In Ayurveda, there is an interesting precept called “svarup guna” perhaps best translated as: “what you see is what you get”! In other terms, it is the idea that shape (or form) and function are intimately connected. This meansCCC-img1 that the shape gives away the properties that we can expect. The best quickest example is to think of the walnut and how it is shaped like the brain. In addition, we know now that a walnut is, in comparison to other nuts, very high in omega-‐3 fatty acids, which supports and nourishes the brain. The walnut looks like a brain and is a great food for the brain.
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Dr D has all factored into the swami interphase
TCM principles as well
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