Insight into current imbalances and blockages
Pulse diagnosis allows in a few seconds a deep insight into the inner happenings of the ill person. It reveals the imbalances on a physical, mental and emotional level. It exposes the blockages that lead to deterioration. Classically, pulse reading is at the centre of diagnosis in Ayurvedic therapy.
In today's medicine, only a few know about this art. Even in Ayurvedic training it is hardly taught anymore. Ultimately, it can only be learned in close association with a master of pulse reading over years of practice.
The masters of pulse diagnosis from Eastern medicine can recognise almost all diseases by means of pulse feeling. However, this skill requires many years of experience and the favour of a teacher who can impart this skill. I have found such a teacher in Dr. Naram from Mumbai. After practising daily in his clinic for almost three months, I got an introduction and a first foundation in this art. Since that time, about 10 years ago, I have been visiting this clinic annually to further deepen my knowledge. The pulse diagnosis gives me very important clues for the therapeutic approach.
Dr. Naram 's path to becoming a master of pulse reading
Dr. Naram himself found his master in Skri Baba Ramdaswho, at the age of over 100 years, treated 80 patients daily in perfect health. His sparkling energy, the alertness and love he radiated fascinated Dr Naram and he wanted to be his disciple.
Before Sri Baba Ramdas accepted him as a disciple, 100 days passed, during which Dr. Naram came daily and asked to become his disciple.
Before the Master passed away, he called Dr. Naram to him, gave him the care of all the millennium-old Ayurvedic scriptures, handwritten in Sanskrit on parchment scrolls. And he gave him the Master Scroll to carry on the tradition of the unbroken Siddha Veda lineage. Immediately after this conversation, Sri Baba Ramdas departed this life.