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physical forms of body and three Gunas of Indian Ayurveda

 

Physical forms of body and three Gunas of Indian Ayurveda.
The ninth page gives information about ratio of 64 lateral types of body builds with three Gunas in the context of Indian Ayurveda.
Also information about ratio of physical forms of human body and three Gunas with Nakshatras which in the context of Indian astrology are connected with astronomical movement of moon.
Also information about ratio of physical body forms and Nakshatras with deities of Vedic mythology and Argonauts in myths of Ancient Greece.

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Three Indian Gunas and physical forms of body.
Astronomical movement of moon and mythological gods.

Ayurveda in the context of traditional Indian medicine alongside with vital principles and properties of consciousness considers three Gunas or emotional attributes which too are connected with physical parameters of human body and functions of organism.
SATTVA - prevalence of open and joyful emotions - pacification in perception of outward world.
RAJAS - prevalence of joyful and sad emotions - excitation in perception of outward world.
TAMAS - prevalence of sad and quiet emotions - despondency in perception of outward world.
Three Gunas in the context of Indian Ayurveda can be compared with symbols of Chinese canon of changes i-jing and Book of Supreme Mystery or Tai Xuan Yijing, also with formal levels of physical figure and types of body build, that is shown on the chart.

three Gunas in Indian Ayurveda and physical forms of body Back and breast - sixth top and fifth lines in hexagram i-jing - top line in triatrigram Tai Xuan Yijing - Guna SATTVA.
Loins and abdomen - fourth and third lines in hexagram i-jing - middle line in triatrigram Tai Xuan Yijing - Guna RAJAS.
Buttocks and forward muscles of legs - second and first bottom lines in hexagram i-jing - bottom line in triatrigram Tai Xuan Yijing - Guna TAMAS.
Symbols of canon i-jing are formed by lines of two kinds.
- unary.
- binary.
Symbols of Tai Xuan Yijing or Book of Supreme Mystery are formed by lines of three kinds.
- unary.
- binary.
- triple.
Symbols of Tai Xuan Yijing have names which are similar to signs of i-jing but with prefix tria, namely triadigrams or triatrigram or triatetragrams.
The prefix tria is instruction that symbols of Tai Xuan Yijing have lines of three kinds.

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Ratio of lines in in hexagram i-jing and triatrigrams Tai Xuan Yijing have four variants which are shown on following charts.

Book of Supreme Mystery or Tai Xuan Yijing

triatrigram Tai Xuan Yijing - Guna TAMAS

If physical parameters of formal body levels correspond with two unary or two binary lines in symbol i-jing then corresponding lines in triatrigrams Tai Xuan Yijing are binary, that means balance of emotional attributes.
Expressed levels of back and breast - balance of Guna SATTVA.
Unexpressed levels of back and breast - balance of Guna SATTVA.
Expressed levels of loins and abdomen - balance of Guna RAJAS.
Unexpressed levels of loins and abdomen - balance of Guna RAJAS.
Expressed levels of buttocks and legs - balance of Guna TAMAS.
Unexpressed levels of buttocks and legs - balance of Guna TAMAS.

symbols of Chinese canon of changes i-jing and Tai Xuan Yijing

If physical parameters of formal body levels of correspond to position of unary above binary lines in symbol i-jing then corresponding lines in triatrigrams Tai Xuan Yijing are triple, that means misbalance of emotional attributes.
Unexpressed back and expressed breast - intensive Guna SATTVA - superfluous progression of pacification.
Unexpressed loins and expressed abdomen - intensive Guna RAJAS - immoderate progression of excitation.
Unexpressed buttocks and expressed forward muscles of legs - extensive Guna TAMAS - hypertrophied regression of despondency.

forward muscles of legs - extensive Guna TAMAS

If physical parameters of formal body levels correspond to position of binary above unary lines in symbol i-jing then corresponding lines in triatrigrams Tai Xuan Yijing are unary, that means misbalance of emotional attributes.
Expressed back and unexpressed breast - extensive Guna SATTVA - exorbitant regression of pacification.
Expressed loins and unexpressed abdomen - extensive Guna RAJAS - excessive regression of excitation.
Expressed buttocks and unexpressed forward muscles of legs - intensive Guna TAMAS - intemperate progression of despondency.
Pay attention that Guna TAMAS is intensive if buttocks on backward surface of body are expressed. But Gunas SATTVA and RAJAS are intensive if breast and abdomen on forward surface of body are expressed.
Triatrigrams Tai Xuan Yijing can be compared with Nakshatras which in the context of Indian astrology correspond to 27 days of draconic month which is connected with astronomical cycle of lunar and solar eclipses, that is shown on the chart.

