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Dr Rainer Picha presents the field of transcendental silence as revealed in the human physiology
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11 March 2008
During the celebration of the Vedic Calendar day of Maha Shiva Ratri*, on 5 March 2008, Dr Rainer Picha, Minister of Health of the Global Country of World Peace, expounded on Maharaja Adhiraj Raja Raam's discovery of total Natural Law, the Veda, in the human physiology—in particular the physiological expression of the silent administration of the universe, Shiva.
'Shiva represents silence in the physiology', explained Dr Picha. 'Silence is found in every gap between two structures, as in the synaptic gap between two neurons.'
Dr Picha presented slides of the traditional illustration of Shiva, a depiction of pure silence. Shiva is traditionally pictured as sitting quietly, a sliver of moon resting on his forehead. Around his neck Shiva wears Rudraksha beads, and beside him is a Damaru, 'drum', and trident. The river Ganga (Ganges) flows from the crown of his head. According to the discovery of Maharaja Adhiraj Raja Raam, the first Ruler of the Global Country of World Peace, the significance of these details of Shiva's form has been revealed in the corresponding structure and function found in the human brain.
'The shape of the Damaru, or ''drum'', held by Shiva resembles the diagram used in Maharishi Vedic Science to show the transformation of one syllable of the Veda to another: two cones collapsing to a silent point in the middle. This Damaru represents all the gaps in the physiology and the transformation from one structure to another in the silent gap.'
In a slide showing a lateral section of the brain, Dr Picha went on to compare the shape and function of the hypothalamus to that of the moon on Shiva's forehead. 'The hypothalamus is responsible for feelings and emotions. Enlivening Shiva—the field of transcendental silence—creates balance and harmony in the emotions.'
One by one each item was related to a particular structure and function of the brain. The string of Rudrashka was correlated to the fluid vessels of the choroid plexus. The cerebrospinal fluid, which flows from the ventricle system and down the spinal cord and spinal canal, resembles the river Ganga flowing from Shiva's head.
Dr Picha cited the research of neurologist Dr Lyubimov, whose EEG studies show greater coherence, harmony and integration in the brain during the practice of Transcendental Meditation. This research indicates that hidden reserves of the brain open up to their full value during the silent experience of Shiva—transcending.
*Maha Shiva Ratri: In the Vedic Calendar, the celebration day of the quality of Natural Law pertaining to silence.
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