Our Philosophy


Internal and External Milieu

We are all part of the environment we live in. We are all connected to the environment more than we realize. The air we breathe in and out, the space we live in and move around in, the water we drink, the food we eat, and the sunlight without which we, as well as this Earth, cannot survive, connect us to the external milieu. Only our mind has the wrong notion of separation. It is the mind that is conditioned to think that way. So, both the external environment and our internal environments need to be in optimal health.

This theory further elucidates how the internal environment needs to be in optimal balance to maintain health.

Feedback Theory of Virus

Our body is kept in balance while we are healthy. When this state of ‘ease’ is disturbed, ‘dis-ease’ occurs. The body and its interior are mainly kept in balance by the immune system and the hormonal system supported by our neuronal, vascular, endolymphatic systems and by various hormones and neurotransmitters.

Similarly, when the balancing of the outer environment is disturbed by pollution etc. it results in ‘disease’ of the environment, showing up as global warming, high tides, hurricanes, activation of volcanoes, and viruses. Virus and bacterial infections and autoimmune disorders causing the various diseases in our body proliferate for the same reason.

On the other hand, when the environment comes back to balance both in the internal environment in our body and in the external environment, these viruses and other environmental disorders subside. So, it is our own actions that cause the problem as well as cure the problem. So, what can we do?

Support your Immune Health

Lifestyle change is needed in all aspects of life to bring back balance to both the external environment and the internal environment. So, Lifestyle change is needed in every aspect of life, such as avoiding pollution in every possible way.

It is now well accepted that the mind and body are one unit, due to the mind-body connections through hormones and neurotransmitters. So, lifestyle change should occur at the physical level as well as the mind level, as needed.

Lifestyle Change: At the Mind Level

Mind burdened with prejudice, jealousy, and anger will tip the balance of the immune system and cause disorders and diseases, both at the physical body and the mind. What is the antidote?
It is very simple.

  1. Being kind with good intentions.
  2. All thinking and actions to be directed to “the right thing to do.”
  3. Removing prejudice in thought and action, by accepting all differences and unchangeable disappointments. Because more prejudice will invite more trouble ahead! “We are all in this together” is more relevant now than ever before!

Lifestyle Change: At the Physical Level

Towards that goal, we need to have a lifestyle with adequate exercise and proper diet. For an optimal diet, we need only 20% in protein, and about 20% in fat, as mostly unsaturated fat with omega-3s ( avoid saturated fat, as much as possible. ) The carbohydrates should amount to a total of approximately 50%, and should be mostly vegetables (15%),fruits (15%), and some grains and dairy (20%)–Dairy may be substituted with almond or soy milk if desired.)

The remaining 10% should consist of condiments, nuts, seeds and Oil (as expeller-pressed oils, such as Olive oil, Sesame oil, and Grape-seed oil. ) Avoid Vegetable oils in cooking. Most importantly, Spices and herbs need to be added in adequate amounts to contribute anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties and to support the Immune health.