HOST: Welcome， noble viewers， to Science and Spirituality on Supreme
The Bhagavad Gita is considered one of Hinduism’s
most sacred texts and records the teachings Lord Krishna imparted to
his disciple Arjuna on life， spirituality and the Universe.
the nature of thoughts， Lord Krishna said: 『You are what you think;
hence thought is action， being and becoming; what one thinks， one
becomes. Such is the power of thought.』
On today’s program we are
delighted to share a story of how constructive thinking brought about
tremendous change to one man’s life; a transformation which proves
anything is possible In １９８７， Dr. Ali Danesh，
originally from Iran who settled in New Zealand， met with a serious road
accident that resulted in a major brain injury. He lay in a hospital
unconscious for more than four months.
The damage was so severe
that doctors said he would not be able to walk or talk again and that he
would be blind for life.
Today， Dr. Danesh walks with the help
of a cane and is able to see. What’s more， by sheer willpower， he has
regained the ability to read， write， and speak.
As a beacon of
hope to other patients and all those facing serious challenges in life，
Dr. Danesh is living proof of the miraculous power of uplifting
thoughts， determination and constructive actions.
In this first
of a two-part series， Dr. Danesh shares his remarkable experiences of
self-healing and rehabilitation in his journey towards recovery.