Chandiroor Sreedharan Nadi Astrology

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Communists may be ideologically against superstition and astrology, but A P Abdullakutty, the CPI(M) MP from Kannur, the party citadel in North Kerala, has sought refuge in Nadi astrology, the art of reading one's destiny from thumbs.

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In the first issue of Yathra, a travel magazine published by the Mathrubhumi newspaper group, Abdullakutty has penned an article on his spiritual journey to Vaitheeswaran Koil, in Tamil Nadu's Thanjavur district, famous for the centuries-old Nadi astrology. In the article, the MP said he had squatted in front of a Nadi astrologer, in his search for his birthday, which his family had failed to give all these years. After having got the birthday, the star and other related details of his horoscope, the comrade said he had emerged out of the village a contented man.

Abdullakkutty, a supporter of V S Achuthanandan, went to Thanjavur last month soon after the CPI(M)-DYFI combine's hunt against superstitions, launched after the arrest of fake godman Santhosh Madavan. The DYFI had dubbed its drive against fake god men as 'second renaissance', and several innocent swamis were attacked during the drive.

In the article 'Your thumb says it all', Abdullakutty writes that his date of birth has been an issue haunting him all these years. He had not celebrated birthdays as he did not know the exact date. He said the journey to Vaitheeswaran Koil was a search for destiny, after he had exhausted all other means.

'It is believed that the past, present and future of all humans were foreseen and recorded by ancient sages like Vasishta and Agastya in palm leaves and kept in Vaitheeswaran Koil. There is a scripture pertaining to each individual, comprising all details from birth to death.'

Abdullakuty said he asked the astrologer to read chapters on birth and family and the latter gave 'almost' correct answers. He said he was taken aback when the astrologer asked whether he was an MP or an MLA. 'After some time, the astrologer came with my horoscope and read out all details about my birth, including the star, date and time of birth etc. And he continued to say things about my past and future. I did not hear it..I was satisfied that I got a birthday. That was enough,' he completes the write-up.

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February 24-28, 2009
Rishikesh, India
Final preparations are underway for The international Meditation and Pain Management Conference to be held 24th – 28th February 2009 at Swami Rama Sadhaka Grama. The Conference program will give those attending new understandings and tools in managing their own pain as well as those of their patients and others.
We have included a tentative schedule of the Conference in this newsletter in order for you to get a glimpse of the broad-spectrum program.
Swami Veda Bharati leading guided meditations and speaking from his own experiences with meditation and with pain management;
Yoga practices, such as meditation, relaxation, breathing, biofeedback, mudras, Yoga Nidra, 61 points, and hatha asana, that are useful in controlling pain and reducing stress;
A full day at the Himalayan Hospital Institute Trust with lectures by the faculty of HIHT, the Combined Therapy Program, the Pancha Karma Center and a visit to the Swami Rama Center;
Lectures at Seema Dental College, including a lecture on dental pain management;
A lecture on integrative therapy in clinical psychology;
A panel discussion on the views of eastern and western philosophy on the nature of pain and its management;
Evening entertainment with traditional Indian dance and music;

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Meeting Schedule:
Day 1- Tuesday, February 24, 2009:

