Below are quotations by Shri Mataji about Sahaja Yoga and Health…
“To cure patients is very simple. If a tree is sick and if you try to cure the leaves, then it will not work. If you become subtle and cure the roots, then it will work out. If we can get to the roots, then we nurture their centers and achieve the balance that would make every thing so wonderful, through the connection with the energy called ‘kundalini’ .
Latest Scientific experiments prove that regular Sahaja Yoga meditation can prevent various physical and mental disorders e.g.: hypertension, angina, heart attack, bronchial asthma, epilepsy, aplastic anemia and hemiplegia, leukemia, cancer, diabetes, spondylites, depression, anxiety and neurosis and migraine.
All the problems of the human beings are because of their chakras. Some how if you can cure these chakras or put them right, all our problems can be solved.
Asthma has been cured through Sahaja Yoga very easily. All liver patients are getting rid of diseases through the regular meditation. Mainly diabetes is caused due to too much thinking. Sahaja yoga helps diabetics patients to achieve the balance.
Links to Health pages of interest
Dr Ramesh Manocha’s results in asthma relief scientific paper. read, online at Medical Journal web site of Thorax
Dr Ramesh Manocha’s results in ADHD using SahajaYoga Meditation
or Download the PDF file from this web site for the link above(Asthma Relief scientific paper).
or for the less technical read the laypersons version.
Dr. Umesh C. Rai, MBBS, MD, FIMSA, Director of the International
Sahaja Yoga Research and Health Centre, Mumbai. India
Sahaja Yoga helps in menopause.
Sahaja Yoga Meditation Increases the Gray Matter in our Brains (full scientific paper)
Sahaja Yoga Meditation Increases the Gray Matter in our Brains (short version)
BBC web site. View the copy of the BBC web site, read what they said about Sahaja Yoga Meditation and the relief it has given to Asthma sufferers.
Rajeev Choudhary, ‘Effect of Sahaja Yoga Meditation on the Nutritional Assessment of University Students’, International Journal of Sports Science and Engineering 5(2) (2011)
Linda J.Harrison, et al ‘Sahaja Yoga Meditation as a Family Treatment Programme for Children with Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder’, Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry 9(4) (2004)
Lili Hernandez, Crossing boundaries between body and mind
V.K.Sharma, et al, ‘Effect of Sahaj Yoga on neuro-cognitive functions in patients suffering from major depression’, Indian J Physiol Pharmacol 50(4) (2006)
Sheng-Chia Chung, et al, ‘Effect of Sahaja Yoga Meditation on Quality of Life, Anxiety, and Blood Pressure Control’, Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine 18(6)(2012)
Dr Ramesh Manocha MBBS BSc (med) PhD is a GP, educator and researcher. He completed his undergraduate medical studies at the University of New South Wales. His PhD was completed at the Royal Hospital for Women and focused on the scientific evaluation of meditation and the mental silence experience.
Ramesh is currently a senior lecturer at the Department of Psychiatry at Sydney University and is also the founder and convenor of Generation Next, a national circuit of professional development seminars for education, health and welfare professionals. He also chairs a major series of seminars around Australia focused on family medicine that feature topical issues in clinical practice and public health issues relevant to primary health.
Ramesh is regularly sought out by the media for comment on various health and medical issues, complementary medicine and meditation. He is frequently engaged to speak to audiences in the community, educational, public and corporate sectors.
Silence Your Mind is his first book.