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Dr John Hagelin comments on the latest research study on Transcendental Meditation - Part I
by Global Good News staff writer
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13 March 2007
In the global News Conference 28 February, following the remarks of Dr Robert Schneider about the latest research study on Transcendental Meditation, Dr John Hagelin, Minister of Science and Technology of the Global Country of World Peace, commented on the study in terms of Maharishi Vedic Medicine.
Dr Hagelin said that Transcendental Meditation is one component of the remarkably broad Vedic science of health, which in the past has gone under the name of Ayur Vedic medicine.
'Maharishi has revived Ayur Vedic medicine in its completeness in this scientific age as Maharishi Vedic Medicine, and has restored the Veda in Ayur Veda,' said Dr Hagelin.
The results we have seen here with heart failure is a direct application of this very deep aspect of Vedic Medicine, the Vedic part of it, because Transcendental Meditation is consciousness-based technology, a consciousness-based treatment. According to Maharishi's Vedic Science and the incredible research of Maharaja Nader Raam, consciousness is the basis of physiology, the holistic value of human physiology, Dr Hagelin said.
This is completely consistent with modern Physics, Dr Hagelin said, which has discovered the Unified Field, the unified source of the diversified universe, including the unified source of the diversified physiology. 'So even modern physics would directly corroborate Maharaja Nader Raam's discovery that human physiology arises from consciousness and is ultimately nothing but consciousness in precipitated form'.
Maharishi Vedic Medicine is consciousness-based medicine, said Dr Hagelin, and Transcendental Meditation is a completely consciousness-based technique. It enlivens consciousness and enlivens, therefore, the unified foundation of the diversified physiology.
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