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Second International Seminar on Microvita Research

RNT Medical College, Udaipur, Rajasthan, India, 8th April, 2016

By Dr. Vartika Jain

After the success of the First International Seminar on Microvita Research in 2012, a second seminar was held at Pediatrics Seminar Hall, RNT Medical College, Udaipur, India with equally favorable outcome. The seminar was organized by the Society for Microvita Research and Integrated Medicine (SMRIM), Udaipur and the main theme was “Mind, Microvita and Meditation”.

Chief Guest of the Inaugural ceremony was Prof. H.K. Bedi, Ex-Principal of RNT Medical College, Udaipur, who emphasized the need for research on the mind’s potentialities in view of microvita science. Prof. Suresh Goyal, Head of the Department of Pediatrics, RNT Medical College, Udaipur, was Special Guest of the ceremony. Dr. S.K. Verma, President of SMRIM, welcomed all the guests, and Dr. Vartika Jain, Secretary of SMRIM, presented a brief overview of the Society’s current activities. During the inaugural ceremony the 3rd issue of the 7th Volume of SMRIM’s official magazine, Bulletin on Microvita Research and Integrated Medicine (BOMRIM) was released, and three eminent personalities were felicitated with Fellowship in SMRIM for their sincere efforts in propagating the concept of microvita and integrated medicine. On this auspicious occasion, Dr. Ac. Shambhushivananda Avt. inaugurated the official website of AMURT, Udaipur (www.amurtudaipur.org).

Four invited lectures and three oral presentations were delivered at the Seminar in two technical sessions. Henk de Weijer from Amsterdam gave an excellent talk on “Local Forms of Consciousness”. Dr. Ac. Shambhushivananda Avt. from Sweden spoke on “Spirituality – the Path to Divinity” and explained that both inanimate and animate are the embodiments of consciousness. He said that microvita could be the missing link between matter and spirit. In addition, Prof. S.K.Verma from Pacific Medical College, Udaipur gave a talk on “Mind, Microvita and Medicine”. He described how mind is behind every disease and the action of microvita is behind medicine. Dr. Renu Khamesra from RNT Medical College, Udaipur talked on “Neurosciences behind Meditation”.

In the second technical session, Dr. Phool Chander from Punjab, India talked about some references of “Microvita in Patanjali Sutra”. Dr. D.K. Verma from Udaipur demonstrated about “Microvita and their Role in the Efficacy of Homeopathic Medicine” by showing some real examples. The final speaker was Dr. Kailash Choudhary of Kanore, India, who spoke about the existence of “Third Eye in Meditation”. At the end, a panel discussion was organized where queries of the participants were resolved by the invited speakers.

Issue42_Page_9_Image_1About 100 participants from all over the country and from abroad attended the Seminar. The consensus was that research on this mysterious subject should be started at the earliest possible date in collaboration with different faculties of science.

Talk at B.Ed College in Udaipur

Dada Shambhushivananda spoke at the Teachers Training College outside of Udaipur on Neohumanism and led a day of training in Yoga and Neohumanist Education.

“Sá vidyá yá vimuktaye - Education is that which liberates”