Nakshatras of Indian astrology and draconic month of lunar and solar eclipses

Nakshatras in myths of ancient India are wives of SOMA who personifies the moon. Therefore sequence of 27 Nakshatras according to rules of Indian astrology corresponds to celestial order of days in draconic month of astronomical moon movement.
SOMA has epithet ABHIJIT or Carrier of Victory.
ABHIJIT from the view point of Indian astrology is between 23rd and 24th Nakshatras, namely between UTTARA ASHADHA and SRAVANA.
In some cases contemporary astrologers consider ABHIJIT as additional Nakshatra, and consequently correlate celestial complex of Indian Nakshatras to 28 sectors of lunar zodiac. But actually ABHIJIT or Carrier of Victory in the context of old Indian astrology is not Nakshatra because of correlation with mythological image of SOMA.
Look additional information about ratio of Indian Nakshatras with astronomical cycles of moon movement in the context of other website www.emotions.64g.ru on 6th page in section which is named as chronology.
Triatrigrams Tai Xuan Yijing are compared with Indian Nakshatras according to parities of lines to cells of three magic numerical squares of Pythagorean numerology and ancient Greek alphabet, that is shown on the following chart.

magic numerical squares of Pythagorean numerology and ancient Greek alphabet

Top horizontals - unary middle lines.
Middle horizontals - binary middle lines.
Bottom horizontals - triple middle lines.
Left verticals - unary bottom lines.
Central verticals - binary bottom lines.
Right verticals - triple bottom lines.
Left square - unary top lines.
Central square - binary top lines.
Right square - triple top lines.
Dark ciphers in cells of magic squares correspond to serial numbers of 27 triatrigrams Tai Xuan Yijing and sequence of 27 Indian Nakshatras.
Dark ciphers in white circles are numerological numbers of magic squares and numerical values of 27 letters of ancient Greek alphabet.
Also numbers of three magic squares in aggregate with triatrigrams Tai Xuan Yijing and Nakshatras of Indian astrology can correlate to names of 27 Argonauts who in the context of Greek mythology have navigation by the ship Argo for the Golden Fleece, that is possible to perceive as mythological information about searching of runic writing or alphabet in which letters are coordinated with astronomical moon movement and universal laws of space harmony of universe.
Partial participant of navigation of Argonauts for the Golden Fleece was HERACLES, that is possible to compare with characteristics of ABHIJIT in the context of Indian astrology. Because HERACLES has remained on island Keos and did not participate in subsequent navigation.
It is actually possible to assume that Nakshatras in the context of Indian astrology and Argonauts in myths of Ancient Greece are commensurable, that is shown on the chart.

Nakshatras of Indian astrology and Argonauts in myths of Ancient Greece

Various mythological sources of information specify different number of Argonauts. However all mythological sources have the listed names but with HERACLES and HYLAS which are partial participants of navigation of Argonauts for Golden Fleece. Because HERACLES and HYLAS remained on island Keos. It is possible to assume that initial myth about Argonauts had 27 names which can be correlated with Indian Nakshatras, and other names have been added by authors who interpreted initial myth.
Argonauts alongside with Nakshatras can be compared with Gunas in the context of philosophical concepts of Indian Ayurveda. Because personal characteristics and destiny of 27 Argonauts in myths of Ancient Greece can be considered as caused by displays of three Gunas.
Also numerological numbers of three magic squares in aggregate with triatrigrams Tai Xuan Yijing and Nakshatras of Indian astrology can be correlated to deities of ancient Vedic mythology, that is shown on following charts.

navigation of Argonauts by the ship Argo for the Golden Fleece First left numerical square.
Terrestrial deities of Vedic mythology.
1/6 - PAVAKA or ANALA.
2/1 - PRATYUSHA.
3/8 - APA.
4/7 - DHRUVA.
5/5 - TVASTAR.
6/3 - CHANDRA.
7/2 - DHARA.
8/9 - PRABHASA.
9/4 - ANILA.

Terrestrial level of universe in the context of Vedic mythology includes only 8 gods, but TVASTAR is founder or demiurge of terrestrial level, that corresponds to 8+1=9 numbers of magic square.

numerological numbers of three magic squares and deities of Vedic mythology Second central numerical square.
Atmospheric deities of Vedic mythology.
10/60 - VAYU.
11/10 - RUDRA.
12/80 - ASHVINS.
13/70 - MATARISHVAN.
14/50 - INDRA.
15/30 - PARJANYA.
16/20 - ASHVINS.
17/90 - APAS.
18/40 - VATA.

Atmospheric level of universe in the context of Vedic mythology includes 11 gods, but only seven are basic, and four are derivatives, also two are additional, that corresponds to 11-4=7+2=9 numbers of magic square.
Main among atmospheric gods is INDRA.
Additional deities are twins ASHVINS.

heavenly level of universe as Gunas and physical forms of human body Third right numerical square.
Heavenly deities of Vedic mythology.
19/600 - VISHNU.
20/100 - MITRA.
21/800 - DHATR.
22/700 - VIVASVAT.
23/500 - ADITI.
24/300 - VARUNA.
25/200 - BHAGA.
26/900 - ANSA.
27/400 - ARYAMAN.

Heavenly level of universe in the context of Vedic mythology includes 12 gods, but only eight were born as children of ADITI, and four have other mothers.
ADITI is mother and main goddess among heavenly gods, that corresponds to 12-4=8+1=9 numbers of magic square.
Look detail information about ratio of magic numerical squares of Greek Pythagorean numerology with deities of Vedic mythology on pages of other website www.wordgame.64g.ru in section which is titled as names of gods.
Also look complex set of information about ratio of Vedic gods and numbers of Pythagorean numerology with triatrigrams Tai Xuan Yijing and Nakshatras of Indian astrology, also with three Gunas and physical forms of human body in gallery.

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