Smriti Ayurveda Dhyana Chikitsa (SAMT)

Certificate programme in interactive guided meditation technique based on Ayurveda psychotherapy

Ayurveda identifies the root cause of the disease as Prjnaparadha (intellectual blasphemy). Piled-up emotions interlocked with memories from childhood to till date can influence the responses of the body and mind. That determines our physical and mental health. Ayurveda considers that every individual is capable of being aware of negative emotions within them and transforming them into positive ones. Unfortunately in modern times, we are trained not to look inward. This lack of internal awareness is the major cause of many psychosomatic diseases.
Smriti meditation is a unique technique developed to transcend to subtle layers of our being. It gives interactive guidance for a smooth transfer to the deeper layers. This helps the person to identify the root cause of the disease and uproot them. This is an effective method in almost all psychosomatic diseases, especially migraine, arthritis, asthma, thyroiditis, insomnia, panic attacks, depression, phobias, irritable bowel syndrome, etc.

Program Objectives:

The course is designed to provide in-depth theoretical knowledge in Satvavajaya treatments and practical training in Smriti Ayurveda Meditation Therapy. The course is designed in such a way that the learners should undergo self-experience of the beneficent effect of the Therapy.

Program Duration and Structure

Nine days program with 50 credit hours.