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MVS 461 Maharishi Self-Pulse Reading    
Measuring the impulses of the body's intelligence and restoring balance in the physiology through the touch of three fingertips
4 Credits

For Credit Students: Registration Date to Be Announced  
For Noncredit Students: Registration is open
Course Content: Topics include:
  • Learning to feel the different principles of intelligence (doshas) in the pulse
  • Daily and seasonal cycles of nature in the pulse
  • The six tastes, diet and digestion
  • Detecting imbalances in the pulse
  • Locating the subdivisions of the doshas
  • Restoring balance if imbalance is detected
MVS 461 Maharishi Self-Pulse Reading    
Adam Delfiner                             
Adam Delfiner learned the Transcendental Meditation program in 1997 and the TM-Sidhi program in 2010.  Since then he has completed the Master’s degree program in Maharishi Vedic Science at Maharishi University of Management and is currently a Ph.D. Candidate in Maharishi Vedic Science also at MUM. For his Ph.D. research Adam is studying the effects of transcending through the Transcendental Meditation technique on Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Adam is a teacher of the Transcendental Meditation program and is currently living in Perth, Australia with his wife Natalie, where they are teaching TM fulltime together.  Adam will be involved in teaching two distance education courses for MUM this semester from Australia: The Science and Technology of Consciousness and Maharishi Self-Pulse Reading.

Paul J. Morehead
Associate Chair • Assistant Professor of Physiology and Health


Dr. Morehead has nearly two decades of experience in developing and teaching courses in Maharishi Ayurveda and Vedic Science. Courses taught by Dr. Morehead include: Ayurvedic Pulse Diagnosis • Yoga Asanas •  Diet, Digestion, and Nutrition. He has been a teacher of the Transcendental Meditation program since 1973.
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