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A Study on Promoting Physiological Personalities of the Students by Vethathiri Maharishi’s Nine-Center Meditation Using Quantum Magnetic Resonance Analyzer

Raj Kumar, G. R. Valliammal


The nine-center meditation of simplified Kundalini yoga was formulated by sage Vethathiri Maharishi. It involves the following centers: Mooladhara, Swadhistana, Manipuraga, Anahatha, Visuddhi, Agna, Thuriya, Shakthi Kalam and Shiva Kalam. Meditation is done on all the nine centers, seven of which are endocrine glands located within the physical body and Shakthi Kalam, Shiva Kalam are universal field and absolute space respectively. Meditation commences at Mooladhara Chakra, followed by meditation on each of other Chakras and concludes when the mind merges with absolute space. The quantum magnetic resonance analyzer is a scanning machine working on the basis of electromagnetic waves of body cells. The weak magnetic frequency and energy of human body is collected by holding the sensor. After amplification by the instrument and processing by the built-in microprocessor, the data are compared with the standard quantum resonant spectrum of diseases, nutrition and other indicators incorporated in the instrument. Finally, it generates reports on 22 health parameters. To prove the research concept, students of two different schools pursuing 11th standard were selected and chosen – one as experimental group and the other as controlled group. After six months of regular practice of the nine-center meditation, the former group of students progressed well compared to the later in the following: considerable increase in hormone secretions of endocrine glands, insulin in blood and BMI and significant decrease in pulse rate, blood pressure and blood sugar level. The nine-center meditation regulates and promotes the secretions of hormones which uplift physiological functions of humans.

Keywords: Mooladhara, Swadhistana, Manipuraga, Anahatha, Visudhi, Agna, Thuriya, Shakthi Kalam, Shiva Kalam

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