World experts assemble for historic Ayurveda Congress
The Second International Ayurveda Congress is to take place in London on
1 and 2 April at the Novotel Hotel in Hammersmith, bringing together the largest gathering of experts in Ayurvedic medicine ever seen in Britain.
Maharishi AyurVeda – knowledge of wholeness
Prof. Tony Nader MD, PhD, Patron of the Second International Ayurveda Congress, was interviewed last month by Dr Rainer Picha, Chairman of the International Maharishi AyurVeda Foundation, to discuss the specific role of Maharishi AyurVeda in promoting perfect health.
How can Ayurveda help the NHS?
We ask two general practitioners (GPs) who will be speaking at the Congress how Ayurveda could help the NHS.
A feast of knowledge
The two-day Congress will feature over 90 speakers, covering all aspects of Ayurveda.
Ayurveda for everyone
Running in parallel to the Second International Ayurveda Congress there will be a two-day Health Fair to introduce the public to Ayurveda, with the theme “Ayurveda for Everyone.” Ayurveda is India’s traditional system of natural health care; experts in both Western and Ayurvedic medicine will give talks on time-tested natural approaches to prevention of sickness and promotion of good health and longevity.
Special World Peace Assemblies for women
At the end of May, two special courses for women practising the TM-Sidhi programme will take place in the Peace Palace on the Maharishi Island of World Peace in Clew Bay, off the west coast of Ireland.
TM linked to lower stress among prison inmates
A study in Oregon state prisons found that inmates who practice Transcendental Meditation twice a day experience less stress and fewer mental health issues than fellow inmates who don’t meditate.
Timeless knowledge for higher states of consciousness
An introduction to the new edition of Science of Being and Art of Living, the definitive classic by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.