🌿Rhythms of nature and human biorhythms🌿
🌸The daily rhythm of the properties of the surrounding nature depends on the change of day and night, the cyclicity of the earth's revolutions around the sun
🌸The classical diurnal rhythm, according to Ayurveda, for the spring and summer periods:
⏱time from 2-6 am and from 2-6 pm - prevail properties of Wind (💨Vata dosha)
⏱time from 6-10 am and from 6-10 pm - prevail properties of Water (💧Kapha dosha)
⏱time from 10 am - 2 pm and from 10 pm - 2 am prevail properties of Fire (🔥Pitta dosha)
🌙 The monthly rhythm of the internal properties of living organisms according to Ayurvedic concepts is largely related to changes in the phases of the moon. The full lunar month is 27, 32 earth days. It consists of three cycles lasting nine days and is reflected in the change every 4,5 days of the internal properties of living organisms: Wind, Water and Fire
🌎The annual rhythm is associated with the circulation of the earth around the sun for 365 days or one year. Ayurvedic year has 2 main seasons: winter and summer and 2 intermediate: spring and autumn. Each season lasts about 3 months. In India, the ayurvedic year begins not on 1 january, but from 15 april
🌿Properties of Fire (🔥Pitta) begin to prevail in april - may. In summer, the influence of the Wind (Vata💨) increases, in autumn until mid-october it is replaced by the properties of Water (💧Kapha). Winter until mid-january is in the predominance of Fire (🔥Pitta), and from late january to mid-march, the prevalence of Water (💧Kapha). Ayurveda indicates the difficulties for living organisms the first two weeks of the beginning and end of the next season, characterized by the fall and growth of Wind, Water or Fire
Video by @aleksey.bulavin #lifeintheclouds from beautiful #himalayas 🙏🏼
I don't know who these guys were or where they were from. But there was one thing I was damn sure about. They were as happy and excited as I was being there in that moment away from all the crap back home 😃
Serenity at the peak ❤️
Another shot of tents in foreground, mighty Dhauladhar range behind & a glimpse of Dharamshala city !!
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“Safar khoobsoorat hai manzil se bhi (The journey is more beautiful than the destination)”
The Triund trek is pretty easy for someone who Treks on regular basis but it definitely isn’t short of some serene views.
You can either choose to start from McLeodganj or Dharamkot, which is 2 km ahead of McLeodganj. The trail is 7 km from Dharamkot and passes Galu Devi temple.
I on the contrary Started the trek from Dharamshala which made the trek distance of about 16-17 km.