Philosophy of Medicine could be defined as a systematic study of physical, mental, social, and spiritual aspects of man’s well-being in relation to health and disease.
Indians seek the quality of Kshama, patience, tolerance, and forbearance to deal with the consequences of physical and psychological wounds. They believe in the concept of Time as a Healer of all Wounds.The healing process and repair mechanisms operate beyond man’s volitional control and so could be described as a Divine Gift, a gift which humans have no ability to invent on their own.
Health like beauty is often a matter of subjective impression. But, while beauty is in the eyes of the beholder, the diagnosis of perfect and positive health is a verdict rendered after a carefully executed medical examination.
“I am Consciousness, therefore I am” is a proposition to explore the nature of human consciousness, the existence of soul and man’s connection to a Conscious entity described as God.
We live in the ‘Age of Stress’. While stress Relaxation techniques have some use, in the Armed Forces, we believe in keeping our men Stress Resistant.
Sound Energy could be used for its biological effects and it can contribute to Stress Reduction and the experience of Stress.
Mrs. Padma Sundarji in 1978 had faced a challenge to her existence and when I first met her, I had recognized that the bloom of Good Health and Vitality could not be seen on her face. In the gardens that we tend, we should let the flowers bloom.
The psychological preparation for war demands that the man should overcome his ‘Fear of Death’ so that he could physically march toward’s his enemy’s position and willingly confront the threat of Death.Indian Tradition views this as an act of severing the pedicle or stalk of a Cucumber to separate it from its attachment to the Vine. Breaking Free from Attachment is the Mantra.
The Indian Army Medical Corps promotes the idea that there should be Freedom from Sickness and that no person should experience any thought that may arouse a sense of sorrow or grief.
Each human being has an unique genome of his own. To understand and know a species, we need to know each individual member of that species.