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Dr Robert Schneider gives plenary talk at conference in India
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9 March 2012
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The article features a plenary presentation given by Robert Schneider, MD, FACC, Dean of Maharishi College of Perfect Health at Maharishi University of Management, at the largest international congress on yoga in contemporary society, recently held in Bangalore, India.
Dr Schneider spoke on the Transcendental Meditation technique as the essence of yoga described by Maharishi Patanjali, parallels with modern physics, and the research showing the physiological effects and health benefits.
The conference, attended by over 5,000 people, was centered around trying to make the traditional knowledge of yoga practical in contemporary society, and focused on areas such as the scientific study of yoga, its applications in education, and its role in public health.
''There's considerable awareness of our research among this group of people,'' Dr. Schneider said. ''They're proud of the work done by Maharishi University of Management faculty over the years, and they refer to it all the time. They even asked me to greet our pioneering scientists, such as Keith Wallace and Fred Travis. They view the research on Maharishi Yoga—physiological, neurophysiological, and clinical—as being the foundation of the field. And they appreciate that our research program continues to lead the way.''
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