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Dr Robert Schneider explains the speciality of Maharishi Vedic Medicine and Transcendental Meditation in reducing heart failure
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15 March 2007
Dr Robert Schneider explains that Dr Hagelin's explanation of Maharishi's Vedic Medicine and the enlivenment of total Natural Law is the only one for the findings that we have seen in the latest study and in the other research on Transcendental Meditation.
Even the modern theory of stress reduction is only partial, Dr Schneider said, because the methods that reduce stress firstly do not reduce psychological stress very effectively on average, and secondly, the physiological changes are not on average as effective as the Transcendental Meditation Programme, which are more consistent and broad based.
'So there really is no complete modern explanation on the level of 'classical medicine' to use Dr Hagelin's analogy of classical physics,' Dr Schneider said. 'It is quite partial. 'Billiard ball medicine' is quite imperfect and it's incapable of explaining or discovering this technology.
'The effects that we've seen on this broad array of symptoms and the effects we've seen on life span—heart failure is an ageing disease—and Transcendental Meditation is effectively reversing extreme ageing,' said Dr Schneider.
Up until now it has been thought that enlargement of the heart and failure of the heart was normal ageing, Dr Schneider said. 'A person died of old age, that's how it was thought of in the past. So this reversal of a serious disease, which is a serious aspect of the ageing process, can only be explained on a level that goes beyond 'classical medicine' because there is no classical medicine that has these effects.'
Drugs are not even so effective at the end stage, Dr Schneider said. Invasive surgery is a last-ditch attempt to keep the heart going because everything else has failed with this condition, so actually the explanation Dr Hagelin has given from Maharishi is the only one that must be the source of the physiology, that's recreating the physiology.
'We're recreating the heart, we're remoulding the heart, we're rebuilding the heart,' Dr Schneider said. 'Where did it come from this new heart function? Where did the new muscle activity come from because it was failing before? It is recreating from within itself, so one can really think of Vedic Science analogies and the explanation Dr Hagelin gave as the most important, because it is really recreating from the source of the physiology.'
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