Now the CAD project has been published as “Mount Abu Open Heart Trial" in INDIAN HEART JOURNAL vol. no. 63, page 461- 469 Sep-Oct 2011 issue. Now it is world news. Every cardiologist/physician in India & World has now accepted that this 3 D Healthcare prevents angina & heart attacks. Our article is ranked first amongst the top 20 articles, the selection being made from 2.5 lakh research papers published in the category and ranked on the basis of most cited & most visited paper by (Domain of article 23550427).  


Our article "MAOHT" is ranked first amongst the top 20 articles, the selection being made from 2.5 lakh research papers published in the category and ranked on the basis of most cited & most visited paper by (Domain of article 23550427).
Address of His Excellency A.P.J. Abdul Kalam to Three Dimensional Health Care at Mt.Abu

Do you really need Stent or Bypass?


The less you open your heart to others, the more your heart suffers

Integrated Three Dimensional Approach for Healthcare
I am delighted to participate in the inauguration of the World Congress on Clinical and Preventive Cardiology taking place at Shantivan, Abu Road. I am very happy to meet and discuss issues with the experts in the fields of clinical, preventive and experimental cardiology who have gathered here and to share their experiences. I am extremely happy that cardiologists from the U.S., U.K., the Netherlands, Malaysia and many other countries have also gathered to deliberate on recent advances in cardiac care.

DRDO - Global Hospital Initiative
Keeping this in mind the DRDO took the initiative of formulating a project in collaboration with the Global Hospital and Research Centre, Mount Abu an institution of the Brahma Kumaris. They added the fourth dimension of spiritual health to take care of total heart health. In addition, this project involved a partnership from many hospitals and research institutions spread in different parts of the country, wherein cardiologists, endocrinologists, physiologists, fitness experts and spiritualists worked hand-in-hand for more than eight years to understand if this integrated mechanism can provide an antidote to the expanding global heart problem. For more...

Adress to Multi-dimensions of Cardiac Care at New Delhi

I am happy to participate in the inauguration of 2nd Asian Interventional Cardiovascular Therapeutics (AICT) conference organized by the Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions with active participation of Asian-Pacific Society of Interventional Cardiology.

My association with cardiac specialists
During the last seven years, I have participated and addressed several conferences on Coronary Artery Diseases (CAD) and possible solutions. Every time, it is indeed a great experience to interact in this important area. During this period, I have come across number of specialists in CAD, compared to any other health area. This may be due to my having more friends in the cardiac care field, some of whom are experts in open heart surgery, bypass surgery, some in interventional cardiology some of them in combination. I have seen and witnessed the whole mechanism of the heart surgical operations, treatment of patients and above all, I have interacted with many patients. Also more than five years, I had been in touch with experimental results of Three Dimensional Life Style Interventions research on Dilwallahs at Mount Abu. For more...
A Word from Course Co-ordinator

As you may be aware, Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) which leads to Angina & Heart Attacks is a major cause of death all over the world and is increasing day by day with working young population (both men and women) being hit the hardest. The real culprit for epidemic of CAD and many other diseases - e.g. diabetes, hypertension, obesity, dyslipidema (high bad cholesterol, low good cholesterol), GERD, Cancers etc - has been found to be wrong/unhealthy lifestyle. Almost every person either male or female, young or old, rich or poor, educated or uneducated, people from all casts, religions and backgrounds has become victim of this vicious/wrong/unhealthy lifestyle, that is not following one’s own biological clock, due to internal & external pressures of modern fast paced, stressful, insecure & materialistic world.

Now what should we do about it?

We, human beings have a biological clock in the hypothalamus.If one follows this biological clock/circadian cycles (best time to get up at 4 am, meditation, exercise, breakfast, work, lunch, rest, work, dinner, going to bed at 10 pm etc.) in our daily life, then one can prevent or cure (even if you have genes for those diseases) the lifestyle diseases and enjoy healthy & happy life. We, at Global Hospital & Research Centre, Brahmakumaris, Mount Abu, India, have developed a unique “Three Dimensional Healthcare Program for Healthy Mind, Heart & Body?, in collaboration with Defence Research & Development Organization (DRDO), Ministry of Defence, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India, New Delhi.

Efficiency of this program has been evaluated in two well designed clinical trails “Mount Abu Open Heart Trial? & “Abu Healthy Heart Trial? a randomized controlled trial and has been found to be user friendly effective in management of these lifestyle diseases. It is a seven day in-house program. The program encompasses intense information, education & counseling program in which each person has to participate with his/her spouse to understand it deeply, and become an embodiment of healthy & happy way of life, thereby becoming a role model for others to follow.

