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Dr Schneider addresses World Ayurveda Congress in Bangalore
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26 January 2011
Robert Schneider, M.D., dean of the Maharishi College of Perfect Health, recently gave a keynote talk on Maharishi Ayurveda at the World Ayurveda Congress in Bangalore, India—the largest international meeting on Ayurveda.
The congress brought together 4,000 delegates from 50 countries in order to promote and propagate Ayurveda as a solution to the major health care problems facing societies East and West.
Dr. Schneider's topic was mind, body, the environment, and consciousness in Ayurveda. He began by giving the theoretical model of unified field-based health care. He then spoke about how the 40 approaches of Maharishi AyurvedaSM fit into this model and showed how the model is supported by research on the Transcendental Meditation technique, Maharishi Ayurveda herbs, Maharishi RejuvenationSM therapy, Maharishi Vedic Vibration TechnologySM, the Maharishi Effect, and Maharishi JyotishSM.
'The idea that consciousness is the basis of all healing was new to many of the delegates,' Dr. Schneider said. 'And they were also very interested to learn about the full range of approaches that are classically described in the Ayurveda texts and practiced by Maharishi Ayurveda—all based on consciousness, the inner healer.'
Faculty member Dr John Fagan also gave a major address on the uses and hazards of biotechnology applications in the production of Ayurveda food supplements.
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