Semi-paralysis for 20 years caused by Polyarteritis Nodosa – Healed!
Doctors in Madrid had given up on her condition of Polyarteritis Nodosa. And Emilia Moreno lived in a state of semi-paralysis for 20 years – she could barely walk or use her hands. And yet, after spending a couple of months at a Sahaja Yoga health centre in Navi Mumbai, India, she wrote in her farewell note stating : “I was not able to balance and my eyesight was poor. Today I can walk and write and paint … .”
*Polyarteritis Nodosa affects the arteries, which carry the oxygen-rich blood to our organs and tissues. The resulting absence of nourishment causes damage to these tissues.
Condition of breathlessness – Healed by Sahaja Yoga
And there are others like her. There is 48-year-old Shirley Ellerbee from New York who has been here for the past two months and thinks she has been cured of her condition of breathlessness. “The doctors in New York suggested operation for my weak heart. But I am rather cynical about modern medicine and chose to come here for cure.I used to be breathless even while living in suburban New York. But after about a couple of months here I actually feel much better,” says she.
It isn’t as if these people have been treated with a magic potion, but thanks to Sahaja, their physical ailments have been taken care of, as it were. Sahaja Yoga is practiced in over 90 countries all over the world. The International Sahaja Yoga Research and Health centre at Navi Mumbai is also guiding and coordinating research activities of Sahaja Yoga research centers in London, Paris, Vienna, Moscow, Kiev, Toronto and Sydney.
About Sahaja Yoga
Sahaja Yoga as started by Mataji Nirmala Devi aims at achieving holistic health care for people. The science focuses on awakening the dormant primordial energy (the Kundalini), whereby a flow of subtle cool cosmic vibrations in the body is achieved which nourishes and rejuvenates each and every cell of the body. Says Dr Umesh Rai, director of International Sahaja Yoga Research and Health Centre, “As a result of meditation, which is the basic aim of Sahaja, the body manufactures certain fluids which have curative powers, which help in overcoming the most severest of ailments.”
Another case in point is that of Nilima and Sunil Mane. The couple were seeped in the agony of childlessness even 14 years after their marriage. Thereafter, they sought solace in this holistic science. Says Nilima, now a proud mother : “It is our firm belief that it was only after a course in Sahaja that it was possible for us to have a child.”
Health Benefits of Sahaja Yoga
Article from The Indian Express: “Easy Healer”
Sudipta Basu in conversation with Dr. Umesh C. Rai (left), MBBS, MD, FIMSA, Director of the International Sahaja Yoga Research and Health Center, Mumbai