Every activity of this program has been planned as per biological clock/ circadian cycles of human beings, so each one can get out of their vicious/wrong/ unhealthy lifestyle. It has been observed over more than fourteen years of this program in India & other countries that, after adhering the schedule sincerely during this course, people start enjoying new healthy & happy lifestyle. The program also leads to an empowered life with strength to tackle not only the heart CAD disease but also all lifestyles related to mental & physical ailments as well. Thus, one can enjoy a healthy & happy life full of enthusiasm & bliss for the rest of his/her life. For more


Soul - Mind - Body Medicine

Multi-dimensionality to heal human being: The current medical approach addresses only one dimension, the physical body, which might explain why, despite state-of-the-art advancements in the field of medical science, the epidemic of syndrome has not been restrained. 

   A human being is not one-dimensional.  Therefore, a new model of health, ‘Soul-Mind-Body Medicine’, is called for; and Soul-Mind-Body Medicine to address the root causes of syndrome.


   Rajyoga (The real meditation to get the Willpower) is One and the other Diet, Exercise & medicine are the Zeros which will amplify the fastness to recover your health.
     Any incurable disease will heal that 100 % with Rajayoga (1), Diet (0), Exercise (0) but Medicine (0) will make it fast.  

  Health: is a harmonious interplay of Spiritual, Mental and Physical energy.  
  Concept of Soul-Mind-Body Medicine: 3 Special Features:  
Self responsibility: heal + thy; To heal thy self one needs self empowerment which comes from true knowledge, because true knowledge is 'Power'. True Knowledge comes from-

a. Right Information   a. Soul
b. Right Education   b. Mind
c. Right Counseling   c. Body

Self awareness: Healthy = Swasth
Swasth = Swa (inner self / Soul)+sth (conscious) approach become the very word incurable also means: in+curable: It is curable if we go in.

