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014KS Manasa Roga Ksr

014KS Manasa Roga Ksr

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doctorksrprasad@aol.in
MR-01
Impregnable mind in somatic pathology
Introduction
Manas otherwise the mind is imperial in its seat and actions. The mind accommodatesthe consciousness, thought, volition, and feeling. Its role in attention, concentration,intellect, memory or opinion derivation or the way of thinking or feeling normalcy orinsanity of a person in regard to mental faculties against objects are well established inthe good olden medical faculties such as Ayurveda. Thus, one’s behaviour and mind isused to qualify a statement of healthy or illness. Comfort of mind ultimately results inhappiness and diseased state requires ones to go for console. The sentient Atma andManas with the non-sentient Indriya and Shareera becomes the wholesome functionalhuman.Manas is component of chaturvimshati Tatwa:
iÉ§É - - - EpÉrÉÉiqÉMüqÉç qÉlÉ: - xÉÑxÉëÑiÉ vÉÉUÏU 1/6
Manas is component of Ayu:
vÉUÏUãÎlSìrÉ 
xÉiuÉ
 ÉiqÉÉ xÉÇrÉÉãaÉÉãkÉÉËU eÉÏÌuÉiÉqÉç - cÉUMü xÉ賈 42/1
Manas is a Dravya (substance):
ZÉÉÌSlrÉÉiqÉÉ 
qÉlÉ:
MüÉsÉ: ÌSvÉ¶É SìurÉxÉÇaÉëWû: - cÉUMü xÉ賈 48/1
Manas in Vyadhi (disease)
1)
 
urÉÉÍkÉ: ÌuÉvÉãvÉãhÉ ASÏrÉiÉã AÍpÉlÌÉuÉãvÉrÉiÉã mÉëiÉÏMüÉUÉrÉ 
qÉlÉÉãÅlÉÌiÉ
urÉÉÍkÉ: -vÉoSviÉÉãqÉqÉWûÉÌlÉÍkÉ 
2)
ÌuÉÌuÉkÉqÉÉÌSÇ SÒ:ZÉÇ AÉSSÉOûÏ vÉUÏUã 
qÉlÉÍxÉ
cÉãÌiÉ urÉÉÍkÉ:| ÌuÉMüÉUÉã oÉÑ®ÏÎlSìrÉ 
qÉlÉ:
vÉUÏUÉhÉÉÇ ÌuÉM×üÌiÉqÉlrÉkÉÉiuÉÇ eÉlÉrÉÌiÉirÉkÉïÇ 
A.WØû.ÌlÉSÉlÉ 1/1/ AÂhÉS¨É 
 3)
- - iÉãwÉÉqÉÌmÉ 
qÉlÉÉãSÒ:ZÉ
eÉlÉYiuÉÉiÉç 
vÉÑxÉëÑiÉ xÉ賈 1/2 WûÉUhÉcÉlSì 
 4)
ÌuÉMüÉUÉã oÉÑ®ÏÎlSìrÉ 
qÉlÉ:
vÉUÏUÉhÉÉÇ ÌuÉM×üÌiÉqÉlrÉkÉÉiÉ×Ç eÉlÉrÉiÉÏirÉkÉï: - A.WØû.ÌlÉSÉlÉ 1/1/AÂhÉS¨É 
 
 
doctorksrprasad@aol.in
MR-02
Manas Nirukti - Etymology of Mind
 
 
qÉlrÉiÉã ¥ÉÉrÉiÉãÅlÉãlÉãÌiÉ qÉlÉ: - EmÉxMüÉUOûÏMü 
 
Manas is the component which brings out the recited publicized knowledge fromBuddhi.
qÉlrÉiÉã oÉÑkrÉiÉãÅlÉãlÉãÌiÉ qÉlÉ: - vÉoSviÉÉãqÉqÉWûÉÌlÉÍkÉ 
 
No knowledge is with out Manas. Thus it is told that
 
sɤÉhÉqÉç qÉlÉxÉÉã ¥ÉÉlÉxuÉpÉÉuÉÉãpÉÉuÉ LãuÉ cÉ 
xÉÌiɽÉiqÉãÎlSìrÉÉjÉÉïlÉÉÇ xÉ̳ÉMüwÉãïhÉ uÉiÉïiÉã 
cÉUMü vÉÉUÏU 1/18
 
 
Manas is Ateendriyam (
AiÉÏÎlSìrÉqÉç)
 
 
Psycho
- means mind +
logos
is 
study, the word psychology represents the studyof mind.
 
Psychology
is the study of the human mind based on mental characteristics etc. ofa person or group where the mental aspects of an activity, situation, etc. areconsidered. It has many branches of study such as the profession (e.g., clinicalpsychology), scholarly discipline (academic psychology), and science (researchpsychology) concerned with the behavior of humans and animals, and relatedmental and physiological processes.
Different branches of psychology
1. adlerian psychology2. analytical psychology3. animal psychology4. atomistic psychology5. behavioral psychology6. behavioristic psychology7. child psychology8. clinical psychology9. cognitive psychology10. community psychology11. comparative psychology12. constitutional psychology13. counseling psychology14. criminal psychology15. depth psychology16. developmental psychology17. dynamic psychology18. educational psychology19. environmental psychology20. existential psychology21. experimental psychology22. forensic psychology23. genetic psychology24. gestalt psychology25. health psychology26. holistic psychology27. humanistic psychology28. individual psychology29. industrial psychology30. medical psychology31. objective psychology32. subjective psychology
 
doctorksrprasad@aol.in
MR-03
Manas Paryaya - Synonyms of Mind
 Ayurvedic literature uses different synonyms for Manas. They are – 1.
qÉlÉxÉç-
that which thinks
2.
qÉÉlÉxÉqÉç-
that which thinks
3.
xÉiuÉqÉç-
that which existent
4.
ÍcɨÉqÉç-
that which is instrumental to special knowledge
 5.
ÍcÉiÉç-
that which is instrumental to special knowledge
6.
cÉãiÉxÉç-
that which is instrumental to special knowledge
7.
WØûiÉç-
that which captures or grasps
 8.
WØûSrÉqÉç-
that which captures or grasps
 
Manas stana - Seat of Mind – Head (Brain)
 
ÍvÉUxjÉÉsuÉÇiÉUaÉiÉqÉç xÉuÉãïÇÌSìrÉmÉUÇ qÉlÉ: - pÉãVû 
Between Shira (Head) andTalu (Pallate) i.e. Mastishka (Brain in situ) referred as the seat of Manas byBhela.
Brain (Head) as seat is supported by –
1. It is a – Ashraya for the Indriya, Indriyavaha Srotas, Pranavaha Srotas,2. It is a Marma3. It is a seat for Pranavata (Cha.Chi.28, Su.Ni.1/13)4. It is a seat for Tarpakakapha (A.San.20/4)5. Its role is well established in Pakshaghata (Su.Ni.1/60-63)6. Its role is well established in Madatyaya (Cha.Chi.23)7. Its role is well established in Apatamntraka (Cha.Si.9/16-21)8. Injury to Head cause – Moha, Chestanasha, Gadgada, Swarahani(Cha.si.9/10)9. Injury to Seemanta Sandhi causes – Unmada, Chittanasha, Bhaya,Marana (Su.Sha.6/23)

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