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Electronic Display Model of Veda in the Human Physiology
Description
Electronic Display of Veda in the Human Physiology   With Maharishi’s inspiration an electronic display of Maharaja’s discovery of Veda in the Human Physiology has been developed by the Global Health Ministry. This technically sophisticated and well-designed display explains Maharaja’s discovery with the help of a human figure and blinking lights indicating were the Vedic sounds express themselves in the human physiology.   The presentation is supported by an easy to understand commentary of about 30 minutes, which describes how the 10 Mandals of Rik Ved express themselves in the human body. After each Mandal a short Vedic recitation of that particular Mandal is heard while the blinking lights continue to indicate the counterpart in the figure.   This combination of understanding, hearing, seeing, and experiencing links the intellectual understanding of Maharaja’s discovery with the direct experience of Veda in the Human Physiology and make the viewer realize how these sounds enliven the body’s innate intelligence. This leads to the complete absorption of a key aspect in Maharishi’s teaching: Natural Law is the source and basis of our existence and can be used to enliven the body’s inner intelligence.   The display is now available to be exposed in all Peace Palaces, Towers of Invincibility, Maharishi Spas, MAV Health Centres, Invincibility Centres, and also in every private home. For more information contact: HealthMinistryOffice@Maharishi.net.   -- See http://www.globalcountry.org/wp/current-projects-2/maharishi-college-of-perfect-health/
Links
http://www.mumpress.com/other-items-of-interest/mvhp.html
Broader Term
Maharaja Nader Raam's discovery of Veda in the Human Physiology
Related Term
40 Aspects of Veda and Vedic Literature
Book(s)
http://maharishi-programmes.globalgoodnews.com/publications/books.html#human-physio  
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