12:00 - 4:00pm
1:00 - 2:00
4:00 - 4:30
4:30 -5:00
Welcome to Sadhaka Grama, Orientation to the facilities and area-Mr. Nijhawan and Sylvia Baratta
Welcome to meeting and overview of meeting- Susan Gould Fogerite, PhD
Introduction of Karan Singh, PhD - Veena Maitra
Inaugural Address
Conference theme address: Combined Therapy approach to managing chronic stress and pain - John Clarke, MD
Guided Meditation and Keynote address: The nature of pain and pleasure - Sri Mahamandeleshwara Swami Veda Bharati
Location: Swami Rama Sadhaka Grama
Gentle hatha yoga class – Joints and glands- Ma Sewa
Guided Meditation - Swami Veda Bharati
Pleasure as antidote to pain - Swami Veda Bharati
Mind body science: Stress, relaxation and the breath- Susan Gould Fogerite, PhD
Practice: Complete breath, Diaphragmatic breathing, guided healing relaxation in makarasana pose
Meaning and use of mantra -Swami Ritavan Bharati, MA, ERYT 500
Practice: Sweeping breath relaxation and guided mantra meditation
Integrative therapy in clinical psychology practice - Steven Parker, PhD, ERYT 500
Practice: Nadi shodhanam and Guided autogenic relaxation
Western and Eastern philosophy on pain and suffering – Ma Radha Bharati, MA and Ma Sewa Bharati
Practice: Contemplative walking meditation
4:30 - 5:15
'Cognitive Behavioural Modelling in Chronic Pain Management'- Tacson Fernandez, MBBS, FCARCSI, FIPP
Five Elements and emotional pain- Swami Nityamuktyananda, PhD, MA, M Ed, Dip.Ed. DAD, Dip Rfl, Dip HSEC
Panel discussion on nature of pain and pleasure from philosophical and psychological viewpoints-Questions and feedback from audience
Management of pain in dentistry - Seema Dental Faculty
7:00 - 8:00
8:00 - 9:00
Ayervedic perspective on nature and sources of pain – D. Sharma, GAM, Ayurvedacharya
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Location: Swami Rama Sadhaka Grama
Progressive hatha yoga class - Maya Balog, RN, RYT 500
Guided Meditation - Swami Veda Bharati
Techniques for Pain Management - Swami Veda Bharati
Title TBA (meditation and brain research)- Arnaud Delorme, PhD
Title TBA (meditation and brain research)- B. Rael Cahn, MD, PhD
'Meditation and selective attention: possibilities for pain management' -Shirley Telles, MBBS, PhD
Vipassana meditation and sleep-Dr. Ravindra
Meditation Research Panel Discussion: with questions and feedback from audience
Lecture and Workshop: Use of Mudra for control of pain- Indu Arora, MD
Classical dance performance-Jyoti and accompanying musicians
Location: Swami Rama Sadhaka Grama
Hatha yoga practice as therapy for osteoarthritis -Maya Balog, RN, CYT 500
Bus to Himalayan Institute Hospital at Jolly Grant, founded by Sri Swami Rama, and Himalayan Institute of Medical Sciences
Schedule of Speakers for Pain Management Workshop at HIHT
Dr. Kathy / Kusum
Nursing Advisor, College of Nursing
Introduction to the Himalayan Institute Hospital Trust and HIHT University
Ms. B. Maithili, Registrar HIHT University & Director of Rural Development Institute
Session 1: Integrative & Alternative Approaches to Pain Management
Use of Biofeedback for Pain Control and Stress Reduction
Dr. Anil Singhal, Professor and Head
Neurology and Mind / Body Medicine
Jhooma Barthwal, Mind / Body Medicine
Stress, Pain, Heart Disease & Health
An Ayurevedic Approach to Chronic Pain and Its Management
Dr. Ravindra Kumar Mamgain Associate Professor, Ayurvedic Medicine
Effect of Panchakarma in Management of Stress Related Problems in Women
Dr. Pratibha Mamgain, Associate Professor, Ayurvedic Medicine
61 points Relaxation Practice in Healthy & Stressed Subjects
Dr. Joyti Dvivedi, Assistant Professor, Physiology
Round Table Discussion of Questions of Above Speakers
Added to Round Table is Dr. Barbara Bova, Head of Homeopathy

Session 2: General Aspects of Pain Management for Selected Patient Populations

Pathophysiology and Modulation of Pain
Dr. Rrajeev Mohan Kaushik, Associate Professor, Medicine
Management of Pain With Cancer Patients
Dr. Sunil Saini, Professor, Surgical Oncology and the Oncology Team
Care of the Dying Patient and Family
Dr. P.K. Sachan, Professor and Head of
Surgery; Dr. Kathleen (Kusum) McKeehan, Nursing Advisor
Vote of Thanks
Dr. Vijendra Chauhan, Professor and Head of Orthopaedics, Member of Presidential Body of HIHT
7:00 – 8:00
8:00 - 9:00
Kirtan- Traditional songs and chants- ashram residents and attendees
Location: Swami Rama Sadhaka Grama
Hatha yoga as therapy for chronic low back pain - Peter Fabian, CYT, PT
Guided Meditation - Swami Veda Bharati
“Recovery of the True Self” and reading of spiritual poetry - Swami Veda Bharati
Use of yoga practices in private and group settings- Gita Morar, BA (Arts), BA HnsSW, MA
Integrative approach to managing neurological disabilities-Moreno Toldo, MD
Biofeedback demo and ashram research – Manu Fernandez
Use of Biofeedback to characterize effects of 61 points relaxation practice in healthy and stressed subjects- Jyoti Dvivedi, MD
Practice: Yoga Nidra-including 61 points-Linda Billau
Small groups develop plans and set goals for putting the knowledge gained at this meeting into personal and professional practice
Whole group reconvenes: Reports and discussion on plans to put knowledge into practice and other plans or goals to disseminate and advance this knowledge for the greater good
Meditation and Closing remarks - Swami Veda Bharati

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