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American Journal of Biomedical Research. 2014, 2(2), 19-28
DOI: 10.12691/ajbr-2-2-2
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Health, Piety and Peace by Spirit, Ayurveda, Modern Yoga & Science

RAVI S PANDEY1, 2,

1World Health Piety and Peace Center, Panch Nibia-Shesh Ke Pura-Belvan Padari Mirzapur, India

2Mahima Reasearch Foundation & Social Welfare, BHU Varanasi

Pub. Date: May 15, 2014

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RAVI S PANDEY. Health, Piety and Peace by Spirit, Ayurveda, Modern Yoga & Science. American Journal of Biomedical Research. 2014; 2(2):19-28. doi: 10.12691/ajbr-2-2-2

Abstract

Wise men of intellects know that the materialistic human body is genetically controlled, environmentally modulated and controlled by unknown deluding power (Maya) or ULTIMATE. In the current period of time, Lust, Anger, Greed, Pride, Jealous, duplicity, perversity, hypocrisy, malice, heresy, pride, infatuation, concupiscence and arrogance pervade the whole universe. All are unreal, even though remedy is unknown. In this presidential address, I am bringing the new insights of these invisible agents and their remedies in association with diseases of mind, brain and body to provide complete health, doctrine and peace to whole world. The available unfathomable universe (Spirit, Piety, Vedas, Puranas, Agamas, Modern Yoga and Science) has been churned out in the laboratory of Nature and nectar like medicine has been discovered in the form of Ayurvedic, Yoga, Devotion, Wisdom and Dispassion. In brief, the root cause of diseases is the unreal concept of universe that is duality. Where is duality? In real fact, this does not exist and we all are just sleeping in night of delusion. All the human beings are bound to live their life under three humors “Sattva, Rajas and Tamas” and three states “Awaken, Dream and Sound Sleep” under the management of nature as slave of Desire, Senses & Mind. Indeed, all are suffering by time; fate; merit; demerit or disposition, but exact reason is unknown. In this, my approach is to bring the hypothesis of evenness theory in scientific society as the time is constant, only the dangerous waves of ignorance are flowing in the current period of time in all over universe. Under steeped condition, I and other have studied the level of DNA, RNA and Protein that is visible. Thus, we believe science with complete confidence and faith. Is there any remedy available to eradicate these invincible factors of diseases? Yes! Interestingly, in the laboratories of Nature, I have developed the remedies for these invincible factors along with an Ayurvedic formulation for the treatment of Vitiligo. Considering the very limit of Nescience and tremendous grief of whole universe, I have worked little hard to developed some nectar type medicine and in stage to reframe the universe by providing Health, Doctrine & Peace.

Keywords:
Health Piety Peace Spirit Ayurveda Modern Yoga & Science

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