Intro: It is the time to go through the Vedic implementations in medical field to understand the success of Heritage Indian Sciences in modern chronic diseases before the explanations of their methods.
India is the only society who announced the technical principles of universal formation and its various forms of usage. Our ancestors recognised that the worldly appearances can be explained through objective scientific outlook. They also realised the knowledge can be performed in ‘inside-out way and outside –in way’. The sensory limited perceptions never make reality in objective outlook, is the major findings from India, and they depended on enlightened outlook for the perfect perception.
The way of perception is the major difference between nastik and astik darshans. Through the channel of ‘Astik darsan’, anything in this universe is observable with the help of worldly parameters and dual nature. From an external view of physical world, this is more comfortable and progressive for the society. In 8th Century, Sree Sankaracharya tried to re-establish the inside-out outlook, and made a missionary to fix the heritage wealth of India.
Hrishis from India realised the role of five elements, as primordial basement of universe, and the formation theory of universalities. They knew how to utilise the elementary nature and technical aspects of universe, and developed mathematical solutions for the same, with supportive diagrams. They used the Panchamahabhoota Sidhanta, through four major Vedas, but restricted the flow of external implementations with the shores of dharma and moksha. They based only on Rig Veda principles and utilised prana, mind, intellect and body for a perfect co-ordination as other three Vedas.
During the Nastik darshan period, the technical principles of universal control, popularised as Tantra, used the base of Adharva Veda. In this period, every spiritual methods, converted to external gross form, and it concreted the ‘outside-in’ outlook. In this period, Sama Veda principles (sound energy and prana management) also converted to external technicalities and used external media as a reverse engineering. More than internal abilities of human, nastic influence used external media for better life-style management. The influence makes a modern term for Self-realisation (Aatma Sakshatkar) also with the help of external mechanisms and elements.
In the same manner, the external outlooks also influenced Ayur Veda, and it converted only as healthy body management. Bhootavijnan got converted only as the interaction with ‘spirits’. Instead of beyond the universe-integrated knowledge, the implementation principles redeem to ‘visible and invisible universal’ formations for human senses. Without an integrating soul, there is no possibility to get a perfect objective perception on Bhootavijnan or Mahabhoota Sidhanta. The perception from inside the universe makes lot of inceptions and it also makes a friable nature in its implementations. For maximum existence of a universality, we need to take support of ‘beyond the universe outlook’ of our realised souls, and astik darshans.
Bio-Plasmic Modulation (BPM) Therapy is a therapy method, with two faces. First one is fundamental face and second one is periodical implementation part. The co-ordination of these two parts is completely based on yogic principle and Vedic philosophies of ancient India. We divided the implementation of Mahabhoota Sidhanta through four Vedas. Major four fundamental implementation methods are based on, Marma Shastra and Nadee Shastras, sound energy management and seven notes, Natya Shastra and various physical and subtle movements and more from yogic implementations.
This method took para and apara aujus as the connecting link, which is able to co-ordinate the body-mind intellect-prana integration to keep the ultimate goal of life-moksha. As per the fundamentals, one, which can lead you to moksha, is considered as dharma. The gross form of body, executed by Tridoshas can be considered as a tool or machinery to take you to moksha. The mode of management of the mechanism is well-defined in India through Bhagwad Gita and Kathopanishad. It is the time to go through the Vedic implementations in BPM Therapy to understand the success of Heritage Indian Sciences in modern chronic diseases before the explanations of methods.
(With inputs from Bengaluru based institute, Luminous—An Illuminator of Science & Humanity)