrast between its dominant culture and its subcultures like ethnic , racial or religious groups.

Like in Ayurveda, in Siddha medicine temperament of a person acquires his or her natural character of body on the basis of three humours vatha , pitha and kapha . Homeopathy system of medicine explains miasms, the base of every disease and humoral theory is the basis for unani system of medicine.

Ayurvedic system of medicine explains prakriti in terms of sukra , sonita , i.e. Male and female hereditary factors, kalagarbhasya (time , age and condition of the uterus ) maturaharavihara (mothers diet and regimen ), pancamahabuta (influence of five elements ), influences of human race/religion, caste / family habitat , season/time age basic instincts (jatiprasakta , kula prasakta , desanpatni, vayonupatini, pratyatmanita and bala ). It covers almost all theories in the modern medical sciences . There is no doubt that Ayurvedic system of medicine provide a comprehensive , multidimensional theory of personality.

The Concept of Prakrti has remained a subject of extensive exploration in the recent past. As a result , It is now better understood in terms of its genomic and biochemical corrections and subsequent clinical applications.

This book is surely beneficial to all ayurvedic practitioner, students , researchers and all those who are interested in science.

Contents

1 List of abbreviation xi
2 Key to transliteration xiii
3 Introduction - prakrti 1
4 Derivation and etymology 1
5 Definition 2
6 Formation of Prakrti 3
7 Factors influencing the formation of prakrti 4
8 Pre -natal factors 6
8.1 Sukra Sonita Prakrti 6
8.2 Atulyagotra for marriage 7
8.3 Kala garbhashya prakrti 7
8.4 Time of Copulation 7
8.5 Age of parents 8
8. 6 Condition of the uterus 8
8.7 Maturaharavihara prakrti 8
8.8 Pancamahabhutavikara prakrti 9
8.9 Purvajanma krta karma 9
9 Post-natal factors 10
9.1 Jati Prasakta Prakrti 11
9.2 Kula Prasakta Prakrti 11
9.3 Desanupatini prakrti 11
9.4 Kalanupatini prakrti 12
9.5 Vayonuatini Prakrti 12
9. 6 Pratyatmaniyata prakrti 12
9.7 Bala Prakrti 12
10 Classification of Prakrti 13
11 Deha Prakrti 13
11.1 Characteristics of Vata Prakrti 15
11.2 Characteristics of Pita Prakrti 20
11.3 Characteristics of Kapha Prakrti 25
11.4 Characteristics of Samsarga /Sama Prakrti 30
12 Mansa Prakrti 31
12.1 Bahma Kaya 31
12.2 Arsa/rsi kaya 32
12.3 Indra Kaya 33
12.4 Yama Kaya 33
12.5 Varuna Kaya 34
12.6 Kubera Kaya 34
12.7 Gandhrava Kaya 35
12.8 Prajapati Sattva 35
12.9 Asura Kaya 36
12.10 Raksasa Kaya 36
12. 11 Paisaca Kaya 37
12.12 Sarpa Kaya 37
12.13 Praita Kaya 37
12.14 Sakuna Kaya 38
12.15 Yaksa sattva 38
12.16 Bhuta sattvaa 38
12.17 Pasu Kaya 39
12.18 Matsya Kaya 39
12.19 Vanaspatya Kaya 39
13 Bhautika prakrti 40
14 Importance of Prakrti 40
15 Appendix-I 44
15.1 Review of other medical sciences 44
15.2 Review of Unani System of medicine 44
15.3 Review of Siddha System of Medicine 46
15.4 Review of Homeopathy System of medicine 49
15.5 Review of Modern Medicine 51
16 Appendix-II 63
15.6 Characteristic features of prakrti 63
17 Alphabetical index 79
18 Bibliography 83

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Preface

Personalized approach towards the patient is practiced from caraka to Hippocrates. Humoral or elemental theory can be termed as the basic concepts of temperament in all systems of medicine. It is existent in all the ancient sciences . Freud broke this trend by providing with a more psychological view of human nature . personality theories such as type , trait , humanistic, behaviourist , psychoanalytic, cognitive and psychologist theories have emerged from ancient times and continue to be presents in modern times . But still now there is no single theory can be every aspects that can explain every aspects of the complexities of human personality.

