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Science of Sri Vidya Benefits DNA Genesis, Says Dr. Sunita Rana Agarwal
Date:3/19/2008

WASHINGTON, March 19 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The following was released today by Dr. Agarwal Hospital:

An eye surgeon / scientist breaks the code to form human DNA. The scientific community world wide had thought we were 10 years away from making DNA, however, an Indian eye surgeon has made the first breakthrough in the making of DNA and used it on her patients in India for the last 4 years. Dr. Sunita Rana Agarwal attributes the Science of Sri Vidya to this phenomenal discovery. A third generation eye surgeon with 81 years dedicated to eye care, Dr. Agarwal has strived towards newer discoveries; with DNA Genesis a new road towards scientific achievements is reached. Speaking at a press meeting at the National Press Club in Washington D.C. today she said this was possible because Sri Vidya, which she will teach.

Though Sri Vidya is not a religious practice, it is the easiest form of meditation, an esoteric secretive yogic principle known to ancient India. With the emergence of teachers from India many of the yogic principles had percolated into American life, with most people understanding yoga to be different postures practiced for health of the body. Sri Vidya is a technique where the mind too can be tamed and brought into stillness, which itself is meditation.

The practice of Sri Vidya does not believe in curtailing desire, it shows desire with a new light where it could be focused into a laser beam of knowledge and action. This three way plan of Desire - Knowledge - Action is the basis of Sri Vidya.

The term Sri Vidya means the ultimate wisdom. It cannot be learnt from books or surfing the net, and has to be taught from Guru to disciple since there are so many rituals and meanings in it that would remain obscure in any other format.

There are three parts to the practice, the Yantra or the symbol which is the Sri Chakra a pyramidal geometrical design where the student makes his own body into the Sri Chakra through recitation of the Mantra in the Mudra of the Padmasana or the lotus pose. Through a special technique she calls Planetergy, slides made with patients' blood could be seen, where black snakes drain energy, combated by crystals in the shape of the Sri Chakra. Thus we can fight disease and depression, with the knowledge of Sri Vidya to make more of these crystals.

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