By Vishnu Makhijani
New Delhi, March 24 (SocialNews.XYZ) Vaccination alone is not the panacea against disease, as the regeneration of the human body “also depends on the calm and serenity of our mind,” says guru Mickey Mehta of holistic health, which combined ancient Indian sciences like yoga and Ayurveda with modern concepts in association with celebrity chef Sanjeev Kapur for “Immunity-Plus” – a book that will help you “revitalize in 28 days” and slowly gaining cult status.
The writing of the book has been the subject of considerable thought and research, driven by Dr Ali Irani, Head of Physiotherapy Department at Nanavati Hospital, Mumbai and Physiotherapist for the India Cricket Team of 1987 to 1997, who says his “the flavor of spirituality is like the icing on the cake”.
“Today, immunity is about getting vaccinated, but yes, alongside vaccination, you also have to eat healthy, clean and green; eat according to the rules of the body’s Cardiac rhythm; eat according to the seasons; eat by region. Never overeat, don’t eat like an animal, and don’t train like an animal – and that’s the first step to immunity,” Mehta told IANS in an interview.
“Regarding immunity for tomorrow: remember one thing: our cellular regeneration also depends on the calm and serenity of our mind. It is therefore necessary to meditate, to calm down, to calm down, to to fit in, to practice silence and stillness. Science says that in this way the markers of aging go down, diabetes and blood pressure go down and not only that – your immunity goes up,” he said. added.
Then there is immunity for the next day.
“In addition to all the things mentioned for today and tomorrow, the day after will be born from today. Be in seamless continuity today and tomorrow so that your day after is perfect. This passes through psychological and emotional well-being, laughter, song, dance and above all, philanthropy.
“You will be surprised what philanthropy, good work, good kriya, good karma, good dharma, good karya have to do with immunity. Fulfillment of your mind and joy of your mind will spin around the functions of endorphins (chemicals released by the body to relieve stress and pain) So your biochemistry, your bioelectricity, your biomechanics will all translate into your immunity,” Mehta explained.
All of this, combined with cleanliness, hygiene and purification, not only prevents infection, but “deep breathing and steaming are very important, as is the practice of ‘langhanams’. This includes fasting from activity, food, thoughts and all the “kleshas” (misdeeds of the mind). It’s a very good way to prevent infections,” he said.
Vegetarianism, Mehta claimed, is a very clean and healthy way to eat and live “because there are no scientific papers ever published on eating meat for health.”
“Health is just anything that heals, anything that integrates you and makes you whole, anything that soothes you, calms you down, makes you perfect. So there are theories and philosophies for going vegan. As much as veganism is a good trend today, it’s a bit of an extreme measure that is very difficult to achieve and maintain,” he warned.
Although there is “nothing like it if you can go vegan”, Mehta also pointed out that milk, curd and ghee from cows “which are not abused by drugs, hormones and antibiotics and are not pushed to excessive yields are a healing blessing, strengthening and integrating you”.
Ultimately, he said, good health depends on long-term commitment to four important pillars of a yogic lifestyle: “achar” (wholesome regular activities), “vichaar” (thoughts and attitude), “ahar” (healthy and nutritious food), and “vihar” (appropriate recreational activities to relax body and mind) – not to mention “vishram”, the rest we all need.
“Dhyana” (prolonged meditation) and sadhanas are also beneficial as they help to “correct bodily dysfunctions, disorders, diseases and realign us with wholeness. It helps bring our memory back to wholeness by healing us”, supported Mehta.
The Vedic philosophies, he reiterated, are the true forces of well-being and well-being.
“With ‘samarpan’ (dedication) you will achieve ‘santulan’ (perfect balance). From there you get the universal ‘samarthan’ (support), followed by ‘saamarth’ and ‘saksham’ (potential/ability) and ‘sankalp ‘.” (spiritual determination). It gives you ‘siddhi’ (power of manifestation), which leads to ‘samruddhi’ (prosperity),” Mehta explained.
How was the book, published by HarperCollins, born?
“It all started many moons ago when it occurred to me that immunity is fundamental to human health. This is understood by Vedic shashtras, Vedic science, yoga and Ayurveda and it inspired me from within to write a research paper on the same and publish it,” Mehta said.
He approached his “very good friend” Dr Ali Irani and asked for his support and “together with my assistant physiotherapist Dr Havovi Rana we started this journey and it went very well”.
As he was halfway through, some people suggested that the research papers aren’t read by everyone, so why not expand them “and turn them into a version of a science, philosophy, and to-do book.” So he approached another ‘very, very good friend’, chef Sanjeev Kapoor, to partner with him to contribute immunity food ‘because there’s no one better than him”.
“And here we are; it’s an immunity plan plus for the world. It’s a 28-day vitality program, which introduces you to invincible immunity. More importantly, it has optimal movement therapy , which means all kinds of training, including yoga, he has breathing disciplines – all kinds of prananyama, he also has food for four weeks, and he has meditation for four weeks.
“It’s a perfect marriage between Vedic wisdom and modern scientific frontiers. So my friends, embrace Lifetime Immunity, to be energized, maximized, and immune to get Mickeymised,” Mehta concluded.
Let Dr. Ali Irani have the last word: “This book is a masterpiece and a treat for all readers. Mickey, continue your service to humanity.
(Vishnu Makhijani can be contacted at [email protected])