Secrets knowledge of Traditional Vaidya's & Kalari Masters
While Lord Shiva and Devi Parvathy were roaming about in the jungle they saw a tribal man falling from a tree. The fall was very grievous and the man lay unconscious. Lord Shiva continued his journey pretending that he did not see this. Then devi Parvathi entreated him not leave the poor man this way. Shiva said there are two types of vital points in the body, called varmam (deadly point) and adangal. With the stick in his hand Shiva hit the adangal (anti vital) point and the man regain the consciousness and sat up.With the stick in his hand Shiva hit the adangal (anti vital) point and the man regain the consciousness and sat up.
Reaching back to kailas, Parvathy expressed her curiosity to know the basics of this art. Shiva settled down happily and explained this science in detail. Parvathy, in due course pass this learning on to son Lord Muruga. Sage Agasthya got this knowledge from Lord Muruga. From Agasthya this knowledge was passed down to disciples, generation after generation.
To preserve the purity and efficacy and secrecy of this system even while this was written up it was made into two parts - nool (book) and thuravu nool (key book). The science become complete only with these two parts put together. One who know the first part knows only the varmam position and their effects. But the release technique will be in the thuravu nool (key book).
According to Agasthya’s theory there are 108 marma / varmam (vital) points and 51 adangal (anti vital) points in human body. Whereas, in Ayurveda, according to its Acharyas such as Charaka, Sushruta and Vakbhata, the number of marma point is 107; and there is no mention about anti-points. Anti-points are points which an adept practitioner can use to bring back a person to normalcy from a life-threatening situation caused by a grievous hit in a marmam, without recourse to any medication worth the name. The masters have given various definitions to marma ; but the siddhas pointed out that marmas are secret energy points in the body and any impact on it can result in disabilities and even death. This makes clear the vital relation between marma and life.
One become unconscious by an impact on varmam because of the bio-chemical reactions in human body. Our ancestors had done extensive absorption and found out and recorded the various changes in that occur in pants and animels during full moon days, solar eclipse and lunar eclipse. Agasthyar describes in his ‘ amrutha kalai njanam ’ the changes that occur in 15 prana points in the human body during the days from new moon to full moon.
Marmas are life centres : Impacts on marma disturb the natural flow of life force that results in unconsciousness. Such impacts if not corrected, will result in physical disability and even untimely death.
The intention behind is, this being a dangerous knowledge. It should not reach the wrong hands.
Written up it was made into two parts - nool (book) and thuravu nool (key book) and holded by traditional siddha families
Since this is a very dangerous type of application the guru used to teach this only to those disciples who are noble and trust worthy.
Our aim is to foster Varma Kalaiby bringing together the useful things of all these systems with the help of honest Gurus in Deva Vidya
Varma Vidya is also a complete naturalistic healing system to rejuvenate the body by eliminating toxic imbalances to restore resistance and good health in the highly stressful environment of modern times. Our Chief Master is an expert in Varmam treatments. He has a huge collection of palm leaf manuscripts about Varmam therapies. He used to teach this only to those disciples who are noble and trust worthy.
Marma Treatment, the body of knowledge with which Marmani (master healer of marma) treat and heal combat injuries by manipulating these vital points, is based on varma chikilsa (marma therapy) with its roots in the oldest medical practice in the world known as Siddhavaidyam.
APPLIED SIDDHA VARMAM & YOGA SCIENCE : A complete marma training program along with mudra and prana yoga.