Saturday, July 9, 2011

Yoga, Pranayam help in spinal cord problem

Honorable Swamiji,
Sadar Charan Sparsh

I am 21 years old. In 2008, I appeared for Army Staff Selection Board but my spinal cord was bent towards right and thus was pronounced unsuccessful. But I was granted one month’s time to correct it. I contacted Patanjali Yoga Samiti, Renukoot and the Yoga teacher helped me a lot.

Pranayam cures heart, kidney and asthma

Honorable Swamiji,
Sadar Charan Sparsh.

Swami ji, I was immensely benefitted by pranayam, as suggested by you. It helped curing heart, kidney ailments besides breathing problem. My wife was suffering with sugar but she too got relief. Yog Sandesh has really changed our lives. I wish that your dream of healthy India
would realize soon.

Yoga and medicines helped me in becoming mother

Swami ji,

I am a resident of Pradhan Nagar, Siliguri. Till 40 years of age, I did not enjoy motherhood. I tried my best and followed various advices but no effort gave any result. Th en I took medicines from the local service center, running under your guidance. I regularly started watching Astha channel and performed Pranayam and Yoga accordingly. Due to effect of yoga and medicines, I am now a proud mother of a son.

Yoga treats heart blockage in arteries without by-pass surgery

Swami ji,

I am a 53-year- old woman and since 1976, I am working in Indian Olympics Association (IOA). On November 22, 2004, I suffered a heart stroke. Then, I went for medical check-up, during which it was established that my two arteries were blocked 90 percent and 85 percent respectively. In Apollo hospital, I underwent Angiography. On January 11, 2005, the panel of doctors unanimously advised to undergo by-pass surgery. I was very disappointed and depressed as I did not want to put under knives. Hence, I decided not to go for by-pass operation whatever may come.

Indian Culture: Not anti-science

We have experienced Indian culture at macro level, which is compatible with the laws of science.

What is essential is to familiarize ourselves with the finer aspects of it.

According to the Yajurveda, for a happy life discoveries of science are essential. Why Eastern culture, which means India and its culture are richer than the
Western culture. Th is question keeps on poking at the youth of the country. Some of our aged people, discarding the knowledge of science, assume religion, spiritualism, recitation of hymns, fasting, ascetic practices and worshipping as the Indian culture. And, when any young person does not go to the temple or doesn’t wear vermillion on his or her forehead, these aged people, out of despair, speak out the same cliché. What to do, times have changed children are blindly following West forgetting Indian culture and tradition.

On the other hand, others take pride in terming Indian religion, spiritualism and noble Hindu tradition as superstitious, orthodox, hypocrisy and relics of the past. Th ey think they have progressed and laugh at religious people, calling them idiots, simpletons and dimwits.

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