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Maharishi Hospitals and Colleges of Vedic Medicine inaugurated on the birthday of Krishna
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5 September 2007
On the auspicious day of the global celebration of Krishna Janmashtami, 4 September 2007, Dr Walter Molk, Deputy Minister of Health of the Global Country of World Peace, inaugurated 58 Maharishi Hospitals and Maharishi Colleges of Vedic Medicine around the world. Dr Molk leads the group of doctors who are developing the hospitals and treatments; and he directs the curriculum development of the Maharishi Colleges of Vedic Medicine, which will include Vedic dance therapy.
Dr Molk said that it was 'very befitting to inaugurate a complete and natural system of Health Care—Maharishi Hospitals and Maharishi Colleges of Vedic Medicine—on Krishna Janmashtami, because Krishna is representing the ideal of Brahm (total Natural Law)—the ideal of eternal health.'
The Maharishi Hospitals will offer a wide range of diagnostic and therapeutic approaches providing the most modern and most ancient systems of health care, Dr Molk explained. These will include the most natural system of detecting disorders in the body—pulse diagnosis, a technique that enables physicians to detect imbalances in the body before they manifest as disease. One major aspect of the Vedic treatments is a seasonal physiological purification procedure called Panchakarma. These treatments rid the body of deep-seated impurities deposited each season, so that every season one starts with a new, revitalized physiology.
Dr Molk also explained that the Maharishi Vedic Hospitals will provide suitable and effective therapies from all different systems of health that have been proven effective without negative side effects. Their goal is to provide relief and restoration of perfect health to patients. 'We will enliven the inner healing power of the body and strengthen the physiology,' Dr Molk said, 'allowing each person to gain mastery of their own physiology.
'We will also offer programmes for the reversal of ageing to provide creativity and energy for the mind and body. The slogan for these programs is: As the age advances, the age prolongs. . . . Our hospitals will fulfil the need for comprehensive and complete health care, for the diagnosis and treatment of disease, and the promotion of health and longevity.'
He pointed out that, since these effective treatment modalities are needed now, they will rent buildings in which to offer them until the 400-500 room hospital buildings are built. There will be an area in the hospital and the college for each therapy provided. Dr Molk pointed out that all the different therapy fields lie in different aspects of the Vedic literature. For example, the theory of Vedic dance therapy is based in four different areas of the Vedic Literature—Gandharva Veda, Dhanur Veda, Sthapatya Veda and Ayur-Veda.
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