Aside from theories about personality structure and dynamics, a major area of investigation in the study of personality is how it develops in the course of a person’s lifetime and how it varies across cultures . The Freudian approach includes an extensive description of psychosexual development from birth up to adulthood . Erik Erikson outlined eight stages of development spanning the entire human lifetime, from birth to death . In Contrast , various other approaches , such as those of jung, Adler and Rogers, have rejected the notion of separate development stages. Significant difference have been found between personality development in the individualistic cultures of the west and in collectivist societies such as Japan. Cross - cultural differences may also be observed within a given society by studying the contrast between its dominant culture and its subcultures like ethnic , racial or religious groups.

Like in Ayurveda, in Siddha medicine temperament of a person acquires his or her natural character of body on the basis of three humours vatha , pitha and kapha . Homeopathy system of medicine explains miasms, the base of every disease and humoral theory is the basis for unani system of medicine.

Ayurvedic system of medicine explains prakriti in terms of sukra , sonita , i.e. Male and female hereditary factors, kalagarbhasya (time , age and condition of the uterus ) maturaharavihara (mothers diet and regimen ), pancamahabuta (influence of five elements ), influences of human race/religion, caste / family habitat , season/time age basic instincts (jatiprasakta , kula prasakta , desanpatni, vayonupatini, pratyatmanita and bala ). It covers almost all theories in the modern medical sciences . There is no doubt that Ayurvedic system of medicine provide a comprehensive , multidimensional theory of personality.

The Concept of Prakrti has remained a subject of extensive exploration in the recent past. As a result , It is now better understood in terms of its genomic and biochemical corrections and subsequent clinical applications.

This book is surely beneficial to all ayurvedic practitioner, students , researchers and all those who are interested in science.

Contents

1 List of abbreviation xi
2 Key to transliteration xiii
3 Introduction - prakrti 1
4 Derivation and etymology 1
5 Definition 2
6 Formation of Prakrti 3
7 Factors influencing the formation of prakrti 4
8 Pre -natal factors 6
8.1 Sukra Sonita Prakrti 6
8.2 Atulyagotra for marriage 7
8.3 Kala garbhashya prakrti 7
8.4 Time of Copulation 7
8.5 Age of parents 8
8. 6 Condition of the uterus 8
8.7 Maturaharavihara prakrti 8
8.8 Pancamahabhutavikara prakrti 9
8.9 Purvajanma krta karma 9
9 Post-natal factors 10
9.1 Jati Prasakta Prakrti 11
9.2 Kula Prasakta Prakrti 11
9.3 Desanupatini prakrti 11
9.4 Kalanupatini prakrti 12
9.5 Vayonuatini Prakrti 12
9. 6 Pratyatmaniyata prakrti 12
9.7 Bala Prakrti 12
10 Classification of Prakrti 13
11 Deha Prakrti 13
11.1 Characteristics of Vata Prakrti 15
11.2 Characteristics of Pita Prakrti 20
11.3 Characteristics of Kapha Prakrti 25
11.4 Characteristics of Samsarga /Sama Prakrti 30
12 Mansa Prakrti 31
12.1 Bahma Kaya 31
12.2 Arsa/rsi kaya 32
12.3 Indra Kaya 33
12.4 Yama Kaya 33
12.5 Varuna Kaya 34
12.6 Kubera Kaya 34
12.7 Gandhrava Kaya 35
12.8 Prajapati Sattva 35
12.9 Asura Kaya 36
12.10 Raksasa Kaya 36
12. 11 Paisaca Kaya 37
12.12 Sarpa Kaya 37
12.13 Praita Kaya 37
12.14 Sakuna Kaya 38
12.15 Yaksa sattva 38
12.16 Bhuta sattvaa 38
12.17 Pasu Kaya 39
12.18 Matsya Kaya 39
12.19 Vanaspatya Kaya 39
13 Bhautika prakrti 40
14 Importance of Prakrti 40
15 Appendix-I 44
15.1 Review of other medical sciences 44
15.2 Review of Unani System of medicine 44
15.3 Review of Siddha System of Medicine 46
15.4 Review of Homeopathy System of medicine 49
15.5 Review of Modern Medicine 51
16 Appendix-II 63
15.6 Characteristic features of prakrti 63
17 Alphabetical index 79
18 Bibliography 83

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