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Who was Maharishi?



The vision of the wise Maharishi

“Ayurveda will be projected as the most supremely evolved system of perfect health. From both points of view, prevention and cure. The most supreme approach to perfect health, the most profound system of maintaining perfect health. Most profound system of maintaining perfect health because it deals with consciousness, it deals with mind, body, senses, the whole environment. It deals with all levels of manifestation of life and it deals with that holistic value of life, which permeates all these different levels of expression and that is self-referral state of pure consciousness.” – Maharishi

So much is written and spoken about him: Who was Maharishi Mahesh Yogi?

Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, physicist and Indian sage, was regarded during his lifetime as the foremost expert in the study and development of consciousness.

With his initiative, not only Ayurveda but also other Vedic sciences have been restored and brought into the context of modern scientific discoveries.

Revival of Consciousness-Based℠ Medicine – Maharishi Ayurveda

Maharishi Mahesh Yogi has restored Ayurveda, whose parts were scattered over the centuries, to its complete wholeness and has brought consciousness as a healing element back to its original meaning.

This comprehensive form of Ayurveda known as Maharishi Ayurveda has been recognised as such and become available throughout the world.

Health, vitality, creativity and happiness

Maharishi Mahesh Yogi’s contribution is the key point for a modern and holistic system of health. Millions of people are grateful for improved health, vitality, creativity and happiness as well as the reduction of anxiety, stress and psychosomatic disorders – benefits that they have enjoyed as a result of implementing the knowledge and practices of the Maharishi Ayurveda system of health.

After his passing on 8 February 2008 at a ripe old age, Maharishi was honoured by the government of India, his native land, with a state funeral on the banks of the Ganges, at a place rich in tradition, near Allahabad, for his contribution to the welfare of the whole world.