Rishi Prabhakar - A spiritual cure for cancer
by Rishi Prabhakar
There are a few things I am concerned about. One is to create a cancer therapy centre. This is close to my heart. We want to offer the hope that cancer can be regressed. Perhaps not in all cases, but in many more than are occurring presently.
At Siddha Samadhi Yoga (SSY), we have proved that under certain conditions, we can cure chronic diseases. However, we were unable to cure cancer. For many years, I pondered over this question. What is the cause of cancer? One day in 1996, while at Los Angeles, I got the clue to the answer. All cancer patients fall into the Mooladhara chakra. Most ordinary people operate from the Swadhishtana, where the excitation of the senses rules. Cancer patients fall into Mooladhara because of their total unwillingness to live. The main cause of cancer lies in deep-rooted resentment and unexpressed anger. The person is so frustrated with the circumstances of his life that he does not want to live. They have been so badly disturbed that they neither want to live nor die. Take, for instance, the case of a woman whose husband is a drunkard. She is trapped within the marriage and has no escape except death.
In India, our traditional family obligation is both a blessing and a curse. Many are happy but some are deeply unhappy, because they do not have the choice of leaving the marriage. In the West, people are free to make their choices.
What we propose is that they make an initial diagnosis gauging the seriousness of the condition. We cannot handle 4th stage cancer because it spreads too rapidly. Unfortunately in India, most cancer is not detected at the initial stage because tests are expensive and the scans are not thorough. Hence, it is detected too late and many pay the price.
We are willing to take responsibility for those patients who have at least six months to live and are not yet bedridden. They must be in a position to walk at least half a kilometre.
We suggest that such people be displaced from their negative and destructive environment and entrusted to us. They must undergo chemotherapy and any operation advised. After that, they must come to our ashram and be taken care of by us. The family members must be willing to let them go. Even prisoners are free after their sentences. Even bankrupts are given a chance to start all over again. Cancer patients must be given relief from their karmic duties.
In our ashram, they will start experiencing that life is worthwhile. We will give them naturopathic treatment and teach them SSY. They will be exposed to an airy healthy environment.
We anticipate that in six months, the patient will begin to feel that he wants to live. Being in an ashram, this will happen. The cancer will automatically start regressing.
Later comes stage two of the treatment. We have got to make them self-sufficient. To achieve this we will take them on a padayatra. We have leaders who can organise these things. Wherever they go, they will find willing people to give them food and drink. The whole village will support them with whatever they need. They will experience first hand the extraordinary providence of God. They will experience God at every step. Whoever you meet will be God, for they will take care of you. Walking in the morning, they will avail of the early morning sun rays, which is good for health.
They will feel a sense of extraordinary happiness. We would like them to feel that they can live outdoors, they do not have to be in a room. The experience will shower so much grace upon them, they will feel the environment blessing them and they will realise that they can live anywhere.
In 20 days of padayatra, they will become transformed human beings.
On their return, they will want to live independently. They will have a new lease of life and be very grateful. They will want to do seva. We have enough ashrams to provide them with dharmic activities. They will thus be converted into useful members of society.
Even if they die the very next day, they will die happily. But they will live.
This approach is only possible in India. Because the concept of padayatra or seva have only taken deep root here.
I am waiting for the facilities to be completed to launch this project, which will be a breakthrough in cancer treatment anywhere in the world.
Contact: Manoj Lekhi (SIddha Samadhi Yoga)
Ph: (022) 24440959, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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