Colors TV Releases New TV Series on “Ancient Healing” by Dr. Pankaj Naram
From April 17th, Colors TV airs episodes of “Ancient Healing” which were recorded in the Himalayas, as a camera crew followed Dr. Pankaj Naram. The new TV series “Ancient Healing” is a reality show in which doctors and researchers from the west look into the history and results of the Ancient Siddha-Veda Lineage.
More than thirty-six years ago Dr. Pankaj Naram described meeting and being trained by his master Baba Ramdas (reported to be 115 years at the time, and lived to 125 years old). Much of the training occurred in Nepal, and several episodes are recorded at the Monkey Temple, where Baba Ramdas began teaching Dr. Naram pulse healing, and the six instruments of Siddha-Veda. The show reveals what these six instruments or methods are, and how anyone can use them to live longer, healthier, happier lives. Each episode includes cases of people from around the world who came to Dr. Naram, and they share how he helped them discover how to achieve what they want, such as overcoming high blood pressure, diabetes, hormonal imbalance, ED, hair loss, weight loss, autism, psoriasis, ADD/ADHD, and other chronic and acute health challenges.
The Siddha-Veda Lineage is known to go back student to master for more than 2,500 years, originating with Jivaka, who was personal physician for Buddha. Dr. Pankaj Naram, who was chosen by his master as the current head of the unbroken lineage, discusses in the show why this ancient traditional medicine is making such a contribution to people’s lives around the world. He says the ancient texts which contain the discoveries of his masters reveals certain principles by which if people apply them, they can live to more than 100 years with strong health, happiness, and peace of mind. It is also from these texts and his master, that Dr. Naram credits with learning the properties of herbs, which combined and taken properly can have an impact in overcoming even the most challenging physical and emotional health challenges which are common in today’s world.
The show, produced by Shelroy Media, is said to be one of the first to reveal the ancient healing secrets of this particular lineage. With some similarities to Ayurveda, Siddha-Veda is distinct in its emphasis on “Siddhi” or a type of experiential knowledge (or grace) which can only be received when studying directly with a master practitioner. Dr. Naram emphasizes that Siddha-Veda, also known as “Siddhi Sahinta” or “Siddha Rahasayam”, does not have to do with religion at all, but with basic principles (like electricity) which work independently of religion. He says that Siddha-Veda goes a step beyond other traditional Indian healing methods too, because of the focus on helping people discover, achieve, and enjoy whatever they want, whether it be physical, mental, emotional, financial, with relationships, or any area of life. The secrets recorded in the ancient texts contain not only the ancient principles, but also effective little-known processes by which people can discover what they want, and then achieve it in a non-toxic way.
Also featured in the episodes beginning on April 17th are children and young adults, including Krushna Naram, Tanvi Naram, Raj Soni, Zoi Walker, Sergio Marquina, and Matthew Rogers, who are part of Shakti Partshala, “The ancient school of life achievement”. Dr. Naram says he invites children to have this experience so they can learn to face the fear of rejection, and to learn to be creators instead of consumers, which is what he says his master taught to him. In addition, they spend time volunteering at the orphanages and animal shelters that are supported by the Dr. Pankaj Naram Seva Foundation.
Dr. Giovanni Brincivalli, medical doctor from Italy, is a regular guest on the show. He explores the concepts Dr Naram shares from the viewpoint of western medicine. Dr. Clint Rogers, a university researcher from the U.S. also appears on the show interviewing people who Dr. Naram has helped to document their cases.
The show is broadcast at 8:30 am on weekends and 9:00 am on weekdays in the U.S., with similar times in Europe, Africa, and Asia. For more on the show, a listing of showtimes, or to submit any question for Dr. Naram to address on the show, you can visit: www.AncientHealing.com