Dr. K.K.Aggarwal to deliver a lecture on Science behind Indian Mythology at IMSA Conference 2010 London

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Delhi,,

Padma Shri & Dr. B. C. Roy National Awardee Dr K.K.Aggarwal has been invited by the annual conference of the International Medical Science Academy to be held at Royal Society of Medicine London (UK) and will be delivering a lecture on Science behind Indian Mythology on 10th of this month to be attended by doctors from all over the world. The conference for the first time is having a session on Holism, a challenge in Clinical Medicine.

Dr. Aggarwal who is an expert in allopathic aspects of Indian Mythology has written a book on Alloveda which combines Vedic knowledge with allopathy.

Dr. Aggarwal said that chanting of vowels produces painkillers and chanting of nasal consonant produces Tranquilizers. Dr. Aggarwal said that AUM chanted in spirituality is a combination of a vowel with a nasal consonant.

Dr. Aggarwal said that Bhagwad Gita was the first text book of counseling and first introduction to cardiac resuscitation was in Satyawan Savitri era.

Dr. Aggarwal said that when in trouble one requires multiple counseling sessions and not one. Arjuna in Bhagwad Gita required 18 such sessions. In the first chapter of Bhagwad Gita, Krishna uses the principles of patient listening. He does not utter a word and lets Arjuna comes out with his emotions.

In the second session, Krishna talks in great detail. Second chapter of the Bhagwad Gita is the longest chapter.

From 3 to 17 chapters – Krishna re-discusses, give reason for every word, reassures all the time and yet creates fear in Arjun’s mind while doing continuous counseling and in 18th chapter, he revises the whole teaching. This today forms the principles of conjunctive behaviour therapy.

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