Your body is meant to be free of pain, illness, and disease. The rishis who wrote the Ayurvedic texts 5,000 years ago knew this. They outlined panchakarma, a powerful Ayurvedic whole-being cleanse and rejuvenation practice. Ayurvedic wisdom is as true today as it was then.
When ama, or toxins, build up from poor diet, disharmony or stress, the disease process starts. Panchakarma, when combined with an ongoing conscious lifestyle, can boost your body’s natural defenses to reverse this process.
Body detoxification and cleansing practices have become very popular. While many of these one-size-fits-all practices offer short-term relief, problems often return because they only cleanse what is sitting in the digestive tract. Panchakarma is different because it draws toxins out of the deeper tissues and into the digestive tract to be dispelled. The plan is designed for your specific doshic imbalance and the purification processes are nestled in between phases of preparation and rejuvenation to optimize your body to the cleanse. The result: removal of deep seated toxins and a gentle and total reconditioning of the colon and digestive tract.
Here at Hale Pule, we’ve been supporting people through panchakarma for decades and have seen firsthand the impact. People with unexplained skin rashes watch them dry up and disappear. People who have struggled with mental instability and digestive issues leave those behind after 10 days dedicated to panchakarma. This is what can happen when we allow ourselves space for deep healing.
If you’re considering panchakarma, here are a few things to keep in mind:
Some people are intimidated by the idea of panchakarma, but the process of letting go of old toxins can shine light on new parts of yourself. In order to grow, we must let go. This is where true healing begins.
Hale Pule’s Panchakarma Home Therapy runs twice a year in spring and autumn, the optimal times to cleanse your body.