Multi dimensional approach: being is a multidimensional being & by adopting and one dimensional & two dimensional approaches one can not achieve total health, in addition Soul-Mind-Body human being has a biological clock / circadian rhythm, but in
3D approach : one has to address to all three dimensions of human being soul-mind-body in relation to biological clock.
SOUL: is a point of light that drives and keep alive the body, which reside straight to inside of the middle of the forehead. It has three faculties mainly, which are Mind, Intellect and Behavior.
Mind: main functions are Thoughts, Emotions, Attitudes and Memory (TEAM).
Intellect: is the decision maker.  
Behavior/Resolves: passing the message to the brain to react in the out side world.  
3D Brain (Central Nervous) Care
   The nervous system is a complex, highly organized network of billion of neurons and even more neuroglia. The nervous system includes the brain contains about 100 billion neurons and 12 pairs (right and left) of cranial nerves, cranial nerves and their branches, the spinal card connects to the brain through the foramen magnum of the skull and encircled by the bones of the vertebral column, which contains about 100 million neurons. 31 pairs of spinal nerves emerge from the spinal card, each nerve serves a specific, spinal nerves and their branches, ganglia, enteric plexuses and sensory receptors. A nerve is a bundle of hundreds to thousands of axons plus associated connective tissue and blood vessels that lies out side the brain and spinal card, each nerve serves a specific. For more...
3D Sense Organs Care
   The eye contains more than half sensory receptors in the human body and a large part of the cerebral cortex is devoted to processing visual information.
   The nose contains 10-100 million receptors for the sense of the smell or olfaction, major parts are: nasal cavity, cribriform plate and nasal concha; cells are: receptors, supporting and basal.
    The tongue contains nearly10, 000 taste buds. Taste or gustation is a chemical sense; to be detected by either sense, stimulating molecules must be dissolved.
   The ear is an engineering marvel because is sensory receptors can transduce sound vibrations with amplitude as small as the diameter of an atom of gold (0.3 mm) into electrical signals 1000 times faster than photoreceptors can respond to light and it also contains equilibrium.
   Sensation is the conscious or subconscious awareness of the external or internal stimuli.
Perception is the conscious awareness and the interpretation of meaning of sensation. For more...
3D Lymphatic and Immune Care
   The Lymphatic and Immune System consist of a fluid called lymph, vessels called lymphatic vessels to transport the fluid, a number of structures and organs containing lymphatic tissue and red bone marrow, where stem cells develop into various types of blood cells including lymphocytes which assists in circulating body fluids and helps defend the body against disease-causing agents. The functions : 1. Lymphatic vessels drain excess interstitial fluid from tissue spaces and return it to the blood. 2. Lymphatic vessels transport the lipids and lipid-soluble vitamins absorbed by the gastrointestinal tract to the blood. 3. Lymphocytes, aided by macrophages, recognize foreign cells, microbes, toxins, and cancer cells and responses: a. In cell mediated immune, T cells destroy the intruders (cell-killers) and b. In antibody-mediated immune, B cells differentiate into plasma cells that protect us against disease by producing antibodies and proteins. For more...
3D Lung (Respiratory) Care
   The Respiratory System, structurally the respiratory system consists of two parts 1. The upper respiratory system includes the nose, pharynx (throat) and associated structures. 2. The lower respiratory system includes the larynx (voice box), trachea (wind pipe), bronchi and lungs. Functionally the respiratory system also consists of two parts 1. The conducting portion consists of series of interconnecting cavities and tubes both outside and with in the lungs - the nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, bronchioles and terminal bronchioles - that filter, warm and moisten air and conduct it into the lungs. 2. The respiratory portion consists of tissues with in the lungs where gas exchange occurs - the respiratory bronchioles, alveolar ducts, alveolar sacs and alveoli, the main sites of gas exchange between air and blood. For more...
3D Heart (Cardiovascular) Care
   The cardiovascular system consists of three interrelated components: blood, heart, blood vessels. Blood is a connective tissue composed of a liquid matrix called plasma that dissolves and suspends various cells and cell fragments. Interstitial fluid is the fluid that bathes body cells. Blood transports oxygen from lungs and nutrients from the gastrointestinal tract to body cells through interstitial fluid.  The heart is a pump that circulates the blood through an estimated 100,000 km (60,000 mi) of blood vessels, it beats about 100,000 times every day. Heart pumps 30 times its weight each minute, about 5 lit. to the lungs and the same volume to the  rest of the body, that means it pumps 14,000 lit (3,600 gal) of blood in a day. The heart size 12 cm long X 9 cm wide X 6 cm thick and its mass averages 250 gm in adult females & 300 gm in adult males. The blood vessels are five types:  arteries, arterioles, capillaries, venules and veins. Arteries carry blood away from the heart to other organs. Arterioles are smaller arteries. Capillaries are tiny arterioles entering a tissue. Veins are larger blood vessels that convey blood from the tissues back to the heart. Venules are groups of tiny veins within a tissue. For more...
3D Liver & GIT (Digestive) Care
    The digestive system processes that food broken down into molecules that are small enough to enter body cells. The passage of these smaller molecules through the plasma membranes of cell lining the stomach and intestines and then into the blood and lymph is termed absorption. Two groups of organs compose the digestive system: 1. The Gastrointestinal tract (GIT) or Alimentary canal is continuous tube that extends from the mouth to the anus through the ventral body cavity, which includes mouth, most of the pharynx, esophagus, stomach, small intestine and large intestine. The length of the GI tract from a cadaver is 9 m (30 ft); 2. The Accessory digestive organs are the teeth, tongue, salivary glands, liver, gallbladder and pancreas. For more...
3D Endocrinal Care
   The endocrine system influences, around age twelve, as boys and girls enter puberty; they start to develop striking differences in physical appearance and behavior. Perhaps no other period in life so dramatically shows the impact of the endocrine system in directing development and regulating body functions. In girls, estrogens promote accumulation of adipose tissue in the breasts and hips, sculpting a feminine shape. At the same time, or little later in boys, testosterone begins to help build muscle mass and enlarge the vocal cards, producing a lower-pitched voice. These changes are just a few examples of the powerful influences of endocrine secretions. Less dramatically multitudes of hormones help maintain homeostasis on a daily basis. They regulate the activity of smooth muscle, cardiac muscle and some glands; alter metabolism; spur growth and development; influences reproductive processes; and participate in circadian (daily) rhythms established by the suprachiasmatic nucleus of the hypothalamus. For more...
3D Muscle, Bone & Joint (Musculoskeletal) Care
   The skeletal system constitutes entire framework of bones and their cartilages. A bone is made up of several different tissues working together; bone or osseous tissue, cartilage, dense connective tissue, epithelium, adipose tissue and nervous tissue. For this reason, each individual bone is an organ. Bone tissue is a complex and dynamic living tissue. It continually engages in a process called remodeling- building new bone tissue and breaking down old bone tissue. The system functions are: Support, Protection, Assistance in movement, Mineral homeostasis, Blood cell production and Triglyceride storage. The adult human skeleton consists of 206 named bones are grouped into Axial skeleton (80) and Appendicular skeleton (126).
    The muscular systems functions are: changing chemical energy into mechanical energy for work and movement, muscle tissue stabilize the body's position, regulate organ volume, generate heat, and propel fluids and food matter through various body systems. For more...
3D Kidney (Excretory) Care
   The excretory system consists of two kidneys, two ureters, one urinary bladder and one urethra. After the kidneys filter blood plasma, they return most of the water and solutes to the bloodstream. The remaining water and solutes constitutes urine, which passes through the ureters and is stored in the urinary bladder until it is excreted from the body through the urethra. The kidneys do the major work of the urinary system. Functions of kidneys are: 1. Regulating blood ionic composition: sodium (Na+), potassium (K+), calcium (Ca+2), chloride (Cl-), and phosphate (HPO4-2). 2. Regulating blood pH: The kidneys excrete a variable amount of hydrogen ions (H+) into the urine and conserve bicarbonate ions (HCO3-), which are an important buffer of H+ in the blood. Both of these activities help regulate blood pH. For more...