MANA HI MANYSHANAM KARAN BANDHAN MOKSHAYOH
Ayurveda believes that mana (spirit) is the main cause of attachments and detachments or proclamation and renunciation.
We know that mana is the bridge between body and soul.
Dincharya is our daily schedule for a lifestyle according to Ayurveda. It is obvious that Dincharya is the basis of this lifestyle, which depends entirely on our Chitta Vrittis, i.e. on our likes and dislikes. These in turn are determined by our status as Satva, Rajas and Tamas, i.e. our Manas Prakriti.
Another important point is the tripod of life: Ahar, Nidra and Brahmacharya.
The daily routine should be planned and carried out by both our Sharir and Manas Prakriti in such a way that it runs effortlessly, which in turn determines our mental stability and the mental stability of the proper implementation of the schedule. They are interdependent.
The mechanism of interaction between Dincharya, mind and soul will be the purpose of the lecture.
The components of Dincharya are dependent on the belief in comprehensive health, not just physical. Mental health, spiritual health, social health and other aspects that make us a radiantly happy, healthy individual must be considered.
Mental stability depends on the balance between the three Eshanas (desires) in the life according to Ayurveda.
The first is the desire to live a healthy, fruitful life, the second is the desire to have resources in abundance, and last but not least the renunciation or liberation, so to speak, the improvement of life beyond life, just as Ayurveda believes in rebirth. Moksha or liberation means to have freedom from the cycle of birth and death.
These concepts are briefly discussed as they depend on and are influenced by Dincharya or lifestyle in simple terms. Achar Rasayana of Ayurveda is nothing more than a perfect way of life, for which Dincharya is a rock in the surf.