Marma Therapy (Marma: energy point in the body. Chikitsa: treatment, healing methods, medicine, therapy, healing program), which according to Ayurvedic teaching represents a complete healing program, is one of the great healing secrets in Ayurveda: the art of treating very special vital points on the human body.
It can be used to detoxify, strengthen and vitalize, to rejuvenate and relax or to release energy blockages.
The path of marma points (vital points) and the nadis, which are widely branched energy paths in the body, play an important role. Through them we can stimulate the function of internal organs, strengthen the self-healing powers and harmonize mind and body.
This method can improve vision, correct our digestive system, relieve headaches, relieve tension and many other everyday complaints.
Marma therapy with its treatment of the vital points is comparable to the acupuncture points of traditional Chinese medicine. However, many marmas are larger and often include the smaller acupuncture points.
One of several tales is the one about Shiva and Sati:
Shiva is Daksha's son-in-law. (Shiva is also called "Lord of Yoga". It is part of the gods' trilogy "Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva" and symbolizes the destroyer. Sati, Dakshas youngest daughter becomes Shiva's wife (Sati means the right, the ideals).
Daksha organizes a great sacrificial feast to which he invites all the gods and saints to a great family feast, the whole world family. He does not invite Shiva alone, his son-in-law, because he is from a lower caste. Sati takes her husband's insult to her heart in such a way that she goes to her death to punish and blame her father for it. She is so sad about her father's mendacity and the lack of love in the world that she throws herself into the fire and dies. When Shiva learns of his wife's death, he is beside himself with pain. He takes the dead woman on his back and walks the world with her. So he neglects everything else and takes care of nothing else. The world is slowly getting into disorder. Brahma, the Creator God and Vishnu, the Sustainer God, want to put a stop to this. They cut the body of Satis and bury the pieces in various places throughout the country. These places now become holy places of pilgrimage. They are the places where longing returns into people's hearts. These "places of death" are the Marmas.
The Marmas bring back the memory. If you remember, you can come back to life, all borders are broken in these places. These are places where the longing remains, places of remembrance of what happened here. Man experiences the world. For him, however, it must not be imprisoned in the memory of what brings death, otherwise he does not live in reality.
In Marma Chikitsa we try to reconnect the individual Marmas (the unique pieces of Satis), so that new life is awakened and life can be experienced anew and alive again, in its wholeness, in its fullness.
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