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Health Seminar to foster your wellbeing

Most men and women of Indian origin are either fatalistic or indifferent to health issues. But such callous attitude exposes many of them to dangers of diseases, disorders and discomfort later in life.

Medical practitioners attribute the general apathy to the busy lifestyle followed by them, placing their duties and responsibilities on priority, above that of their family and health.

Such work culture is peculiar to Indians but the increasing incidences of diabetes, high cholesterol, hyper-tension and cardiovascular diseases have compelled doctors to create greater awareness towards their good health and wellbeing.

“They should realise that they can look after their families only if they are healthy and well. Sometimes, there are misconceptions about treatments, especially surgery. They can be reassured that techniques and technology have made it possible to treat several problems with minimum invasiveness,” they said.

Self-generated cure

India’s ancient scriptures, teachings and its Ayurveda emphasise the preventive rather than the curative aspect of health. Health Science in India has, for thousands of years, specified self-control and self-discipline as the ideal ways to achieve good health and long life.

The New Zealand Chapter of the Global Organisation of People of Indian Origin (GOPIO) is organising a Health Seminar with a difference.

The Organisation has invited Dr Kantilal Kanji, an expert in ‘self-generated cure’ to address his members and their guests to attend the Seminar, scheduled to be held at Mission Heights Primary School in Flat Bush (103 Jeffs Road), Manukau at 2 pm on Sunday, August 18, 2013.

GOPIO National President Alkesh Sharma said that Dr Kanji has harnessed minds in many diverse areas and has used hypnosis to help people stop smoking, reduce anxiety, lose weight, increase motivation, boost confidence, and optimise sport performance to achieve their goals.

“Dr Kanji has qualifications across a breadth of disciplines resulting in the ability to understand and practise with a multidisciplinary approach. He holds a Fellowship to the Royal New Zealand College of General Practice, has a Postgraduate Diploma in Medical Science (Occupational Medicine), Certificate in Sports Medicine, Diploma in Hypnotherapy, Diploma in Obstetrics, Bachelor of Medicine & Surgery, and a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry,” he said.

He appealed to readers to down load free Relaxation Imagery Guided Therapy from www.mindpoweractivation.com and practice it a few times.

Further details can be obtained from Alkesh Sharma on 021-922219. Email: Alkesh(at)xtra.co.nz

Photo: 1. Alkesh Sharma 2. Dr Kantilal Kanji

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