Ayurveda is more as 5,000-year-old system of natural healing that has its origins in the Vedic culture of India. Although suppressed during years of foreign occupation, Ayurveda has been enjoying a major resurgence in both its native land and throughout the world. Ayurveda is a holistic Indian system of medicine recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO). Ayurvedic medicine – the process of health therapies research shows that people who feel confident in themselves can solve problems and make better decisions, take more risks, assert themselves, and strive to meet their personal goals. By properly using the power of consciousness, we can change / heal the body, nomatter in what state it is (with thoughts, feelings, diet, lifestyle). The goal of Ayurvedic science is to maintain health in a healthy person and treat disease in an unhealthy person. Ayurvedic medicine gives an individual the opportunity for a balanced, happy life (Svastha), and fills the soul through the Ayurvedic processes of happiness and clarity (Sattva) and eliminates the negativity that is present in the human body. For example, in order for the body to achieve harmony (inner and outer happiness – Sukha), ayurvedic rubbing massage with warm oil (Abhyanga) is very useful. The soul is not a thought, feeling, perception, or performance, but what in us thinks, feels, has senses and which is wrapped in our Karma. Ayurveda is generally understood as ‘Science of Life’ translating ‘Ayus(r)’ as Life and ‘Veda’ as Science. People who work in Ayurvedic medicine must approach the hearts and souls of all people with great love and light to guide them towards an active path of the acceptance of those life habits, which will strengthen their health on a physical, mental and spiritual level.