In his Preface, the author expresses his
desire to bring yogic medicine to the general
public. "My purpose is to let people cure
Just as diseased body organs can be restored to normal by
administering medicines internally or externally, they can also
be healed, more safely and more perfectly, with the help. of
Yogic Asana and Madre’s. The aim of this book, therefore,
is to make the general public aware of the Yogic methods of
treating the various illnesses.
My purpose is to let people cure themselves by practicing
the Asana. and Madre’s described in this book. . People are
requested not to take the risk of practicing Asana and
Mudras by themselves, but rather to do so under the guidance
of an experienced Acarya (spiritual teacher). Ananda Marga
Acaryas will always be ready to help without any remuneration. Detailed instructions for practicing the Asana and
Mudras, for bathing. etc., have been given in Part Three of
Ananda Marga Caryacarya (Shrii Shrii Anandamurti,
Caryacarya Part III [Anandanagar: Ananda Marga
Pracaraka Samgha, 1979]).If necessary. the reader may consult that book.
Along with the Asana and Mudras. a list of some free or
inexpensive and easily-available. but proven and useful, medicinal remedies, as well as the methods of their application. has
been. given in this book. The public can. make use of these
applications by themselves. or. if needed. may consult experienced Acaryas in this respect also.
Due to limitations of time, it is not possible for me to enter
into personal correspondence with anybody. Any person having
questions regarding the Asana and Mudras and their performance, or the medicines and their applications, may contact their
respective Acarya, or may get in touch with the secretary of
their local village or district committee or of the Central Committee of Ananda Marga. So much for now.
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