UPCOMING SKILLS...

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If you are the ones who think that only giving an I/V is a skill and we lack that part in our pathy, then you need to rethink.
Are you good enough at Nadi pariksha/ Marma therapy/ Panchakarma therapy/Kshara preparation/ Making Rasayana/ Identifying the drugs you are about to prescribe? That too my friend is a skill which we need to practice daily to master.
Let’s learn together which is all our’s and no government can ever restrict you from practicing that.
Let’s come together to learn what our aapta’s has bestowed upon us.
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  1. Naadi pariksha
  2. Marma chikitsa
  3. Taila bindu pariksha
  4. Mala pariksha
  5. Rakta pariksha
  6. Anna pariksha
  7. dravya pariksha and identification
  8. Visha pariksha
  9. Panchkarma procedures – Snehana,Abhyanga, Swedan, Vamana, Virechana, Anuwasana basti, Niruha basti, Nasya karma, Dhoompana, Patra pinda swedan, Shalishashtik pinda swedan, Kati basti, janu basti, Siro Dhara, Siro basti. 
  10. Kshara preparation
  11. Kshara sutra preparation and application – by the bests in the field.
  12. Kshara karma
  13. Jaloka therapy
  14. Agni karma
  15. Kajjali Nirmana
  16. Koopi pakwa rasayana
  17. Parpati nirmana
  18. Procedure involved in all the Kalapana’s (formulations).
  19. The Rasayan sewan vidhi 
  20. Yoga by the best faculties of Ayurveda
  21. Swasthavritta procedures – learn the gudha sutras behind practicing the nauli, dhauti etc karma’s.
  22. Learn basics of tarpana and details before practicing Ayurveda.
  23. The procedures in stri and prasuti tantra.
  24. Yogya vidhi is described in Sushruta Samhita to practice on dummies before practicing surgery.
  25. Do you know the procedure and principles involved in blood pressure assessment or giving an I/V or anesthesia !? well, it’s way easier than our shashtrokta practices.Let us learn them as well. Be a master in every thing. As our Acharya Sushruta mentioned in चिकित्सास्थानम् – 28th chapter- मेधायुःकामीयरसायनम् that- 

    सतताध्ययनं वादः परतन्त्रावलोकनम् | 
    तद्विद्याचार्यसेवा  बुद्धिमेधाकरो गु(ग)णः ||२७|| 
    आयुष्यं भोजनं जीर्णे वेगानां चाविधारणम् | 
    ब्रह्मचर्यमहिंसा  साहसानां  वर्जनम् ||२८||

    On which aacharya Dalhana commented –  केवलं रसायनयोगादेव मेधायुषी भवतः, किं तर्हि सतताध्ययनादपि बुद्धिमेधाकरो गु(ग)णो भवति|
    स्वपक्षसाधनं परपक्षबाधनं वादः| परतन्त्राणिन्यायवैशेषिकहस्तिशिक्षाव्याकरणादीनि, तथैवेतराण्यायुष्याणि|
    ब्रह्मचर्यम् इन्द्रियसंयमो वेदाध्ययनं वा|
    साहसम् अयथाबलमारम्भः|| 

    Let’s understand this shloka as well…

    Satata Adhyayana – Constant study, practice, revision, updating, exposure, and approach on constant basis and upgrading knowledge
    Constant studying and revision would make understanding easy and one would surely master the subject. This also enables one to derive new thoughts and hypothesis related to that subject. Every new reading would ignite a new idea and every new idea will lead to probing deep into the subject and that in turn leads to the quest of learning new things and mastering over every aspect of the concerned subject.The same rule is applicable in all fronts of life, in all activities we do.

    Vada – Discussions, arguments, debates, interactions, group studies, workshops, symposiums, sharing on the social network etc.
    This is another effective tool for learning and enhancing intelligence and brain capacity. When one is indulged in any such discussions, the reasoning power is ignited which lead to new ideas. 
    Regular participation in these events will keep the brain functions activated.
    This will also give an opportunity to meet different minds and intellects under one roof, sharing knowledge.

    Para Tantra Avalokanam – Appreciation of other sciences and theories, accepting, endorsing and inculcating cross and additional references, comparative study, Research works, Library references etc.
    Study or updating knowledge and fortifying it includes getting indulged in multiple references may be in the form of many allied books or getting the opinions of the scholars and masters of the same science or subject in discussion.
    It is highly important that we appreciate parallel and allied sciences which fall into the vicinity of our science. Ayurveda had always been open-minded to accept the contemporary theories and sciences and implicate them into its science. E.g. Ayurveda has accepted some basics of Darshanas etc and has given the reference of those sciences in the discussion of certainly related chapters.
    Even in Ancient Indian History, we can find references of Ayurveda being carried to distant countries by visitors and invaders. Ayurveda has thus influenced the origin of many medical sciences.
    Thus Paratantra Avalokana plays a major part in upgrading knowledge, increasing and fortifying our knowledge, researching things and giving good things for the future generations to make ‘best out of good’.

    Tad Vidya Acharya Seva – Serving, respecting, admiring and following resourceful teachers and scholars of related field,  Post-graduation, and Ph.D. studies or any other higher studies being connected to a guide or teacher who helps us finish studies. 
    Those were the times of Gurukuls when Ayurveda was propounded and propagated. Being in the proximity of teachers and serving them paved way for extensive and comprehensive studying and learning. Following the footsteps of the teacher was the method of learning from their experience.