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Model of Veda in human physiology presented in Vienna by Austrian physician who helped develop it
by Global Good News staff writer
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6 March 2013
The centre for Maharishi Ayur-Veda health care as well as the Transcendental Meditation programme in Vienna, Austria, is housed in an elegant building which is well oriented according to principles of Maharishi Vastu architecture. In addition to offering instruction in Transcendental Meditation and its advanced programmes, the centre is equipped to offer a variety of Maharishi Ayur-Veda courses and treatments, including Panchakarma (rejuvenation therapy).
The centre hosted a special event welcoming distinguished visitor Dr Bevan Morris, Prime Minister of the Global Country of World Peace. During the programme Dr Rainer Picha, an Austrian cardiologist who since 1996 has been a full time researcher at Maharishi Vedic University (MVU) in Holland, gave a presentation about the Ramayan, one of the great epics of the Vedic Literature, in human physiology.
Dr Picha, who is Minister of Health of the Global Country of World Peace, described the historic discovery of Professor Tony Nader, MD, PhD, correlating each aspect of the Vedic Literature to a specific area of physiology, with the conclusion that human physiology is the expression of Veda and the Vedic Literature. In appreciation for this achievement, Dr Nader was honoured by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi with the title 'Maharaja Adhiraj Rajaraam' and given responsibility for guiding the Global Country of World Peace.
Utilizing a beautiful and carefully designed model of Veda and the Vedic Literature in Human Physiology, Dr Picha highlighted the correlations between the parts of the physiology and the sounds of the Veda.
Dr Picha worked closely with Maharishi and scientists at MVU, including Dr Nader, throughout the many stages of development of the model, which was then built under the guidance of a group of special technicians. People who have seen the model in use say that it is very impressive. It has become an especially useful teaching tool for Dr Alarik and Dr Cynthia Arenander in their course, 'The Individual is Cosmic', which they have taught in many countries.
The model is designed so that when a specific Vedic sound is played, the part of the physiology corresponding to that aspect of Vedic Literature is illumined with a blinking light—representing how the sounds of the Veda, which Maharishi explained are the basic building blocks of creation, resonate within the human physiology. The vibration from each Vedic sound awakens the deep inner intelligence of the part of the physiology it is aligned with, Dr Picha explained.
Dr Morris commented that experiences validate that listening to the sounds of the Veda can be very nourishing, even healing, to the part of the body that is enlivened.
Another Austrian physician, Dr med Walter Mölk, was also very involved in the research and development that led to the completion of the model of Veda in Human Physiology. Dr Mölk founded the Austrian Society of Ayurvedic Medicine and was founding medical director of the first Maharishi Ayur-Veda health clinic in the country. He holds the position of Deputy Minister of Health of the Global Country of World Peace.
Global Good News will feature more about Dr Morris's tour of countries in central and eastern Europe in the past year.
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