Three tier Certificate courses in Smriti Meditation are designed to provide an in-depth theoretical knowledge in Ayurveda psychotherapy and practical training in Smriti meditation. These courses are conducted in various countries in association with training institutions in Ayurveda and Yoga. In India the eligibility for the course is graduation in Ayurveda (BAMS). In Russia, Spain and Germany the courses are open to doctors, psychologists, psychotherapists, yoga therapists and enthusiasts in psychology.
Kottakkal Ayurveda School of Excellence (KASE) in Vaidyaratnam P S Varier Ayurveda College, Kottakkal
Ort, Muhlstrasse, Eilenburg
Smriti Vaibhava is the online gathering of the CSMA trained practitioners conducted by SMRITI. It is a monthly conference of practitioners for discussing various cases and informing new developments in Smriti.
Essence of Patanjala Yoga Sutra and Principles of Indian Psychology – The roots of Ayurveda Psychotherapy can be found in Patanjala Yoga Sutra. An in depth knowledge in Patanjala Yoga Sutra gives a deeper insight into principles and practices of Smriti Meditation and the whole lot of Indian psychology.
Course on Principles of Satvavajaya Chikitsa – The basics of satvavajaya chikitsa is available in various chapters on Charaka Samhita Sarira Sthana. Therefore a deep textual knowledge of Charaka Samhita is essential for practice, research and development of Ayurveda Psychotherapeutic techniques.
Restrain Training Therapy in Ayurveda – Ayurveda identifies improper, excessive and diminished union of sensory faculties with sensory objects as the major etiological factors in many disease conditions. Restraint training is a practical approach for empowering people to restraint and regulate their sensory temptations. Therefore restraint training helps to prevent many kinds of addictions, phobia, obsessions, compulsions, unhealthy temptations and other behavioural problems.