Take back your power

Dr Biswaroop Roy Chowdhury healed himself of a poor memory and a faulty heart, and now spends his time healing others, and urging them to take back control over their health, says Jamuna Rangachari
When life gives you a lemon, make lemonade, goes the saying. But not everyone is adept at the art of lemonade making. Most people give up mid-squeeze. Not Dr Biswaroop Roy Chowdhury, though. Life has been giving him lemon after lemon ever since he was a little boy, and he’s been keeping the lemonade coming. No wonder his story makes for inspirational reading.
01At four years of age, Biswaroop Roy Chowdhury was operated for a hole in his heart. He recovered from the operation, but was told he could not take part in sports. His weak memory came in the way of his being a good student, though he scraped through to engineering college. As he was neither good at sports nor studies, he hardly had any friends. It was only because of the support of his parents and their diehard faith in his capacity to overcome anything that he continued striving, and not giving up on life.
It was at this stage that he read a
book by Solomon Veniaminovich Shereshevsky, a Russian author, in a library on improving memory. Inspired by the practical techniques in the book, he did what was suggested and could see results in just a week.
He felt inspired to share his discovery with others, for he did not want anyone to suffer as he had. Improving memory then became his passion.
He vowed to create geniuses from average and below average children. In this process, the Dynamic Memory Pvt Ltd was born in Faridabad, Delhi. He was clear he needed to practice what he preached and kept working on himself too. Soon, he achieved something remarkable. He earned the reputation of “Guinness world record holder in memory” by beating Germany’s Michaela Buchvaldova’s world record by recalling 14 randomly selected birth dates with names in the same order in two minutes.
The problem with his heart, however, continued. He tried some mind techniques but that was not enough. Is it not said that avenues open up when when one is ready to learn? Again, books came to his help. He came across The China Study, a book by T Colin Campbell on medical nutrition, and studied it ardently. Soon, he did a doctorate in Medical Nutrition, and a specialisation in The China Study from Cornell University, USA. What’s more, he cured himself through this technique, and his ardent affirmations that he would indeed
get healed.
It was at this stage that Biswaroop became Dr Biswaroop. At around the same time, he came across Dale Carnegie’s book, How to Stop Worrying and Start Living. The book inspired him to go beyond himself and serve others around him. By then he was already a motivational and memory development speaker, but now his focus was on physical healing. Observing the increase of lifestyle diseases, he wanted to use his newfound knowledge to help people cure themselves. He began holding talks and also treating patients. Soon, he began to achieve very good results.
Tilak Raj Virmani, a 51-year-old gentleman from Delhi was diabetic, and the medication affected his digestive system. The allopaths advised that he should switch to insulin injections. Fortunately, he attended Dr Chowdhury’s seminar last year, and consulted him. After just three days of following his advice, he could see concrete results. He is now off any kind of medicine, is extremely
energetic, and recommends Dr Chowdhury to everyone.
“I am so happy that I am able to enjoy a glass of sugar cane juice,” says Yogesh Mittal, 54, an industrialist from Delhi, and formerly a diabetes patient. He has been off all medicines for over a year, has lost 16 kgs, and is now able to eat everything that is natural now. He shared that he had been on 12 tablets a day earlier. When he went for treatment to
Dr Biswaroop Roy Chowdhury, he improved in three days and became completely all right in one-and-a -half months. “Dr Chowdhury has restored wellness in our family,” he says.
His 70-year-old mother is recovering from diabetes, aches and pains, and
his 76-year-old father’s Parkinson’s
has shown improvement through his
diet plan.

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