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Music And Superhealth Dr. Shriniwas Kashalikar


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Music And Superhealth Dr. Shriniwas Kashalikar

  2. 2. The healing of an individual and the universe together constitute superhealing. This process of superhealing is marked by the process of mass consciousness merging with the core consciousness of the apparent universe and the inner universe of experiences! This is practically primarily manifested in the form of Namasmaran. But in addition it is also characterized by holistic growth and development all sciences and arts including music. One of the most important points to be made here is that of music. Besides superficial and casual entertainment; the music can influence the apparent and inner universes more profoundly and if understood properly, then more beneficially! Concretely speaking; Deep Raga would heal conditions which are marked by KAPHA such as hypothyroidism and Mghamalhar Raga would heal
  3. 3. the patients of hyperacidity. The other ragas would also influence the five principles in the apparent and inner universe profoundly. Hence they also can be suitably used in accordance with their effects on the five principles of the universe viz. fire, earth, water, wind and space. The five principles can be corroborated with catabolism and sympathetic activity, anabolism and parasympathetic activity, tendency to form edema, tendency to develop bronchial asthma and disorientation/loss of memory; respectively. This is a pure guess work and has not been verified by suitable experiments on the basis of my hypothesis viz. raga can influence five elements in universe and individual i.e. apparent and inner universe. Namasmaran would engender the blossoming of holistic perspective, growth and application of music & it would evolve in terms of details. DR. SHRINIWAS KASHALIKAR