Conquering Chronic Disease Through Maharishi Vedic Medicine
Over 100 million Americans suffer from chronic disease-hypertension, chronic fatigue, migraine headaches, asthma, allergies, arthritis, anxiety, etc. Unfortunately, modern medicine has not been able to provide complete relief. In this thoughtfully written book, Dr. Reddy provides a new paradigm for the origin, progression, and treatment of chronic disease.
Drawing on the wisdom of Maharishi Vedic Medicine, she describes how disease begins when the body becomes disconnected from its own inner intelligence, and progresses with unhealthy patterns of eating, thinking, and living. The natural therapies described here work where modern medicine has failed because they eliminate disease at its source rather than simply managing symptoms.
Included are case histories from Dr. Reddy patients and scientific studies that verify this approach.
"Iowa's Enlightening Magazine"
Local writer Linda Egenes recently co-authored a new book with Kumuda Reddy, M.D., called Conquering Disease through Maharishi Vedic Medicine.
THe book offers a new paradigm: the holistic, natural approach of Maharishi Vedic Medicine, which treats disease as its source without negative side effects.
Linda Egenes is the author of more than 250 popular articles and one other book on Maharishi Vedic Medicine.
A publication of the Maharishi University of Management
May 1, 2002
Faculty member Linda Eugenes has co-authored a new book with Kumuda Reddy, M.D., called Conquering Chronic Disease Through Maharishi Vedic Medicine.
The book explains the six stages of disease and describes how Maharishi Vedic Medicine offers diagnostic tools to detect disease in the early stages, before symptoms manifest. It offers a range of solutions, including diet, lifestyle, herbal formulas, the Transcendental Meditation program, and other techniques to develop consciousness.
The book also describes the relationship of the Veda and human physiology as discovered by His Majesty Raja Nader Raam, Tony Nader, M.D., Ph.D. The book highlights case histories of people who have recovered from serious illnesses by using these approaches and includes numerous scientific research studies.
University staff and faculty members who helped with the book include Shepley Hansen, Mary Zeilbeck, and Martha Bright.