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Diagnosis: Brain Tumor
by Susan Cohen
Yoga Journal Translate This Article
10 January 2005
The January Issue of Yoga Journal offers a personal story in which the Transcendental Meditation Programme (TM) along with the practice of yoga asanas became the primary tools that helped business woman Annette Dale recover after brain surgery. It is a joy for Global Good News service to feature this news, which indicates the success of the life-supporting programmes Maharishi has designed to bring fulfilment to the field of health.
According to the article, following surgery to remove a tumour in her brain, half of Dale's face, throat, and digestive tract were paralyzed, making it impossible for her to eat or speak. It was during the rehabilitation process that Dale learned to meditate. The first time she sat to meditate, she felt the sensation of movement in her face for the first time since surgery. Dale was quoted as saying, 'In four years, I only missed two sessions (of mediation). When something is right, you don't have to make yourself do it.'
When she was able to begin exercising, Dale discovered Yoga. Dale told Yoga Journal, 'If I did any kind of exercise too much, my immune system would crash, and I would get sick. Yoga was the only thing I could do that would not make me sick. It made me feel strong again.'
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