Ayurveda is an ancient Indian medical (health) science which encompasses many factors that affect the health and is directed towards overall wellness. Primarily it states that any disturbance or imbalance in the three main dosha namely, Vata, Pitta and Kapha are responsible for a disease.
These three dosha are evaluated by “nadi pariksha” (translated as Pulse Diagnosis) by an Ayurvedic Doctor. Conventionally this is done by the doctor placing his three fingers on the wrist of the patient. However, there is no report or proof of what the nadi or pulse is indicating. The checking and diagnosis is all left to the expertise of the Ayurvedic Doctor and the patient’s trust on that doctor. Moreover, in this method there cannot be any comparison of change in the reading of the pulse from initial stage of disease or how the pulse responded during and after the treatment as there is no recorded data.
In the first of its kind in India, Param Shakti Healing gives a detailed report of client’s Computerised Ayurvedic Nadi Nidan i.e. “nadi pariksha” or Pulse Diagnosis. The Computerised Pulse Diagnosis System used by us, gives complete Ayurvedic Profile of the client. The data is in-depth, with high accuracy and is given in the form of a report. Unlike conventional method of nadi pariksha, we therefore, are able to give an automated computerised ayurvedic report at all the different stages of the disease and treatment. This recorded proof in the form of the report is of great value.
Computerised Ayurvedic Nadi Nidan-Pulse Diagnosis by Param Shakti Healing gives the following:
NOTE: Below is just a representation of the images and the points covered. The actual report contains the details along with the graphics/ images.
a. Nadi (Pulse) status
- Vikruti (imbalance)
- Speed (Vega)
- Steadiness (Tala)
- Intensity (Bala)
- Temperature (Tapamana) of the Pulse or Nadi
b. Dosha Balance including Sub-Dosha:
c. Dhatu Diagnosis:
- Rasa, Rakta, Mamsa, Meda, Asthi, Majja and Shukra
d. Pancha Mahabhuta:
Evaluation of the state of Five Natural Elements:
- Akasha (Sky or Ether)
- Vayu (Air)
- Agni (Fire)
- Jala (Water)
- Prithvi (Earth)
e. Pulse (Nadi) diagnosis (Nidan):Superficial Left Three points, Deep Left Three Points, Superficial Right Three Points and Deep Right Three Points with organ linked information.
f. Wheel of support and restraint:
The inter-relationship of these five elements as an equivalent of systematic mechanisms of regulation:
The above data so generated, helps in understanding your inherent tendencies and health constitution. It also helps to identify which dosha imbalance may be responsible in causing your present illness or disease. Based on the data from the Computerised Pulse Diagnosis System, the healing therapies and solutions can be accordingly offered for relief and cure.
Param Shakti Healing suggests that you do this check up at regular intervals. You can know your health status and also have evidenced based healing therapy with documented reports.