True grit



April 2014

By Jamuna Rangachari

Jamuna Rangachari profiles the inspiring story of Inder Singh who not just defeated multiple sclerosis, but in the process has turned into a guide and counselor to others

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When my article on healing myself of multiple sclerosis (MS) through acupuncture got published in Life Positive, I forwarded it to the Multiple Sclerosis Society of India (MSSI), so other patients could benefit. Through this organisation, I made my acquaintance with Inder Singh (name changed), an ex-IITan, whose grit and determination have helped him achieve a fantastic victory over this seemingly incurable condition.

In 2000, Inder had difficulty taking more than three steps at a time, and was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. The neurologist told him there was no cure for this ailment, and he would have to learn to live with it. At 38, the bleak prospect plunged him into depression. But the fighter that he was, he soon shook himself off the debility, and decided instead to focus on solutions.

Serendipitously, he had been exposed to the Silva mind control method before his diagnosis, and he now started practising it diligently.

Along with this, for nearly 12 days, he researched on his ailment primarily on the Internet, and realised that steroids, which were the only thing offered by the allopaths then, were neither safe nor really effective.

He knew he could have issues in reading, in bowel and bladder movement, and perhaps in mobility. With a will, he began to do pranayam such as kapalbatti, anulom vilom and brahmari every day.

At that time, Swiss balls, which are now available for improving mobility, were not available in India. Hence, he began attempting to stand on one leg at a time. He began by standing for one minute, one leg at a time, and has graduated to standing for 12 minutes on each leg, which is a redoubtable achievement even for the healthy.

At the same time, he scoured the internet for new solutions. He had read in the Harrison Internal Guide that lack of Vitamin D is the primary cause of multiple sclerosis, and that turmeric could perhaps be effective in resolving this deficiency. His research also showed him that turmeric improved the immune system. He bought and still buys fresh turmeric which is easily available in India, and consumes one inch of turmeric after boiling it with water every night.


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