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Maharishi Ayur-Veda expert to deliver keynote address at international conference
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23 November 2010
Dr Robert Schneider, leading cardiologist and expert in Maharishi Ayur-Veda health care, has been invited to give a keynote address at the World Ayurveda Congress to be held 9-13 December in Bangalore, India.
The congress will bring together 4,000 delegates from 50 countries. Its aim is to explore the effectiveness of the traditional health system of India.
Dr Schneider will present on Maharishi Ayur-Veda with three main points:
1. Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's model of Total Health, total wisdom, and total wealth.
2. Total health is based on balance.
3. Balance is based in the experience of Atma (the Self, the Unified Field in modern science) by means of the Transcendental Meditation Programme.
Dr Schneider will also present compelling research findings in the following areas:
1. Improvements in cardiovascular health through Maharishi Ayur-Veda, and especially through practice of Transcendental Meditation
2. Improvements in mental and physical health through Maharishi Panchakarma (rejuvenation therapy)
3. Antioxidant, anticancer and anti-atherosclerotic effects of Maharishi Ayur-Veda herbal products
4. Curative effects of Vedic Sound therapy, such as Maharishi Vedic Vibration Technology
5. Collective health effects for society—the Maharish Effect.
Also presenting at the conference, on the topic of food purity and safety, will be Dr John Fagan. The two presentations will give conference attendees a profound understanding of the firm scientific basis for benefits of Ayurveda, including the use of double-blind placebo-controlled studies.
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