February 26, 2006

Our cells carry the death-instinct

Positive health: The Y.M.C.A. Auditorium in New Delhi was the venue of a seminar on positive health the other day. The seminar was organised by Mr Inder Agrawal, Director of the Institute for Positive Health State. The main speaker and explainer was Sri Gyanchandra, who is the Secretary of the Sri Aurobindo Chetana Samaj, Delhi. For 35 years, he has been researching on and experimenting with "Death Instinct vs Life Instinct and Plus-Psychology."
"Our cells carry the death-instinct engraved deep in the cells", says the learned Sri Gyanchandra. "Like record-disc. This death-instinct influences all our thoughts and deeds whether small or big. Life is itself a highly positive and natural state but due to this death instinct it cannot grow properly and fully. Special gestures, body postures, voluntary alteration of the conscious state and new techniques of vital energy accumulation must be understood properly". Sri Gyanchandra is a sincere student of modern scientific developments. Apart from this, he is a well-known and deep explorer, researcher and promoter of supramental yoga of Sri Aurobindo.
One can do without medicine, without difficult exercises and fasts etc. Body gestures, mental practices and energy-accumulating practices are not difficult to understand and, once understood, are easy to practise. These are logical and effective. Worry, depression, loneliness, boredom, energy depletion, panic and confusion are curable. Sri Gyanchandra's neo-yoga has gone to the village level, besides going abroad. — Cynthia Kanjhlia Tribune News Service Wednesday, July 21, 1999

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