11 June 2013
People in many countries have been enjoying a presentation on 'The Individual is Cosmic', often reporting improvements in their health and well-being as a result.
'The Individual is Cosmic' was created by brain researcher Dr Alarik Arenander, based on the Model of Vedic Physiology developed over many years at Maharishi European Research University (MERU) in the Netherlands.
The model was developed as a practical application of the discovery by neuroscientist Tony Nader, MD, PhD,* under the guidance of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, of the correlation between specific aspects of the Vedic Literature with the structures and functions of human physiology—that the Vedic Literature is the 'blueprint' of the physiology. Dr Nader's discovery is described in great richness and detail in his landmark first book, Human Physiology: Expression of Veda and the Vedic Literature.
Dr Rainer Picha, Minister of Health of the Global Country of World Peace, who worked closely with Maharishi and Dr Nader in his research on the structure of Veda in human physiology, reported recently on the history of the development of the model. The final design was ready for production only after many variations, he said; the Model of Vedic Physiology is now available to people all over the world, due to the dedicated research of Dr Nader and other experts.
Click here to read more about the development and application of the Model of Vedic Physiology, and how it is designed to enliven the body's inner intelligence and promote health.
Once the model was produced Dr Arenandar, a neuroscientist, educator, and researcher in brain development and human potential, created a framework in which to present it, 'The Individual is Cosmic'. The presentation, including a demonstration of the model, has become very popular in locations around the world, as it was clear from the beginning that viewing it had a powerful positive effect on the mind and body. The positive effects, Dr Nader explained, are a combination of several factors that draw the human awareness inward to its most fundamental aspect. (read more)